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So what happened with all the C&C/ Tartan issues? I have a C&C that I need some warranty work done on, and am having a bit of a 'delay' getting a response from the factory. Advice?
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You can find some info on it here:

Tartan/C&C/Novis/GRC? Fined by OSHA - Boating, Sailing and Cruising Forum: For Cruisers - BY Cruisers

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Good luck... Ross/Jackett/Novis are doing their damn best to dodge any semblance of responsibility for the warranty problems that Tartan/C&C owners have. Your 15 year warranty isn't worth the paper it is written on if they have their way. Go read this thread on the A-S forum.

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User,

As mentioned above, much of that info you're looking for is no longer available here on Sailnet. The owners of this website got in a legal tussle with the owners of T/C&C, and rather than go to court decided to remove the information from this site. Sorry about that. Hopefully you can find what you need elsewhere.

Also sorry to hear about those warranty difficulties. Is yours an epoxy boat? What kinds of problems are you having? What year is it?


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Well,
Tartan/C&C should have money to support their warrantees if they just purchased Legacy Yachts to add to their line.....
Tartan Yachts Model Downloads - Tartan C&C Yachts Acquires Legacy Yachts
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I have read through that thread.

I am just curious. Have you read the thread recently?
Are you aware of some of the recent developments?

Did you know that in one of the "Isolated Instances" as you called it, that the owner of the boat was awarded a court settlement in an amount of over $330,000.00?

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Moving on, I was looking for some info and possibly advice as to how to proceed when I get no response from the factory.



How to proceed when you get no response from the factory?
Well, I guess you would have to contact an attorney.

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Oh boy - here we go again.


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Once again a "user" comes out of nowhere to defend a crooked company. Of course it doesn't really matter, this entire thread will be deleted by tartans boot lickers soon


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Odd that they can afford to buy Legacy Yachts, but not pay their attorneys, suppliers, and the customer who won a $350,000 settlement against them...
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Tartan/C&C should have money to support their warrantees if they just purchased Legacy Yachts to add to their line.....
Tartan Yachts Model Downloads - Tartan C&C Yachts Acquires Legacy Yachts

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So what happened with all the C&C/ Tartan issues? I have a C&C that I need some warranty work done on, and am having a bit of a 'delay' getting a response from the factory. Advice?
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