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So... C&C or not to C&C??

On our recent trip to Nova Scotia we spotted this well kept vessel in Sydney Harbour, Cape Breton..

While absolutely a C&C hull (almost certainly a 35MKII) the rest?????


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Re: So... C&C or not to C&C??

Hmmm....Kinda hard to tell from that distance!

Oh now you change the pic!

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Hmmm....Kinda hard to tell from that distance!
Ha ha.... yeah - wrong link at first.. have another look!!

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Ha ha.... yeah - wrong link at first.. have another look!!
Yeah, that is definitely C&C 35 hull. The cabin looks pretty professional. Somebody knew what they were doing!

The cockpit combing looks stock as do the pulpit and pushpit.

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Re: So... C&C or not to C&C??

Hmmmm... someone else may chime in with a better story, but, I'll bite

The added dorade boxes, thus changing the hand rails then modified the windows to bring in more light get rid of those old C&C window frames.

Then again...
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Re: So... C&C or not to C&C??

But if you look at the shape of the cabin top aft it is more squared off where the original was quite curved. forward is also higher and more squared off. In fact it looks like they have widened the cabin quite a bit. There doesn't seem to be much left of the side decks.




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Re: So... C&C or not to C&C??

Rebuilt after a fire or propane explosion?

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Re: So... C&C or not to C&C??

Yes.. definitely more than a simple window treatment ...

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Re: So... C&C or not to C&C??

Nice job, but it hasn't exactly improved her lines!
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Re: So... C&C or not to C&C??

Cabin different as are the winches. We have dorade so that isn't it. Rain catcher forward of the hatch not present. Transom smaller than ours maybe MKIi not an MKIii


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