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Quanta 28 for sale in Seattle
Just a heads-up that I’ll be listing this exact Quanta 28 for sale shortly in the Seattle area. I’m asking $25,000 (USD), but I’m happy to pass it to someone in the CS enthusiast group at $20,000 (firm). It’s in better shape than I bought it from Sue Hoover in (other than some dock scuffs I got in a windstorm) and has had a few electronics/rigging upgrades.
If you or anyone in your group is interested, feel free to reach out to me and I can send the craigslist posting with more details and pictures.
Thanks, Peter Hallum
Holland Marine - Holland Marine Products is the source for those parts that in the past were only available from manufacturers such as CS Yachts including the old style grey window gasket for CS
CSOA (Canadian Sailcraft Owners Association) Forum
This is a source for CS discussions. The "digest" form is recommended as the most compact form of receiving the email. Any user can change to digest mode, and receive one message daily grouping all the messages sent that day.
CS Yacht Owners West was founded in 1997. We are a group of boaters primarily from the Pacific Northwest, who race and/or cruise CS (originally, "Canadian Sailcraft") sailboats (CS 27, 33, and 36T designed by Ray Wall, and the CS 30, 34, 36M and CS 40 designed by Tony Castro. We also welcome owners of the Quanta, a 28 ft. sailboat designed by Ray Wall who is retired in the Victoria area and is a member of our group.
Our regular cruising grounds include: Puget Sound, San Juan Islands, Gulf Islands, Howe Sound, Georgia Strait and Desolation Sound and beyond. Most of our members live in the Vancouver, southern Vancouver Island and Seattle areas.
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CS West Events
The 2020 Fall CS Rendezvous is on!
Wednesday, Sept 9 - Friday, Sept 11
Despite the cancellation of the 2020 Spring Rendezvous, all is not lost this year!
The Ladysmith Community Marina is open and waiting for your call to reserve moorage for the Fall CS Rendezvous. A big thanks to John Baker for organizing this rendezvous (and also the previously cancelled Spring Rendezvous).
Here is a note from the Ladysmith Community Marina:
"The Ladysmith Community Marina is accepting transient moorage! The Welcome Centre washrooms, showers and laundry facilities are available from 9 am to 5 pm daily. The Social Dock and pump out are available for use.
Enjoy breakfast or lunch at the Oyster Bay Café open 9 am to 3 pm daily. New this year, order your meal for delivery to your vessel!
Book your reservation online at https://marina.lmsmarina.ca/reservations/ or give us a call 250-245-1146.
Everyone’s health is important, thank you for practicing social distancing and frequent hand washing during your visit. We look forward to seeing you this summer!"
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Some photos from last year at Ladysmith. Click on images to enlarge.
To view more photos go up to the EVENTS tab at the top of this page.
Here are a couple of articles about CS adventurers: