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C27 Boom

There is a Catalina 27 for sale near me at a great price, even for the fact that it has no boom. However, if I can't get a boom at any price, then I just bought a mostly useless lump of fiberglass. I've been scouring the internet for a spar maker, and for parts driect from catalina, but cannot find anything specific, and without measurements I can't get one made. Can anyone ether provide the manufacturer of one, measurements for one, or at the very least an approximate cost of one? Thanks a lot.
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There is a company in Sacramento, California called Catalina Direct. They have parts for Catalina 22s and 25s, I know, but may also have something for the 27, or can perhaps help you locate what you need. Number is 1-800-959-7245.
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Boom measurements

If yu can let me know what measuresments you are looking for specifically I can get them off my 1986 Catalina 27 Tall Rig, or from the manuals.
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http://www.dwyermast.com/
http://www.rigrite.com/Spars/Kenyon_Spars/E-mast.html
http://www.rigrite.com/
http://www.hallspars.com/

Dwyer will probably be your best bet. I just bought a 25' mast from them last summer for a 20 foot sailboat. Cost was about 750 including shipping.

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I have a 1985 Cat 27, the boom is 11 feet
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