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She is looking good. I like the colors you used.
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What ladder are you using? I need one for my Cal. Transom is newly painted as well.
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I dont know what the ladder is BUT its about 5' long and folds in 1/2 and then folds up to the stern rail

Its real easy to get back onboard with it as i dived the boat to check the bottom before i bought it
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Is she back in the water yet? How is she the sailing? Do you have any more pictures of her?
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All kind of stuff on the blog it worked out well and we had a great first season
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We'll be painting...

Howzit Tommays,
Congrats on your good first season back. I've been over the blog and appreciate your sharing. We picked up our 29 in July and have been sailing a lot since. Winter is here too, and we're going to do some much needed topside painting and was wondering if you know the name, manufacturer or color for the CAL blue topsides. Seems to be a standard on many Cals.Appreciate it.
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You would have to run through there color charts as i can say for sure a paint like interdeck is only made in 5 colors

YJB000
White
YJC089
Cream
YJB923
Squall Blue
YJF684
Grey
YJG009
Sand Beige

All the black stuff i see on the blue (if still gel coat) and white (if still gel coat ) would buff out pretty well
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gel coat

Howzit TM,
Thanks for the leads. The glass roving hairs can be seen through the gel coat. Not exposed, but needing attention soon. Just wanted to match the existing blue. If cannot, we'll get something close. I'll check the squall blue and see if west marine carries it. Mahalo for the reply.
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