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CT41 Master & Commander

Hi all,

I've cruised on our CT41 (William Garden design, Ta Chiao, 1972) since 1976 from Maine to Trinidad. Lived aboard 1993-2002 in Chas. SC, St. Thomas, and Trinidad, and still live aboard June-Nov in Hamburg Cove on the CT River. Currently refitting for more blue water adventures. Many recent projects are depicted on my website (url to follow as soon as my post rate is high enough

Looking forward to hearing from others interested in the CT41, and other topics.

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Re: CT41 Master & Commander

Greetings Daurin,
I just took possession of a 1974 CT 41 and so far love her regardless of the extensive bright-work awaiting me. My transition is from a Catalina 36 which is an entirely different boat. Looking forward to taking "Dawn Treader" on the 2015 HaHa and points beyond. Would be very interested in viewing your CT 41 posts and hearing your perspective on the boat. All tips are appreciated.

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