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Old 09-24-2002
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C&C 34+???

Been looking at C350,C36 and Hunter356 as my next cruising boat. What are the groups thoughts on a C&C 34+, early 90''s vintage?
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C&C 34+???

Sounds like you''re looking at a bunch of station wagons and a sports car. C&C 34''s are nice looking boats that are engineered and put together fairly well. They also sail pretty nicely, including sailing circles around some other boats. What you are looking to do with your boat will make a difference in which one is right for you.
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C&C 34+???

I own a C&C 34 +. I chased the boat all the way from Seattle to Floriday to buy it. Clearly I had made up my mind about it. My reasoning was as follows. Very fast boat with a excellent reputation for quality. The hull is glass and kevlar. That translates to lighter weight while maintaining strength. The interior is family friendly, which means your wife, girl friend or significant other will enjoy spending time on the boat.

The boat holds its resale value very well and the C&C name is still in production under the ownership of Tarten. If you can get the boat at the right price, you will love the way she sails. Good luck
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