For owners and admirers of all boats built by Cornish Crabbers
Welcome to the Technical Tips pages of the CCC Website.
The Club offers hints tips and suggestions to make owning your Crabber more enjoyable.Having problems with your boat? Need some advice on maintenance, or just looking for ways to improve your little ship?
Disclaimer Owners should be aware that the information and advice contained within these pages has been provided by members of the CCC based on their personal experiences. Whilst every effort is made to ensure that the information is correct, the CCC or its contributors cannot accept any responsibility for the way in which it is used. Anyone undertaking a job should satisfy themselves that they possess the necessary knowledge, experience and expertise to carry out the work safely. If in doubt, please ask or seek professional help before starting work.
Cornish Crabbers LLP wishes to make it clear that it does not endorse information given on this website unless it clearly and specifically states that such advice has come from the company.
If you can’t find what you’re looking for then try asking on the Forum where experienced owners are on hand to provide advice and guidance
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If you have a query for which the Forum does not provide a ready answer for you may like to contact Cornish Crabbers LLP direct at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact them on 01208 862666
Winterising a Crabber - Simon D'Arcy describes winterising his C24 Equinox, this is a good read for any boat owner as the subject is equally valid for any boat, particularly those with an inboard diesel engine