The C&C Landfall 38 is a substantial, quality built boat and is "a superb cruising yacht, a yacht that would move, respond, point and handle with ease". Her heavy ballasted shoal draft (4'-11") keel affords her the capability to travel safely offshore or explore the inland creeks and waterways. The sea kindly reputation these boats enjoy is equally matched by their good turn of speed. Inspiration sports wide side decks an uncluttered for deck as well as a dry secure cockpit.
The C&C Landfall 38 has a rich teak interior with privacy for her owners and plenty of room for guests or children. The classic styling inside and out is elegant, timeless and inviting.
The Landfall 38 was first introduced in 1979 and continued in production until 1985.
The principal dimensions are 37’7" LOA, 12’ beam, 5’ draft, and displacement is 16,700 lbs with 6,500 lbs of external lead ballast.
About 180 boats were built over the seven-year production run.
The Landfall 38’s decks are well laid out and uncluttered. Side decks are wide, and rigging shrouds are well inboard to allow easy passage fore and aft.
The cockpit is T-shaped with a large diameter wheel. This is a good arrangement and very comfortable for the skipper.
Construction of the Landfall 38 is typical of other C & C models with composite hull of fiberglass resin and balsa wood core.
C & C has more experience with composite construction than practically any other boat builder, and it is unusual to find any significant structural problems with the hulls of these boats.
The Landfall 38 is just about perfect for a coastal or long term cruiser.
The forward cabin has a 6' 6" V-berth arrangement.
The V-berth cabin is followed by the main saloon with opposing port and starboard settees that convert to single berths when needed.
Further aft along the port side is a very large U-shaped galley with lots of storage and counter space.
On the starboard side is an equally large head with large sink, wet locker and bureau. Although the long-term cruiser will certainly appreciate these features.
Further aft is the owner’s cabin with a good-sized double quarter on the port side and navigation station to starboard.
Although the Landfall 38 is a cruising boat, her heritage is that of a racer/cruiser. That heritage is reflected in her handling and performance, and she is easily balanced and driven at all points of sail.
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