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did you say C&C 110 for what???????? $340 K please tell me that was a type?

What did you like about the boat? I am looking at one now and too love the boat?

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I am looking at one now and too love the boat?
You might want to do a little Googling on the whole subject before you write your cheque ...
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$340K for a 110 C&C is about $100K WAY too much! Used they go for as little as 100K, new should be $225-250 US.

I like that boat too, a bit better floorplan than the 115, but prefer the 115 sail plan. Not sure I would want a "new" one tho, a 3-5+ yr old 110 would be ok! or a 99 for that matter!

Can anyone give me a how the sunfast 3200 looked? I realize it is NOT a boat for sailnetters in general, but might work for my use. Not sure one is going to get here into the NW with out it being sold first. The J105 for whom ever wrote they prefer it, would not work for my wife, likes a bit more fluff in the cabin, and NOT enough headroom for me! Need something more 109'ish in a J-Boat, or the new 97?!?! that is coming out in the spring, and one that is easily double handed. I do not like the new 36i Jeanneau, did like the older Sunfast 35 or 37 versions. The 32iP is one that would work too.

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according to the rep from swans marine the 110 on display as equipped after conversion to canadian dollars was close to $340k so $270-280ish u.s.
there were quite a few goodies on the boat but not enough in my opinion to explain that price.
me and my father had this dicussion on the way home as he thought the rep was talking out of his ass.
they are definitly not 100k used as this 2004 here is 179k us dollars
Tartan C & C Yachts Of Annapolis (Annapolis, MD)and the guy from swans told me the best deal they had right now was an employee owned 2004 c&c 99 for 150k canadian before taxes.
i would like to know what the base price on this boat is, not that i can afford it or anything.

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C&C 110 - not even at a give away price

I cant believe they (you -know -who) would have the arrogance to ask that kind of money for such a SLOW boat -

Shoot, some poor fool could not even GIVE one away for 80k (US) on Ebay - not even 1 bid!!!

Market is dead.

Being a dead boat does not really help..

PM me for the ebay link

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I wouldn't say they are a slow boat...........have seen them beat very well sailed boats in the Pacific North West area here. The only issue with the boat is its rating, it should be 84 but in some parts of North America it is rated as fast as 69 which is out of whack!

So send me the link.......I might take a bite
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Can anyone give me a how the sunfast 3200 looked?
It was red and white. The front came to a point but at the back it was kind of like someone just sort of chopped it off. It had windows on each side.

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It was red and white. The front came to a point but at the back it was kind of like someone just sort of chopped it off. It had windows on each side.

Always one smart ass in the crowd eh! Altho I probably could have asked the question better. IE any thoughts on the storage compartments in the back bunk area's?

granted the interior for niceties, but that does vary per what one is used too! Looks reasonable from pictures, then again, I have seen other boats where there pics looked good, but in person it sucked!

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I cant believe they (you -know -who) would have the arrogance to ask that kind of money for such a SLOW boat -

Shoot, some poor fool could not even GIVE one away for 80k (US) on Ebay - not even 1 bid!!!

Market is dead.

Being a dead boat does not really help..

PM me for the ebay link

my 2 cents -
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the pricing may be out of whack but i thingk you dont have any clue what your talking about when it comes to the boats performance.
its already been proven that its a fast boat.
also,ebay doesnt hold any weight on evaluating price in the sailboat market.

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I know it is rude to trash ones boat - but the 110 was not a successful boat - period. You could buy a 36.7 and have enough left over to send your kid to private college. Sure they look nice (to some) and women love the interiors. So, sure if you want to do a little racing and finish mid pack with the Mizzus, Great, they are a fine boat for that - But they are pigs in light air.

Bottom line is that they are an overweight,overpriced psuedo-epoxy boat with furniture.


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