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This high quality cruiser is in great shape. The owner has taken incredible care of the boat. If you a looking for a very clean cruiser put this one on your list. This boat is truly turn key and ready to go.With a ton of recent updates, New standing rigging,New mast lights,New mast wiring, New toilet and plumbing.
Accommodation and Layout
V-berth forward, enclosed head to starboard with sink, shower, hot and cold pressure water, Y valve to holding tank. Hanging locker to port. L-shaped dinette to starboard converts to double berth, settee/berth opposite. Galley aft to port has a 2 burner propane stove with oven , ice box and sink. Chart table aft to starboard. Double quarter berth to starboard. Teak and holly sole, nice upholstery.
The CS 30 was designed by Tony Castro, best known for the Irish Admiral's Cup yacht Justine, and it definitely has some high performance characteristics. The boat is fairly light at 8,000 pounds, but has lots of weight down low; the 43 percent ballast ratio keel has a draft of five feet, six inches. This is balanced by a tall double-spreader masthead rig with a good deal of sail area. The CS 30 has a fine entry and a very flat underbody, but is not as beamy or as full all the way aft as some boats designed to exploit the IOR rule. According to Castro, "all these characteristics will produce a fast, well-balanced performance hull with docile behavior and gentle motion through the water," which should satisfy both the cruising family and the club racer. A CS 30 named Magic has been doing well in the MORC division in Toronto area racing, and CS Yachts is gratified with the design's performance. Nevertheless, CS spokesmen are quick to point out that this has been achieved without sacrificing cruising comfort or ease of handling.
-New standing rigging 2022
-New mast wireing and mast lights 2022
-New toilet 2022
-New head plumbing 2022
-Fresh bottom paint 6/22