C&C 32


L.O.A.: 31' 6" (9.60 m)
L.W.L.: 24' 8" (7.516 m)
Beam: 10' 3" (3.124 m)
Draft: (fixed keel) 5' 8" (1.725 m)

Displacement: 9680 lbs. (4391 kg.)
Ballast: 3900 lbs. (1769 kg.)
Sail area: 462 sq. ft. (42.92 m²)
Vertical clearance: 44' 8" (13.61 m)

Motor: Yanmar 2GM diesel
Headroom: standing
Berths: 5 to 6
Rating  (PHRF-LO) : 150

Price range: $50,000 to $56,000

    The C&C 32 captures the essence of the cruiser/club racer of the early 1980s. While this boat may not emerged as a C&C classic, it does epitomize the builder's work at the height of its role and reputation in the Canadian sailboat industry. In many ways, this boat seems like the natural evolution of what C&C had started with its earlier 27 and 30 foots models, only everything is a little larger, and its lines are little more modern looking. Below is the familiar dinette arrangement opposite a full length settee, a layout which it has in common with its earlier predecessors. However, the interior of the 32 also has room for a quarter berth and a permanent chart table/navigation station. Outside is a large T-shaped cockpit, and the nice clean lines of the deck and cabin is what helped earn C&C a reputation for coming up with good looking designs. Although this boat was available with a combination shoal draft/swing keel, the major of the C&C 32s were built with the standard fixed fin keel.

    by Michael McGoldrick.
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