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Posted: March 23 2010 at 13:20 | IP Logged Quote KB1011801

Trying to get information on the hull design for a 1978 33' Chris Craft Catalina.  Have an inquiry in the the Mariner's Museum but need a quicker answer.

Not sure if the hull is a solid fiberglass or wood core or fiberglass with epoxy putty.

Any documents that someone might be able to provide would begreat

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Posted: March 24 2010 at 09:08 | IP Logged Quote Berg

I know mine is straight glass but it is only a 251 Catalina. Not sure if they stepped up to a core material in the bigger hulls. Ask some of these guys in the Catalina forum. They are a close-knit bunch who know most of the ins and outs of these boats. Good luck with your search.

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Posted: April 03 2010 at 16:56 | IP Logged Quote adaleb

I own a 1979 Catalina 330 Flybridge Sedan. The hull is solid fiberglass.
No core. Decks are cored with plywood in some areas and balsa in
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