Download it here. The app is searchable in the Google Play Store under Sailboat Owners.
Sorry iPhone/iPad users, we are still waiting on Apple. :(Click the X in the upper right corner to make this go away
the yahoo groups absolutely are active.. im a member. it is NOT a forum like this one, but in a much different format that i dont like so I rarely go there unless I see something of interest in my notifier.Looked for groups...none appear to be Cal 30, and those groups at Yahoo, dont appear to be active.
I appreciate your assistance!
i sent a link in my first reply to you... you need to figure out how to join the group from yahoos seemingly top secret method of navigating these things... I cant tell you because i dont even know how I stumbled on to it...can you give me a name of the group you are referring to? The group that would accept a lowly Cal 3-30 owner?
thats good information to have and share... if you go to http://richardanderson.net/calsailboats/ and post the information there, Richard will archive it for others to use.. or you can find his email there and send it to him that way, which may be a better way to get it to him..They are both complete ..... was no small feat given that parts for the Westerbeke are almost impossible to find. Thankfully I found the only guy on the planet who works on Paragons and he is in SC ..... well worth the find ....... he did an amazing job, was a pleasure to work with and has been working on them for over 40 years so he has tons of parts and the ingenuity to create the ones he doesn't have.
he has the most comprehensive collection of cal information on the web.... if there is another site thats better, its a very well kept secret... I have suggested to him that he should open a forum for cal owners, or at the very least have a cal owners registration page, but as much as he likes collecting and posting the information for others to use, he has no interest in constantly babysitting a webpage....Actually, let me correct that previous statement and say that I was distracted by the Sun Odyssey and therefore thought perhaps the CALs were a passing fancy for Mr. Andersen. Upon revisiting I see his CAL section is most certainly active and growing. Thanks again for the resource.
There's a company in Washington that makes custom Yacht windows. MotionWindows. My father sent in a drawing to them and they made up brand new windows (For a US30 we were restoring) at around $100 a window (Which is a steal) I doubt they'd still sell them at that. Their biggest concern was if they could make the radius on the corner of the window.Thanks S/V Resa for that link. I have been trying for months to connect with the yahoo group and thanks to your link I was able to send the request. We'll see what they think.
On another note ...... I bought my Cal 2 34 a year ago April and we have had quite the journey. One of her issues is one cracked window and one crazed window from the original stove that was in there. I am in Washington state and have been searching everywhere, (net included), to find someone who makes them. I've been told of a guy named Mark in California who builds them but I have not been able to find him. The 5400 they used to seal the outer frames to the plexiglass is impenetrable so I need to have new ones made.
Does anybody out there have any ideas or resources?
Am so glad to have found this list.
S/V Sea Jewel Cal 2 34