Designer / Draughtsman
C&C Design Group,
Year of Design
C&C Yachts Limited
Hull Gilbert Model
C&C 34 C&C's decision to cease production of the 34 cost it dearly in customer relations -- a large (still-active) one-design racing fleet had been established in Toronto, and owners didn't like the thought of their boats being “orphaned” by the builder. But C&C made the right decision. The 34 was by no means a bad boat: it simply wasn't one of C&C's better efforts. It wasn't as aesthetically pleasing as the marketplace had come to expect of C&C: more important, it had low stability, an Achilles' heel it also shared with the 29 (1976) and 36 models. The C&C 36 that followed was a far superior design.
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