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Save that Cal 27!!!!

Hey all,

We recently purchased our first boat. A 1972 CAL27 sloop from another member at the sailing club. The boat, "Slack Mole", has sat unused for the past 5 years. Needless to say she needed lots of TLC, and some new parts. We later learned of her reputation as a VERY fast racer, as all the Cal 27''s of the time.

My point is this. Last night we walked the docks of our sailing club, and noticed a lot of "Pop top" Cals just sitting, rotting away from a lack of use. Many haven''t been boarded in years. These are great boats that are fast, roomy, and great in big water as well as inland waterways. I encourage anyone looking for a potentially low cost boat, to walk the local marinas, and look for one of these boats. They are cheap to repair, and great all around boats.

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Save that Cal 27!!!!

Hello, I have just purchased a good-shape Cal 27 PopTop. I''m new to sailing. What would you recommend for a new CAL 27 owner. Is there anything that stands out that I should look at or purchase to make this boat better? Also, I purchased the boat from a docking in Chula Vista, CA Marina and need to sail it to an Oxnard Marina (EG Anacapa Marina). Any suggestions for the trip?
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Save that Cal 27!!!!

I had a Cal 2-27 bought new in 1977 and still sits on the cradle at the marina out of the water npow for almowst 10 years.. i now have a brand new boat bought last year .. The Cak 2-27 is just a fantastic fun performance cruiser.. Please check sailnet boat check... Cal 2-27 for my review..

Anyway.. if there is anyone with questions about the boat that maybe I can help with, let me know!!

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I jus bought a '72 27-Cal today! and I have a bunch of questions for anyone who has a few minutes time for me.
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You'd probably be best off asking your questions in a new thread, as this one was dead for over SIX years.

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But now it's not dead anymore so why shouldn't he just keep on going with this thread?
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Because posting a new thread that has a subject line that actually indicates what he wants to find out would get more hits and therefore more responses.
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well I hope he does post a new thread because I'm ready to talk about it ....
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