C&C 110

C&C 110 drawing

Sailboat Specifications


Hull Type:
Fin w/bulb & spade rudder
Rigging Type:
Masthead Sloop
LOA:
36.33 ft / 11.07 m
LWL:
31.50 ft / 9.60 m
S.A. (reported):
706.00 ft2 / 65.59 m2
Beam:
12.00 ft / 3.66 m
Draft (max):
6.50 ft / 1.98 m
Draft (min):
Displacement:
10,900 lb / 4,944 kg
Ballast:
4,200 lb / 1,905 kg
S.A./Disp.:
23.06
Bal./Disp.:
38.53
Disp./Len.:
155.69
Construction:
FG
Ballast Type:
Lead
First Built:
1999
Last Built:
# Built:
27
Builder:
C&C Yachts
Designer:
Tim Jackett
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Auxiliary Power/Water (orig. equip.)

Make:
Model:
Type:
Diesel
HP:
28
Water:
70 gals.
Fuel:
26 gals.

Sailboat Calculations

S.A./Disp.:
23.06
Bal./Disp.:
38.53
Disp./Len.:
155.69
Comfort Ratio:
18.68

Rig and Sail Particulars

I:
51.00 ft / 15.54 m
J:
14.00 ft / 4.27 m
P:
45.00 ft / 13.72 m
E:
15.50 ft / 4.72 m
SPL/TPS:
16.00 ft / 4.88 m
ISP:
S.A. Fore:
357.00 ft2 / 33.17 m2
S.A. Main:
348.75 ft2 / 32.40 m2
S.A. Total (100% Fore + Main Triangles)
705.75 ft2 / 65.57 m2
S.A./Disp. (calc.):
23.05
Est. Forestay Len.:
52.89 ft / 16.12 m

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Notes

Called the 110 EXPRESS when first introduced. Shoal Draft version: Draft=4.83'/1.32m Disp.=11200 lbs. /5080 kgs. Ballast=4500 lbs./2041 kgs. There were actually 4 different keels: Shoal: 4.83'/1.32m Standard: 6.00'/1.83m Deep: 7.25'/2.21m In 2001 a redesigned 'High Performance' keel: (DRAFT 6.50'/1.981m) 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 = 20.0/6.096m') 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 in the hull construction prior to 2002. In 2002 the hull construction was changed to post cured epoxy. Beginning with the 2004 model year the triple spreader aluminum mast with rod rigging was now an option and a carbon fiber mast with wire rigging became the standard mast. Rod rigging was an option on the carbon fiber masts. Despite the C&C 110 now having a slightly lighter carbon fiber mast, the post cured epoxy boats are still 250-500 lbs. heavier than the vinylester hulls with the aluminum triple spreader mast. Thanks to Ted Drossos for providing corrections and additional information.



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