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Question North Coast Yachts

Does anyone have any knowledge about North Coast Yachts?
I believe they were manufacturing sailboats in the late 70's, & early 80's in California.
I'd like to get a better understanding of the build quality.
The boat is a Wylie 34 design.
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There's a Wylie 34 (probably for sale) near you in Squamish... I could give you a contact if you like.

I think this one was built by Schooner Creek boats in Portland Or. Can't help you with North Coast.

They are quick but smallish below (minimal headroom, low furniture) Plenty of berths, though. Midship engine which encroaches on space in main cabin but opens up aft area under cockpit. Not a particularly comfy cruising cockpit with Santana 35-like primary winch stations inboard near the companionway.

Nice tweaky rig but with runners... another job.
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Sure, I'll have a look.
PM me the info please.

During my research, I understand that the Rig does not really require the runners -
belts & braces for Offshore work??
What's your opinion about that?
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Re: North Coast Yachts

Does anyone know if the Wylie 34 has a solid FG hull or if it is cored?
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