C&C 35 Mk I
Location: Kingston Marina, Kingston Ontario.
Currently out of the water, shrunk wrapped and winterized. Ready to sail away in 2018. All new dodger, bimini, main sail cover and covers for winches etc
This C&C is very clean and shows well. The gel coat is in great condition with a great suite of sails for cruising or club racing. An excellent summer cruiser or live aboard.
The owner does not have time to sail with a busy professional career and is anxious to sell. Make us an offer!
Make of Vessel: C&C
Manufacturer: C&C Yachts
Designer: Rob Ball
Hull Description: Blue
Model Year: 1970
Date of Manufacture: 1970
Engine: Re-powered with Volvo Diesel
Builder’s LOA: 34 feet 7 inches
Builder’s Beam: 10 feet 7 inches
Builder’s draught: 5 feet 3 inches
Rig Type: Masthead Sloop
Balance Type: Lead
Builders serial number: RW35-34-70
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