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CS 30
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2 1707 Sun October 7, 2007
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Description: CS 30
Keywords: CS 30
 


Author
Fess0286
Junior Member

Registered: March 2004
Review Date: Wed January 5, 2000 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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The CS 30 is a Tony Castro designed racer/cruiser. It is well built, and displays excellent sailing performance.The deep draft version is fast on all points of sail but is exceptionally close winded. While the cockpit is a little tight, it has high combings and is very comfortable. The v-berth is also small, but it is this hull shape along with the large sail area that provide the performance.
I think this boat is the best compromise between comfort and performance in its class.
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Sailormann
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Registered: January 2007
Posts: 2031
Review Date: Sun October 7, 2007 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 10 

 
Pros: Performance, build quality
Cons: V- Berth, built-over water tank

Very responsive and quick 30 foot cruiser. Boats were well-built and are standing the test of time. V-berth is smaller than average, suitable for one adult and one child, or two very intimate, short adults. Head compartment is one-piece fibreglass unit hence easy to clean. Three keels were offered, shoal/wing/fin. No PHRF allowance for wing or shoal. Rudder is hung on skeg. Storage space is good, hanging locker is cedar-lined. Very active owners' association. Original spars were Isomat, currrently supported by Rig-rite. Ballast/Displ ratio over 40% helps balance a larger sail area than competitive boats. Holding their value well on the resale market.
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