The New C&C 30 One Design splashes this week with three leading brands as sponsors
Warren, RI (June 10th, 2014) – C&C Yachts, builder of high performance race boats, announced today their strategic partnership with three performance-orientated bands -Musto, Harken, and New England Ropes – on the launch of the new C&C 30 ONE DESIGN grand-prix racer.
Splashing this week, the C&C 30 high performance race boat offers the thrill and technology of big-boat grand prix sailing in a size that’s fun, easy to sail and affordable. Each partnership brand pairs well with the C&C 30’s pure race boat design of fast, fun, and seaworthy. The partnerships formed will allow for an effective cross-marketing platform that celebrates the pinnacle of performance and innovation.
“We are thrilled and honored that Musto, Harken and New England Ropes are behind our new C&C 30 One Design”, says Sarah Fawle, VP Marketing and Communications for C&C Yachts. “These brands are leaders in the industry and when matched with the C&C Yachts Team and Mark Mills’ design pedigree the new C&C 30 One Design will certainly soar ahead of the game.”
Musto, Harken and New England Ropes are all key equipment suppliers on the C&C 30 racing yacht and will partner with C&C Yachts in the development of a multi-media campaign over the next year that includes video, print, digital and event. Harken’s Jim Andersen comments, “With ‘Purpose-built, high performance and fun’ as the goal of the design and build team of Mark Mills and C&C Yachts, the C&C 30 is sure to be a success”. The partnership platform has been kick-started with a brand new C&C Yachts website featuring each partnership brand on the home page.
C&C Yachtsbrings 21st century design and construction to the inshore and offshore sailing market in both racing and cruising boats. Whether one is looking for a flat out offshore capable race boat like the new C&C 30, a winning racer-cruiser like the C&C Redline 41, or just the fastest and easiest handling high performance cruiser available, C&C Yachts and our team of New England craftsmen can build a boat to meet any sailor’s unique demands. C&C Yachts is proud to be a division of USWatercraft, LLC.
Musto is the leading performance clothing brand specializing in technical sailing as well as sailing inspired lifestyle clothing. Originally founded in 1965, by Olympic Silver Medalist Keith Musto, the company has used its intimate understanding of sport and its technical skills to ensure wearers of all Musto products keep warm, dry and comfortable. Always seeking to push the boundaries of design and technology, Musto is committed to providing technical sailing clothing that guarantees optimum performance in all weather conditions.
Harken, Inc. is the premier manufacturer and distributor of innovative sailboat hardware and accessories. Headquartered in Pewaukee, Wisconsin, Harken manufactures in the USA and Italy. Its network includes distribution in 48 countries, with group offices located in Australia, France, Italy, New Zealand, Poland, Sweden, the United Kingdom, and the United States (Rhode Island, California, and Florida).
ABOUT NEW ENGLAND ROPES
Since 1967, New England Ropes Corporation has manufactured products using the finest first-class fiber, world-class manufacturing, and innovative design and engineering. Driven by excellence and innovation, their products continue to be trusted to perform by numerous customers across a broad array of markets which include Arborist, Climbing and Recreation, Commercial Marine, Entertainment, Equine, Government, Industrial and Utility, Pleasure Marine, and Safety and Rescue. The New England Ropes Corporation is a proud member of the Teufelberger Group.
Don’t forget to keep an eye on the first Mark Mills Design Redline 41, Jackknife, who will be making her debut at the Newport to Bermuda Race. Be sure to catch a glimpse of this beauty at the starting line.
WPRI’s Rhode Show visited USWatercraft last week to promote this year’s Rhode Island Boat Show. Watch this segment to learn how USW is reinvigorating boat the building industry in Rhode Island. President Randy Borges and VP of Marketing and Communications, Sarah Fawle tour the shop and highlight a few of the many sailing and motoring options available from USWatercraft.
The 2014 May issue of Sailing Magazine highlights Mark Mills’ new Redline 41 design. At C&C Yachts, we are always proud when original C&C fans provide accolade for our current designer selection.
Direct from Mark Mills to Bob Perry’s pen:
It’s impossible for me to review a Mark Mills design without a sense of pride. Mark has done very well for himself producing a long string of race-winning designs in Europe. But my connection with Mark is that he was an intern in my office many years ago. I have no idea how or why he ended up in my office, but he was a fun lad to have around, and he really knows sailing. With his current successes, I’m not surprised that Mark designed this newest C&C model, sporting the Redline name with its C&C history. I thought this is a good excuse to give Mark a jingle and have a good gam. We had a thoroughly enjoyable chat about boats and life.
Read the full article here: Sailing Magazine – Perry CC Redline 41
If you have ever been curious about all things taken into consideration when designing and building a race boat, then please read the newest C&C 30 Seahorse article featured in the April 2014 issue. This article discusses rating rules, being competitive in an HPR fleet, and technological details such as sail flow, drag, aero lift, and hydro lift. Let’s not forget being fun, fast, and affordable.
This boat would not exist without Mark Mills’ exquisite design in coordination with KND Sailing Performance’s CFD analysis and the use of North Marine Group’s Virtual Wind Tunnel. Combined with Mills’ own in-house programs, these powerful analytic tools allowed detailed research and analysis of various design paths to develop quickly and efficiently. Read about it here: High Performance… Sensible Price.