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Re: Is she bluewater? Interesting story to help with these questions.

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Originally Posted by chuck53 View Post
hey I've got a Catalina and I totally agree. More than a few times, newbies come on here, talking about buying some cheap POS boat and they think they can sail around the world in it and then get upset when I and a couple dozen others tell them in a nice way, they are nuts.
The Catalina 34 was not designed to go around the world. It is a coastal cruiser. Call Gerry and ask him about taking a 400+ though and get his repsonse. I did.

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