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Old 16-06-2009, 14:15   #16
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In your general area: $850 22 ft catalina sailboat

$1700 Catalina 22 sailboat $1700
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Old 16-06-2009, 16:39   #17
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One further point would be that having the ability to get the boat out if the water will reduce maintenance costs. I am on my third trailerable (Spyder 24) and it costs me nothing maintenance-wise having it sit in the yard between sails. The Catalina was marketed here in Australia as the Boomaroo, heavy but I always thought the lines were nice. Good first boat.
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Old 16-06-2009, 21:15   #18
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1974 Catalina 22 keel Sail Boat For Sale -

1982 Catalina Catalina pop-up daysailer/weekender Sail Boat For Sale -

Check out the Abbott 22 on this site - price is in CDN S$ so it's within your price range. These are very good boats ! Swans Yacht Sales There is also an O'Day 25 on a trailer...

C&C 24 Niagara 1977 Comes with trailer. Good condition. Great club racer or weekender. OMC 15hp inboard. Runs great. New interior hull. Navy blue. Teak. Quick sale needed. CDN $6,500 obo(905) 269-6634(905) 885-9149E-mail:

Edel 665 1970's Red hull. Tandem trailer. Evinrude 9.9hp. Updated galley, hanging locker, marine head, anchor rode, chain, compass. Good sails. 3 jibs. Nearly new main. Lying Picton, ON. CDN $6,900 obo(613) 476-5742(613) 476-4754

Edel 665 1980 Very good condition. 9.9hp Johnson. Main, jib and genoa. Fast yet kindly. Safe, comfortable. VHF, Tridata, Suunto compass, stainless sink-stove combination, portapotty, 3 berths, poptop. All standard gear, shoal draft 1.0 meter, 2 owners. Lying 1000 Islands. Dual axle cradle. 2009 Dockage paid. CDN $6,500 neg(819) 459-1675(613) 294-2841E-mail:

Hunter 23 1987 5hp Nissan, main w/cover, 110% jib, 135% genoa, halyards led aft, trailer. Visit our website for more details or call. US $6,500 obo(905) 420-2141E-mail: info@swansyachtsales.comWeb:

MacGregor 22 1974 Swing keel. Great trailer. 9.9hp Yamaha 2000. Tiller. 130 Genoa, storm jib, main. Sleeps 3 comfortably. Pop-top w/new enclosure. Porta-potti. Nice trailerable weekender. Lying Toronto, ON. CDN $5,000 neg(416) 778-9087(416) 523-9087E-mail:

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Old 17-06-2009, 10:19   #19
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It's wierd but there are trailerables made by Chrysler.... a friend had a 26 years ago and it was a great boat.... roomy too. If you start going above the Cat 22 range, you may be into towing machine issues though.
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Old 18-06-2009, 09:41   #20
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Thanks everyone for all the replies. There are quite a few to look at here. I really appreciate people keeping an eye out and I'll be sure to let you all know what I decide on.
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Old 18-06-2009, 13:28   #21
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Aloha Fmooy,
Welcome to the forum. My first boat was a Catalina 22 fin keel. I never regretted the purchase. A great learning and overnight boat. It was forgiving and tough which is what is needed.
You are better off waiting for trailer, outboard and boat in one purchase. Check to see the condition before making an offer. You don't need more than about a 6hp outboard for a Cat 22.
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Old 18-06-2009, 21:20   #22
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Lots of good boats in the 20ft daysailer range. Some have already gave you some ideas. Also if a Cal-20 is for sale in your area then its worth a look. Especially if it comes with a trailer. Do you have a place for the trailer where you live? Also some yacht clubs have sailboats for member use, so you might also check into that as an option.
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