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Windjammer 34

Does anybody have any information on these boats - or own one?
It sounds like its a "upgraded" Westsail 32....

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windjammer 34

We bought a Windjammer 34 in the Puget Sound area last fall and sailed it this past summer to Seward, Alaska. The previous owner promised to send me "construction drawings" but I haven't heard from him since despite several calls and emails. I know International Offshore Marine(John White) built it in Santa Anna. I also know John White formed a new company,Mediterranean Yachts, a few years later. He recently retired. I tried sending him a letter from an address I found on the web. It came back undeliverable.

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windjammer 34'

It might be another boat from Southern California designed by Morgan Embrogan who also designed and built the Windjammer 21 boats. His designs were also built in France many times over. His son is a world class sandsailer in So. Cal. I think the bigger boat is still in the Los Alimetos (spelling?) Marina in Long Beach, California. Very heavy boat, if it is the same design, without wenches, and it seems that one of the Disney brothers had one built to enter Transpac and it was called Shamrock. I could be confused about this, but I think that the Shamrock was designed by Morgan but I am sure it had no wenches as I was there in Hawaii when it sailed into the Ala Wai Harbour. I hope this might help.
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windjammer 21

Thanks for the reply and your lead. I'll follow it and post the results when I get them.

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janley,
Hi there, I live up in Seward,AK and work down in the harbor. For the last few weeks I've found myself staring more and more at this Windjammer 34'(Tunja?). Anyway I was trying to dig up some reviews and I found this thread. Is this your boat? It's very captivating. I've been saving up for a cruiser and this boat looks super solid. what do you think of her? How does she sail?
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windjammer 34

Ryan,

Yep Thuja in Seward is a Windjammer 34. We will be in Seward this saturday and Labor Day Weekend. We really like it and would be happy to show it to you. If you're interested in the tour, email me at rckjandreau@gmail.com
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