I have a 1977 CT 34 that I've been rebuilding and sailing over the past few years.
are very solid - the boat
has had no blisters
Sailed to the Keys from central east Florida
. The boat sails
well and has been easy to single
was Mr. C.T. Chen of the Ta Chiao Bros. - many believe that Bob Perry was the designer
because of its appearance. The first boat was built in the early 1970's and the last (hull #43) was built in 1987.
If you care to see the historic facts about the boat, click on "The CT 34" which is a link on my website http://www.guildmark.com/crumpet
- this site provides general information about the CT 34, as well as specific information about my projects. About half of the hulls that have been produced are identified.
All in all, I've found the boat to be solidly constructed with good hardware
- it is worth the effort it takes to rebuild
an older boat. The interior
space is liveable, and the boat sails
If you are looking at a boat hull
that is not identified in the CT 34 website, I would appreciate any information that you may be able to provide.