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The Landfall 38 is a direct descendent of the old C&C 38', the hull was modified to provide fuller sections forward, a longer, shoal keel, a raked transom (not reverse transom), and longer deck house for increased interior volume. The Landfall is 2000 lbs heavier with a slightly shorter, easy-to-handle rig with Navtec rod rigging set inboard for better sheeting angle, thereby offering a stiff and well-balanced fast cruiser.
These are fantastic boats for coastal cruising. They are very comfortable and stable.
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The best characteristic of the C&C Landfall 38 is her interior layout because it is unique and could be most functional to the right owner.
Forward, there is a private cabin with a good-sized v-berth, good for 1-3 children or 1-2 adults. This cabin includes a bureau to port and a hanging locker to starboard. Along the hull above the v-berth are the typical small shelves.
Aft of the v-berth, there is the main salon with port and starboard settees, and a drop leaf table that seats 4 very comfortably. There is ample storage in cabinets above the backs of the settees, behind sliding doors. Additionally, there is a storage cabinet on the bulkhead separating the v-berth from the main salon. Hand holds run along the entire length of the cabin ceiling, port and starboard, in the main salon.
Aft of these settees, to port is a relatively large U-shaped galley with near-centerline dual sinks aft with storage beneath, cold storage to aft and port, a gimballed range and oven outboard to port, storage in cabinets with sliding doors outboard to port. There is additional storage cabinets above the sinks and additional counter space forward with storage beneath.
Directly across from the galley to starboard is a large head with a separate shower stall. There is storage behind the toilet, below the sink, and above both. Having the galley and the head amidships is ideal for comfortable usage. Having so much space dedicated to the galley and the head maybe ideal for liveaboards.
Aft of the galley and head is the most unique and interesting aspect of the interior layout. This is the captain’s cabin, separated from the galley, head, and main salon by a bulkhead and door. To port is a double quarterberth with nice storage cabinets or shelf outboard along the hull. To starboard is a navigation desk. In between, slightly offset to starboard is the companionway to the cockpit. There are storage drawers to port of the companionway ladder.