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Catalina 22 Pullout Galley

Hello everyone,
I am looking for either a Catalina 22 pullout galley OR the blue prints to build on. I have been to the Catalina direct website and I have yet to be able to find either. ANY SUGGESTIONS OR HELP WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED.
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try the racers in your local fleet of the Catalina 22 National association. it's usually the first thing they throw out.
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Why on earth would you want one of those 500 lb useless POS to waste the limited usefull space blabla bla bla bla. HAHA , the first thing I did when we bought our 22 was to chuck it out. If you are "restoring your 22, I still have my original alcohol 2 burner eyebrow remover, let me know! I'll give you a deal! We used a good barbecue, a 6 gallon water jug with tap, and a laundry basket in the tunnel that the beast used to live. Of course we used the barbecue outside (SD would think we used it inside if I didn't say so).
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So, yeah, most folks with the old-style C22 galley got rid of them, because they weren't too useful and took up a lot of space.

I would think more about trying to duplicate something like the galley on the post-1986 models, which I thought worked real well.

Here's a shot from my old 1988 C22



Sink to port, and 2-burner (non-pressurized/non eyebrow singeing type) alcohol stove to starboard.

I lived on this boat for six months when I first moved to Seattle.

'Twas a bit uncomfortable.

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sent you a pm. i have a copy of the blueprints you are seaking.
Also, one just sold on ebay for $355.00 (us) and for that I'll sell you mine.
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