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Arrow Anyone interested in a fiberglass C&C yacht for their wall?

For the sailing fan that has everything, I bring you this circa 1980s C&C Landfall fiberglass scaled reproduction. This unique wall hanging, measuring 28 1/2 inches overall features a 23 1/4 inch mounted fiberglass hull in shades of blue detailed with white stripping on an oiled teak background. This piece was created by a former C&C craftsman and is very likely one of a kind.

A wonderful showpiece that would be equally at home in your office, study, living room or yacht.
With the holidays approaching, consider this beautiful piece for the sailing fan on your list.

Questions?? or to request a higher resolution picture, post here or message me.

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Can you tell me a little more about the C&C? What size does it replicate?
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Can you tell me a little more about the C&C? What size does it replicate?
I believe its a Landfall 35' or 38'. I don't see any other size designations on the piece.
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