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CT 48 cutter

I am looking to buy a CT48 cutter, is there anybody out there that has a good knowledge of this type, or that can tell where to get such history or info, anything would be appreciated.
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The CT48 was designed by Bob Perry. He's got a consulting service on yacht design, and I'm sure he'd be happy to answer your questions:

http://www.perryboat.com/page/bio

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I have a CT48 and have "spoken" with Bob P. via email, about the design; he assures me that "Your boat was originally drawn by Bruce Bingham. I altered the rig. That’s all. So, because I did not draw the hull lines I cannot consider myself the designer.

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