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Re: Knowledge on C&C 37+

I have sailed on a number of the 37 + . It can be tender yes, but is stiff and very responsive. I would liken it to our 35 mkIII, in tht it is a racer / cruiser. Good performance and comfortable in cruising mode.

As mentioned before C&C used end grain b
SA core in the correct way to stiffen and strengthen its boats. Properly taken care of these hull have the ADVANTAGE of being cored. Care must be shown with all thru hulls and intrusions into the core. This runs true topside as well as hull.

A good 37+ is a great all around boat.

Dave
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