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Welcome to CS West
CS West Executive 2021-2022
NEW - Schematic drawings for the CS 33
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
2021 Fall Rendezvous Photos
We held a very successful Fall rendezvous at Salt Spring Marina. 13 CS boats and 33 folks attended including several who drove in plus two more boats could have attended except they were already on Salt Spring. It was great to see some former CS owners as well as welcome new members. Highlights included the artisan tour, the prize draws, tech talk, new bocci champions, dinner at Moby's, and the farewell breakfast. Thanks to organizers Joanne and Judy, with help from Mike (bocci), Jeff and Maria (tai chi), Yvonne (prizes), David (tech talk) and Cliff. Thanks also to Salt Spring Marina, Tour Salt Spring, Moby's, Calibre Yachts, and Barb's Bakery.
Our Spring 2022 CS Rendezvous has been tentatively booked for the weekend (not weekday) at Telegraph Harbour.
Here are a couple of articles about CS adventurers: