C30 OWNERS LISTING...First 999...(new)

#1, "", JS Meier, San Pedro, CA. JSMEIER@YAHOO.COM 1974 Mark I, TRBS, Fin, Univ M-11, Main Sail, Genoa, 110% jib,  This IS the first Catalina 30 built and is still sailing like a champ! Everything on this boat is overbuilt and oversized including the standing rigging, chain plates, keel stepped mast, and sheet winches. Keel Stepped Mast, Richly trimmed teak interior, Teak and Holly sole, Dinette style layout, Same galley and nav station as mid 80's Cat 30, All new standing rigging and spreaders 2004, New sheets 2004, (2) new starting batteries 2005, (1) new house battery 2004, (2) new Danforth compasses 2005, 40 gal fresh water, 18 gal holding, 18 gal fuel, Electric bilge pump and cockpit mounted manual bilge pump,  VHF, BBQ, Self tailing sheet winches, Anchor with 30' chain and 240' rode, Pressurized water, Propane gimbaled stove with two burners and oven, Radio, Depth meter.  

#07, ANEMOS, Christos Mallios, Black Rock, CT, mallios1@att.net, 1974, Standard, Fin, Main, 100% Jib, 150% Jib,  Atomic 4, Three Blade Indigo

#08, Tomorrow's Girl, Boyd Godfrey, North Vancouver, B.C., bgodfrey@telus.net, www.catalinathirty.com, 1974 Mk1 SRF, 1005%main 135% genoa asymetrical spinnaker, Atomic 4, Indigo prop. Currently undergoing refit, hoping to have her back in the water by late spring '08.

#09,"Geordie Hinny",Dennis Cameron,Midland bay sailing club, Georgian bay,Ontario.1975,Fin keel,Mostly original with a few additions.

#10,”LA BEFANA”,  Randy & Leslie Hough, Vancouver Canada, randy.hough@gmail.com, http://www.facebook.com/randall.hough, 1975, Mark I, BS, Fin, Quantum Main & Asymmetric Spinnakers North Jib (123%), Atomic 4, Folding, Exterior refit complete; new keel bolts, LPU topsides and deck, new ports, new rub rail from Catalina Direct, new winches (4 Harken, 2 Lewmar, 2 original Barlow primaries now secondary's, propane system added, Force 10 stove, new water tanks, new head and holding tank added, new aluminum tiller, new rudder, radar w AIS, new Icom DSC VHF, new batteries (3grp 27 house + grp 24 start) and charger, new galley counter with sink inboard and large icebox, new electrical panel, LED running lights, mast overhauled and painted (Awlgrip), new mast crane w/ 2 spin halyards, new custom aluminum spreaders, Schafer sail track system on main, new boom, new rigging (lowers upgraded to 7/32), Pro-furl R250 racing furler, inner forestay added and second track added to mast for storm sails, new 1x19 lifelines, new lifeline cushions, Winslow liferaft, new bilge pumps (2700GPH emergency, 500GPH, manual), dripless shaft packing, Bottomsider cushions for cockpit, new custom pulpit and stern rail, custom SS instrument mount over companionway, Raymarine instruments and laptop running Raytech software, Garhauer jib cars line organizers and custom radar post, Lewmar rope clutches, windward sheeting Harken traveler, Harken two-speed mainsheet 4:1/8:1, still fussing with interior, boat is now in Mexico racing in Banderas Bay sharing retirement with us. Sailing video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4VoxgRgoHMc

#11, ZEPHYR, ChuckKelley , ErieBasinMarina, Buffalo, NY14202, sailor3@roadrunner.com, 1975, Stdrig, finkeel, 174 genoaonHarkenfurler, main, spinnaker, atomic4, 2bladeprop, Wheelsteering, new salon cabinets, refrigerator.

#13 is in Middle River off the Chesapeake Bay 

#15 is near Portland, Oregon.

#17 "WANDERER II", Steve Wark

#20,”IRISH MIST”, DAVID MASOPUST, WINDHAM CTR CT, dbmasopust@snet.net

#21, Manatee, Bill Harris, Daytona Beach Fla, billharriscat30@hotmail.com, 1975, SR, Fin, New 20hp diesel, 3-blade, Reworked fresh water system...Electrical...and Main Cabin layout.

#24, "Ebb Tide", Robert and Laura Heatley, Oklahoma City Boat Club, rheatley1@cox.net, 1975 Mark I, SR, Fin Keel, 150% Genoa on a Harken Furler, Universal Atomic 4 w/2 blade prop, Harken Lazy-Jacks, Edson steering.  This boat is in beautiful condition and originated on the East Coast.  The boats name, Ebb Tide, Wilmington, Delaware, is printed on the stern and was bought and shipped by truck from Oakdale, New York, by the former owner, sight un-seen.  At this time, Ebb Tide is being re-rigged with new shrouds and spreaders and is being readied for racing at the Oklahoma City Boat Club.  Although the displacement is approx. 12000#, Ebb Tide is exceptionally light on the wheel with lots of 'feel' of the rudder.  It handles like a canoe.  We bought Ebb Tide in Nov. 2004 and our other boat is a Catalina 27.  When Laura first came aboard, she went below, looked around and said: "I think that I'll let you keep this one!".

#25, , Steve Tillman, Pottsboro TX , jst50@graysoncable.com

#28, "Seadate", John Brown,  Redondo Beach CA, John_Brown@notes.amdahl.com

#30,”DULCINEA”, CARROLL ANDREWS, POTOMAC MD, andrewsco@earthlink.net

#32,”SAILBAD THE SINNER”, STANLEY PERRY, FALLBROOK CA

#33, Can't Dance, Joe and Candance Sabella, Gulfport, Fl, candance@gte.net, 1975, Mk I, TR, Fin, main & 135% RF, 2GM20, 3 Blade.  
She was our little project boat and we have completely refitted her since purchasing in 1997.  Formerly known as Wings & Chuckles.

#34 "Makani Koa", Mike Pelaez, Tampa Fl, PelaezM@socom.mil, 1975, MKI, TR, wing (converted from fin keel), Main, 150% Rf, 3GM, 3 blade, custom bow sprit

#38, Banjo, Kerri and Scott MacDonald, Shilshole Bay Marina--Seattle,smacdonald206@yahoo.com,,1975,,,,SR,Fin,Main-Jib-150,Atomic 4

#39,Mistress, Shane Dixon, New London CT, sdixon@ctol.net, http://www.ctol,net/~sdixon, 1975, Mark I, SRBS,FIN,150gen., Atomic 4,CDI 3 Blade

#40**,”Illusions, John Collins & Bobbie Fox, Middle River MD, collija1@bpsolar.com, 1975, Mark I, SR, Fin Keel , Gas,
Purchased from original owner in 2000 ran it hard aground will ferrying it to its new home.  Changed the name to Illusions. Thing have gone well since then. A few problems with the lower aft shrouds and their chain plate bolts.

#42,”LOCHAN ORA’, Paul Harwood of San Jose,  CA

#43, Wingo, Jack Delaney, Groton CT, jbdel@snet.net,,1976,I,SR,fin,mgs,m25xp,12x9

#47, "Reality", Judith Toffenetti, Herring Bay Maryland, ccvt2@aol.com, 1975, Mk1 SR, Shoal, Main, working jib, and 150% Genoa, Atomic 4, Two bladed fixed,

#48, "Honu Kai", Donna Wilson, ,dwilson94@verizon.net, ,  1975, Mark I, SR, Fin Keel, Catalina mainsail (bought used from a 2000 series boat) and tattered Genoa, Good Ole Atomic 4 gas, prop unknown,   Formally Marion Rose

#49,”FRIENDLY DRAGON”, RICHARD BRITTON, NEW WESTMINSTER BC,  rbritton@cln.etc.bc.ca

#51,”BLEST 2”, CHICK MARENTETTE, TRAVERSE CITY MI

#52,”GYPSY LADY”, TONY BAX, WESLEY HILLS NY, sail4ever@juno.com

#64 "Alpha II ", Mike Pence, Magothy River MD, Michael.Pence@baesystems.com

#64, Jeannette II, Tom Page, Boston MA, 
Tom.Page@rcn.com,  2007,strig, wing keel, roller furling main 135 Genoa, Yanmar, 3 blade prop, CANT WAIT TILL SPRING ONLY SAILED HER FOR 45 MINUTES

#65,Solitaire ,David Trahan, Lake Arthur Louisiana, nahart@bellsouth.net, no web, 1975, Mark I, SR, Fin Keel, Standard Hank on Sail plan plus storm jib, Atomic 4, 2 blade prop, updated with wheel steering and Autopilot.

#67,????, Carlos Hernandez, Coral Gables, Fl  

 

#70, New Perspective, Tom & Alexandrea Rossing, Blaine WA, TRossing@hotmail.com, 1975 Mrk l,  SRFK, Main, 125% RF Jib, 150%, Atomic 4, 12 x 7 fixed prop, Purchased in April 2007. Wallas forced air heat, dodger, GPS, Hydraulic wheel steering, Blue Seas AC & DC pannels, Zantrex 40A Charger, LED Cabin lighting, Bowmar opening portlights. 

#73, August Moon, Corey & Teresa Taylor, Ladysmith, BC, Canada, ctaylor@telus.net

#75, "Chiara Mia" John Gajdos, Morro Bay, CA., JohnGnMB@aol.com, 1975, MkI, SR, Fin, Main, 150%, Atomic 4, 2 Blade
Bought the boat two years ago (May, 2000) and have been in love ever since. . Second owner. Mast updated to 1985 specs. Lines to cockpit. New balanced rudder, 4 coats epoxy bottom, Autohelm 2000 pilot. Future projects, dodger, cockpit enclosure, propane, rework the dinette
table, roller furling. Trip south.

#76, "Happy Squid", Robert & Gwynn Kroeker,  Nanaimo BC, Robert_Kroeker@telus.net,, 1975, Mk I,SR, Fin Keel, #1#2#3#4 Jib&Spinnaker, Yanmar YSE 12,, "Original owner David Roberts registered her in Vancouver, BC March 30, 1976 as "Cariad" (8.27 tons net, ON370317).  3rd owner Helmut Ehlers officially renamed her "Happy Squid."  She has a new std. height mast with a baby stay & only one pair of lower shrouds. Custom chain plates extend to the bottoms of the bulkheads & bulkhead bonding to the hull has been reinforced. The boom as 1'-8" longer than standard (270 sq. ft. main) & keel & rudder have been modified & faired for racing.  We bought her June 10, 2003 & added a holding tank & macerator pump in August."

#88,  "Travers Tapper", Travers B. Tapper and Dawn, TBTAPPER@aol.com, Wilmington Isl. Savannah, Ga., 1975, Mk I, SR, 170, 155, 150, 135, 110, spinnaker, Fin, A4, 2 blade
Pretty good shape, some upgrades mainly the hull (full peal and B-coat) purchased in August 2001, haven't actually sailed it yet looking forward to that day soon.

#87, Paridise, David Huffman, Ventura CA, dnhuffman@hotmail.com, none, 1975, Mark I, SR, Fin, Main Jenny, Yanmar YSE12 12hp horizontal, 3 blade fixed, liveaboard

#89,”JUSTY-MIS”, RICK LEGARE, NORTH SMITHFIELD RI, justymis@aol.com

#91,”ANDROMEDA”, Michael F. Clare, Milford CT, mfclare@worldnet.att.net, 1975, std, fin

#92, "Second Wind ", Tim VandenBerg & Kathryn Conant., South River, Annapolis MD., Kathryn-tim@erols.com

#93, Invictus (renamed), Tom Kennedy, Pensacola FL, thomas.a.kennedy@navy.mil, n/a, 1975, SR, Fin, 130% genoa/cruising spin/std main, yanmar YSE-12, 3-blade, Edson wheel. Found this first year production boat abandoned at a local boat yard and victim of  neglect. Solid and complete boat in very poor cosmetic/material condition.  Engine and interior damaged by fresh water due to hatches being opened for several years.  Purchased boat in July 2008 and currently undergoing bottom paint removal/sealing/ blister repair/ petit trinidad paint, and complete refit to include engine/exhaust, electrical/batt/charging, standing and running rigging, plumbing, lifelines/stanchions, thru hulls and valves, zincs and shaft packing.  Cosmetics to include fill/fair/awlgrip hull and topside,  rub rail replacement, exterior, interior bright work.  Upgrades to include Hood 707sl furler,   Harken lazy jacks, Sta-Set halyards, Harken shorthand clutches,  Shakespeare mast head antenna, halogen interior lighting, Raytheon nav/comm upgrade, depth sounder , deck, steaming and anchor light, bimini and canvas covers. 

#96  ESCAPE 2,    GARY,LINNEA DAVIS, MILWAUKEE WIS, MC KINLEY MARINA

#97, Ragadoon, Ed Dilley, Ventura CA, , 1975, Mark I, Atomic 4, Purchased her as a floating pile of crap, currently working to remedy that situation.

#0101, Orca Loca (formerly Agua), Frank and Cathleen DuBois, Deale, MD, no web, 1975, Mark I, SR,Fin, Hank on jib, Yanmar 11HP Diesel, Standard Prop
I found Orca in 1999, semi abandoned in the water in Solomon's, MD.  She had not been sailed  or hauled in quite a few years and it showed (her MD registration was dated 1991). She was berthed next to a stand of trees which filled the cockpit with leaves every fall, blocked the scuppers and flooded the cabin.  There are water stains about 10 inches up the interior paneling. The interior was a mess and had to be pressure washed thanks to the lack of ventilation over numerous summers. I've since done major blister work on the bottom including epoxy barrier coat, redone the rigging, new injector and head job on the Diesel (which started right up) rebuilt the pedestal and am now working on the interior (including plumbing) and running rigging.  Lots more to go and I'm not sure that the effort to pleasure ratio makes sense but I enjoy the project. 

#0103, Anicca, Richard Kerby, Port Orchard Washington, rjkerby@clear.net, 1975, Mark1, Standard Rig, Fin keel, 135% furling Genoa and std. main, Atomic 4, std. two blade prop. I’ve replaced the bilge compression block and repaired the keel bolts and bilge. Repaired the deck at the mast, replaced the chain plates and standing rigging and rebuilt the Spruce spreaders. Re-wired the Main DC system, Changed the pressure water system over to PEX plumbing and added a hot water heater. I’ve added a Chart plotter/Depth finder/ GPS, Radar, apparent wind indicator and auto helm. Looking forward to sailing the Puget Sound and Pacific North West.

#0113 , Altered Boy , Trent Yoder, Atwood Lake Ohio , fltr99@msn.com ,1975, Std Rig, Fin Keel, atomic 4, two blade, Converted from tiller to an edson wheel steering, Moved controls & guage cluster to port coming, Cleaned and repaired all blisters recoated with 2000e barrier coat spring 2009.

#0114,Grace, Rod and Gerey, Richmond B.C., hrsmith@telus.net, , 1975, Mark I, SR, Fin, , Atomic 4, , ,

#0115,Artemis,Irene and Tony Lyttle,Thunderbird Marina in West Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada,alyttle@telus.net and ilyttle@telus.net,MFR year 2008,SR,Fin,135% Genoa (furling) and furling main (mast),Yanmar 21 HP,3 blade prop,

#0121, Sapphire Tears, Bill and Karen Grass, Yorktown, VA KGrass3452@cs.com 1975 Standard Rig Fin Keel Wheel steering Fully battened Main & roller reefed 130 genoa.
No racing - just cruising the Chesapeake Bay with Fleet 30 out of Tidewater Virginia.

#0123, FatCat, Steven & DeeAnn Meacham, Jarrell Cove-Harstine Island WA, ddnsteve@hctc.com, 1975, Mk I, Standard Rig, Fin keel, main and 135%RF, Atomic 4, two bladed fixed.

We are the second owners of FatCat.  We bought her in 1991 to move up from a 25' trailer sailor.  We wanted a bigger, stiffer more comfortable boat for more than weekend trips.  Going from 8' of beam to almost 11' she seemed like a real fat Catalina, thus the name. We have had her as far north as the north end of Vancouver Island, BC and hope to make it to Glacier Bay some year, but not until we have propane, a better heater and I find all the window leaks according to the admiral.  Would also like to truck her to Florida, the Great Lakes and the east coast some time in the future.

#0124, MARZENNA, Lamberto Raffaelli, Gloucester, lr@lnxcorp.com , 2008, 135% Furling Genoa, wing keel, Raymarine ST60 Tridata Speed/Depth/Tem, S1 Wheelpilot Autopilot.  Have added  Raymarine GPS/MAP A65. Sail Gloucester with wife and/or with kids & friends.  

#0124,  ,Jeffrey and Daniele Johnson, Port Townsend Wa. [inkslinger2000@gmail.com] 1975 MkI, Std, Fin, .  Radar,chartplotter, hot and cold pressure water, refer and freezer. Perkins 103-10 (25HP) powered.  White hull w/sandtone boot and cove stipe and sand canvas work, dodger, sailcovers etc. Original main still has 0124 on it and builders plate matches.

#0129, SOUTHERNAIRE, Samuel Burns, Alameda CA, burnssamuel@hotmail.com, nowebaddress, 2009, wing keel, jibs 80 120 155 assym spinnaker, 3YM20, 3 blade fixed, 2010SHTP veteran contact me for details if interested, will truck boat to Houston-Galveston channel then sail to new St. Pete home

#0135, Underdog, Patrick Crowe, San Francisco, pcrowe@aptiv.com, 1975, Mark I

#0138, Power of Two, Bay Ridge Brooklyn, Bhoban1@msn.com, 2008, Standard Rig, Wing Keel.  Great Boat sail mostly on the Long Island Sound

#0153, Zydeco, Alan & Vicki Lund, Point Roberts WA, valund@sprint.ca, 1976, Mark I, SR, Fin, pre-enjoyed sails, Atomic 4, 3 blade, great boat!! Our family loves every minute we get to spend aboard. Someone prior to us upgraded to a complete teak interior with lots of cabinets, drawers, and floors. We have had her for three years now and she was named "Cache A lot" by previous owners.

#0154, "Forty Two", Tony Hendel, Sydney New South Wales Australia, thendel@svfortytwo.com, N/A, 2008, Wing , Main & 133% genoa, Yanmar 3YM20, Standard prop, have plans for many updates/additions and hopefully to get "her indoors" to love it all as much as I do (or else I'll be doing a lot of single handing).

#0155, Tall Cotton, Dave Reynolds & Herb Nagel, Port Clinton, Ohio, dreynold@woh.rr.com, 1976, Mk I, Std Rig, Fin keel.
We're the second owners of Tall Cotton (formerly Windego). She was purchased from Port Clinton Yacht Charters in 2003 who also sold her to her original owners in 1977.

#0165, AFT HOLE, John and Brenda Harbottle, Port of Brownsville-WA, brendaharbottle@gmail.com, 1976, Mark I, Tall Rig, Fin Keel, Orig Sails, Atomic 4, 2 blade prop, We're the third owner; bought in 2007.  Previous owner was a live aboard and never took her out.  Original owners loved her though since she came with a $900 electric flushing toilet (yea!) and water heater which still work great.  She was in poor condition when we got her for a steal at 13K and we have spent the past years fixing her up to original condition and loving every minute of it!  Curious about the original owners and history as the boat was not named so if anyone has info, please email us.  If you'd like to look at before and after pictures they're on Facebook under our email address; just send us a friend invite with a note.

#0167, Strider, J.Harper, St. PEtersburg Fla, JBHarper29@Aol.com, 1976, MKI, SR, Fin, BAnks main & 135%jib, Atomic4,  9x12, great boat

#0169, Moonbeam, Kenneth & Ann Williams, Stockton Lake MO, clevelandnjrotc@aol.com, 1975, Mark 1, SR, BS, Fin, hank on jibs, spinnaker rigged, 5 sails including spinnaker, original Atomic 4, 2-blade folding prop, after market pilot wheel w/ Danforth compass, two 2-speed winches, four other winches one self-tailing, pressurized water, water heater, apparent wind indicator, BBQ, VHF, stereo w/ CD, aftermarket 12v panel, 110v system throughout, microwave, 110v hatch AC, we sold the Chrysler 22’ we owned for 21 years and bought Moonbeam in 2007, it was setting in a slip on Stockton Lake Missouri, got the slip with the boat, first weekend we sailed we shut all through-hulls except the galley sink drain when we left, previous owner had unknown to us connected the bilge pump to the galley sink drain below the waterline with only a loop trap, the first time the bilge ran and shut off it began siphoning back in and she sank, marina found her hanging from the dock lines, hauled her out and refurbished with insurance claim including new plumbing with a bilge through-hull “above” water line, all new electrical items on engine, new batteries, since we have removed & refinished all teak, replaced all interior upholstery, new sail covers, new bimini, new winch covers, new cockpit cushions, new helm cover, new depth sounder, new Formica laminate on galley & head tops and some panels, new bottom paint, cut easy ladder access through stern pulpit, plan to move gauge/ignition-switch panel near wheel in future, and may try to cut through cockpit fiberglass above cockpit floor and install a SS & wood walk/swim out in future if I can reinforce hull sufficiently.  

#0171, SV DON'T PANIC, Jeff Green, Fort Walton Beach, Fl, svdontpanic@gmail.com, 1976 Std Rig, Fin keel, 4 batton main, 155 genoa, 12 hp single cyl Yanmar, 3 blade prop, SV Don't Panic has been all around Florida including the "ditch" and to the Bahamas.  She is the most sailed boat in St Pete and can be found almost any day loaded with new sailors and cold beer!
Jeff Green St Pete Powersports  (727) 456-6088 shop (727) 557-4448 cell
jeff@stpetepowersports.com

#0173 “FOOLPROOF”, formerly Silba.  Mike & Lisa Jewell, Lake Perry, KS. mjewell@advancedaviation.net 1976 TRBS, Fin Keel, M-11, Cutter Rigged with Baby Stay.  New style windows, Gerhauer mid-boom traveler, new keel bolts, re-wired everything!  Moved the batteries to under the nav table.  New engine gage cluster moved to aft part of cockpit, new engine controls mounted on pedestal.  Interlux LPU on decks.  All deck hardware removed and re-bedded, including the rails.  Rigged for single-handed sailing.  Moved up from a Catalina 25, a great move indeed!

#0174,Zonino,John Beck,Gahanna Oh,jb3@gmx.us,1976,mk1,SR,Finkeel,Atomic4

#0178, "Scherzo", Scott Berna/Paula Sullivan, Plymouth, Mass., Scott.Berna@State.MA.US, 1976 (?), MK I, TR/BS, fin, looks like original sails, Atomic 4-gas, 2 blade (soon to be 3),
Just purchased late last season and am upgrading many of the systems including new traveler/main sheet controls, holding tank, freshwater delivery, keel bolts, the list goes on......She sailed us well enough in her new cruising grounds of Buzzards Bay last fall.  Hope to get a full season in this year.

#0180  "Arrow", Ted Petrocci, Topping Va at Regent Point Marina. tpetroc@icloud.com , 1976 MKI, Yanmar YSM 12 rebuilt over the  last year. Rewired  interior and mast. This fall the topsides and deck will be repainted.

#0199, RHEALUTHIEN, Dwight & Page Wessel, Cobb Island, Maryland, wessel5@va.metrocast.net, 1-9-1976 Mk 1 SR Fin 1994,Atomic-4, 3-blade. RHEALUTHIEN still has her wooden spreaders which are in good shape but are due to be replaced.  She also has a roller fuller head sail.  We are learning how to cruise after spending most of my past racing around the buoys. The prior owners have taken good care of her; she is in very good shape.  The next planned upgrade is to improve the reefing system.

#0203, Quiltmaker 22, Eric Meyers,Sandusky Ohio, quiltmaker22@aol.com, 1976 mark 1, std rig, fin keel, atomic 4 2 blade,I sail the Islands of Lake Erie,
Just put on new acrylic windows from Cruising Concepts...Eric & Hiroko

#0242, Tiga, Rob and Laura Kull, Currently at Bay Harbor Marina – Bay City Michigan, rjk@woodkull.com, none, 1976, Mark I, SR, Fin, 150-135-110, A4, 2 blade, just purchased August 2008, plan to fully restore and sail out of St. Ignace, Michigan.  Laura Freeland Kull, MS RD [lkull@madonna.edu]

#0244 “Sail Fish” , John Miller, Tacoma, Wa, jemiller22@gmail.com, www.nautabytes.blogspot.com, 1976, mark I, Standard Rig, no Bowsprit, Fin Keel, Main and 150% Genoa sails, Yanmar 3GM30F 24 HP, 3 Blade 12 RH 14, I purchased this in April 2013, my first Sailboat, not counting a Hobie Cat 14 I owned many years ago.  I sail mostly in Commencement bay and Puget sound.  excited to take on longer trips to the San Juan Islands next summer.

#0245, MAHU, TERRY and MARGARET HILL, Napa Valley Marina Ca., terry@interx.net, 1976, MK-1, SR ,fin, Yanmer 11hp Diesel, 2 blade martec folding prop, Reef rite roller furling We stepped up from a Catalina 27. Purchased Mahu Oct. 2001. Mainly wanted a shower and a little more room and got a lot of both. Will be changing from IC27A to IC30A but we will sure miss that little 27. Mahu sails like a dream.

#0249, ,George Cline, Chesapeake, gcline@inkprofessionals.com, www.sailingwebguy.com/Sailing , 1976, Mark I, TR, Fin, Atomic 4, this is my first boat and it is undergoing a complete refit that began in April of 2010.  Check out my progress at the link above.

#0256, Makin'Waves, Paul Kemp, Houston, mwaves@aol.com,1976, 1 ,sr ,, fin, north, atomic4, 7X13,
Still Sailing Galveston Bay after all these Years.

#0258, Bay Dreams, Herb & Kim Semones, Morehead, KY, thebaydreamers@yahoo.com, 1976 Mark1, SR, Fin Keel, Yanmar YSE12, 2 blade prop, Still sailing and looking good!

#0271,  Queen Mab,  Gail & Bill Morris,  Edgewood, RI,  bill@rinet36.org, http://members.sailnet.com/personal_page/index.cfm?memberid=66244,  1976, Mk I, SRBS, Fin,  Main, 135, blade,  A-4,  2 blade If you are going to walk on thin ice you might as well dance.

#0272, Arran Mor, Mark and Pat Nelson, mnelson@lvcm.com, www.markives.com , 1976, Mark I, Std Rig, Atomic 4 The Arran Mor was named after an island off the coast of Ireland. She had one owner for 27 years in San Diego before she was purchased by us in May 2003 and brought to Lake Mead, NV. We decided to keep the original name out of respect for her and the previous owner. There is not a finer boat. Pictures at www.markives.com

#0281,No Baggage, , Rockhold Creek Marina, Deale, MD, 1976, Std Rig, Fin Keel, 150 Roller and Main, Yanmar YSE12, 3 Blade Prop, Sold recently

#0285, LAZY SUSAN, Don and Sue Rubin, Stony Point, N.Y.,don_rubin@urscorp.com,1976, Mk I, SR, shoal, full batten main dacron,150RF crosscut dacron, atomic 4, 3 blade
Previously owned CAT25 #285, had to look all over the East Coast to find CAT30 #285, found it in the Chesapeake near Annapolis, Haven't started looking for CAT36 yet but its out there waiting for me. We sail on the mighty Hudson River.

#0308, Westwwind, diana rigby  newport OR, ddrigby @ msn, we are the proud owners of 1976 std.rig catalina 30  just launched last nite on the tide 05/30 08. at newport oregon we hauled the boat out two years ago  complete resoration under way 90% complete will finish in water. installed  pathfinder diesel 50 HP.  hurth  2/1 trans pyi drippless seal  flex coupler  3 blade prop  stripped bottom epoxy coated  soft A/F   complete  L/P  spray finish on hull and top sides  new plastic fuel  tank , electronics etc.  replaced all exterior teak  with cetol finish   were  painting interior next week and  installing all teak parts  inside  planning on sailing to so cal in july  will keep any one intrested posted on progress

#0311, 1976, "Passages", Pierre Bureau, Vieux Port Québec, Canada, pierre_bureau@hotmail.com, mark I, tr, main and 135% FR, atomic four. Bought in 1992 in New York area.  Passages is sailed yearly in river and gulf of St Lawrence. Wondrous blue water sail boat!

#0314, Rag Doll, Don & Judy Miehling, Oyster Bay, Long Island, NY, miehling@optonline.net, www.geocities.com/demartist, 1976, Mk I, TRBS, Fin, Main, 130, 150, 165, Atomic 4, 2 blade
I bought Rag Doll for a $song$ in June 2001. The previous owners for the last nine years was a group of 3 to 4 people, the ring leader being a women, (the "Doll" of Rag Doll?). The kindest thing I can say is that they didn't sink her! I have a long list of repairs, renovations, then improvements in front of me.

#0315,Aquarius, Adam Ellis, Chicago Burnham harbor, a-ellis@msn.com, 1976 MkI SR Fin UK Full Batten Main, 155%  YSE 12, LH 13x12
coming soon http://www.clarkstreet.com, http://www.prizeposse.com
 
 #0324, Makama Wa Plum Island Point, Newburyport, MA, LLLJrMD@aol.com, 1976, Standard Rig, Fin Keel, Mail Genoa, Atomic 4, Standard 2 blade prop
Purchased Makama Wa 3 years ago when our family of 5 children outgrew our 19 foot pocket cruiser.  We've since enjoyed sailing her from Salem MA to the Isles of Shoals in New Hampshire and look forward to longer cruises to Boston, Cape Cod and the Maine Coast. I particularly like her big boat feel and stability.  She's pretty maneuverable and fast too. (I never passed anybody sailing our little boat "Precious Moments"). 
Incidentally, "Makama Wa" is the closest Hawaiian translation I could find to "Precious Moments".

#0331, KNOT A CLEW , Gary and Gail Peterson-Masengale, Deale, MD, montigre@aol.com, http://hometown.aol.com/montigre/montigrecat30.html , 1976 , Mk I , SR Fin, Tiller , Main, 150RF (Harken), storm , Jiffy Reefing and Lazy Jacks , 2GM20 , 12RH 3-blade
We just purchased "Clew" this summer and are still on a sharp learning curve (our first boat). We've found the boat to be very easy to sail and also very forgiving. The Tech Talk manual has been a valuable resource for information on upgrades, modifications and systems maintenance and we advise all owners to seriously consider purchasing one (it'll save you BIG bucks). Clew had been wisely upgraded by the previous owners and extremely well maintained over the past 25 years.

#0337, Sir Rowdy, Joe and Peggy Sue Dusenbury, Des Moines, Washington, mypeggysue@telisphere.com, 1976, Mk1, Standard Rig, Fin Keel, Main and 135% RF, Atomic 4, two bladed Fixed.
We are the second owners.  We bought the "Rowdy" in June of 2000.  I have worked around marinas for the last 16 years but this is the first boat we have ever owned. The original owners kept the boat in great condition, but we are planning some major upgrades.  We enjoy learning about sailing. We have more fun every trip.
 
#0341,"HALFMINE", Don and Rick Rave, Huntington Bay, NY, dtravejr@ravelaw.com, 1976, Standard Rig, Fin Keel, Updated Rudder, Atomic 4, Martec Folding Prop, Racing Bottom, Main, 153%RFG, 1.5oz. Tri-radial Spin., Blooper. We have owned boat since 1987. New rig 2000 courtesy of Royal Insurance Company after dismasting in Around Long Island Race.  Boat is religiously raced every Thursday night in Huntington Bay, Long Island with crew number ranging between 1 and 16 ages 15-75.   

#0371 Ultimate 19th Hole, Pete & Madalyn Duerr, theduerrs@sailseastusa.com 1977sails out of the Hammond Marina on the southern end of Lake Michigan.  have owned her since 1991 having made many modifications to Frank's original design - both interior and exterior. In fact, sailing friends sometimes refer to her as a 'Duerralina'.

#0382, Another Dimension, Matthew Abel, Harbortown Marina, Detroit, Michigan, attorneyabel@me.com, 1977 Mark I, Tall Rig, Bowsprit, Fin Keel, Yanmar Diesel 3 GM30 (27 HP).  Bought in Chicago 4/20/05 and trucked to Detroit.  Boat colors are tie-dye.

#0401 Voyager, Chicago, stephen-sonia@knology.net , Mark 1, Standard Rig, keel  5.3, Atomic Gas engine,

#0407, CATSPAW,  Blaine WA,

#0415, D'Estes, Robert Deschaine, South Haven, Michigan, bobd@brproducts.com, no web, 1977, Sloop, Std Rig, Keel 5', Main Spinnaker Foresail Genoa, Universal 30hp First Sailboat

#0421, Boat Currently has no name. Behind layers of paint one can make out faint lettering "ENCORE", Val Vechnyak, Morgan Marina, 1976-77, Mark I, Tall Rig Bowsprit TR, Bacon Sails 135%, Atomic 4.

#0427, Starkite , George and Cyndi Durden, Berkeley CA, duc4two@gmail.com, NA, 1977, Mark I, Std Rig, Fin Keel, #1 155 Quantum - #2 135 Doyle - #3 110 Doyle, Universal M3-20B, Folding Prop

#0444, Sloop Du Jour, Ian P. Sokoloski, AIA, Little Italy, Maryland, sicily@earthlink.net, 1977, Mk I, SR, Shoal Keel, Original Sails, Atomic 4
Wonderful boat in fabulous condition.  The A-4 purrs like a kitten and the sails look like new.  The teak interior has aged well and is kept oiled, not varnished.  With the exception of a Harken roller-furling system, very little has been modified on the boat.  A real joy to sail!

#0450 Mar Brisa, Trevor & Lesley Brown & Mark & Susan Laurie of Brisbane Australia. trevandles@hotmail.com 1978, Mark 1 Tall Rig Deep Keel Bowsprit 12 HP Yanmar just rebuilt 2004 Three Blade Prop.Moored at Wynnum Manly Yacht Club Marina Manly. Built approx 1978 bought to Australia 1991 we are the third Australian Owners. We have just purchased our Catalina 30 May 2004 & look forward to some good comfortable Cruising.

#0451 , "CooKoos Nest" , Dave Wilson & Dave Aprea, Long Beach, CA, dswilson-ns08@hyperdisk.com, 1977, Tall rig, fin keel, Universal diesel, purchased in Aug 07 from John S, his son used to race it from 2002 to 2006. We been working the kinks out and making improvements. Has reinforced rigging which handled 30+knot winds and 8-12 foots seas last Sept going to Catalina from LB. Great test for me and the boat. Looking to upgrade autopilot and get folding prop this year. Images at http://mail.hyperdisk.com/users/dswilson/Boat/

#0467, Eurydice, George Biery, Berkeley, CA, gmbiery@pacbell.net, no web address, 1976, Mark I, Std. Rig (SR), Fin Keel, Atomic 4 in great shape!, Martec folding,
We race Eurydice competitively on San Francisco Bay against other Cat30s, in PHRF in club races, and cruise her throughout the Bay and California Delta.  She is a competitive racer and a comfortable cruiser. 

#0499, Fantasy, Larry Jacobs, Mariner’s Cove Whidbey Island, larryjac@gmail.com,, 1978, Mark I Std Rig , Keel Fin, Sails, Repowered with 1989 Universal M25XL,  2 blade Prop, furler with 140 genoa - just bought from Canada for a good exchange rate. 

#0504, SOLITAIRE, Rick and Nancy McCracken-Bennett, Sandusky, Ohio, mccrackenbennett@gmail.com, no web address, 1977 Mark I, fin keel, SRF full batten main, 135% furling jib, Atomic 4, three blade prop

#0514, Clewed In, Joe & Liz Krukosky, Havre de Grace, MD, joe@clewedin.com, http://www.clewedin.com/blog/catalina-30-restoration, 1977, Mark I, Std Rig, Fin Keel, Main & 150 Genoa, Atomic 4, Boat is currently undergoing major refit and should be sailing summer 2009.  Check out the blog at www.clewedin.com

#0527, Burly Girl, M. McDole, Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii.  Built 1977, Mark I, Tall Rig, Fin Keel, Sails: Main, Jib on Harken Roller, Yanmar 3GM30F inboard diesel engine, 3-blade bronze prop.  Previous owner transpac'd her over here from southern California.  She's currently at the Makani Kai Yacht club in beautiful Kaneohe Bay.

#0543, Moby Dick, Joe friedman, Mattituck, ny, joef@vdot.net, , 1977, Mark I, Std, Bs, Fin, Main/135/150, A-4, 2 blade fixed

#0553 After You (formerly Dokter) Steve & Joan Fronapfel Keyport, NJ pengwins4@att.net 1977 Mark I, TR, BS, Fin, Main & 155 on Harken roller, no spin, Yanmar YSB12, Martec Folding 13x12 prop.
Bought her about 10 years ago - upgraded chain plates, spreaders, prop - PHRF 180, non-spinnaker Club Champ 4 of last 5 years, so this one can sail!  Sail out of Keyport Yacht Club on Raritan Bay, NJ (just outside New York Harbor)  Love this boat!

#0561, Sally Lynn, Wayne McMillen, Moss Landing,CA, cmywily@aol.com , 1977, Mark I, TR, BS, Wing Keel, 15 hp OB. The name is in loving memory of my wife.

#0575 , Asylum, Edgar and Katherine Gutierrez, Stony Point NY, asylum575@aol.com, 1977, Mark I, SR, Fin, A 4, 3 blade prop
Purchased as "Doc's Cabin" from a charity.  Donated as a wreck. A phenomenal list of upgrades and repairs, soon to be organized for all to enjoy.  Anyone who has seen the boat through the transformation can not believe it.

#579, Flying Dutchman, Richard and Mary Jo DePriest, Arboles, Colorado, maryjo@my.amigo.net, 1978, Std. Rig Bowsprit, Fin Keel, Sails, Atomic 4, We bought this boat from a family who had kept it at Pueblo Reservoir for 28 years. We've not won any races but I suspect that's more the sailors than the Dutchman's fault. 

#0585, Dragon, St. George (Saint) B. Pinckney, Deltaville, VA, Stpinckney@comcast.net, 1977, Mk I, TR, Fin, Main, 170%, 130%, YSB12, 2 blade
Tiller steering, Often fly the "Cross of St. George" flag (white with red cross) from Starboard spreader when aboard.

#0598, PlusOne, Cliff Carter, Oak Bay British Columbia, cliffc@city.victoria.bc.ca, 1977,Mk 1, Std, Fin, 2mains, 2-153% genoas, Yanmar 2GM, Campbell 3 blade Sailor Prop,  Repower from YSE-12 to 13 HP Yanmar in 2004, wheel steering, Dickinson propane furnace, upgraded interior.  All work by owner over past five years. Sailing season 2004 = 71 days and 59 nights away on PlusOne.

#0600, Kalena,  Neil & Caren Dutton, San Pedro, CA, neil@duttonengineering.com, 1977, Mk 1, SRFK, A4, Full refit and upgrade 2006.

#0607, Serenity Now, Spencer and Teresa, Great Salt Lake Marina, rpm@xmission.com, 1977, SR, FIN, Doyle, atomic 4, folding , New engine rebuild (w/fresh water cooling) , New standing and running rigging, New wiring, New bottom, New plumbing, Christened in Oceanside, Ca. Has been in the Great Salt Lake for over 20 years. She enjoys sailing year round and is used almost weekly, the old gal’s still in pretty good shape.

#0621,Cold Steel,John Hardt,Newport QLD ,Australia,jhardt@virginbroadband.com.au,1978,Fin,150 Roller Furler,MK1, Tall,30hpVolvo.

#0632, Drambuie, Owner: Allen Schweitzer, Hailing Port: Boston, MA  allenschweitzer@yahoo.com, 1977, Mark I, Std Rig, no Bowsprit, Keel: Fin, Sails, 100% 150% (new 2001) Yanmar 2GM20F (new 2001) Prop, CDI composite 2 blade, 15"
The boat is in excellent condition.  Many upgrades have been done & are continued to be done, including:  New motor, new prop, new prop shaft,  muffler, rudder, chainplate upgrade, teak combing trim, VHF, AutoHelm,  fresh water pump, inflatable & outboard, bottom job....the list goes  on.  Though she's over 25 years old she still looks & performs like a new boat.

#0633, HALEAKALA, David & Jennifer Cielusniak, New York, NY, DMCx22@aol.com, 1977, SR, Shoal, 150% RF, Atomic4, wheel steering. She is in phenomenal condition!

#0640, Ruille Buille, Evan Wright and Candice Vance, King Harbor, evanw25@cox.net, 1977, MKI, TR, Fin, Main, 150% Genoa, M3-20, single oil screw,
We are the second owners, having purchased the boat in 1995 from the original owner, Joe Mitchell.  Mr. Mitchell was very active with the King Harbor Yacht Club (KHYC), and he had sold his boat to us due to his wife's declining health.  We learned on a sail to Catalina last year, that both of the Mitchells have passed away.  The Mitchell's were proud of their Irish heritage, and the unique color scheme and decoration of our vessel, Ruille Buille remains in their original vision.  All canvas colors are in green, and the Genoa has green and orange panels, reminiscent of the Irish national flag.  Our sailboat is in very good shape for one that has been in constant use for 25 years.  Most of the gear is original, except the engine.  Mr. Mitchell was very diligent on record keeping... he passed along receipts for EVERYTHING he ever spent on the boat... including his original purchase bill!  The name Ruillie Buille, as was told to us by Mr. Mitchell, is Irish Gaelic for "confusion"... a very apt description we have been told... for those boat guests who had participated in their many parties onboard.  This boat has a lot of love and history.

#0655, Toole’n Around, Chris Toole, Rochester NY, team118@rochester.rr.com, 1977, Mark I, SR, Fin, Main/Genoa, Atomic, 3 Blade, Originally named Tom Kat…removed all interior and exterior wood last winter and refinished. Replaced galley and head countertops with white Formica. Installed double bilge pumps per Don Casey’s suggestion. Rewired entire boat with exception of mast. Built box to fit over nav table to house Blue Seas AC, DC and Batter Switcher and Xantrex Monitor and Auto Bilge Switch. Placed 2 house batteries below nav table and created shutter panel to cover opening. Moved engine gauges to port/stern of cockpit for better access with new panel and gauges. Replaced old panel hole with winch handle combing. Installed external Blue Seas switch panel to operate exterior lights. Installed 587ci Humminbird Plotter/Depth Finder. Still lots to do!!! Love this boat!!!

#0675, "Counsel THIS", Judith Toffenetti/Isken Kutlucinar, Mears Marina, Kent Narrows MD,1977, STD, Shoal keel, Atomic 30

#0695, Lenny and Linda Smith, Port Clinton, Ohio, lowgunn4@bright.net, 1977, SR, Fin, Full Batten Main, Furling 150, 110, 170 reacher/drifter, A4, 2 Blade
This is our first boat. We now have 3 full seasons of experience and are finally starting to feel comfortable with our boat handling abilities in most conditions. We can also hold our own in competition.

#0700, Foo  (my youngest daughter's nickname) Lake Charles, Louisiana dledoux2@earthlink.net 1977, Mark I standard rig, fin keel, Main, 150 genny, 130 genny, spinnaker Atomic 4 with original prop (soon to upgrade the engine with electronic ignition and a new prop.) 
After months of looking for an older boat for me and the kids, I finally settled on this one.  I closed the deal on 11/22/02 and sailed that afternoon from Kemah, Texas.  We enjoyed a windless motor through Galveston bay.  The wind picked up upon exiting the Galveston Bay, and we had an exhilarating (15-20 kt. winds and 4-6 foot seas and a close reach all the way!) nighttime passage from Galveston to Port Arthur TX, then a nice leisurely motor from Port Arthur to Lake Charles via the Intercostals Waterway and the Calcasieu ship channel.
I bought an older boat knowing that it entails a lot of little things to bring it up to good condition, but this one started out in sailing condition and I don't mind house-keeping.  I do find the boat is comfortable, although a bit squirrelly while motoring.  Under sail, I found that a decent trim and you can lock the rudder down and it will hunt plus or minus ten degrees all night by itself.  The rig (upgraded by previous owners for racing) is easy to use for relative novices such as myself.  I've sailed dinghies for years.  This is my first "big" boat.  It's hoot!

#0711, Arcturus, Bob Garrant, Severna Park MD, bgarrant@i4dm.com, n/a, 1977, Mark I, SR, Fin, FX Sails, Atomic 4, 2 blade, Arcturus  yellow star yellow hull

#0714,Summer Snow, Jerry Noland, Duluth MN, jerry@jerrynoland.com, http://jerrynoland.com, 1977,I,SR,Fin,Main/155% Genoa/Jib/Cruising Spinnaker, Yanmar YSB12,2-Blade Fixed,
I purchased this sailboat in the spring of 2003 at Marinette WI and then sailed it from Lake Michigan to Lake Superior (700+ miles).

 #0725, Wind Jammer, Bob Hamilton, Pasadena MD, bobha@asg.com, www.goldenageboats.com, 1977, Mark I, Tall Rig Bowsprit (TR, BS), Fin keel, Assorted sails, Yanmar 2QM15, 3 blade prop, Solid boat, but needs lots of work. Was a moldy, nasty boat when I bought it. Expect it to take 2-3 years to refurbish.

#0740,  Si Bella 2, Dan and Eva Bartlett ,   Channel Islands Harbor, Ca.  Peterbiltpilot@gmail.com,  1977,  MK1, Standard rig,  Still in very good condition.  Sails regularly.  Roller furling jib,  Electric windlass,  3 cylinder diesel (upgrade) w/ 50 hours as of this posting.  Still tiller helm, Natural gas 2 burner stove,  Magna NG BBQ too.  Hot water heater, Auto helm,  fresh electrics,  rebuilt head as well as new plumbing.  We love this Catalina 30!

#0747, Mareequa Z, Brian and Marie Buel, Ventura CA, brian@babymogul.com, 1977, Mark I, TR, Fin, Atomic 4 (rebuilt), 2 blade, factory wheel, 
This is my 2nd C30 - I just bought her and has been getting a lot of the TLC she's been needing for some time.  She had been a live aboard in San Diego and ended up being somewhat misused.  Just rewired adding a new breaker panel and other misc electrical items, rebuilt the head and replaced the hoses, have been caring for the interior teak plus a number of other jobs.  She's really starting to shape up.

#0748, Kailua, Kevin and Nina Kendrick, Gig Harbor WA, kkendrick@harbornet.com,,1977,Mark I, SR, Fin, ancient Main and new North 135 on Shaeffer Furler, Beta 20hp diesel, Martec folding, Still a pleasure to own and sail

#0755, Killashandra, Patrick O'Rourke, Manasquan, N.J., cavan52@csionline.net ,1977, Mark1,SR,Fin Keel, 2 mains, 2 jibs, Spinnaker and storm sail, Rebuilt Atomic 4 in 2002, myself of course, 2 and 3 blade prop,
getting it ready in a year or 2 to go down to the Keys from New Jersey. Changing a lot of things to suit myself as I will sail down solo. That's the dream........

#0765,Salud, Dale & Sally Schmerheim, Elk Rapids, Mi., salud@mich.com, 1977, Mark 1, Std, Shoal, full battened main, 150 furling genoa (colored), cruising spinnaker, Atomic 4, rebuilt 1994, 2 blade prop.

We are second owners of this excellent cruiser.  Owned since 1983 and many enjoyable hours of sailing on Lakes Michigan and Huron.  Equipped with Loran, auto-helm (tiller), marine radio, all safety equipment, looks and acts like new boat.

#0773, Blown Away, Dan Wilcox, Carolina Beach, NC, dan@beachpc.com, beachpc.com, 1977, Mk I, SR, Fin, Main w/Half Battens (running loose footed), 135 RF, Atomic 4, 2 Blade

#0782, Grand Illusion, Kurt Smith, Rogers City, MI , Sailsmithk@gmail.com , 1978 SR Fin RF 150, Main, Cruising Chute, A4. 2blade-folding prop, Looking for Dodger Hardware and Davits!  Please - Send me any cool projects that you have done on your boat.

#0796, Hold Fast, Steve Hagberg and Angelo Banfi, Marina Del Rey, CA, stevenhagberg@aol.com, abanfi65@gmail.com, 1977, Mark I, Std Rig, Fin Keel, Standard Main (from #6184) and 150% Genoa Sails, Volvo model 2002, 14X10 3-blade fixed prop (we have been advised to change it to a 13") Hold Fast is generally in good condition with wheel steering, Harken roller furling, Raymarine autohelm, good canvas, and a pleasure to sail. We purchased Hold Fast in October 2012.#0806, Selkie, John Graham,, , 1978, Mark I, Standard Rig (SR), Fin keel, Main & 135 RF, Yanmar, 2 bladed prop, ...

#0814, "Wandering Star", Don and Marilyn Goodman, Nanaimo BC Canada, 1978 SR. Original owners, extensively modified and upgraded. Member Nanaimo YC and C30 Fleet 37 Vancouver Island. Cruising area Desolation Sound, BC.

#0818, Windigo, Harry Weiler, Sidney, BC. 1977. Members of IC30A Fleet 37.
Cruising area southern BC coast and Gulf Islands.

#0834, High Life, Paul Annexstad, Pensacola, FL, Paul.annexstad@cox.net, 1978 year, Mark I, SR, Fin,  RF 135%, A4, Indigo 3 Blade, Bought the boat in San Diego in 2002 and shipped it to Pensacola when I moved in 2004.  Have re-gel coated entire topsides and replaced original A4 with a rebuilt, as well as installed FWC on engine, air conditioning and heat as well as many other upgrades throughout the boat.

#0835, Charlena, Mickey and Nancy Garner,  Portland, OR., mickeyandnancy@comcast.net , 1978, Std Rig, Fin Keel,  Yanmar YSB12,  3 Blade,  I just bought it in July.  Needs allot of work.  Repowering soon with a new Beta Marine 20 HP.  High Hopes.

#0848; Painkiller; Cathy & Bruce Smith; San Diego, CA; 1978;  Tall rig with bowsprit; fin keel; 2008 full batten main from Fx sails and 2009 genoa from Fx sails; 10 hp Volvo/Penta diesel with two blade prop.  We purchased the boat in 2007.   Wheel steering was added before we purchased the boat.  We have made improvements since we bought it.  The old blocks, which may have been original, were replaced with Harken blocks.   The main halyard was led back to the cabin and Garhauer double rope clutches were installed.  original Barlow cabin top winch was replaced with a Harken 16 self-tailing winch.  My father-in-law, Bill Jordan, lovingly refinished the exterior teak.  We replaced all the canvas, Our beagle, Bob Marley, loves to sail and nap in the cockpit. 

#0866, Waves of Grace, Ryan Smith & Bob Shuck , Sidney BC Canada, ryan@hmitechnologies.com, n/a, 1978, MK1, SR, Fin, n/a, Perkins M30, 2-blade, Boat is in nice shape, sails well and is  great for our families to cruise on.  Lots of power with the M30 diesel!

#0871, Little Hope, Wallis Erickson, San Diego California, wlerickson@cox.net, 1977, SR, Replacement Universal M4-30,  A great engine but likes high RPMs. cruses under power @ 6K. The boats in very good condition and used often. I've owned it since '99. It lives on a mooring in Americas Cup Harbor.

#0873, Paradise, Dennis Jackson, Coronado CA, djackson@san.rr.com, 1978, Mark 1, SR, Fin, Main-Jib-150% Genoa, Atomic 4, 2 Blade. I have the good fortune to be the original purchaser/owner of this boat. Except for a few pieces of exterior teak wood, she is all original except for the original North sails which were replaced in 2006 (with Ullman Sails ), the installation of a Shaffer 1100 headsail furler (life does get easier with it) and installation of a Flexofold 2 blade folding prop. The engine has accrued 850+ hours  without any failures (and less than stellar maintenance plus a few owner induced salt water inductions). Custom installations include an Allen Pedestal Steerer (not cables in the system to break or jump off quadrants). The interior is all teak; I removed the oiled finish in the late 80's  and applied satin finish Flecto Varathane - it still has a  beautiful, soft & warm look that has only required occasional dusting. The only down-sides to her is that the gel coat is a bit dull (and now thin due to the required rub-outs/polishing).  In November 2008, I had the bottom reworked to eliminate the formation of blisters (speed bumps) by having the bottom (from the boot stripe down) sanded away gel coat and all down to the laminate and rebuilt with a super hard and smooth barrier coating (Ceram-Kote 99M) applied. I did not have anti-fouling applied-my bit for the ‘green’ world- so no copper or other potentially nasty stuff will pollute the waters; the down side is that my favorite diver now has an assured source of income for the next 10 years-the bottom needs cleaning every 2 – 3 weeks. The combination of a smooth bottom and folding prop has increased boat speed on all points of sail by at least 0.5 kts.  I look forward to another 25 years with her but she will need new keel bolts to get that far (and I'll probably need a few parts repaired/replaced too). Racing Update: We took 1st place in the Cruising Division of the 2010 IC30 National Regatta in San Diego with 4 firsts and a second place finish (a 309 took first place in one race and second place in the other four races). We also captured 1st place in the 2010 Silver Gate YC Family Fleet races and 1st place in the 2010 San Diego Catalina Association fleet races. In some of the races, she was able to outrun C27’s, C30’s, C309’s, C34’s, C36’s, and C42’s; in the other races, the handicap pushed us out in front. All races, except the Nationals, were raced single handed. Just gotta love this boat!!!

#0875, Caper, Mike and Gloria Hardcastle-Taylor, San Diego, mghardcastle@earthlink.net,1978, Mark 1, SR, Fin, Main, Jib & 150 Genoa, all original, Atomic Four, two blades. 
We found her in May, 2001, using the net. She is our first-owned boat, and her previous owner(s) took great care of her. She's drop-dead gorgeous and came at such a good price that we're going to make Frank Butler proud (but hopefully not too much richer) by giving her everything she needs to make her the sweetest coastal cruiser in SO CAL.

#0883,Odyssey, Ron & Ann Nickles, Wickford, RI, ra.nickles@usa.net, 1978, Mark I, TR, BS, Fin Keel, 140RF on CDi, Universal XP25, Martec 2 blade. Third owner since 1986. Repowered in 1999, Upgraded elect panel to circuit breakers, strip bottom and added epoxy barrier coat, New Dodger and awning, Upgraded Edison to cables w/i conduit (saves much space in qtr birth). New main and jib from Neil Pride 2003(the best I have seen), Just ordered replacement interior cushions. We love how she sails and the TR  performs very well in New England.

#0888, DEE GIZMO, Dee & Errell Steele, Distant Island SC,  errell@islc.net  1978 Mk I, SR, Fin, YSM-12, 3 blade.

#0896, Super Stout, Neil McGuinness, Coronado CA, neilmcg@cox.net, 1978, Mark I, TRBS, fin, Atomic 4, folding prop, new main 2010 loose fitted, 155, 135, 100 tall, storm sail jibs, three spinnakers 1/2, 3/4, and 3/4 heavy, 3/4 asymmetric,  PHRF 87758 originally Super Plum bought new by Brad XXXX an avid racer of King Harbor Yacht Club, originally loaded with all the stuff to go fast like tiller, about 10 sails and spinnakers  including a blooper lots of winches, dual halyards internal, adjustable back stay, 11  RUBBER DINGY AND 6 HP outboard and sold off when the next hot thing came along. Bought by a cruiser guy in Ventura, who equipped Super Plum with cruise features like plenty of lights, 110 power outlets, powered refrigerator, dual natural gas for stove, natural gas rail BBQ, radio in and out, rebuilt nav table higher, electric fresh water pump with accumulator, electric (and manual Whale bilge pumps, and auto pilot. He never used any of the racing sails except the main and one jib.  I bought it in 1999 and renamed it Super Stout.  As a racer I added more go fast stuff like adjustable jenny cars, 1/2 oz and 3/4 asymmetric spinnakers, flat Garhauer traveler bar with 6:1 purchase, rerouted main sheet directly down from the three boom bails to the traveler car into a five pulley Harken Fiddle with dual lines for 4:1, 8:1 purchase, installed four gang line clutch stoppers on each side to 4 pulley organizers on each side, added boom brake, rebuilt outhaul with internal multi-purchase and replaced boom end with exit pulley to small traveler on top of boom end, added jiffy AAAA,  stern perch seats, added custom spinnaker bag with mesh sides and Velcro opening to attach to inside of forward hatch, replaced all outside wooden handles and rails with stainless steel, replaced all outside wood with solid white polypropylene (starboard type material) including companionway door, repainted topsides with LPU and embedded heavy grit forward and light grit aft except seats, new rub rail, new aluminum spreaders, replaced  pushpit with back opening stern ladder, all rigging replaced 2009, Amsteel lifelines, installed new Atomic short block 2010, rebuilt exhaust routing 6 inches higher to from manifold to water lift can, installed fresh water engine cooling, has depth, boat and wind speed, relative wind indicator gauges, refinished counter tops to white, replace heavy pull down dine table with pedestal type, added holding tank and alternate overboard macerator, continuous maintenance and replacement of wear items like batteries etc. Has 2 F27 for house and one F24 for engine start with new smart type two line battery charger

#0902, Sanctuary, Gary Hoffer, Marina Del Rey CA, Gary@diemltd.com, http://www.diemltd.com, 1978, Mark I, SR, Fin, Main Furling Jib, Atomic 4, 3 blade, Just purchased this boat and will be putting it back in order over the next 2 years. I look forward to many trips to Catalina and back.

#0920  Little Jeanne, Gary & Jean Blessing, Wichita, KS, lanciabeta@hotmail.com, 1978 MK I, SR, Fin, Main & 130 Genoa, Atomic 4,  ficed 2 blade prop, ancient furler with a single piece luff & no head stay, full Garhauer traveler set and huge bimini.

#0943, Windsong , Scott LeyVa, Sausalito, Scott@s2Lphotography.com, s2Lphotography.com, 1978, Mark I, Std Rig Bowsprit, Keel (Fin), 100%,150% Jibs,Std. Main, Yanmar Diesel

#0973, Obsession , Ken & Donna Nitchie, Malletts Bay, VT, knitchie@comcast.net,1978, Mark1, TRBS, Fin keel, Shaeffer 2000 furler with 110, 130 & 150, Full batten  main, Atomic-4, Indigo 3-blade prop,  Sails Lake Champlain, upgrades Edson helm, LPG stove & oven, GPS-Chart Plotter, VHF, Dodger  (was Ladyhawk after originally being Sunbern)

#0975, Honey's Money, Ronald&Karen Rettig, Muskegon Mi., RRJRETTIG1942@AOL.COM,1978, Mark1, Std. Rig, Fin keel,150 Roller with spare170 roller, Full batten  main.Atomic-4,2-blade prop 12-7,  Sails Lake Michigan, Muskegon to the north, upgrades Hot &Cold Water Pressure, Propane Stove& oven, Loran, GPS-Chart Plotter, Radar, New VHF-Full DSC capability with remote speaker Mic, New counter tops. Dodger

#0983, MOBY DUCK, RANDY AND LISA BALLENSKY, BAYVIEW IDAHO, capt2992@aol.com, 1978, SR, FIN KEEL, UNIVERSAL M25, 3 BLADE.

#0986, Time Flies, Matt & Kristen Regan, Wickford, RI, wchevron@gmail.com, 1978, Mark I, Std Rig, Wing Keel, Atomic 4, 2 Blade.  3rd owner since 2007.  Upgraded elec. panel to breakers, stripped & barrier coated bottom, new Garhaurer mid boom traveler, new cushions, new dodger & bimini, new winches.  1st boat for my wife & myself.  We & the kids love it. (formerly Destiny)

#0996, Atraveda, Rich Piedmont, Lake George, NY, richpiedmont@gmail.com, , 1978, Mark I, SR, Fin Keel , Main 135G, Yanmar 2YM15, 3 blade prop, In the process of replacing a worn out jib furler; removed the old radar and installed a lot of the Garhauer mods (rigid vang, traveler)  rigging for single handed sailing.