- 30 (ft.)
- Hull Material
- Fuel Type
- Engine Model
- M 25 XP
- Number of Engines
- Engine Type
- Engine Hours
This Catalina 30 has been merticulously cared for. The brightwork, bottom paint and hull waxing done seasonally. The main sail was replaced a year ago and the jib, halyard lines, sail covers, lazy jacks, cockpit cushions and full cockpit enclosure with screens were also replaced recently. Electronics updates too. Catalina 30 Mark II features a large comfortable cockpit, good ventilation, abundant storage and has long been a favorite family cruiser.
- The T shaped cockpit will seat 6 comfortably and has a separate helmsman's seat with oversized pedestal steering wheel. Sail controls all lead aft so they can be operated with the dodger in place. Below deck the U shaped galley is to port within reach of the dining table and cockpit. Equipped with 2 s/s sinks, a 3 burner cooktop and a microwave oven below. A custom shelf for glassware has been added above the sinks and an Alder-Barbour refrigerator /freezer was added to the original ice box. The navigation desk is starboard with space for chart storage below and built in electronics above. An oversized berth runs aft of the nav station. The convertible dinette is midship to port with a long settee opposite. Forward is a double cabin with a large overhead hatch. Just aft is the head with a storage locker, stainless steel sink and telescoping shower head.
- Sails & Deck Hardware: New mainsail New jib New sail covers New lazy jack New lines & sheets 2 older genoas Profurl furler Garhauer ridgid boom vang Garhauer 6 - 1 traveler Garhauer adjustable genoa cars Whisker pole Canvas: Dodger Bimini Cockpit shade curtains New cockpit enclosure w/ curtains & screens New cockpit cushions Electronics: Datamarine knotmeter Datamarine depthsounder ComNav NX2 wind data Autohelm ST4000 auto pilot Garmin 492 GPS VHF radio
- The keel is external lead fastened with stainless steel bolts. The rig is a simple deck-stepped masthead sloop with single upper shrouds and spreaders, double lower shrouds and split backstay. The mast is a big section that rests on the cabin top. The compression loads are taken by a teak post seated on the hull pan. There is a glassed-in plywood web frame under the pan to carry the loading on down to the hull bottom. The main chain plates are bolted through the bulkheads, with the forward lowers in a partial bulkhead, and the aft lowers through an aluminum channel under the deck head. The engine is located midship beneath the dinette seat for the best weight distribution and good access to 3 sides and the top. Access to the shaft packing gland is under a lift section of the galley sole.
- 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.
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