C&C's track record for producing "good boats" is hard to beat. Almost all of the production yachts that C&C has produced have been aimed at both speed and comfort in an effort to appeal to the club racer-occasional cruiser type C&C designs perhaps the most interesting decks and there are some items of note here. The clean lines of the cabin trunk are unaffected by the slight raised section that extends forward to the mast. This raised portion becomes a boss for mounting winches, incorporates the traveller base and actually increases the headroom below without adding to the visual bulk of the cabin trunk. Note the small hatch over the head and the fact that there are no opening ports. The forward hatch looks a bit small for my taste and I would imagine that it would be easier to carry the number one genoa forward through the main companionway rather than push it through the forward hatch.
The interior of the C&C 32 follows the basic stock boat layout with the exception of the dinette to starboard. While many purists don't appreciate dinettes, they do offer the advantage of allowing seating for four at the table without blocking the access to the forward cabin area and the head. Of course the table can be lowered to convert this area into a double berth. The rest of the interior is normal and you should be able to read the drawing easily.
This C&C is very clean and a MUST SEE!
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