Our work on the clean-up of the Catalina 22 is finished. We worked hard to get her clean and fixed up enough to sell and now she has gone to a new home in Georgia. She is going to have her renovation completed there by her new owner. Hopefully we will get pictures of her when she is fully completed. Here are some photos of our work (if you want to see the before and the after, check out the post How to De-Mast a Catalina 22 Sailboat photos).
It was a messy process of pulling every single thing out of the boat, pressure washing everything, and then putting it all back together again. It really was a lot of fun and had the timing been a little better we might have taken her out sailing before we sold her, but it wasn’t to be this time.
We were able to sell the boat for $3,000 to a Catalina restorer who said it would go for $6,000 when he got done with it, I hope it does, it was a nice little boat, and one a lot of sailors love to race. It is now off to a home in Georgia.