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Old 30-12-2009, 07:14   #1
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CS Yachts Back in Business?

Came across this on the web today:

CS Yachts International

Just wondering if anyone knows if this company has any of the original players involved? Appears they are intending to build a 36 based on the much loved Merlin as well as a 39 and a 42 power cat.

There had been a thread on another forum a while back about the original owner of the company still having the molds and wanting to dispose of them hopefully to someone who would use them but I did not hear anything else about that.

Anybody know anything more?
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From the CS Owners website ➥ CS Owners Associations Home Page

... Canadian Sailcraft unfortunately stopped manufacture in 1992 ...
... In 1999, CS Yachts International began production again on a limited basis. An e-mail in 2005 informed us that: "You should note that CS is in business and have delivered the first of the new CS Power Cat 42's and have orders for more. In addition Carlson & Wentzell Marine Inc. have started marketing the 363, 393 and the Custom 44 sailing yachts in addition to the Power Cat 42 in Atlantic Canada and Bermuda ..."

I suppose you could ask them, directly.

CS Yachts International
165 Steelcase Road East
Markham, Ontario, L3R 1G1
Tel: (905) 513-9850
Fax: (905) 513-9849
Web: CS Yachts International

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