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post #2 of Old 10-28-2009
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For your long term use there are changes that should be made however. These include reducing the size and raising the lower edge of the companionway opening, checking all hardware for backing plates, and making sure the cabinetwork is attached to the boat in a more secure way. The Catalina 30 is not badly designed but is not really built for offshore use.
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