C&C Yachts Reunion and Conference Videos Online Now

“Our Home and Native Boat” is a story by John Morris in the August 2012 issue of Canadian Yachting and Canadian Yachting West magazines, that talks about the 2012 C&C Yachts Reunion and Conference held in May of this year.

C&C Yachts was certainly Canada’s greatest sailboat brand and huge numbers of C&C’s are still sailing and racing today. The brand is still in production and most significantly, the simply amazing team of people who worked there under the tutelage of George Cuthbertson and George Cassian have gone on to be a highly successful and influential force in boat building and racing today.

In no particular order, the C&C Yachts alumni is a who’s who of recreational and competitive sailboat design. Now, the Canadian Yachting editorial team have posted brief video interviews that you can watch, at no cost, on YouTube.

For your enjoyment and interest, videos are available for; Steve Killing, Rob Turner, Paul Anstey, Michael Vollmer, Mark Ellis, Mark Bruckmann, Jack Synes, George Hazen, Don Green, Don Finkle and Chuck Bentley.

Steve Killing

Rob Turner

Paul Anstey

Michael Vollmer

Mark Ellis

Mark Bruckmann

Jack Synes

George Hazen

Don Green

Don Finkle

Chuck Bentley

Visit www.canadianyachting.ca and click on “Digital Archive” for full access to the current and back issues of Canadian Yachting magazine, Canada’s largest circulation, national boating publication. 

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