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Catalina 22
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32 13238 Wed February 17, 2010
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100% of reviewers $4,300.00 7.3












Description: Catalina 22
Keywords: Catalina 22
 


Author
Dao

Junior Member

Registered: November 2006
Location: Woodley Island, Ca.
Posts: 17
Review Date: Mon January 15, 2007 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
Pros:
Cons:

My Catalina 22 was my first boat and was very forgiving while I learned how to sail. It has a swing keel which comes in handy when wanting to reach into some of the shallower waters.

There is a ton of internet support, Catalina Direct can have parts to me in two days and the costs to keep the boat in great shape isn't bad.

The interior isn't large but it was more than adequate for my son and I during the weekends. Always have kept it at the local marina so it's always available to jump into and out on the water within 30 minutes.

It has been a fun fun boat!!!

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Alan
Belle France
Newport 30
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maxcontax
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Registered: January 2002
Location: Western Canada
Posts: 139
Review Date: Wed February 17, 2010 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 6 

 
Pros: forgiving under sail, easy to trailer, simple rigging
Cons: slow, corky in a seaway, light build quality

I have had a Mark 2 since new.It performs well as a family sailboat, slightly undersized for cruising (slow & limited space), great daysailer. Its simplicity makes it affordable to own and maintain. Have had it out in 35kts with storm jib and 21 reef, just fine. a 6 hp powers it well. I have it on a very big lake but would not hesitate to do coastal sailing in her.
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