In 1991 the BSC mandated the "Long Term Planning Committee" (LTPC 1) to determine the boat that would meet some/most of the "must have, need to have and nice to have" sailing requirements of its members.  The Committee determined that the resurrected 22 foot Roberts that was described as the "pride of the fleet" and a comfortable galley to sit in no longer met the needs of the BSC members.  The Committee settled on the Catalina 27.  The BSC showed great imagination on the different funding models to update the fleet to Catalina 27s.

The new Long Term Planning Committee (LTPC 2.0) has been tasked to develop a Succession Plan for the BSC fleet of Catalina 27s.  This encompasses at least three areas: equipment failure, equipment fatigue and cruising pleasure of the members (cruising comfort and sailing performance).
The purpose of this survey is to explore if the fleet of 27 foot Catalina's meets the sailing requirements of this generation of BSC members. This is also the first stage of the process and the result will dictate further direction. Hence your input really matters!

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* 1. What describes your preferred way of sailing

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* 2. Which of the below statements fits you the best?

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* 3. Does the current fleet of Catalina 27s meet your requirement?

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* 4. What should be done in case of the major boat repair requirement?

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* 5. What would be the ideal replacement boat

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* 6. Would you consider adding a larger or newer boat to the fleet

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* 7. If one larger/newer boat is added to the fleet, what should be its usage limited to? (Skip if answered "Not at all" in the previous step)

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