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Old Thread I know but worth a shot. Just picked up an Islander 32 MK II that is in a fairly bad way. Looking for any information, manuals, specs beyond sailboatdata.com. love her lines and cant find out much about them. any advise would be greatly appreciated.

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I think you may be out of luck for manuals but I still have all my original drawings and you are welcome to prints if you think they will help you. I did not do any structural, electrical or plumbing drawings for Islander. Tose were all done in house.
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Re: Islander 32

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Thank you. I am going to do some digging. Looking forward to Playing with this girl. This will be my 3rd complete redo. (Columbia 26, C&C27 previous) The good news is the wife likes to work on them with me. The only caveat is we have to go sailing, no dock queens allowed.

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