C&C 33

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C&C 33-1
C&C 33-1 sailboat Exodus 3304.jpg
C&C 33-1
Development
Designer C&C Design
Location Canada
Year 1974
No. built 209
Builder(s) C&C Yachts
Boat
Boat weight 9,800 lb (4,445 kg)
Hull
Type Monohull
Construction Fiberglass
LOA 32.87 ft (10.02 m)
LWL 26.42 ft (8.05 m)
Beam 10.51 ft (3.20 m)
Hull draft 5.50 ft (1.68 m)
Engine type Universal Atomic 4 30 hp (22 kW) gasoline engine
Hull appendages
Keel/board type fin keel
Ballast 4,075 lb (1,848 kg)
Rudder(s) internally-mounted spade-type rudder
Rig
General Masthead sloop
I (foretriangle height) 43.00 ft (13.11 m)
J (foretriangle base) 14.00 ft (4.27 m)
P (mainsail luff) 37.25 ft (11.35 m)
E (mainsail foot) 10.75 ft (3.28 m)
Sails
Mainsail area 200.22 sq ft (18.601 m2)
Jib/genoa area 301.00 sq ft (27.964 m2)
Total sail area 501.22 sq ft (46.565 m2)

The C&C 33 is a series of Canadian sailboats, that were designed by C&C Design and first built in 1974.[1][2][3][4][5][6]

The boat designs were built by C&C Yachts in Canada, but are now out of production.[1]

The C&C 33 Mark I is a development of the C&C 3/4 Ton, which was introduced earlier in 1974.[7]

Design[edit]

The C&C 33 series are small recreational keelboats, built predominantly of fiberglass, with wood trim. They have masthead sloop rigs with internally-mounted spade-type rudders.[1][2][3][4][5]

Variants[edit]

C&C 33-1
C&C 33-1 or Mark I
This model was introduced in 1974 and was produced until 1977, with 209 produced. It has a length overall of 32.87 ft (10.0 m), a waterline length of 26.42 ft (8.1 m), displaces 9,800 lb (4,445 kg) and carries 4,075 lb (1,848 kg) of lead ballast. The boat has a draft of 5.50 ft (1.68 m) with the standard keel. The boat is fitted with a Universal Atomic 4 gasoline engine of 30 hp (22 kW). The fuel tank holds 20 U.S. gallons (76 L; 17 imp gal) and the fresh water tank also has a capacity of 20 U.S. gallons (76 L; 17 imp gal). It has a hull speed of 6.89 kn (12.76 km/h).[1][3]
C&C 30E
Built from 1977 until 1982 in Europe, this boat was based upon the Mark I design.[1]
C&C 33-2 or Mark II
Smaller and lighter than the Mark I, this entirely new design was introduced in 1984 and was built until 1988, with 200 completed. It has a length overall of 32.58 ft (9.9 m), a waterline length of 26.17 ft (8.0 m), displaces 9,450 lb (4,286 kg) and carries 3,975 lb (1,803 kg) of lead ballast. The boat has a draft of 6.33 ft (1.93 m) with the standard keel and 6.5 ft (2.0 m) with the optional keel and centreboard in the down position and 4.33 ft (1.32 m) with the centreboard up. The boat is fitted with a Japanese Yanmar 2GM diesel engine of 20 hp (15 kW). The fuel tank holds 18 U.S. gallons (68 L; 15 imp gal) and the fresh water tank has a capacity of 30 U.S. gallons (110 L; 25 imp gal). The centreboard version has a PHRF racing average handicap of 150 with a high of 158 and low of 141. It has a hull speed of 6.85 kn (12.69 km/h).[2][4][5]

See also[edit]

Related development

Similar sailboats

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e Browning, Randy (2017). "C&C 33 sailboat specifications and details". sailboatdata.com. Retrieved 12 May 2017. 
  2. ^ a b c Browning, Randy (2017). "C&C 33-2 sailboat specifications and details". sailboatdata.com. Retrieved 12 May 2017. 
  3. ^ a b c InterVisionSoft LLC (2017). "Sailboat Specifications for C&C 33". Sailing Joy. Retrieved 12 May 2017. 
  4. ^ a b c InterVisionSoft LLC (2017). "Sailboat Specifications for C&C 33-2". Sailing Joy. Retrieved 12 May 2017. 
  5. ^ a b c InterVisionSoft LLC (2017). "Sailboat Specifications for C&C 33 CB". Sailing Joy. Retrieved 12 May 2017. 
  6. ^ Browning, Randy (2017). "C&C Design". sailboatdata.com. Retrieved 12 May 2017. 
  7. ^ Browning, Randy (2017). "C&C 3/4 Ton sailboat specifications and details". sailboatdata.com. Retrieved 12 May 2017. 

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