The C&C 44 is a series of Canadian sailboats that were designed by Robert W. Ball and first built in 1985. It's a recreational sailboat that can be used for both cruising and racing, depending on the keel and rig options chosen by the owner.
The boat has a distinctive and attractive design, with a bevelled bow, a flat forebody, ample midship sections and a creased stern. The C&C 44 is also available as the C&C 44 Custom, which is more race-oriented and uses more exotic construction materials. It's a splendid sea boat that is dry, kindly, strong and seaworthy, and can handle a variety of conditions with ease and speed.
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