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See there, everybody thinks that Raised Saloons are a relatively new concept, but obviously its not. Cal was doing it back in the 70's.
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It is quite the opposite. Today there are a lot less true raised Saloons (if we consider boats with less than 45ft) than there were in the 70's and 80's.

What is new is the performance of modern designed raised saloons, like the Southerly, new line of Nauticats, Nordship or Luffe, boats that have sailing performances that are similar to some cruiser racers from that era.

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Guys, this is a long thread with lots of information about boats. To have that information readily available I am going to edit post one and join a list (that will be updated) with all the boats posted on this thread.

I will devide that boat list in the following categories:

Small cruisers (less than 35ft)

Cruisers between 35ft and 50ft

Small performance cruisers (less than 35ft)

Performance cruisers (between 35ft and 50ft)

Sailing boats over 50ft

Decksaloons and pilot house sailing boats

Racers



About the object of this thread I will remember that is:

Interesting sailboats in production and available on the new boat market (only boats with modern designs, meaning that the boats still in production but made with old designs are out).

Modern boat designs and modern one off, if interesting.

This does not mean that I do not find that there are not out there many interesting boats out of production, or older, but this thread is already big with just the new ones

It would be interesting if someone opened a thread about them, but I am not the right member to do that because I don't know much about older boats.

Of course, exceptions will be accepted particularly the ones that relate to the boats or old boats of the members that participate on this thread.

Everybody is welcomed to post on this thread boats that fit the defined criteria to be discussed. But use a site like Photobucket to post the photos to have them available to all (members and no members, logged or not logged).

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It has a very nice interior. I don't like that big pilot house. It was an add on or it was originally in the boat design?

Congratulations, a new boat always deserve congratulations and that one looks really cozy.

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The CAL had a complete re-fit in 1995 Pilot House was added along with an additional 3 ft to the stern. The boat is currently in transport from LA to Cleveland OH and should be here Monday. We will be taking her to Charleston SC to live on in 2012.
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Add sections for multihulls, Small Cruisers, Cruisers between 35-50', and over 50'

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Guys, this is a long thread with lots of information about boats. To have that information readily available I am going to edit post one and join a list (that will be updated) with all the boats posted on this thread.

I will devide that boat list in the following categories:

Small cruisers (less than 35ft)

Cruisers between 35ft and 50ft

Small performance cruisers (less than 35ft)

Performance cruisers (between 35ft and 50ft)

Sailing boats over 50ft

Decksaloons and pilot house sailing boats

Racers



About the object of this thread I will remember that is:

Interesting sailboats in production and available on the new boat market (only boats with modern designs, meaning that the boats still in production but made with old designs are out).

Modern boat designs and modern one off, if interesting.

This does not mean that I do not find that there are not out there many interesting boats out of production, or older, but this thread is already big with just the new ones

It would be interesting if someone opened a thread about them, but I am not the right member to do that because I don't know much about older boats.

Of course, exceptions will be accepted particularly the ones that relate to the boats or old boats of the members that participate on this thread.

Everybody is welcomed to post on this thread boats that fit the defined criteria to be discussed. But use a site like Photobucket to post the photos to have them available to all (members and no members, logged or not logged).

Regards

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I will devide that boat list in the following categories:
Good idea!
One more useful criteria would be Lifting Keel / Swing Keel Boats.
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Add sections for multihulls, Small Cruisers, Cruisers between 35-50', and over 50'
I will add Multihulls. The others are covered. There will not be many boats over 50ft so I would join in that category all sailboats over 50ft with the exception of multihulls.

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Paulo-- I meant that you should have small cruising multihulls <35' and cruising multihulls 35-50' and large multihulls >50'.... not just a single multihull category.

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I will add Multihulls. The others are covered. There will not be many boats over 50ft so I would join in that category all sailboats over 50ft with the exception of multihulls.

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Enjoy the show Paulo. I broke the E350, So409 boty news to the local dealer, same dealer sells Jeanneau and Elan. They knew nothing! LOL.
The seattle show is going on now, I just need to show up and have a ticket to get in, not sure I will have time with my work schedule. I would like to paruse the SO 409 that is here. The E350 will not show up on this side of the pond unless someone orders one.

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It has a very nice interior. I don't like that big pilot house. It was an add on or it was originally in the boat design?

Congratulations, a new boat always deserves congratulations and that one looks really cozy.

Regards

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Sure does Paulo.

Nice interior. That is really lovely isn't it ? Beautiful work.

I'm with Paulo on the add on deckhouse though. I've always had a bit of a soft spot for those old Cals but the addition does nothing for the looks and I'd hate to see how she would behave if anchored in a big wind.

Teddier, I hope she brings you much pleasure.

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