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New CT41 Owner

Greetings All CT owners,
I take possession of a 1974 CT41 tomorrow following a transition from my previous boat, a Catalina 36. I'm beginning to see that the two boats are like apples and oranges so am anticipating many learning opportunities as I become acquainted with the new lady. Any tips that fellow CT owners might offer would be greatly appreciated. My short term goal at this time is to prepare her for the 2015 Ha Ha as a jumping off point for the possibility of greater things. As the saying goes "Time will tell". Thanks in advance for your feedback.

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I'm new to sailing; how's your building going?
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Greetings All CT owners,
I take possession of a 1974 CT41 tomorrow following a transition from my previous boat, a Catalina 36. I'm beginning to see that the two boats are like apples and oranges so am anticipating many learning opportunities as I become acquainted with the new lady. Any tips that fellow CT owners might offer would be greatly appreciated. My short term goal at this time is to prepare her for the 2015 Ha Ha as a jumping off point for the possibility of greater things. As the saying goes "Time will tell". Thanks in advance for your feedback.

Michael
Check your chainplates. Now.
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Yes, thrubolt your chainplates thru the hull. It's nearly 3/4in solid glass. We have a 1976 ct 41 center cockpit and the mizzen is bolted thru the hull, main is bolted thru a 8ft glssed in beam up against the hull.
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