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Thanks Martin I look forward to seeing your photos and progress on your 27!!
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Misty Isle with New Canvas

Here is our 1982 CS33 after a $40,000 refit. There were over 70 projects completed in the winter of 2006-2007 and there are still things to be done. We will see you on Lake Ontario GRant
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Sorry for the dock pic, but it will be awhile in Michigan before I can get an action photo...

Great idea for this forum, by the way. I've been cruising Sailnet for a couple of years, and tried to find information on CS before I bought this boat last summer, but there was not very good representation from CS owners. Just bought Tenacity in August, and am spending the winter upgrading and learning about the boat. Keep up the postings.
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CS34 "Solutions" aka "Rode Trip"

I have to say that the photo of Cupecoy at the start of this thread is a terrific shot. Great looking boat!

Mine is a 1991 CS 34 from Lake St Claire. Now on Long Island Sound in Milford, CT. Have not sailed it much in the last year I've had it but hopefully this year!

Also hoping to rename it "Rode Trip" if I can ever get the painted-on name off.

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Saw this boat last weekend..

Last weekend we were in Florida and went out on the ICW for the afternoon and spotted this CS-36T which happens to be for sale.

I spoke with the owner for a few minutes and moved on but I did not catch his name. He said they had been out cruising and living aboard for many years!

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Glad to see Siboney on the water again. She's been on the hard in Green Cove Springs for the last four or five years.
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Hi,
I have a CS 36T sailing around Georgia Strait and area. Boat name is Far fetch. The CS west group is a good place for tech advice as Ray Wall is a member.

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This is my boat at Smugglers cove

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