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C&C 25 MkII

C&C 25' MKII - Nanaimo Sailboats For Sale - Kijiji Nanaimo Canada.

Here's another ad that I'm hoping to take a look at. A bit higher in price than I'd like to go, but it doesn't look like this one would take too much initial fixing up.

I haven't found all that much so far on the MkIIs, unfortunately. Apparently the MkIs were pretty roomy for their length, which would be nice. I'd like to be able to take a few friends out for weekends, but I doubt I'd be going out for much more in the near future. Again, I'd like to be able to single-hand, and be able to fit the boat on a trailer (although it wouldn't be dry more than once or twice a year, unless for long-term storage if a contract takes me inland for a spell).

Any thoughts? I know there were a few of these boats around, so I'm hoping someone who sailed one for a while can weigh in ...
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Re: C&C 25 MkII

The C&C is considerably more boat than the SJ. Both are good boats - I've never heard anyone say they were sorry they owned either of them.
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Re: C&C 25 MkII

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Ooh, thanks for that jsaronson! That'll keep me busy for a while this weekend
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Re: C&C 25 MkII

jc, that looks great, CnC's have a great rep, I love mine. I really like the location of that stove.
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Re: C&C 25 MkII

I think the C&C25 is fairly closely related to the 24 in many ways. If you want to consider a 24 (with outboard not inbooard) look at mine that is up for sale: C&C 24 For Sale By Owner

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I think the C&C25 is fairly closely related to the 24 in many ways. If you want to consider a 24 (with outboard not inbooard) look at mine that is up for sale: C&C 24 For Sale By Owner

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You boat looks in great shape. You must be proud. Love to see other C&Cs, I am sure you selling this comes with mixed feelings havin owned her for so long. What are you looking to buy? ( Our 35 while not for sail yet is a great coastal cruiser and shes quick and well made like most C&C.s, The 35 MKIII were a fast boat even compared to other similar sized and we do quite well in our club type races against many of the larger Catalina,and Bennes
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Re: C&C 25 MkII

JC... here's a local CL listing.. boat's Canadian in Blaine WA... Might be of interest.

Santana 27 Sailboat sloop

And another, North Van

http://vancouver.en.craigslist.ca/nv...539431481.html

Nothing wrong with a good C&C 24/25, but these may be worth a look too....
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Re: C&C 25 MkII

jc, this one looks pretty decent, I actually looked at it before I bought mine a few years back, think it was up for $10k at that point C&C 25 MKl 1974 - it's near me, I'd be happy to go take a look at it for you and get some more photos etc.
Murph - you interested in selling that lovely colourful gennaker seperately? Drop me a PM.
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jc, this one looks pretty decent, I actually looked at it before I bought mine a few years back, think it was up for $10k at that point C&C 25 MKl 1974 - it's near me, I'd be happy to go take a look at it for you and get some more photos etc.
Murph - you interested in selling that lovely colourful gennaker seperately? Drop me a PM.
I was waiting for "Tangerine Man" to show up. That 24 also looks nice too.
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