|Builder(s)||Clark Boat Company|
Douglass & McLeod
|Boat weight||295 lb (134 kg)|
|Draft||3.50 ft (1.07 m) with centerboard down|
|LOA||14.00 ft (4.27 m)|
|LWL||14.00 ft (4.27 m)|
|Beam||5.70 ft (1.74 m)|
|Rig type||Bermuda rig|
|Sailplan||Fractional rigged sloop|
|Total sail area||133 sq ft (12.4 m2)|
The design was built by the Clark Boat Company in Kent, Washington, United States starting in 1964 and also by Douglass & McLeod. Production ended in 1979. During is 15-year production run 1400 examples of the design were completed.
The C-Lark is a small recreational dinghy, built predominantly of fiberglass. It has a fractional sloop rig, a plumb stem, a vertical transom, a transom-hung rudder controlled by a tiller and a retractable centerboard keel. It displaces 295 lb (134 kg).
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