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Old 12-12-2012
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Re: HMS Bounty in trouble...

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Originally Posted by rgscpat View Post
This is a "Tall Ship" according to Tall Ships America (sailtraining.org):

Sightsailor, 46' aluminum sloop.
"Sightsailer was designed by Newport-based naval architect Yves-Marie Tanton. His client wanted a boat with a big cockpit that was low to the water, fast and fun to sail. "

http://www.sailtraining.org/images/v...htsailer.8.jpg

(SIGHTSAILER - Tall Ships America: Member Vessel Database)

Question: To qualify for Tall Ships membership, would a Catalina 30 need to be Tall Rig model?
Nah, the Catalina 30, like my own boat, needs 5 more feet of WATERLINE length - then she'd be good to go...

Class C or D, depending on whether or not she has a chute...

Or, whether it's stashed on board, or in the owner's garage at any given moment, presumably...
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