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Old 07-08-2007
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Help! Urgently need Brochure for later 29 MKII

My fathers birthday is coming up quickly and I want to carve a halfmodel of our good old Columbia 29 MKII. Need a rough scan or pdf showing sailplan, deckplan and cross section. I have some side-on photos, but it isn't enough for referance.

Can anyone help?

Thanks,

Doug
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Parts of the brochure are on the Columbia site at Columbia Yacht Owners Association there is also a note about who has the original drawings for the boat. He will make copies for you but I donít know how fast he can get them to you.
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Is this one better?

www.columbia-yachts.com/c29-dia2.jpg

My link in the first post only had the first part of the link and everthing else was missing? Sometimes I don't like computers.
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Thanks a bunch!

The hull is exactly the same as the later model of the MkII, so this will definitely help a lot. The cabin profile is slightly different and there is one fewer window on the later model, but I have plenty of side shots for reference.

Love to find a stern-on cross section drawing or photo.

Much obliged,

Doug
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From the same site...
Justin Thompson, Marine Info & Design

Sept. 14, 1999 Justin recently took possession of John Broughton's collection Columbia factory information. It will take him a little time to get organized and familiar with the depth and breadth of what he has. He has copies of almost all of the manuals (Note: there were no manuals prior to the Bill Tripp designs), original engineering drawings for many of the Columbia models, and other odds and ends of interesting stuff. The manuals are good quality photocopies, but the covers are what were used for the last years at COLUMBIA. In other words, Justin provides essentially "new" manuals.
Justin has been posting listings of materials for each model and I'm trying to add a page for each model listing what he has.
Here are prices for some of the more popular items:
Original Columbia Brochures $10-20 each depending on how big the brochure is, some are just one page others are several. (some boats no extras exist others have plenty. I can make color copy's when the originals run out.)
Owner's Manuals - $35.00 (Note that there were no manuals prior to the Bill Tripp designs)
Full Size drawings - $10-15.00 a copy depending on the size.
Laminating schedule for a specific boat $10.00
There is also a host of information on that is common to multiple boats such as hatches, rub rails, etc, I'd be happy to research and find any drawings etc. on these, most are 18X24 or 8.x11.
The same applies to Coronado stuff as well. Contact Justin for more info.
  • Justin Thompson MarineInfo & Design, Inc. 1500 Niagara Blvd Lewisville, Texas 75077 Email: justin@sailinfo.com 214/291-5903 facsimile
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I found the link...

He certainly has a bunch of brochures!

SailInfo I Boat Brochures and Blueprints Home Page

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Doug

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Justin Thompson, Marine Info & Design

Sept. 14, 1999 Justin recently took possession of John Broughton's collection Columbia factory information. It will take him a little time to get organized and familiar with the depth and breadth of what he has. He has copies of almost all of the manuals (Note: there were no manuals prior to the Bill Tripp designs), original engineering drawings for many of the Columbia models, and other odds and ends of interesting stuff. The manuals are good quality photocopies, but the covers are what were used for the last years at COLUMBIA. In other words, Justin provides essentially "new" manuals.
Justin has been posting listings of materials for each model and I'm trying to add a page for each model listing what he has.
Here are prices for some of the more popular items:
Original Columbia Brochures $10-20 each depending on how big the brochure is, some are just one page others are several. (some boats no extras exist others have plenty. I can make color copy's when the originals run out.)
Owner's Manuals - $35.00 (Note that there were no manuals prior to the Bill Tripp designs)
Full Size drawings - $10-15.00 a copy depending on the size.
Laminating schedule for a specific boat $10.00
There is also a host of information on that is common to multiple boats such as hatches, rub rails, etc, I'd be happy to research and find any drawings etc. on these, most are 18X24 or 8.x11.
The same applies to Coronado stuff as well. Contact Justin for more info.
  • Justin Thompson MarineInfo & Design, Inc. 1500 Niagara Blvd Lewisville, Texas 75077 Email: justin@sailinfo.com 214/291-5903 facsimile
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Halfmodel of Columbia 29 available

I can carve a halfmodel for you of the Columbia 29.

You can find my halfmodels on-line with the help of Google very easily.

The Columbia 29 lines are very close to the Triton and Ariel by Pearson
which are Alberg's typical lines. I have copies of the lines for those
boats as well as many others that are like the Columbia 29 and
woud be as accurate as anyone would want.

I can have a Columbia 29 halfmodel ready in two weeks if that is of interest to you.

100% Satisfaction Guaranteed in writing.

Milton Thrasher
941 966-9172
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