CAL 20-Foot Sailboats & Yachts
CAL boats the most successful racing-cruising boats in the world. Like the bigger ocean racers, the CAL 21 is self-righting and self-bailing.
GG Archives REF: BPCJM-013-1969-BW-AD
Loaf along at 50 knots to your most successful racing/cruising favorite cruising grounds. You can explore new lakes, bays, and harbors every weekend -- in the new CAL 21.
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The CAL 25 is fast -- CAL fast -- so she wins more than her share of races. But even when she's not racing, she's still a winner.
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Our new CAL 25 is built to give you big-boat cruising capability -- headroom, head and optional diesel engine -- and still retains the easy handling of a compact 25-foot boat.
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The peace of mind that comes from knowing this 25-footer will perform handsomely. And years later, your CAL 25 will probably be worth more than what you paid for her.
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The CAL 2-27 yacht is fast — on any point of sail. She doesn't die if the wind is light. Or knuckle under in a blow. But she doesn't have a racer's skittish helm or hard-to-manage sail plan.
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The CAL 29 Yacht is big. She offers complete accommodations for six, with full standing headroom in both main and forward cabins.
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When Bill Lapworth gets away from his design board, it's to campaign his CAL 29, Merrydown. Hard.
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If you're a cruising sailor who doesn't like to waste time, see the new CAL 29 yacht. Your CAL dealer has one in the water waiting for you.
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Bill Lapworth knew what he was doing when he sat down to design a new boat to bring home the silverware from international Half Ton races.
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The CAL T/4 looks and feels as good as she goes. Her roomy two-cabin interior is exquisitely finished in mahogany or optional teak. She has berths for four including an enclosed head...
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