With over 800 built, the C&C 30 Mk1 is one of Canada's most sucessful racer/cruisers. Production began in 1973 and ceased in 1985 - a 12 year period that represents the the longest production run of any single design version in the history of C&C Yachts
The 30 is described as an all round, user-friendly boat, forgiving, comfortable and easy to handle, with a reputation as one of the stifffest C&C ever built
The boat,s generous beam accomodates a very comfortable cabin with standing head room. Two 6ft. 4in. vee berths up front with storage shelves over either side. Just aft of the V berths is a head and vanity to port and a large hanging locker with shelves to starboard. A large dinette to port and a settee berth to starboard make up the main cabin. This area is separated from the campanionway by the galley which consists of an icebox and counter space to port and a stove and sink to starboard. The teak companionway steps are removable for acess to the engine compartment.
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