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Seen sitting in our marina.

Pretty nice looking boat, sort of common sense and practical.

i am guessing 36’. I could not find a match on Yachtworld.

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Mark,
thanks very much.
 

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Looks like a Solaris Sunstream. Appears to be in great condition.

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I looked up the Solaris cats, I did not find a lot online.
I instantly see why you think it is a Solaris, that little addition to the coach roof looks very much like something on a Solaris.
However the side windows are wrong and this boat has a single saildrive not visible in the picture.
So it may well be a Solaris, but I have not found any matching pics yet.

Here is a Solaris Sunstream photo.
 

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Oh geez, I JUST noticed the daggerboard on that boat. It is definitely not a Solaris. It also looks like a solid foredeck?

I have no clue. An older design for sure. The daggerboard helps, but with the hull shape, beam, short boom etc, it is a bit like lipstick on a pig compared to later designs. Jib sheeting angles are tight with the inboard shrouds, but there must be backstays out of the picture that prevent a large main?

I'm very curious, so if you find any information, please post it.

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Mark,

I will try to take a couple of better photos when I get back. It will be a week or so.

We are not looking for a cat or anything. We just though it was nicely proportioned and a bit unusual.
 

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If I read Wiki correctly all Catalacs had 2 engines. This one has a single saildrive leg. But also the skegs.

And it dosent show in this photo but has relatively high bridge deck clearance.
 

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Some Catalac’s were definitely built with a single central outboard, but without more photos of that one, I can’t really say more.
 
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