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Michael Redmond

Michael Redmond
Michael grew up sailing on his family’s Lapworth 24. As a teenager, he spent two summers teaching sailing at a summer camp on Catalina Island. He has cruised Mexico and Alaska and raced in Los Angeles, San Francisco and Annapolis. He built a Pooduck Skiff which is a small plywood sailboat. Over the past 20 years, Michael has captained charter boats in the US, the British Virgin Islands and Croatia. He holds the necessary certifications to captain boats throughout Europe. Michael is a cabinet maker by trade. His current boat is a Vagabond 43 which he bought and brought up from Barra de Navidad Mexico. That boat is being refitted for world cruising in Oxnard, Ca.

Catalina 445: What You Should Know | Boat Review

Looking to buy a 40-50 foot sailboat? Considering a Catalina 445? See a Catalina 445 for sale? What are the pros and cons of...