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Chris Craft Caribbean 35

I'm considering purchasing a Chris Craft Caribbean 35. Anyone sailed one or have experience with one? I'd love to hear your reviews. Only one posted in earlier threads from 2002.
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CC Caribbean 35

neighbor down the road had one. He lost her in a storm. I'll ask him some good bad and ugly. Where will you be using her?
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Just browsed through Yacht World at a couple, First Thoughts with out any first hand experince;
Good Designer Olin Stevens Can't be bad right?
The Cockpit is a bit odd and does not look comfotable in my opinion.
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storm loss

to clarify this, he left her on anchor during a storm about 4 or 5 years ago. anchor dragged and she hit a bridge and went down. she wasnt insured. he started looking for a sistership.
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caribbean35

Hay Melanie
I have buy a caribbean two year ago
(sorry about my poor english language - maybe you speak franch or italian? If yes please inform me)
It' a merveillous boat, soft in the wave crossing, she get a feeling of solidity and the interiors are confortable.
the boat it's a old lady with 35 years of life, ketch sailed, a little bit undersailed for the poor winds of the Adriatic sea.
If you need same information please mail me , I will be happy to get you the answer I know.
sincerely
Tony
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I know of one that was cruised around the world by 3 ladies, they didn't say anything bad about the boat. It is an older design with a big cockpit, make sure you have big scuppers if you are pooped.
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Chris Smith, founder's son sailed one out of Grosse Pointe Yacht Club in the mid 70's. As if that means anything.
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....there is nice one in Michigan still for sale. All redone and the price is right. I think 30k or less, I would guess they are taking 15k plus in the shorts on this sale. Check out the for sale sights, easy to find.

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