C&C 35 Landfall FAQ

C&C Yachts manufactured the 'Landfall' series primarily for the charter industry. But in the C&C sales brochure, it was advertised as the 'Couples Cruiser'. The C&C Landfall 35, was produced from 1981 to 1985 and was manufactured at their Rhode Island plant. From 1971-1975 they also built a 35' Sloop but was designed as a cruiser/racer having a fin keel, small spade rudder and was manufactured in Canada.

The Landfall 35 was built with two distinctly different cabin interior arrangements. The first arrangement was the traditional layout where it had a v-berth, the Head, Port & Starboard (P&S) settees' & a portside quarter berth.

Ours is a 1982 traditional layout.


Hull Type: Fin with rudder on skeg 
Rigging Type: Masthead Sloop
LOA: 34.92 ft / 10.64 m 
LWL: 26.75 ft / 8.15 m
Beam: 10.67 ft / 3.25 m 
S.A. (reported): 517.00 ft2 / 48.03 m2
Draft (max): 4.83 ft / 1.47 m Draft (min):
Displacement: 13,000 lb / 5,897 kg 
Ballast: 5,500 lb / 2,495 kg
S.A./Disp.: 15.01 
Bal./Disp.: 42.31 Disp./Len.: 303.20
Construction: FG Ballast Type: Lead
First Built: 1979 Last Built: 1984
Designer: C&C