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Auto Pilots

Hey, was wondering if any cal owners had any experience w the new ray marine wheel pilots.  I had bought a simrad wp30 years ago and the ex…

Started by Jim Englert

3 Dec 16, 2012
Reply by Jim Englert

Looking to buy a CAL 34 MkIII - advice?

Looking to buy a CAL 34 MKIII and wondered if there were any owners out there with some words of wisdom. What do you like about your CAL, w…

Started by Dan Stover

4 Sep 1, 2012
Reply by Danny Covington

Dodger for Cal 31

I have a 79 Cal 31.  The traveler is on the bridge deck (where you step when exiting the companionway). Does anyone have a Cal 31 with the…

Started by Pete Ensinger

9 Jun 12, 2012
Reply by Pete Ensinger

MastHead Shivs for a Cal 2-30

Would anyone know of the size limitation for a 1968 Cal 2-30 masthead shiv? The boat currently has very worn wire-rope halyard and I would…

Started by Scot Henry

0 Oct 27, 2011

looking to buy a 1967 Cal30

currently own a Macgregor 26 swing keel.  I have found a Cal 30, the previous owner has restored her, engine runs great, new cushions, just…

Started by Bobby Cen ters

3 Oct 11, 2011
Reply by Solo Voyager

rudder bushings

Hello friends, just wondering if anyone knows if '69 cal 34 had bushings in the rudder stock and where to get repacement. I'll be pulling h…

Started by Aron Kormout

1 Jan 7, 2011
Reply by Danny Shaffer

Any Cal 24 or 25 owners out there

We just pulled our Santana 20 for the winter so it is time to start working on our Cal 24 restoration. The boat had been stored until 4 yea…

Started by Martin Klos

4 Feb 3, 2010
Reply by Martin Klos

What was your reason for buying a Cal sailboat?

I'm just looking for some ideas on what it was that brought us all to buying a Cal. You know the designer, the lines, or the construction.…

Started by Bradley A Destache

13 Jun 22, 2009
Reply by Leonard Reeves


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