CAL 34-III: Innovative Cruser, Old-Fashioned Standards
The asid test of a cruising boat hasn't changed. It's still how she performs at sea.
That's why a Cal-unlike some competitive boats—is still built first for sailing. And why Bill Lapworth, our designer, doesn't sacrifice performance for his cruisers' roomy cabins.
Our newest cruiser is the Cal 34-III: An offshore boat designed to handle offshore weather. And to keep you comfortable even on a daylong beat to windward.
Unlike many cruising boats, the Cal 34-III will sail close to the wind. She has the speed that Lapworth boats are known for. And she doesn't need her engine every time the wind goes light.
Traditional good looks At Cal we haven't forgotten what a sailing yacht should look like.
Which is why our newest cruiser has a rich, traditional, teak cabin. And an offshore cnriser's graceful sheer.
We also know a real cruiser has to be a self-sufficient boat. A boat a family can live on.
That's why we built the storage space that's needed on a 34-foot- er. Why we opted for a 2-cabin layout that is high on privacy. And put the Cal's big galley aft, where the motion of the boat is easiest when she's under way.
The Cal 34-111 is built for more than weekend cruising. If this kind of cnrising boat appeals to you, send in the coupon below.
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