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1969 Take the new CAL 21 Yacht out for a quick launch Take the new CAL 21 Yacht out for a quick launch (1969)

CAL boats the most successful racing-cruising boats in the world. Like the bigger ocean racers, the CAL 21 is self-righting and self-bailing.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-013-1969-BW-AD

1970 The New CAL 21 Sailboat: Loaf along at 50 knots. Or cruise at 5. The New CAL 21 Sailboat: Loaf along at 50 knots. Or cruise at 5 (1970)

Loaf along at 50 knots to your most successful racing/cruising favorite cruising grounds. You can explore new lakes, bays, and harbors every weekend -- in the new CAL 21.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-014-1970-BW-AD

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CAL 25: A Winner every way you look at her (1967)

The CAL 25 is fast -- CAL fast -- so she wins more than her share of races. But even when she's not racing, she's still a winner.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-005-1967-BW-AD

1977 CAL presents the second generation compact cruiser in the CAL 25 CAL presents the second generation compact cruiser in the CAL 25 (1977)

Our new CAL 25 is built to give you big-boat cruising capability -- headroom, head and optional diesel engine -- and still retains the easy handling of a compact 25-foot boat.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-036-1977-C-AD

1979 The CAL 25 Yacht by Jensen Marine The CAL 25 Yacht by Jensen Marine (1979)

The peace of mind that comes from knowing this 25-footer will perform handsomely. And years later, your CAL 25 will probably be worth more than what you paid for her.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-048-1979-C-AD

1977 CAL 2-27: A cruising classic. Not a racing has-been. CAL 2-27: A cruising classic. Not a racing has-been (1977)

The CAL 2-27 yacht is fast — on any point of sail. She doesn't die if the wind is light. Or knuckle under in a blow. But she doesn't have a racer's skittish helm or hard-to-manage sailplan.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-037-1977-C-AD

1973 CAL 29 Yacht: fast enough to win, big enough to enjoy, small enough to afford. CAL 29 Yacht: fast enough to win, big enough to enjoy, small enough to afford (1973)

The CAL 29 Yacht is big. She offers complete accommodations for six, with full standing headroom in both main and forward cabins.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-023-1973-C-AD

1973 CAL 29: How Lapworth unwinds on weekends CAL 29: How Lapworth unwinds on weekends (1973)

When Bill Lapworth gets away from his design board, it's to campaign his CAL 29, Merrydown. Hard.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-027-1973-C-AD

1973 The new CAL 29 Yacht: Built especially for the cruising sailor The new CAL 29 Yacht: Built especially for the cruising sailor (1973)

If you're a cruising sailor who doesn't like to waste time, see the new CAL 29 yacht. Your CAL dealer has one in the water waiting for you.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-028-1973-C-AD

CAL 20+ Foot Yachts

 

1969 Cal 2-30: Hot New Ocean Racer Cal 2-30: Hot New Ocean Racer (1969)

It's Lapworth's bold new Cal 2-30 that is eating up some of today's most highly regarded 35-40 foot racers, boat for boat. Look closely and you'll see a couple of the reasons why.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-008-1969-BW-AD

1974 CAL 3-30 Yacht: The new 3/4-ton champion. No ifs, ands, or buts. CAL 3-30 Yacht: The new 3/4-ton champion. No ifs, ands, or buts (1974)

The CAL 3-30 is Bill Lapworth's latest design — a new IOR champion. EL TIGRE II was raced completely stock, without a single modification …

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-030-1974-C-AD

1978 The New CAL 31 Yacht by Jensen Marine The New CAL 31 Yacht by Jensen Marine (1978)

Bill Lapworth, her designer, gave the new CAL 31 a generous 25'8" waterline. That's almost 2 feet longer than some boats in her class. And a good 4 inches longer than our own CAL 34.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-045-1978-C-AD-2

1973 Cal 33: She Promised To Be A Winner. She Delivered. Cal 33: She Promised To Be A Winner. She Delivered. (1973)

The new Cal 33 has been racing just a few short months. She has already run up a most impressive record in the most fiercely competitive events in the country.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-024-1973-C-AD

1967 The new Cal-34's are here! The new Cal-34's are here! (1967)

Less than two months in the water and still on shakedown, the new Cal-34's have already won their first two regattas. When Bill Lapworth designs a boat it's fast -- "Cal" fast!

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-002-1967-BW-AD-2

1968 CAL 34: big fast powerful CAL 34: big fast powerful (1968)

As if big, fast, powerful were not enough, the CAL 34 yacht is built of fiberglass to Jensen Marine standards, assuring low maintenance and high resale value.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-007-1968-BW-AD

1969 Jensen Marine's Cal 34 Yacht - Win in Comfort Jensen Marine's Cal 34 Yacht - Win in Comfort (1969)

Of all the Cal boats, the CAL 34 offers perhaps the best combination of "Cal fast" performance and luxurious cruising accommodations. Bill Lapworth designed the CAL 34.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-009-1969-C-AD

1970 The Cal 34's Built For Speed -- Don't Let the Plush Interior Fool You The Cal 34's Built For Speed -- Don't Let the Plush Interior Fool You (1970)

Don't let the plush interior fool you. The Cal 34's built for speed. Speed that's there from the beginning. Speed built right into the race-proven Bill Lap-worth design.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-017-1970-C-AD

1979 Thw Accomplished CAL 34 Cruising Boat The Accomplished CAL 34 Cruising Boat (1979)

Below decks on the CAL 34. the emphasis is on the practical. That's why you'll find ample accommodations for six. An L-shaped dinette. Even a separate navigator's station.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-046-1979-C-AD

1977 CAL 34-III: An innovative cruiser built to tough, traditional standards CAL 34-III: An innovative cruiser built to tough, traditional standards (1977)

The CAL 34-III is an offshore boat -- designed to handle offshore weather. A cruiser built to keep you comfortable even on a punishing daylong beat to windward.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-039-1977-C-AD

1978 CAL 34-III: An innovative cruiser built to tough, traditional standards CAL 34-III: An innovative cruiser built to tough, traditional standards (1978)

Unlike many cruising boats, the CAL 34-III will sail close to the wind. She has the speed that all of Lapworth's boats are known for.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-040-1978-C-AD

1974 CAL 35 Yacht: The extra 5 grand isn't for extras CAL 35 Yacht: The extra 5 grand isn't for extras (1974)

The CAL 35 is comfortable, luxurious and roomy. Yet she's a hell of a sailer. Five people can be as together or as alone as they want.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-032-1974-C-AD

1974 Introducing the CAL 35 Yacht Introducing the CAL 35 Yacht (1974)

The CAL 35 will get you there fast. A sleek boat with a full run keel and 546 square feet of easily handled sail.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-031-1974-C-AD

1967 The new CAL 36's racing everywhere winning everywhere! The new CAL 36's racing everywhere winning everywhere! (1967)

Most racing skippers know it takes time to race a new boat into shape. The new CAL 36 Yacht must be the exception that proves the rule.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-001-1967-BW-AD

1971 When it comes to winning speed, nothing comes close to the CAL 39 When it comes to winning speed, nothing comes close to the CAL 39 (1971)

George Griffith's CAL 39 Tabasco, fresh from her Class C victory in the Mazatlan, won first overall in the first race of the 1971 Whitney Series.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-019-1971-C-AD

1978 The CAL 39 Yacht by Jensen Marine The CAL 39 Yacht by Jensen Marine (1978)

On both CAL 39 hull designs, you'll find that many so-called extra-cost "goodies" are standard equipment. Like Barient winches. Pedestal steering. Pulpits and lifelines.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-044-1978-C-AD-2

1978 The New CAL 39 Yacht - A cruiser built for speed not rating points The New CAL 39 Yacht - A cruiser built for speed not rating points (1978)

Now Lapworth's done it again. His new CAL 39 is a superbly equipped —and fast—modern cruiser. Like the CAL 40, built to beat the competition—not the rule.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-042-1978-C-AD-2

CAL 30+ Foot Yachts
1979 The CAL 39 by Jensen Marine The CAL 39 by Jensen Marine (1979)

The CAL 39 doesn't sacrifice comfort, space or style. It is a boat that's uncompromisingly comfortable -- and even faster than a CAL 40.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-047-1979-C-AD

1981 Last year the CAL 39 outperformed many serious competitors Last year the CAL 39 outperformed many serious competitors (1981)

The entire CAL 39–hull, deck and interior–is the work of the master, Bill Lapworth, whose classic boats are simpy legends.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-050-1981-BW-AD-2

 

1967 CAL 40 wins Los Angeles to Honolulu Transpac Race CAL 40 wins Los Angeles to Honolulu Transpac Race (1967)

Once again, in this year's Los Angeles to Honolulu Transpac Race, CAL boats proved their ability to consistently win races under all sailing conditions.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-052-1967-BW-AD-2

1967 Incredible CAL 40 Yacht wins Ensenada Race Incredible CAL 40 Yacht wins Ensenada Race (1967)

In the largest international yacht race in the world. racing in a fleet larger than the Spanish Armada, CAL boats delivered the winning punch.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-003-1967-BW-AD

1969 CAL 40 Yacht: Deluxe Express to Hawaii CAL 40 Yacht: Deluxe Express to Hawaii (1969)

We have incorporated a deluxe interior into CAL 40. It includes fully trimmed bulkheads, ceilings and cabinets: multi-coat varnish finishes on all the interior mahogany.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-011-1969-C-AD

1970 Introducing the Fast New Cal 43 Designed by Bill Lapworth Introducing the Fast New Cal 43 Designed by Bill Lapworth (1970)

Introducing the fast new Jensen Marine's luxurious, new CAL 43 is in her first season of racing. And 1st's is about all she's getting on Long Island Sound.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-018-1970-C-AD

1983 Introducing the CAL 44 Yacht by Bangor Punta Marine Introducing the CAL 44 Yacht by Bangor Punta Marine (1983)

The designers of the new CAL 44, C. Raymond Hunt Associates of Boston, proposed an aft cockpit for several good reasons. Here are the top three.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-051-1983-C-AD

1967 The New Cal Cruising 46 Yacht - A Real Home Afloat The New Cal Cruising 46 Yacht - A Real Home Afloat (1967)

Designed by Bill Lapworth for excellent sailing performance, the Cal Cruising 46 sails at a steady 8 knots in a breeze and cruises at 8.2 knots under her fresh-water cooled Perkins diesel.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-004-1967-C-AD

1972 CAL 2-46 - The Most Completely Comfortable World Cruising Yacht CAL 2-46 - The Most Completely Comfortable World Cruising Yacht (1972)

Now look at the new Cal 2-46. Notice the traditional long shoal-draft keel of the 2-46 -- the same basic hull design that has provided fast and easy passages for more than a century.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-053-1972-C-AD-2

1973 The New CAL 2-46 The New CAL 2-46 (1973)

Announcing the Most Completely Comfortable World Cruising Yacht in Production Today. THE NEW CAL 2-46.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-026-1973-C-AD-2

1975 The new CAL 2-46: Because getting there's half the fun The new CAL 2-46: Because getting there's half the fun (1975)

Write for our complete brochure. You'll be convinced that someone has finally designed a production yacht that is the almost perfect worldwide cruiser.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-033-1975-C-AD

1976 CAL 2-46: Because an offshore cruiser doesn't have to sail like an antique CAL 2-46: Because an offshore cruiser doesn't have to sail like an antique (1976)

The CAL 2-46 weighs 15 tons. Hefty for a coastwise cruiser. But light for an offshore boat. So she rises over massive ocean rollers like a modern ocean racer.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-034-1976-BW-AD-2

1973 New half ton CAL T/2 Yacht: already a proven winner New half ton CAL T/2 Yacht: already a proven winner (1973)

Bill Lapworth knew what he was doing when he sat down to design a new boat to bring home the silverware from international Half Ton races.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-025-1973-C-AD

1972 New Quarter Ton CAL T/4 New Quarter Ton CAL T/4 (1972)

The CAL T/4 looks and feels as good as she goes. Her roomy two-cabin interior is exquisitely finished in mahogany or optional teak. She has berths for four including an enclosed head...

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-021-1972-C-AD

CAL 40+ Foot Yachts
1981 The New CAL Meter Edition 9.2 Yacht The New CAL Meter Edition 9.2 Yacht (1981)

The CAL 9.2 looks to you like a 30' Ron Holland Half Tonner with a deckhouse. Its origin is indeed a flat-out race-bred hull that beats, reaches and runs with ferocity.

GGA REF: BPCJM-049-1980-C-AD-2

 

CAL / Jensen Marine Branding and Miscellaneous
1968 Since the East wanted so many CAL boats, we shipped them … an entire Jensen Marine plant 1968 Since the East wanted so many CAL boats, we shipped them … an entire Jensen Marine plant

Thanks to our new East Coast plant, the rising demand for CAL 20s, 25s, and 28s east of the Mississippi is being met without coast-to-coast freight charges.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-006-1968-BW-AD

1969 CAL boats get racing winches from Barlow as standard equipment 1969 CAL boats get racing winches from Barlow as standard equipment

Now precision racing winches are standard equipment -- they come with every CAL boat at no extra cost. They are, by name, Barlow winches.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-010-1969-BW-AD

1969 Invincible Cal Boats Do It Again 1969 Invincible Cal Boats Do It Again

In an amazing display of consistency, Jensen Marine's CAL boats scored a clean sweep in the 1969 Honolulu race, finishing First, Second and Third Overall.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-012-1969-BW-AD-2

1972 Announcing the CAL Sail-Away-Now Program 1972 Announcing the CAL Sail-Away-Now Program

From now until February 1 you can get the CAL boat of your choice. You can get it fully equipped with sail-away features such as pulpits and lifelines, and other extra equipment.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-022-1972-BW-AD

1978 Jensen Marine Full Six Month Warranty 1978 Jensen Marine Full Six Month Warranty

Buy any new Jensen Marine sailboat and you'll get one of these amazing warranties absolutely free. It's called the Jensen Marine Full Six Month Warranty.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-043-1978-C-AD

 

CAL / Jensen Marine Catalogs
1970 CAL Boats - The Total Performance Fleet 1970 CAL Boats - The Total Performance Fleet

The 'CAL' fleet is the most successful line of racing boats ever produced. Year after year, 'CAL' boats dominate the competition.

GGArchives REF: BPCJM-016-1970-C-AD-4

 

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