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vestrep 11-22-2000 01:12 PM

Looking for C&C owners
 
I recently purchased a 1989 C&C 37+. I was wondering how to contact other C&C owners. Certainly anyone who also owns a C&C 37+.

majorw 11-27-2000 01:10 PM

Looking for C&C owners
 
Look at candc-list@sailnet.net

vestrep 11-27-2000 05:34 PM

Looking for C&C owners
 
Thank You!

MikeMoss 12-02-2000 04:51 PM

Looking for C&C owners
 
Also try: www.cnc-owners.com or .org

drichards 12-11-2000 02:54 PM

Looking for C&C owners
 
You may also try www.cncphotalbum.com
This is a fabulous site for owners. You will find all kinds of information about C&C''s

drichards 12-11-2000 02:55 PM

Looking for C&C owners
 
Sorry, that should read: www.cncphotoalbum.com

express 12-12-2000 12:00 PM

Looking for C&C owners
 
What part of the country are you in? I know of 2 on lake michigan.

vestrep 12-12-2000 01:47 PM

Looking for C&C owners
 
I sail my boat on the New Jersey coast.

jgoosney 04-22-2007 02:51 PM

C&C Owner
 
Hi

I owned a C&C 30 1979 and sailed and raced it for 12 yrs off Newfoundland

I now have recently purchased a 1972 model C&C 30 and sail off the vancouver BC area.

I have sailed or raced on most of the C&C boats including the 27, 29, 30, 33, 37R, 39 and 36 of which the 36 is the most uncomfortable boat I have been on. Even in light air you always feel like you are falling into the cockpit. All the rest are great boats.

The C&C 30 is big enough for head room and can be trusted in heavy air if properly inspected and tested and smasll enough to allow getting the largest sail from the locker and hanked to the forestay and flying without excessive effort.



Regards
JG

sailingdog 04-22-2007 04:29 PM

JGoosney-

You do realize that the post your replied to is almost seven years old, and that the OP, vestrep, hasn't posted since then. You really should check the date on threads and not revive ones that have died.


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