~The Meaning Behind the Redline Name
The original C&C Company was reaching the height of their reputation building winning race boats, when they built a prototype of the original Redline 41. This boat was commended for its racing performance and cruising abilities, one of the first of its kind to be able to both cruise and race beautifully. Condor, the very first Redline 41, won overall in the 1972 Southern Ocean Racing Circuit (SORC). Aside from the 41, there was a series of Redline's being built in various sizes. The Redline's were known for being seaworthy, fast, and easy to drive: an intelligent design and a well-built boat.
Today, C& C Yachts recaptures the essence of the original Redline 41: fast, sleek, seaworthy, and performs exquisitely under sail, whether she is racing or cruising.
~About the Boat
The new C&C Redline 41 is a stunning racer / cruiser. Mark Mills designed the 41 to be fast, seaworthy, and safe. The inherent speed shows that she can win races at any level of offshore racing as one has come to expect from a Mills design. The high volume, powerful hull means that the 41 can carry the accommodations and gear associated with a modern performance cruising boat. This option-friendly boat is fully customizable to accommodate the ownerâs type of sailing. Fast and sleek, you can configure the 41 to position it into race mode. The Redline 41 is built with advanced composite construction to ISO Category A standards, a carbon fiber mast, cast iron fin with a lead bulb keel, and a top-notch hardware and rigging package. Below deck, there is a navigation table, settee berths in the main cabin, a double V-berth forward, and an enclosed head and shower. The galley is primed with a gimbaled propane stove with oven, dry goods storage, stainless steel sink, and a large hinged top icebox. The owner of the Redline 41 has various options to customize the boat to be either more racing or more cruising oriented. A few notable options are a teak cockpit, a fixed sprit or a spinnaker pole, roller furling jib, cushion selection, and various AWL Grip colors. Please review our specification sheets to familiarize yourself with the wide-range of options and key features.
Draft: 8 ft. 2 in.
Beam: 12 ft. 1 in.
Hull & Deck
â¢ Vinylester vacuum infused composite sandwich hull and deck construction.
â¢ Foam core laminate with biaxial and uni-directional E-glass fabrics.
â¢ Full compliance with European RCD (CE), including ISO 12217-2 Category A
â¢ Cast iron fin/lead bulb keel 7,232 lbs (3,280 kg). epoxy coated
â¢ White gelcoat hull and deck finish.
â¢ Bonded hull to deck joint with molded toe rail to ORC requirements.
â¢ Structural bulkheads bonded to hull and deck.
â¢ Composite structural IGU forms base for interior structure, engine bed, etc.
â¢ Fabricated anodized aluminium Keel structural frame and mast step.
â¢ Recessed hatch garage. Life raft locker in cockpit
â¢ Anchor Locker
â¢ Propane locker, vented into cockpit.