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Old 11-16-2012
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Re: C&c 36

Good solid boat. Most are cored Hulls true, but that shouldnt deter you if the thru hulls were bedded properly and you get good moisture readings.. Two of my friendds have them and they like most C&Cs are stiff and well designed boats to windward. Good close angles. They handle well and therefore are considered tender over 15-18, but once you find out how to conrol with sails and reefing they are quite stable.

They are a great combination racer cruiser with a double quarterberth and good sized V. The cabin configuratuon with the U and the table is not in the way of moving forward and aft. The Galley is safe U shaped with centerline sinks also and the Nav station is good sized. C&C Build is good quality. The 36 is very similar to our 35 MKIII,

Negative...Windows leak, and engine acess is tight

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