About this Sailboat:
Nicest 1989 Mark II Catalina 30 on the Great Lakes. Northern Exposure is a 1989 Catalina 30 tall rig with bow sprit and wing keel. Its a fresh water boat located on Lake St. Clair. It has had many updates over the last 3 seasons. Bimini and outboard motor lift in 2010. Raymarine ST60 TriData (Depth and Speed), Raymarine X-5 SmartPilot, new Dacron full baton main, retractable lazy jacks, asymmetrical spinnaker, all interior upholstery recovered, 2 group 31 AGM Deka Intimidator batteries in 2011. New Dacron 155 Genoa & sheets, deck and hull professionally compounded and waxed, Raymarine st60 wind instrument, and Life Sling II, in 2012.
Northern Exposure has a two tone deck, white with tan nonskid. The teak bright work is in good condition and has always been recoated or striped when needed. Bottom was completed striped and redone in 2010 with barrier cote and VC-17. You can still see a reflection in the Gel Coat from just buffing and waxing. Engine is the Universal 25XP, putting out 23 HP with low hours of only 695 being pushed by a 2 blade fixed prop. Two fresh water tanks, one under the v-berth and another under the starboard settee for a total of 42 gallons. Harken furler. Holding tank is located under the port dinette. Has double burner propane gimbaled stove with oven located in the galley. Adler Barber top opening refrigerator/freezer (You can make ice in it). Has the wing keel, drafting only 310, you can pull up in the shallows jump off and still touch bottom. US Coast Guard documented vessel.
Includes everything listed above plus, Garmin Colorado handheld GPS with marine charts, safety gear, all lines, boson chair, ladder to climb mast, screens for all ports and hatch openings, 4 bumpers, steel storage cradle, and many extra maintenance parts.
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