Cal Sailboats

October 9, 2016 | by Rich | 5 comments

Cal Yachts (aka Jensen Marine) was a manufacturer of performance oriented fiberglass sailboats from the 1960s to the 1980s. The Costa Mesa, California, headquartered company was founded in 1957, among the earliest of all-fiberglass, mass-production sailboat builders. Although the brand has been out of production for three decades, the existing fleet is still substantially active in racing and cruising.
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Information for Cal owners and Enthusiastscal 20, cal 24, cal 25, cal 27, cal 28, cal 29, cal 9.2, cal 30, cal 31, cal 33, cal 34, cal 35, cal 36, cal 39, cal 40, cal 43, cal 44, cal 46

I’m collecting as much information about Bill Lapworth’s Cal sailboats as I can find and posting it here.  So if you have something, please email it to me.. If you need something I have here, go ahead and download it.

Cal Boats General Documents

 

Wanna Get Work Done on Your Cal?  Check out these recommendations sent to me by Faith who had a lot of work done on the Cal 34 s/v Sea Jewel.

 

External Cal or Lapworth related Websites

 

Cal Model-Specific Information (Owners Manuals, Line Drawings, and more)

Cal 20       Cal 24       Cal 25      Cal 27     Cal 28      Cal 29

Cal 9.2      Cal 30       Cal 31      Cal 33     Cal 34      Cal 35

Cal 36       Cal 39       Cal 40      Cal 43     Cal 44      Cal 46

 

5 comments on “Cal Sailboats

  1. Hi, I’m not exactly sure how to email you directly so am leaving a message here. It was suggested by someone from the Sailboat Owners CAL forum site that I get in touch with you to share some resources I discovered during the course of rebuilding my 1975 Westerbeke 4-91 and Paragon transmission. I am located in Bellingham WA and my CAL 2 34 is at Squalicum harbor.

    • Ask your question at the Cal Boats page on facebook.

    • Hi Faith, wanted to let you know that I finally had time to add your content. I wasn’t really sure the best way to do it so I added a Vendor Testimonials page of sorts with your notes. I hope others find this useful.

  2. Hi Will, thanks for your reply. I don’t do facebook so I don’t really have that option :). What I did do was email Richard directly so he could post the resources I have to offer on his site. I’m not sure if he has seen fit to include them as I haven’t checked that site for a couple of weeks. In any case they’re out there in the ethernet should someone want to take advantage of them 🙂 Again, thanks for your interest and happy sailing!

    • I did get your docs, unfortunately I haven’t found time to figure out how best to put them online. I’ll do that soon. Thanks!!

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