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I'm looking to buy a CS 34', 35' or 36'. Is there anybody who has one for sale or know one for sale. Thanks in advance. MBU745
This one on Sailing Texas caught my eye... not close by, but the price looks good..

Canadian Sailcraft 36, 1979, Roatan, Bay Island, Honduras, $42,500
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I'm looking to buy a CS 34', 35' or 36'. Is there anybody who has one for sale or know one for sale. Thanks in advance. MBU745
Mine is for sale. You can see her here: Farallone Yacht Sales (Alameda, CA)

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These are such wonderful boats and wonderful pictures.

I am really interested in the CS 27, but I have also been bitten by the racing bug as of late. Can anyone comment on what they think of the 27 in club racing? Looking at the PHRF it is mdoerately speedy compared to other 27s with exception to the hotter racers.
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Shawmac,
Welcome to Sailnet. I don't race my CS27 but others may chip in. You may wish to pose your question in the "Racing" or "Buying a Boat" forums. The CS27 pictured above has a PHRF of 198 for Lake Ontario. It moves along quite well and with the deep keel it points better than average also. It is heavily built (overbuilt?) and I'm sure lighter boats would go faster. On a long run from Port Elgin to Tobermory Ontario, we arrived about 30 - 45 min ahead of an Aloha 26, another shoal draft CS27 and a C&C 30. Some sailing and some motorsailing. Clearly my superior sailing skills made all the difference . When you're cruising, it's never a race... unless you are ahead.
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Private buying documents

Hello, can you help me by telling me how a form looks like by buying a 35í sailing boat from a private person, NO via broker. Are there standard forms?
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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
Hi Grant , I just bought a CS33 in August 2008 and am preparing a to do list myself. What kind of things did you have to do right away?
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I am looking at buying a CS 33. Many on the market are shoal draft versions with 4' 6"" draft vs. 5' 9"

My question is...
What is the difference in performance with over a foot less draft?

I live and cruise on the west coast with deep water, there is no apparent advantage in shoal draft where I sail.
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Great to see photos of nice CS boats, we have had our boat now for 1 year and have really been enjoying it.

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