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Any C&C 30 MkII owners out there ???

Interested in your opinions - ideas...
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Sailormann,
I owned a 1976 C&C 30 II for about six years back in the '80s. That is a great boat, we did a lot of racing with her and as long as we got the right end pointed forward, she did quite well. The boat is an absolute pleasure in a big breeze, very stiff. I think the only design changes during its life were raising the boom a foot in 1977 and switching to diesels around 1980. Be sure to get involved with the C&C email group, and feel free to PM with anything specific.

I wouldn't mind having another one some day...
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Thanks for the recommendation. I think we are in the process of buying one and having it refit - waiting for a final quote on the upgrades. Boat seems like it will be ideal, but as the water is still pretty hard here in Toronto, we can't sail it before buying.
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I know its been a while for this thread, but i am buying one this week. Just sold my Sonic 23'. What a buyers market out there!!!!

The one I am looking at has a Yanmar Diesel with less then 30 hours. Harken roller furling, barient self tailing winches and more.

The one thing they did do is raise the boom when they installeed the wheel.

It looks kinda whacked. i realize they upgraded this on the 1977 models.

Maybe Ill drop it down.

Nova Scotia
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C&C 30 mark ll mast length

I am the owner of a 1988 C&C mark ll. I live in Antigonish ns I like my boat very much It has a new mast that is bigger tha the origional. I am attempting to find the length of the origional and the height of the gooseneck. Can anyone help me. I am new on the internet and on dial-up. Walter Diamond
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You could contact Dana Hunter in Tatamagouche. He has worked on a few of them. The other thing to do could be to call Jamie Kernaghan at North Sails in Halifax. He could give you the exact height of the original mainsail measurement. You could then measure yours from the top of the mast down. That would give you an idea on gooseneck placement.

Where do you keep the boat Walter? Cape George?

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You could contact Dana Hunter in Tatamagouche. He has worked on a few of them. The other thing to do could be to call Jamie Kernaghan at North Sails in Halifax. He could give you the exact height of the original mainsail measurement. You could then measure yours from the top of the mast down. That would give you an idea on gooseneck placement.

Where do you keep the boat Walter? Cape George?

Andrew
Thanks Yes I'm walter from Cape George. I'll start by saying I'm a new member to Sailnet and this e-mail thing. So I have no idea if you will ever get this. Please let me know. Maybe I'll run into you at the boat show. I'll be there on Saturday. If not see you at the Cove next summer.
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I keep my C&C 30 In Hubbards NS. I drove up by Cape George this summer and saw a few boats in your cove.
Great spot to sail up your way. We love it down here in St Margarets BaY!!!
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1987 C&c 30 Mkii

Yes, my family had a C&C 30 MKII from the late 80's to the mid 90's. I would be happy to answer any questions you have.
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C and C 30 Mk II

I have a beautiful 1988 C and c Mk II that i have owned for many years.
No better small fast cruiser in the world.
I am selling to buy J-120.
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