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Re: CS36 Merlin

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Thanks, BP. If we go look at one of them, we'll have to pay close attention to signs of stress. If you saw that either on the 40 or Merlin, would it be advised as a deal breaker? I wonder if it's a repairable situation, or if it's inevitable to occur?
I've only surveyed three CS40's and none of them had the fractured liner issues that sometimes appear on the Merlins so I don't think I have enough information to really form an opinion on them.

I have surveyed quite a lot of Merlins and I would not walk away from them due solely to the very common liner fractures at the dinette. These can sometimes be caused by poor venting/overfilling of the polyethylene water tank. However if the fractures appear between the hatch cutouts at the dinette and around the mast step, this is cause for caution.
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There is one for sale at the Royal St. Lawrence Yacht Club. Its been well kept.
Not wanting to hijack a post, but I am interested in the CS 34 M , if you could PM me so I can contact the seller, I would be appreciative. I cannot PM you directly I do live in the West Island
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