C&C 29
(Mk II)


L.O.A.: 28' 6" (8.69 m)
L.W.L.: 22' 4" (7.42 m)
Beam: 9' 5" (2.87 m)
Draft: 5' 3" (1.60 m)

Displacement: 6700 lbs. (3039 kg.)
Ballast: 2700 lbs. (1225 kg.)
Sail area: 395 sq. ft. (36.70 m²)

Motor: Yanmar 2GM diesel
Headroom: standing
Berths: 5
Rating  (PHRF-LO) : 171

Price range: $39,000 to $44,000

    This C&C 29 which was introduced in the early 1980s should not be confused with the much larger 29 foot model of the 1970s. This boat has an overall length of 28" 6", so it would have to be described as a slightly smallish 29 footer. It was marketed as the successor to the C&C 27 of the 1970s (which was really a 28 footer). While the C&C 29 has a comfortable and attractive interior which includes a quarter berth, it was conceived as a serious club racer that would have a favourable rating under the MORC measurement rule (Midget Ocean Racing Club). It is a good looking 29 footer that comes with a T-shaped cockpit. Most were built with the deep 5' 3" fin keel, but at one time, it was available with a shoal draft keel of 4" 0"

    by Michael McGoldrick.
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