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Hi Walter, your engine is indeed a 2GM20F. Max RPM is 3600 but only for short bursts, your cruising sweetspot will be 75 to 80% of your max RPM, so figure around 2700 to 2850 RPM.

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I'll start by saying hope you get this. You are right on with the sweet spot. I now have a Kiwi Feathering prop. It has lowered my sweet spot. Are you the wikipedia of C&C 30. Ha Ha Thanks
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Looking for Sails...

Does anyone who owns a C&C 30 or anyone that has have any good sails they want to sell?

Thanks!
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Hi I'm back again I've had 10 sail todate. I've have an asymmetrical spinaker. It came with my C&C mark ll and I have no idea how to rig it or sail with it. Is there some site or someone out there that can help. Thanks
Walter Diamond
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Hi Walter,
I've never flown an asymetrical, best place to post this question is on the cncphotoalbum.com, you'll get many replies. Enjoying your new boat?

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I am looking to purchase a 30 MK II, they are the best mid size on the planet.

Gotta get one soon!
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Cabin Sole Question

Allan, you mentioned that you replaced your cabin sole, back in 2006. I have a C&C 30 MKI, and am wondering how much work it is to take out, loosen up the bench, bulkheads enough to get to the floor parts that need to be removed for a complete R & R? Any advice you can provide will be greatly appreciated.

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Hi Jim, the floor that I replaced was in my old boat, a 29 Mk II. On that boat it was pretty straight foward, I took out all of the pieces and used them as a template to router cut the new ones. After the pieces were cut I flipped them upside down and routered the edges round so that they would fit easily into the fibreglass floor pan.
Are you sure that the floor on your 30 Mk I goes under the bulkheads and benches? I've seen this before on an early 80"s Hunter 34 but I didn't think C&C's were made that way.

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I'm a 10 year 30 MKI owner and lover. Any comparisons between the two models would be a big help as I'm considering an upgrade.
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Hi Rob, the Mk II is an entirely different boat designed in 1988. Here are a few pics of mine and a drawing.
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Thanks Drumroll, want to trade?

Can anyone attest to the pointing ability between full and shoal draft keel?
Also, pointing and sailing abilities between the MK1 and MK2?
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