Discussion in 'Capri/Catalina 14 Talk' started by Jaybird_0072, Jun 11, 2008.
Anyone want to share a picture or two of their boat?
My New Boat. 1992 with the rare blue and yellow sails
Daniel's Boat in Argentina
Here is my 14.2, in ARGENTINA!
A simple pict, on her first voyage (for me).
Here you go.
#151 as I bought it. My wife hasn't yet realized how much fun this will be. Question: Is this an original sail?
C14.2 at Lake Mc Conaughy (Nebraska)
July 4th weekend 2008.
Waiting for someone to take her sailing. Warm with good wind most of the weekend. (5 - 20 knots).
The day was not much for sailing with no wind, but good for a picture. The boat is new to me and I am loving it.
#1: Docked at Lake Calhoun in Minneapolis. #2: Looking back at the Minneapolis skyline.
Reply to Good Steel
Goodsteel/151. I have # 363 and my sail is the exact same color scheme, but in a different order. That smells original, but he logo and its placement are completely different on my mainsail, plus my sail is numbered 363 (matching the hull), which leads me to believe that yours is a replacement...
More Pixs. Anyone else have any cool pix? We need some action photos!!!
On the Choctawhatchee Bay in Florida
Me on the Choctawhatchee Bay in Ft Walton Beach, Florida, Thanksgiving of 2008.
1989 Catalina Capri 14.2
1984 Catalina 22
Admin for South Winds Sailing Club
I would be sailing now too, but in Indiana its about 20 degrees and the lakes are frozen....until next season
My 14.2 on Eagle Lake, MI
How about a pair?
The only 14.2s on Eagle Lake. I'll attempt an improved photo this season.
She is waiting for spring.
Under a nice cover, waiting for spring to come. I am counting the days!
Ok, one more post by me for an "action shot." Note a couple things on this. One, the skipper is my buddy (on his second time sailing my boat). Two, note the FISH jumping in the foreground. Three, seconds AFTER this shot, we got a gust, stood her on her beam, filled the cockpit with water, I dumped the jib (note I am playing the jib as he sails), and we flattened her and took off again! Thankfully he LOVED it.
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