Join Date: Dec 2008
Location: Calgary, AB, Canada
Thanked 56 Times in 53 Posts
Rep Power: 7
Re: 1984 c&c 35-3
I used to use a C&C 35 as an instructional boat.
You mentioned the "smile" and the window leaks.
- the primary winches seem to be at the wrong angle, they could benefit by being titled slightly outward. The sheet seems to bind at the base of the winch.
- the holding tank developed a leak at the top which only became apparent when on a starboard tack which allow a gap to open.
- the cabin top clutches could be a pain as they were hard to open.
It is not as tender as the C&C 29 of that era.
Aside from those great boat. Sailed well in light air. This one had hank-on sails
The strongest winds I had it out in were 35 knots, 3 foot waves. It handled quite well with 2 reefs and reefed down jib, moving at 7 knots.
It has been a while since I sailed it. Other things might come mind. It as my boat of choice n that fleet.
The accommodations will be great for 2.
ISPA Yachtmaster Offshore Instructor Evaluator
Sail Canada Advanced Cruising Instructor
IYT Yachtmaster Coastal Instructor
ASA 201, 203, 204, 205, 206, 214
As I sail, I praise God, and care not. (Luke Foxe)
Last edited by jackdale; 10-11-2012 at 02:09 PM.