C&C Yachts Adds New Dealer

YachtingJournal.com
Tuesday, November 19, 2013

C&C Yachts announced that Karma Yacht Sales (KYS), based in Chicago, will be the newest addition to their growing dealer network. KYS will cover the Western Great Lakes region including the states of Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Missouri and Tennessee. "C&C Yachts chose Karma to represent their boats due to their outstanding success and reputation as a dealer together with their ability to develop and grow One Design classes" said Barry Carroll of C&C Yachts.

C&C garnered much attention in their recent launch of the C&C 30. This race-ready One-Design designed by Mark Mills turned quite a few heads at its introduction during the United States Sailboat Show in Annapolis. Tooling began recently on the boat at the C&C shop in Warren, Rhode Island, with early hulls expected for delivery in Spring 2014.

"The C&C product line complements our existing product offerings" said KYS Co-owners Jack Buoscio and Lou Sandoval. "There has been a need for an agile boat with the flexibility to perform in course racing, yet possessing the power and stability for local distances races such as the Race to Mackinac," said Sandoval.

There are plans for model introduction meetings in January 2014 and at the Strictly Sail Chicago show January 23-26, 2014 at Navy Pier. The first boats will launch in March 2014
 

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