is an open 295 lbs daysailer made by the Clark Boat Co. which also produced the San Juan 21.
The boat was built in the early 70s. Over 1,000 hulls were made and the
design appears more oriented toward the racer. With a 5'8" beam and 133 sq.ft. sails
(including a loose-footed mainsail) the
C-Lark promises exitement
which is stabilized by a swinging centerboard drawing 4'9" in fully extended position. As a proper
racer, the sailplan included a
In its day, there probably were not many faster dinghies. In fact, the C-Lark was known
as Don Clark's version of the International 14. Nevertheless, the boat has a roomy
cockpit which will accommodate up to four on a leisurely daysail.