- 34 (ft.)
- Hull Material
- Fuel Type
- Engine Model
- Universal 35
- Number of Engines
- Engine Type
- Engine Hours
Completely updated and re-stored to like new. Check the list of recent equipment and COME SEE!
Just reduced $10K to $74,900 Aug. 20, 2013
- Spacious V berth followed by salon with U shaped dinette settee to starboard, followed by galley and aft cabin. A straight settee is to port followed by nav station and head with hot/cold pressure water shower, vanity. NEW upholstered memory-foam mattresses in both cabins with breathable mesh on underside NEW Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning unit added summer 2012 NEW holding tank, hoses and tank monitor for marine head NEW Ash battens in V berth and main salon 2 Hella fans + 2 Caframo Sirocco Fans one in Galley, one in Aft Cabin Shades and Screens for all windows , ports and hatches + lexan filler for comapnionway Beautiful glossy finished teak and holly sole
- L-shaped galley has loads of storage Adler-Barbour Cold Machine Refrigeration/Freezer with NEW exterior temperature readout Double Stainless Steel Sinks 2 Burner Gimballed Propane Stove with Oven Deep Lockers for dish and food storage
- NEW 40 Amp Pro Mariner Battery Charger Feb. 2011 Two 4D House Batteries Feb. 2011 Dedicated Start Battery Feb 2011 High Output Alternator Blue Sea Dual Circuit System Combiner 85 Watt Solar Panel Mounted on Davits w/Charge Control Spare Fuses at each fuse location 110 Volt Electrical System 12 Volt Electrical System
- Seller installed a NEW Ocean Navpod to house the helm instruments. NEW Autohelm Smart Pilot X5 Autopilot with Course Computer Garmin 740 GPSMAP with HD Radar Garmin repeater at Nav Station NEW Raymarine ST 60 Depth, Knot and Apparent Wind 2011 NEW Standard Horizon GX2100 VHF Radio w/AIS 2011 Ritchie 5" Compass
- Hull and Deck
- Hull and Deck buffed and waxed 2010 to a high shine. Maxwell 500 Electric Anchor Windlass in Deep Anchorwell Manson Supreme Anchor /30' 5/16" G4 Chain + 150' 5/8" braided anchor line Kato Dinghy Davits w/Mounts for Solar Panel Bimini and Dodger Walk-Thru Transom with Hot/Cold Pressure Water Cockpit Shower Manual Bilge Pump Large Lazarette to Port Dedicated Propane Locker 2 Deep Transom Lockers Built-In Swim Ladder Stainless Steel Bow and Stern Pulpits w/Stern Rail Seats Stainless Steel Side Stanchions with double lifelines Stainless Steel Handrails, Easy Care 2 Large and 2 Small Hatches w/NEW Lenses and Screens Non-Skid Decks Aluminum Toerail
- Engine and Mechanical
- Universal M35-AC with 644 hours 12/26/2012 RACOR filter has a filter change indicator Dripless Packing Gland All maintnenance records available.
- Sails and Rigging
- All NEW Standing and Running Rigging in 2010 because it was time and the mast was down for shipping. Rig tuned by North Sails. Sail Area= 528 sq ft. Full Battened Mainsail, cleaned by Sail Care with Dutchman System Batt Cars 135% Genoa w/Sun Cover Whisker Pole Deck Stepped Aluminum Mast Aluminum Boom Dual Track Schaeffer Genoa Furling System 2 Lewmar two-speed Sheet Winches 2 Lewmar self-tailing Halyard Winches Garhauer Traveler Sheet Stoppers, Line Organizers
- Manufacturer Provided Description
- Since the introduction of the Mark I model in 1986, the Catalina 34 has built a well deserved reputation for possessing a classic blend of performance, comfort, and value. The devoted following of Catalina 34 owners now stretches worldwide. With this respected heritage in mind, Catalina has set out to design a fitting successor to this popular thirty-four foot sailboat. The result of this two year redesign is the Catalina 34 MkII. Every aspect of the Catalina 34 was re-evaluated to decrease maintenance, and increase reliability and comfort - both underway and at anchor. The experience of over 1,300 Catalina 34 owners proved the practicality of the masthead rig with fore and aft lowers, forestay, and backstay. The inboard shroud base leaves more room for secure footing on the non-skid deck and provides for narrow sheeting angles and the ability to carry large genoas. A new rigid boom vang and double ended mainsheet system make sail handling easier and more secure. The cockpit begins with two of Catalina's well known "sleeping length" seats. The handsome transom not only increases cockpit volume, but presents wide tapered coamings for additional seating options for captain and crew. The sleek new stern includes an unobstructed boarding platform, hot and cold fresh water shower, and extra wide boarding ladder that folds to become part of the stern rail. The ever popular stern observation seats are cleverly integrated into the rail. The skipper will find the traditional pedestal steering station with a new 40 inch stainless wheel. A new larger rudder delivers a level of precision and tracking through all points of sail, and visibility is increased with the new ultra-low profile ball bearing mainsheet traveler. Low maintenance, high strength stainless steel rails have replaced all teak rails on deck. The over-size anchor locker comes with a standard electric windlass and new heavier anchor roller. Large two speed primary and secondary winches allow crew members to adjust sail trim single-handed. At the end of the day, the skipper will appreciate the standard "Lazy Mate" sail flaking system. The warm glow of satin varnished teak and ash first greets guests below deck. The newly sculpted settee and dinette cushions are highlighted by the striking new teak dining table, and two new fixed ports in the hull add a bright, open feeling to the expansive salon. The roomy new galley boasts a custom molded, one piece counter top; dry food locker; and overhead cup storage. The increased counter space conceals the built in trash chute under the cutting block top. Under the deep stainless double sink are even larger cupboards and drawers plus a two burner gimbaled stainless range with oven. Three cedar lined hanging lockers and three huge double berths allow plenty of room for crew and overnight guests. The new wider aft cabin has an even larger berth, upholstered seat, and new bureau. A fixed port in the hull, as well as a large overhead ventilation/escape hatch, provide plenty of light and air flow. The roomy head is still aft, where it is closest to the cockpit. This uncommonly large compartment provides plenty of storage space, as well as a hot water shower and seat. A new one-piece counter top and minimum of horizontal surfaces allow more time sailing and less cleaning. Common to all Catalinas, the plumbing, electrical, and mechanical systems are well planned, consisting of quality components that are arranged for easy owner maintenance.
- The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.