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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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36T pics

Here are some pics of Three Rivers, 1982 CS3T cutter.
Bought three yrs ago and loving it.
Boat has been across the atlantic twice (PO) sails like a dream!
Can be found cruising E lake ontario in all weather.
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Cs 40

2000 CS 40 "Second Jump"

Currently in Okinawa Japan.
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Needs a little work on the red stripe, but here's my '82 CS27.

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Ska'ana is our first boat. This photo was taken by the previous owner when she was named Game Hen. I hated that name so changed it to something more dignified. Ska'ana is an 88 Merlin and is beautifully kitted out. We've had her for 5 years and due to demands of work (damn it!) haven't managed more than day sails and the occasional weekend jaunt around Lake Ontario. In her previous life she went to the Med and Caribbean from her Toronto base. An Atlantic crossing is too ambitious for this fair weather sailor but our plan is to head south when we both have the time to do it. I'd love to hear from other CS owners and share stories.
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She's beautiful. Excellent choice!

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Ska'ana is our first boat. This photo was taken by the previous owner when she was named Game Hen. I hated that name so changed it to something more dignified. Ska'ana is an 88 Merlin and is beautifully kitted out. We've had her for 5 years and due to demands of work (damn it!) haven't managed more than day sails and the occasional weekend jaunt around Lake Ontario. In her previous life she went to the Med and Caribbean from her Toronto base. An Atlantic crossing is too ambitious for this fair weather sailor but our plan is to head south when we both have the time to do it. I'd love to hear from other CS owners and share stories.
"Game Hen" sounds like "Gay Men". Good decision to change the name of the boat!
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I never really thought of it that way but now that you mention it.....
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here's a pic of our 40 taken this past fall. Sorry for to photo quality. Thats a picture taken w/ my phone of the picture taken from the chopper.
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