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It is a beautiful boat, can't wait to get it out. Looks like it will sail beautifully, also. Has to be better than my last boat- a Bayliner Buccaneer 270-ugh!! Especially to windward.
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It is a beautiful boat, can't wait to get it out. Looks like it will sail beautifully, also. Has to be better than my last boat- a Bayliner Buccaneer 270-ugh!! Especially to windward.
That's like going from a Trabant to a 935 Porsche - you are going to be astounded by its performance.
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Re: C&C 30' Half Ton

One for sale up this way too, Not a three bad looking tub
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Re: C&C 30' Half Ton

Same boat, has a little more interior, the pictures give ideas on how to build it in. Thanks!
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