C and C Yachts C - Racing Sailboat
New 2014 C and C Yachts - Racing Sailboat
2011 C and C Yachts C DescriptionBe surprised. Very pleasantly surprised. So you think you need a 40-footer to be happy? You may think differently after you step aboard the 36-foot C&C 110, a two-cabin racer/cruiser that has the speed to start a buzz back at the yacht club and the below-deck amenities to please your family or cruising spouse. The racing speed comes from the finely-tuned C&C design recipe. The cruising interior comes from the inventive use of angled bulkheads and double-duty functionality that makes the most of cabin space. The C&C 110 has not only a tall masthead rig for plenty of horsepower, but keel configurations with a markedly low center of gravity (the 6-foot, 6-inch Performance Bulb or 4-foot, 10-inch Shoal Draft, your choice) that bring the vertical center of gravity right down to the designed waterline for extraordinary stability and sail-carrying ability.
- Length Over All: 36 Feet and 4 inches.
- Draft: 6 Feet and 6 inches.
- Beam: 12 Feet
- Disaplacement: 10900
- Fuel Tank Capacity: 26
- Water Tank Capacity: 70
- Berths: 6
2011 C and C Yachts C Standard Features
Hull construction is a vacuum infused BPA epoxy, unidirectional “E” glass, and synthetic cored laminate locally reinforced with carbon fiber.
The incredible adhesion properties of BPA epoxy allows the structural laminate to be comprised primarily of uni-directional fibers instead of chopped strand mat. Chopped strand mat is the cheapest, heaviest, and weakest component and dominates conventional polyester hull construction
Pound-for-pound an infused BPA epoxy resin laminate is far stronger than any polyester resin laminate
Hull cosmetics are also enhanced by the extremely low shrinkage of epoxy resin vs. polyester resin and the reduction in overall resin content thus eliminating or reducing post-cure hull distortions found in conventional polyester laminates
The vacuum infusion process and strict resin control produces a hull laminate with 65% glass reinforcement content. The industry norm for polyester resin hull laminates is 25% glass content. Our laminating process produces astronger yet lighter hull
Synthetic foam coring is used for maximum impact resistance, stiffness, strength, and light weight. The cored hull also offers superior hull insulating properties, both thermal and acoustical
The laminate in the keel area is reinforced with multiple plies of high-tensile carbon-fiber unidirectional reinforcements
Premium grade gelcoat provides superior gloss, fade resistance, and resistance to surface crazing
Interior is completely painted out for enhanced cosmetics and to seal interior laminate surfaces
Hull is backed by industry-leading, non-prorated, transferable 15-year no blister, hull structure warranty
Deck is a balanced composite laminate utilizing BPSA epoxy resin, unidirectional “E”-glass reinforcement, and high strength/stiffness Baltek premium sealed balsa coring
Our custom resin infusion process creates the best resin to glass reinforcement ratio possible resulting in the stiffest, lightest, strongest deck in production boatbuilding
The deck is locally reinforced at high load areas with additional plies of bidirectional “E”-glass reinforcement
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