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Our new baby this season 1990 CS 36 Merlin. Just an awesome boat.
Looks like my 30 with 6 more feet. Beautiful

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Vasco,

Very nice, boat looks to be in great shape. Do you take her to the Bahamas? What keel configuration do you have?
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Albrazzi,
30's a great boat, very roomy and sails great not a combination that comes together in every boat.
I had some interior pics somewhere, just can't lay my hands on them right now.
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Very nice, boat looks to be in great shape. Do you take her to the Bahamas? What keel configuration do you have?
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Yes been there many times from 1990 to 2004 when I got tired of the long trip home and got a B393 that I keep in FL. The Merlin was retired to Lake Ontario in 2003. First time we went there was no GPS or good charts, some of the charts were from the eighteen hundreds. Now it's a snap with GPS and Explorer Charts. La Belle Aurore has a Hydrokeel (patented wing). I'm thinking of selling the Merlin as this is our last trip (I'm in FL now getting the B393 ready) and I think I might bring the B393 up to Toronto. She's never been north of Charleston, SC.

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Yes been there many times from 1990 to 2004 when I got tired of the long trip home and got a B393 that I keep in FL. The Merlin was retired to Lake Ontario in 2003. First time we went there was no GPS or good charts, some of the charts were from the eighteen hundreds. Now it's a snap with GPS and Explorer Charts. La Belle Aurore has a Hydrokeel (patented wing). I'm thinking of selling the Merlin as this is our last trip (I'm in FL now getting the B393 ready) and I think I might bring the B393 up to Toronto. She's never been north of Charleston, SC.
14 years, I'm assuming La Belle Aurore could find her way there on her own. You certainly wouldnt have a problem selling her I'm sure. I only know of one for sale on Lake Ontario.
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More pictures of Interior work. I made a cover for water distribution valves for Icebox water management and some other functions. I wanted everything accessible without having to dig stuff out to switch valves. Cabin sole refinish and repair and mirror frame in the head. I'm a detail guy.
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Curious what are the Yellow dots I see on various panels, head floor, behind engine cover, under chain locker, under engine. There may be others are they a solid cored panel for strength or something else. CS30 BTW
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There are some interesting modifications to your boat, the yellow dots: no idea. Nothing like that on my CS30

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There are some interesting modifications to your boat, the yellow dots: no idea. Nothing like that on my CS30
I had some fresh water damage on the port side setee hull panel, and I wanted to change it up I use some throw pillows in the corner under the chainplate and you get some much needed elbow room sitting facing aft. I made the panel and you cant tell its not the original really! No yellow dots huh, you might be looking for them now. In the V berth under the anchor locker from the inside I can see one. I will post more pictures, I have done many many detail pieces, I hope im not overdoing it but everything is quite functional.
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Re: Let's see some CS Yachts

I may be in the market for a 34 or 36, with the transom step, on the East Coast, well loved (not looking for a project boat at any price).

Maybe a quick sale at a fair price I'm a two time C&C owner, must be a little Canadian blood in me someplace.

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