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Hello - I am a new Cal 34 Owner and I and looking for fiberglass turtle, info on new rub-rail, and fixing up my oldie but decent 68 Cal 34. Need to locate reference info and chat with Cal owners to hopefully get some good advice . Anyone know a Cal web-site that could help? Thanx capt.willy2@yahoo.com (Monterey )
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Hey Capt. Willy,

I've had my Cal 34 mk iii for three years in Alameda and love it. Here is what I know:

Check out Cal_Boats : Cal Sail List
Rub-rail: Seals Spars and Rigging: Gunnel rubber (rub rail) catalog
You've inspired me to make our own group. Please join and invite other Cal34 owners!
Cal34 : Cal 34 Sailing

In SoCal there is a company that can build the fixed portlight frames from the original design, but I can't seem to find them as of late. If you find them, let me know!

Cheers,
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In SoCal there is a company that can build the fixed portlight frames from the original design, but I can't seem to find them as of late. If you find them, let me know!
Google "Mark Plastics" in the San Diego area.

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