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Sailing hull #11735 on Lake Guntersville, AL since 1998. Great little boat, fun to sail and to get in and out of places larger boats can't. Plan to do some trailor sailing in 2009 after I finish several projects.

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I've got my C22 here in Alabama. It's my 3rd season and I love it.
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By the way Saildork, I bought my boat from a friend of mine up at Lake Guntersville. Beautiful place. I sail number 14855.
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Ahoy Canoeman, I'll look for you on the water. I'm still in the garage and will probably not get much sailing done this winter, but will probably do a good bit of crusing at Guntersville come Spring. Plan to sail in the Guntersville Cup in April.

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Seneca lake new york, Sunshine Daydream is a sweet ride but I have some electrical questions. Any body want to chat about it??
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Seneca lake new york, Sunshine Daydream is a sweet ride but I have some electrical questions. Any body want to chat about it??
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C22 performance, likability

I am seriously considering a new C22. Have never sailed on one but seen the boat and looks great. Any advice for me? Do you like the performance. I live on a good size lake in Texas and am ready to take the plunge for a trailorable keel sloop. The C22 seems to fit the bill. Just looking for things I will probably miss and might deter me. THANKS!!!
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Catalina 22 great little boat

Great little boat, small enough to man handle around the docks and big enough to stay dry in while out on the lake on a "active day". Small enough that initial purchase and maintenance wont break you mentally and financialy. We sail ours on Seneca Lake in New York State and are very happy with it.
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I just bought my 82 C22 a few weeks ago and am just about finished with the repairs. I'm on lake Ray Hubbard in Texas. No name on the boat yet. been out twice and had a great sail both times singlehanded. I still need interior cushions redone and new hatch doors. Sail # 10607.
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Sunshine Daydream here, Our C 22 works perfect on Seneca Lake, NY. Fits in an aluminum lift. Easy to handle around the docks and under sail. Enjoy!! If you need parts Catalina direct is a super company.
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