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Mao Ta 36 Cutter

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I'm looking for someone who owns a Mao Ta 36 Cutter. I recently purchased one and am in the process of planning her overhaul. I had been interested in purchasing a Union Polaris 36 for awhile and have looked at quite a few of them. I found a Mao Ta 36 (close to the same deign, different yard) for good deal and bought it. I can find only one other owner of a Mao Ta 36 on the Internet and was hoping to find someone on here that has owned one and could tell me about there experience with it. I've read everything I can find online about the Union Polaris 36's and other off shoot types but I'd like to find someone with personal experience with the Mao Ta version. I cant even find out how many were built. I plan to document everything I learn about the Mao Ta 36 as there is a serious lack of information available. Thanks in advance.
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Re: Mao Ta 36 Cutter

Try this site: Union Polaris since they're the same as that Mao Ta 36.

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Yeah, I've read everything there is to read on the Union Polaris 36's. even talked to Bob Perry. Just looking for specific info on the Mao Ta 36.
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Re: Mao Ta 36 Cutter

It's one of those boats like the CT41, Formosa 41 and the Ta Chiao 41. They're all the same boat, just made by different yards.

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Re: Mao Ta 36 Cutter

Wow..that "Goldenheart" featured in the for sale of Bob Perry site is really beautiful..I didn't know the Union Polaris 36 (or sisterships) was a double-ender...so the Formosa 41 is the same excpet 41-foot LOA as a cutter? Been awhile but the Formosa 41 I was on was not a round-butt. Also finding some posts from another site that Hans Christian 36 is also the same boat mold...maybe it is the same mold...but for the Formosa and other squarer-sterns they made a separate mold..?

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SoulJour, I just meant that the Mao Ta is the same as Union Polaris 36. Tony: It's cool you got to talk to Bob Perry, the designer.

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Re: Mao Ta 36 Cutter

All the boats named thus far I think are IMHO great boats btw..
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