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columbia 26' new to me

I thought instead of makeing a dozen or more threads on diffrent questions i will just ask every thing on this thread. so i got the jib today and the furlling unit. i will unfurl it tomarrow. Winds picked up to 20+ knots today so didn't want to test it out in that.
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I thought instead of makeing a dozen or more threads on diffrent questions i will just ask every thing on this thread. so i got the jib today and the furlling unit. i will unfurl it tomarrow. Winds picked up to 20+ knots today so didn't want to test it out in that.
I believe you have a Coronado there, not a Columbia, although both came from the same manufacturer after about 1970.
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columbia 26' new to me

It might be i will look thatbrand up tomaroow. The title says columbia though
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Re: columbia 26' new to me

I think this is it. The good new is you have a 27 footer, not a 26.
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Re: columbia 26' new to me

there were both a columbia 27 and a coranado 27. the same boat. there was a columbia 26 of that cabin style but the windows on your boat are columbia 27
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there were both a columbia 27 and a coranado 27. the same boat. there was a columbia 26 of that cabin style but the windows on your boat are columbia 27
According to the Columbia web site, that Columbia 27 was only built in Australia - I suspect it was the Coronado 27 built under license and used the better known Columbia name for marketing purposes.
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Re: columbia 26' new to me

Congratulations on finally getting a bigger boat. Pics please of the interior, at your leisure?
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Re: columbia 26' new to me

Huck, congrats on the boat (and the title)! Looking forward to seeing pics of you under sail. Now update your profile before T O M O R R O W...it still says Mistral!
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Re: columbia 26' new to me

I got the roller furler working perfect it needed some wd40 to make it smooth. And i hooked up the manual bildge pump eletric one will go in tomorrow Probally. Also tomorrow i have to scrub the hull good and clean going sailing saturday. with just the genny. i will post pics of inteior soon bin working on it so a little of a mess now. and dam sloop john that looks like my boat the title says coulumbia 26' an it has the columbia plack on the back.
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Re: columbia 26' new to me

Nice looking boat you got there! Keep us posted with pics as you go, this should be interesting.

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