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Re: Catalina model specification guide?

Craigslist is better for boats of this vintage... also try sailboatlistings.
Also look at Capri 22s, they have less down below than a Cat 22, but generally sail a bit better (arguably)... Alaska as a location also might draw a premium price on used sailboats just because of location.
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Re: Catalina model specification guide?

I agree on the suggestion of the Capri 22. I raced them a few times this summer and it's a really fun boat. It has a little less cabin space than the Catalina 22 (both are small), but as a day sailor it is great. I like the wide decks and big cockpit of the Capri 22, and it handles nicely and is pretty fast.

For a price comparison a friend has a 70s Catalina 22 that he bought for around $1500 with newly recovered cushions, and a new engine, but requiring new sails and general cleaning. For $5500 I'd expect a C-22 to be in excellent condition with mostly new equipment.
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