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Wahoo!! New Catlina 30 section on Sailnet. Kicking off the first post.

Hello C30 owners!

Maybe a little introduction would help?

I have a C30 on the hard in Pasadena, MD. It's currently undergoing a complete refit.

Here are two pics of the interior...a before and after. I've got a lot of work to do...haha!

Who else is out there with C30's??
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Yeah. I had to...they were stained and I couldn't stand looking at it. That was after one coat. It looks nice but I'm not sure how durable it will be. It's kind of slippery too. I might do another coat with Interdeck to give it a little grip.
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I have a C30, "Sloop Du Jour" 1980, Hull #1866. Sail out of Mandeville Louisiana on Lake Pontchartrain.

Good pics SailingWebGuy. Lots of hard work. What year? what hull #?

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Hey Billy!

Thanks! Mine is a 1976. It's hull #249. I haven't named it yet. I can't really keep the old name either....it was the previous owners last name spelled backwards.
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Glad to see the C30 section is up and running. We sail Island Time, a 95 C30 MK III on Barnegat Bay.

Lots of work on the boat this year. I'll post some pics when I get a chance.

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Thanks! Mine is a 1976. It's hull #249. I haven't named it yet. I can't really keep the old name either....it was the previous owners last name spelled backwards.
Looks like you have your work cut out for you. It saddens me to see how some previous owners mistreat their possessions.

Since you have to change the boat name, was his last name Ssakcaj by any chance?
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Haha! I was definitely calling him that during the week it took me to clean the mold out of the cabin.
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I have a 1984 c30 tr purcased, and sailed late this past summer. "just lucky" is sitting in our driveway, the engine removed to replace gaskets and hoses.
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I have a 1984 c30 tr purcased, and sailed late this past summer. "just lucky" is sitting in our driveway, the engine removed to replace gaskets and hoses.
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In the same boat here Mine is in the driveway as well. Just about to complete a rebuild on the old Atomic 4.
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