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the cal 40 was liz sail on, Dave and Jaja spent seven years sailing around the world (1988-1995) aboard their 25-foot Cal 25 DIRECTION. here like the other poster side it's the person the sailing not the boats, how much you are welling to face the hardship,
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the cal 40 was liz sail on, Dave and Jaja spent seven years sailing around the world (1988-1995) aboard their 25-foot Cal 25 DIRECTION. here like the other poster side it's the person the sailing not the boats, how much you are welling to face the hardship,
Of course, by the time he got done rebuilding the Cal 25 it was *far* different from a stock Cal 25.
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If you like the Cal 35, take a look at the Cal 33-2. A more modern design with similar room inside. The 35-2 and 33-2 rate similarly (approx 135-138 PHRF) so sailing speed is very close.

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To slap do you know how much work has done on the cal 25, I only seen couple picture of the retro fit but it did not going in to detail how much was done.
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If you like the Cal 35, take a look at the Cal 33-2. A more modern design with similar room inside. The 35-2 and 33-2 rate similarly (approx 135-138 PHRF) so sailing speed is very close.

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I am looking at a cal 35-2 With whom can I discuss the sailing characteristics. Or where is the best web site for this particular cal?
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I suggest that SailNet is a great place to get free advice on any boat. However, you should really start a new thread rather than hijaking an old one.
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