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C&C 110
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Hull Type:  Fin w/bulb & spade rudder Rig Type:  Masthead Sloop
LOA:  36.33' / 11.07m LWL:  31.50' / 9.60m
Beam:  12.00' / 3.66m Listed SA:  706 ft2 / 65.59 m2
Draft (max.)  6.50' / 1.98m Draft (min.)  
Displacement:  10900 lbs./ 4944 kgs. Ballast:  4200 lbs. / 1905 kgs.
Sail Area/Disp.1:  23.06 Bal./Disp.:  38.53% Disp./Len.:  155.69
Designer:  Tim Jackett
Builder:  C&C Yachts
Construction:  FG Bal. type:  Lead
First Built:  1999 Last Built:   # Built:  
TANKS
Water:  70 gals. / 265 ltrs. Fuel:  26 gals. / 98 ltrs.
RIG AND SAIL PARTICULARS  KEY
I(IG):  51.00' / 15.54m J:  14.00' / 4.27m
P:  45.00' / 13.72m E:  15.50' / 4.72m
PY:   EY:  
ISP:   SPL/TPS:  16' / 4.88m
SA(Fore.):  357.00 ft2 / 33.17 m2 SA(Main):  348.75 ft2 / 32.40 m2
Sail Area (100% fore+main triangles):   705.75 ft2 / 65.56 m2
Sail Area/Disp.2:  23.05 Est. Forestay Length.:  52.89' / 16.12m
BUILDERS (past & present)
More about & boats built by:   C&C Yachts
DESIGNER
More about & boats designed by:   Tim Jackett
NOTES
Called the 110 EXPRESS when first introduced.
Shoal Draft version: Draft=4.83' disp.=11200 lbs. Ballast=4500 lbs.
There were actually 4 different keels:
Shoal: 4.83'
Standard: 6.00'
Deep: 7.25'
In 2001 a redesigned 'High Performance' keel: (DRAFT 6.50') became standard and the deep keel option was dropped.
Additional notes:
The standard rig was a triple spreader Offshore Spars rig with rod rigging.
A 5 foot sprit was an option. (SPL = 20.0')
The standard rig was changed to a double spreader Selden rig with wire rigging but the triple spreader rig was still an option.
Vinylester resins were used on the first boats. In 2002, the hull construction was changed to post cure epoxy bringing the boats closer to the design weight. The section of the rudder was also changed (profile remained the same) to give better heavy air control.
Carbon rigs became standard in 2004.
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