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1962 Columbia 29 MK 1, hull #37
A few shots and links for enthusiasts of the first Columbia. Mine is hull #37, built in late 1962 by Glas Laminates in Costa Mesa and delivered January, 1963. Right after commissioning the owner sailed her to Santa Barbara and she has been cruising the Channel Islands ever since. This one was not built to accommodate the optional inboard engine. She has a well designed for a Seagull outboard. These boats, especially the early lighter models, have become rare, but they are, in my opinion, the finest of the old school 60's 29s. I really like the Tritons and Albergs, but there is something special about these S & S designed Columbia 29s...
Cruising layout
Dinner around the table
C29 lines, 1962
Standard interior in early models. Stove is under counter to port. "Icebox" with drain behind the sink to stbd. I say "icebox" because it is not...
c29
Out to Anacapa Island.
Channel Islands Harbor evening.
Santa Barbara sunset.
The kids are heading out!
Down in the swell. Not sinking!
Out for the afternoon.
About 6 knots
C29 on another beautiful Santa Barbara Channel afternoon. 1962, hull 37.
Beautiful Santa Barbara Channel afternoon.
This is the rudder post under the cockpit. It is solidly glassed in at the hull. There are no seals or bearings needed here. The block glassed in...
heaven
Cave on Santa Cruz Island, Scorpion Anchorage.
Mast down; time to do some long needed maintenance.
A good dinghy choice for a small boat. This one holds 855 lbs. and can be paddled into a headwind.
Also 7 knots... on a 22 and a half foot old school waterline from the 60s.
Santa Cruz Island evening, July 2015
Scorpion Anchorage, Santa Cruz Island.
Large ports make for a nice view.
A section of foredeck cut for a deck plate: 1/4" plywood with 1/8" glass on either side.
Scorpion Anchorage morning.
 


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