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Topic Review (Newest First)
11-27-2002 03:52 AM
CATALINA 350 need input


You are a man of few words.
11-26-2002 01:16 PM
CATALINA 350 need input

11-26-2002 11:07 AM
CATALINA 350 need input

yes they do
11-10-2002 07:17 PM
CATALINA 350 need input

larry levine , denr and windship. Well its nice that you are all the same people and speaking for each other in all your posts. Verbatim and word for word. Do you all get together and do these circle jerks often?
11-10-2002 02:39 PM
CATALINA 350 need input

You could take the one fifty K and buy a Sabre thirty-eight mark one in showroom condition and still have money left over for every conceivable electronic gadget out there.And build quality? THIS is build quality.

11-10-2002 02:31 PM
CATALINA 350 need input

Thank you.

11-10-2002 12:38 PM
CATALINA 350 need input

Just last week I had a chance to get up close and personal with the 350 but did not go into the cabin. I''ve finally figured out the appeal of this boat, it doesn''t need sails! It has so much freeboard; the whole boat is a sail! It truly looks like a Bayliner with a mast. Such a tiny little wheel, the skipper would need a crew member to sit near the rail to tell the helmsman when the head sail is in trim, the person at the wheel could never see the tell tales. This boat may have a lot of desirable features in the cabin but then again, so do many trawlers. She''s not easy on the eyes, a real marina queen.
11-10-2002 09:38 AM
CATALINA 350 need input

Here are more comments if you are still condidreing this boat
10-01-2002 05:20 AM
CATALINA 350 need input

from what we have seen it is a solid boat
09-29-2002 02:58 PM
CATALINA 350 need input

Not even a contest The 350 wins hands down
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