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|04-11-2011 12:20 AM|
|urbanhermit||thanks. that would be a spray on product?|
|04-10-2011 11:36 PM|
|Faster||McLube is usually suggested.....|
|04-10-2011 10:46 PM|
|urbanhermit||I purchased the boat, we are very happy. One question though, the main sail is a little "sticky" when hoisting. Is dry lubing the track on the mast something that is recommended?|
|01-16-2011 11:36 PM|
|urbanhermit||the interior. Seems all the surveyers fly south in this area as well.haha.|
|01-16-2011 11:32 PM|
There's bound to be a chance of some bushing wear after all these years, but that's not fatal. I wouldn't worry too much about it unless a survey turns up a structural issue with the blade or the stock itself.
Are you nearby? I may know this boat......
|01-16-2011 11:23 PM|
|urbanhermit||is the rudder control through the hull more prone to have problems then a transom mounted rudder? seems to to fill up the cockpit a bit more than a transom mount for sure.|
|01-16-2011 10:37 PM|
These boats are essentially scaled-down Cal25s - we haven't owned one but I know of one that was owned by some acquaintances.. it seemed to serve them well. As ever, with boats of that vintage do a real good inspection and a proper survey if the initial inspection doesn't show up anything fatal.
They won't be lightning quick but today's standards, but for gunkholing around the Gulf Islands as a starter it would be fine, if a bit cramped and essentially 'camping cruising'.
|01-16-2011 09:14 PM|
Mid 70's Crown 23 question
Has any one owned or sailed a Crown 23' manufactured in victoria BC, in the mid seventies? I am curious to how they handled.
thanks for your time.