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This smart design from the drafting table of Dick Newick is a pleasure to sail. It is roomy and comfortable and the sailplan is easily managed. With it's kick-up centerboards and rudders and 11" draft it is a true gunk-holer. And it really does fold (it is hinged down the mid-line) down to 8'6" for trailering.
Despite being a 1995 boat, the boat is in very good condition have undergone a recent refit
LWL: 21' 8"
Max Draft: 2' 10"
Min Draft: 11"
Displacement: 2340 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 33'
The Maine Cat 22 was designed as a daysailer but 3 to 4 adults can sleep comfortably if you set a tent up on the bridgedeck.
Fractional sloop rig with moderately roached mainsail. Roller furling, self-tacking 100% jib
New mainsail and jib.
• Custom rotating mast
• CustomTrampoline forward of crossbeam
• Rigid bridgedeck w/ hinged folding system
• Kick-up centerboards and rudders
• Outboard rudders with tillers connected by an aluminum crossbar
• Carbon tiller extensions
• Carbon tube joining the rudders
• Colligo synthetic shrouds
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