C and C Yachts C - Racing Sailboat
New 2014 C and C Yachts - Racing Sailboat
2011 C and C Yachts C DescriptionLong and lean with great sail carrying ability, the C&C 131 promises exhilarating performance coupled with heart pounding good looks. Her stability and impressive performance numbers are made possible by C&C's advanced construction technology. A sail area to displacement ratio of 26.3 in this production racer/cruiser is compliments of C&C's infused composite hull construction, resin infused composite deck, carbon fiber mast and boom, rod standing rigging and carbon fiber rudder and post. Stability is optimized by a firm hull form and a low slung lead bulb on a high aspect ratio cast fin. To allow entrance into shallower harbors, a retracting fin of identical shape and weight as the fixed fin is also available. She is powered by a tall carbon fiber, double spreader rig and ultra light PBO rigging. We believe good aesthetics are an important element to any yacht design. The 131 will use her C&C design heritage to make a bold entrance into any harbor.
- Length Over All: 42 Feet and 9 inches.
- Draft: 8 Feet and 6 inches.
- Beam: 12 Feet and 9 inches.
- Disaplacement: 16975
- Fuel Tank Capacity: 40
- Water Tank Capacity: 90
2011 C and C Yachts C Standard Features
Hull is a vacuum infused epoxy, uni-directional “E” glass and synthetic core laminate, locally reinforced with carbon fiber
The adhesive properties of 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 fiber reinforcement that dominates conventional polyester laminates
Pound for pound an infused epoxy resin laminate is far stronger than any polyester laminate
Hull cosmetics are enhanced by the low shrinkage of epoxy resin vs. polyester resin (1% vs 7%) and the reduction of overall resin content through the infusion process, thus reducing or eliminating 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. Vacuum infusion produces a stronger yet lighter hull
Synthetic foam coring is used for maximum impact resistance, stiffness, strength and light weight. Cored hulls also offer superior thermal and acoustic insulating properties increasing comfort below deck
High stress areas such as the keel, chainplates and centerline are locally reinforced with high-tensile strength carbon fiber
Premium grade gelcoat provides superior gloss, fade resistance and resistance to surface crazing
Interior hull shell is painted out for enhanced cosmetics and to seal interior laminate surfaces against water intrusion
Hull is backed by industry-leading, non-prorated 15 year no blister/hull structural warranty
Warranty is conditionally transferable by first owner
Deck laminate is a balanced composite laminate utilizing Phenol B epoxy resin, uni-directional “E” glass reinforcements and high strength/stiffness premium sealed balsa coring
Our custom resin infusion process creates the best resin to glass reinforcement ration possible resulting in the stiffest, lightest, strongest deck in production boat building
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