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12-07-2009 02:27 PM
hump
Quote:
Originally Posted by ceaser44 View Post
i have raven #7 i bought it in the 80s i bought it to race on the tennessee river 100 mile race it was a fast boat also sailed in lake erie could be for sale phone 567 204 6748
I'd sure like to see some pictures. Email to: humpcampbell@comcast.net
-Doug-
11-25-2009 01:47 PM
anemoneii There used to be a bunch of Ravens in Port Jefferson NY in the 60's, I've sailed them a few times. Sailed in the Raven Nationals in 1983 in Mount Sinai NY
11-25-2009 12:40 PM
hump Check out: CRF Gear Catalog. There are 2 other boats available (California) 260 and 267, also.
11-25-2009 12:28 PM
surfbob9
Ravens

Looking for Raven sailboats for sail. Fiberglass only please. (sorry, no woodworking skills!). Perfer East coast.
11-16-2009 11:50 AM
hump Send pictures for post on ravenclasssailing.org
11-16-2009 01:30 AM
ceaser44
raven #7

i have raven #7 i bought it in the 80s i bought it to race on the tennessee river 100 mile race it was a fast boat also sailed in lake erie could be for sale phone 567 204 6748
07-02-2008 03:20 PM
hump
Raven 225 pictures

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Originally Posted by jimmacfarlane View Post
I have sail # 225 Raven made by Cape Cod Shipbuilding Ltd.

It is 24 fiberglass centre board day sailer. Home port for many years was Buffalo Canoe Club on Lake Erie Canada. Now Port Dalhouse Ont. Lake Ontario
Can Send Pictures Great Boat Fast

Regards

Jim Macfarlane
I'd love to see your pictures. Maybe put some on our site:
ravenclasssailing.org
Please send them to me
07-02-2008 03:15 PM
hump
Raven 221

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Originally Posted by lighthouse51 View Post
Looking for 24 foot Raven centerboard fiberglass sailboat. Does anyone have knowledge of #211? During the early 50''s it was on the Tenn. River. During the late 50''s and the 60''s it was at Mentor Harbor east of Cleveland, Ohio.
As of 1967, the last known owner was:
Ted Nyland
5940 Forest Ridge Rd
North Olmsted, OH 44070
07-02-2008 02:15 AM
hump
Quote:
Originally Posted by LUIGI100 View Post
I Think All The Ravens Were Made By Cape Cod Shipbuilding Co.

Did You Guys Know There Is A Rave Website Now. Some People Out In California Are Putting It Together.
Sure is its

ravenclasssailing.org

Still under construction, but lots of neat stuff out there now.
04-14-2008 10:20 PM
sailingdog Installing a roller furling unit isn't all that hard. Most will recommend you replace the forestay, if it is more than a few years old.
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