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Old 07-21-2011
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You are correct that there are not a lot of sailboats to be found in the middle part of the country. A lot of them are close to being past there point of usefulness without a lot of work being done. On the other hand there is not a big market to sell into either. Don't get overanxious in trying to buy one. A nice one will come up with no problems, then you can wait the guy out and throw in a low ball price and have the boat you want. But you do have to have patience. Which I understand is a hard thing to do in the middle of summer that you know will be over before you know it.
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Originally Posted by ronjh28 View Post
I own a Catalina 25 1979, It is really a great boat. We had spent 3 days sleeping and sailing and had a great time. It is a little cramped when sleeping with 4 people but well worth it. My boat has the pop top but i dont use it that often. I had a Catalina 22, the 25 is much more boat.
Ronjh My Catalina is also a 79; sail number 1478. She sails Lake St Clair in Michigan. Itís a standard rig with a swing keel. And yes there a very fine boat.
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