Boat Reviews

C&C 33

C&C 33

While not strictly pure racer or pure cruiser, the C&C 33 is a good choice as an all-around boat.

C&Cs have been known for good-looking moderate designs, a tradition started by the original partners and the company's chief designer Rob Ball. Some models--like the early Corvettes and C&C 35s--have become classics of production sailboats, and (except for the Mega, a one-design 30-footer of the late 70s) it's hard to think of any C&C which has been extreme or unattractive to the eye.

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