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Re: C&C 25 MkII

The one I linked to is a 25 The main difference between the 24 and 25 (other than about 2 inches of waterline) is that the 25 has separate head rather than having it under the v-berth. This is at the expense of a bit of cabin space, especially in the galley area.
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Re: C&C 25 MkII

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The one I linked to is a 25 The main difference between the 24 and 25 (other than about 2 inches of waterline) is that the 25 has separate head rather than having it under the v-berth. This is at the expense of a bit of cabin space, especially in the galley area.
And almost 1/2 ton of disp., 900 Lbs of ballast and 50' of sail.

The 25 is quite a bit more boat.
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Re: C&C 25 MkII

I think the difference on paper is a lot bigger than on the water though, they are almost indistinguishable once you're out sailing.
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Re: C&C 25 MkII

Hmmm, it looks to me like it would be a lot harder to shift the C&C overland, is that fair to say? However, it also looks like it would be a much better boat to run up the outside with, once I get to that stage of sailing. Are there any major differences in build quality between C&C and San Juan?

As long as it's predictable and I can work with it I'm not too concerned about getting 'a lot more boat'. If they're too squirrely I'd definitely start to get nervous.
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Re: C&C 25 MkII

Neither the SJ or the C&C is going to be a walk in the park to shift overland. Personally I'd either get a trailer sailor, or drop the idea of using a normal boat as one (for the time being), it's not like there isn't a shed-load to explore on this side and finding places you can launch a 4ft draught boat is tough.
You could look at something like the older McGregors (26s), they sail much better than the new ones (m/x), or perhaps something a little smaller such as the Hunter22 which is more trailerable. There's one for sail up your way, I'm sure you've seen the ads.
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