1988 Catalina Yachts Catalina 34

Added 6 January, 2013

About this Sailboat:

1988 Catalina 34 “Ocean Cowgirl”
Hull # 708
Wing keel / standard rig
LOA: 34’ 6”
Beam: 11’ 9”
Draft: 4’ 3”
Air Draft: 48’
Disp: 12,550
Engine: Universal M25-XP; 25 hp
———- WINTER STORAGE INCLUDED ———–

This is a top example of a classic Catalina cruiser! Well-maintained and outfitted for coastal cruising by her ocean-passaging owner. Special features include a solar panel with automatic regulator for carefree battery charging, brass oil lamps in main cabin, teak cockpit floor, factory-installed teak anchor platform with double rollers and dinghy with outboard engine (both new in 2008). All exterior teak has been refurbished and the mast painted. We love her but are moving up to our retirement boat. (She’s in the water now for sea trial before hauling, but not for long.) She’s ready to take you daysailing or cruising! —– Accommodations for up to seven in a 2-stateroom layout. Teak interior with varnished teak & holly sole. The forward stateroom has a large V-berth with filler and memory foam mattress topper. Aft of the berth is a bureau with drawers to port and a hanging locker to starboard. Continuing aft is the Main Cabin with a U-shaped settee and pedestal-mounted table. The settee converts to a double berth and has storage under as well as behind the seat backs and in shelves and lockers above. Opposite to port is a straight settee with similar storage. At the aft end of the port settee is the aft facing Nav Station with chart table and electrical distribution panel. Just aft of the Nav Station is a ½-height hanging locker/slide-out trash bin. L-shaped galley with a two-burner gimballed CNG stove with oven, generous fridge, double-basin stainless steel sinks with H&C pressure and manual salt water. Good storage and generous counter space. Aft cabin with huge queen berth.. The head is located adjacent to the companionway opposite the galley and is large and comfortable to use, featuring vanity with stainless steel sink and H&C pressure water, manual W.C., ensuite shower with separate sump and good storage space.

Equipment on Board:

Engine: Universal MX25-XP 3 cylinder diesel, 1,990 hours, fresh water-cooled, with new starter (2010), new salt water inlet hose (2010), new fresh water circulating pump (2012) and spare rebuilt starter (2010) — Electrical: Two house (new 2008) and one engine start (new 2012) batteries, 80W solar panel over bimini with smart regulator/charger, 110VAC shore power with charger (not connected), small inverter for portable electronic device charging — Sails: Full batten main with single and double reefs, jackstays (new 2012), cleaned and refurbished by Sailcare in 2012, including new batten pockets; 150% Hood Genoa with Hood roller furling — Galley: 2-burner CNG stove with oven, double SS sink with H/C fresh water, manual salt water foot pump (new 2012) and new drain hoses (2010), 3.8 cu. ft. ice box with Adler-Barbour 12V refrigeration, freezer and drain foot pump, good storage and counter space, heavy-duty custom cutting board/stove cover — Head: SS sink with H/C fresh water and new shower head and hose 2012; good storage space, manual head, teak seat, shower sump pump, fixed port for light and hatch for ventilation; waste tank 27 gal. with Y-valve, macerator pump and deck pump-out — Fresh Water: Aft tank 43 gal., starboard tank 28 gal. and (new 2010) water heater 6 gal. for 77 gal. total; 12V automatic pump — Topside: All new SS lifelines and hardware (2010), all teak refinished (sanded and Cetol Natural Gloss) 2010, new teak “eyebrow” trim 2011, new cowl vents (2010), new solar vent for aft cabin 2009, three new fenders (2009), two new double-braid dock lines (2010), Spartite mast seal at deck (2012), new gaskets in aft cabin ports, forward hatch and main hatch (not installed) (2012) — Electronics: Portable Garmin GPSmap 478 chart plotter at helm (new 2008), VHF radio with DSC and RAM Mike (new 2010) in cockpit, Datamarine wind, speed and depth instruments —
Cockpit: ST4000 wheel auto pilot (wheel bracket upgraded 2012), new Edson teak folding cockpit table, varnished with heavy-duty SS fittings (2009), custom navy blue Sunbrella canvas including bimini, dodger and connectorswim ladder, teak floor (refinished 2010), teak drink holder, Sunbrella custom cockpit cushions (new 2010), new plexiglas engine instrument guard (2011), Edson outboard motor bracket, Lewmar ST46 primary winches, Lewmar 30 ST30 main sheet & halyard winch on starboard cabin-top and Lewmar 30 jib halyard winch, 6” Ritchie compass, new halyard snubbers (2011), new jib furler block and cam cleat (2009) —
Running Rigging: New mainsheet, jib sheets, all halyards, reefing lines and topping lift (2011), new halyard lift blocks and starboard halyard fairlead deck blocks (2011), new flag halyards and spreader blocks (2011) — Mast and Boom Painting (2011): All hardware removed, sanded to bare metal, primed with zinc chromate and two coats of 2-part epoxy, finished with 2-coats of 2-part Interlux Perfection polyurethane, all hardware reinstalled with TefGel under fasteners, new VHF antenna cable and connectors, new LED anchor light and wiring, new masthead sheaves — Dinghy (new 2008): Baltik 9.5’ with inflatable floor, two seats, foot pump, oars and cover — Outboard Engine (new 2008): Honda BF2D 2 HP 4-stroke, air-cooled with integral gas tank


Catalina Yachts Catalina 34
Catalina Yachts Catalina 34
Catalina Yachts Catalina 34
Catalina Yachts Catalina 34
Catalina Yachts Catalina 34
Catalina Yachts Catalina 34
Catalina Yachts Catalina 34
Catalina Yachts Catalina 34
Catalina Yachts Catalina 34
Catalina Yachts Catalina 34
Catalina Yachts Catalina 34
Catalina Yachts Catalina 34
Catalina Yachts Catalina 34
Catalina Yachts Catalina 34
Catalina Yachts Catalina 34
Catalina Yachts Catalina 34
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