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Re: C&C 25 MkII

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Originally Posted by captainmurph View Post
I think the C&C25 is fairly closely related to the 24 in many ways. If you want to consider a 24 (with outboard not inbooard) look at mine that is up for sale: C&C 24 For Sale By Owner

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You boat looks in great shape. You must be proud. Love to see other C&Cs, I am sure you selling this comes with mixed feelings havin owned her for so long. What are you looking to buy? ( Our 35 while not for sail yet is a great coastal cruiser and shes quick and well made like most C&C.s, The 35 MKIII were a fast boat even compared to other similar sized and we do quite well in our club type races against many of the larger Catalina,and Bennes
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