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Mason 33 cutter rig?

I know there are Mason P.A.E. boats with a cutter rig. Does anyone know if any of the 33' Masons were built as cutters. I haven't found any for sale.
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Re: Mason 33 cutter rig?

CARINA has an inner forestay, though I'm not sure whether she was built that way, or modified by an owner...



I've always thought the Mason 33 was one of the most beautiful boats in that size range, and certainly has the look of a very sweet-sailing boat... The owners of CARINA have certainly gotten around, and appear to love their boat...

SV Carina - Philip & Leslie's Home Page

Like any boat, however, one has to be aware of her potential 'issues'... This chainplate arrangement should certainly warrant a very thorough inspection...


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