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There are two types of access to the C36/375IA website. One level of access is for the general public, and includes most of the website. The second level of access is for members only, and includes all of the public area, plus our extensive library of technical documentation including equipment manuals, owner’s manuals, upgrades, and maintenance, as well as the Association Toolbox, special items in the Ship’s Store, and quarterly magazine.
C36/375IA Members have access to:
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Here she is with long boom in place - but still the old 12.5' foot mainsail - winning the New Year's Day race in approx zero knots of wind. Finished ahead of a J/33!
Just found the new bigger main, not recut yet but its coming.
Moored at Ilot Laregnere in New Caledonia, South Pacific, these large fish made use of our hull as shelter... the island is a wildlife reserve - so there were no opportunities taken!
A new feature for C36/375IA members - Mainsheet Magazine, the quarterly publication for Catalina owners, is now available online, in a pdf format! All the stories, all the pictures, and all the tech notes. With the permission of the publisher, we have provided a link to the pdf. The link is under the blue Mainsheet tab on the home page. Enjoy!
(This link is only avaiable to full members of C36/375IA)
by Bruce Landsberg
S/V Southern Comfort #1881
Thankfully, we weren’t aboard Southern Comfort, our 2000 Catalina 36, when she was hit by lightning at the end of August 2009. According to slip mates, a series of heavy thunderstorms rolled across the western shore of Chesapeake Bay and the resulting sparks made it look like a welder’s convention.
Photo by Mike Ogline
S/V Shadow #1836
Sandusky Sailing Club - Lake Erie
Shadefish hull 2008 sailing with the fleet at OpSail 2012 Norfolk Va.