Camdeboo is one of those boats that when you see it, you know she’s built with the purpose to go far and wide. She is a serious boat and is a proven offshore/blue water machine. With her smooth, round bilges, at first glance you can’t tell that she is built of steel. The stainless capped toe rail gives it away though. There is so much to like about this boat. She has a long seagoing cockpit. The interior has been refit and looks great with her teak veneers and mahogany floor. This is a perfect boat for a family, or two families!— with three enclosed cabins, she easily sleeps eight people. Her headroom is 6’9” in the salon! She has one of the nicest galleys you will find. There is a massive amount of storage and plenty of tankage.
Camdeboo was purchased by her current owners in San Diego, March of 2005. After a refit in Victoria, BC they set sail in 2006 with two families (seven people total) to live their dream of sailing the South Pacific. Here is a quote from her owners, “Camdeboo is an ideal boat for family and multi-family offshore cruising; she is especially well set up for trade wind sailing. We found her to be safe, seaworthy and comfortable; and she was fast – we had a number of 200 nm days”. Lavranos is well known for designing capable boats with exquisite lines. Camdeboo fits this description well. Priced appropriately, Camdeboo is well worth a look.