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You've probably mentioned this elsewhere, but what length is she?
P,

Giulietta is 42' LWL, 42.3' total hull lenght, (excluding the Anchor because here we don't measure with anchor or ladders), and 14.6' Beam.

The stainless stell anchor roller and its fixing platform are removable, and replaceable with an aluminium piece that has a carbon fiber Assimetrical Spy Pole, and goes in its place.

Under certain handicap rules this pole is measured. The reason why its removable is so I can go crusing with both Giuliettas, and can also race without all that useless weight in front. Looks ugly with it. I removed it this week, because we are getting near the start of our racing season, this year ORC rules.



English corrections by Cam!!Thanks

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Beautiful boat, thanks for sharing!
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Nice Giu,

Now, if you will just paint, "Catalina" on the side of it, it will really appreciate!

HAHA!

- CD

PS Hope you had a nice holiday.
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Nice Giu,

Now, if you will just paint, "Catalina" on the side of it, it will really appreciate!

HAHA!

- CD

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CD can't do that!!! Sorry...

Giulietta is so fast that those letters would keep falling off!!!

We had a wonderfull holiday, sailed almost everyday. The weather has been OK.
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Thanks for posting the photos. Now I understand why you're so proud of the boat. She's a beauty!
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Hey Giu,

I noticed you have two black hand-screws holding the pulpit on. Would you mind giving me the dimensions? I want to see if they will fit. And by the way, which slip are you in again?

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CD, they are M8 screws and are not holding the pulpit, they are holding the removable anchor roller.

My slip is M19, in Cascais, Portugal, now just one question are you thinking about stealing my screws?? if so, you have a lot of sailing to do before you get here!! Off course you could fly, since you own a catalina!!
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Giu,

I am starting an international, marine pawn shop.

I currently have 2 old sails I found left on a boat in Lake Texoma. One is a 120 stuffed in a 100 bag, the other I am not sure about. How about we trade for your anchor roller? The sails might not mean much to you, but I bet if you call Cardiac Paul, he will give you a pretty dollar for them.
If CP acuses you of stealing, just tell him some Cuban lady sold them to you for $5.

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PS Best not to do this trasaction in person.
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What an effing ripper. (That's Australian for niiiiiiiice !!) Must go like a rocket (or at least a hot Renault ! hee hee, sorry, couldn't resist). Fitout is most impressive. You've drawn a nice line between racer and cruiser, teak decks a nice touch and the cherry wood interior lightens her up compared to teak or mahogany but still has plenty of character. The smell of the interior when first complete must have been sublime. Love to come for a sail when I next make it over your way. 21 knots eh ? Jaysus wept ! Managed to drag 11 knots out of Raven on the way back to Sydney last week but she ain't ever gunna see much more than that. Love those steering pedestals and wheels, very groovy I must say.
(Work time, I'm afraid, get back to you later.)
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