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1989 Catalina Custom Cutter

17 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

This is not your typical Catalina. The 36′ Catalina was designed as a costal cruiser, but after 5 years of grueling boat projects, this vessel set sail for an around the world voyage starting in California in 1998. First it was sailed to Mexico, through the South Pacific islands including Tonga, and on to New Zealand. From there it visited Fiji and cruised up the east coast of Australia, then headed across the South Indian Ocean to South Africa with short stops in Mauritius and Reunion Islands. The passage continued around the Cape of Good Hope, up the South Atlantic with a brief rest in St. Helena, and on to Trinidad. Then this vessel island hopped through the Caribbean and Bahamas and settled in Florida where it is now for sale again.

Moving down the companionway ladder with engine access underneath find the master berth with filler cushion to starboard under the cockpit with good storage capacity, forward of the berth is the converted navigation station with cold plate refrigerator/ freezer and to port is the U-shaped galley with abundant storage. Forward of the galley is a large U-shaped convertible dinette with shelves and cabinets. Across from the dinette is a small table with built in seats on both sides. Moving forward find the large head with shower to port and the small V-berth stateroom with extra storage and anchor locker access.

Equipment on Board:

All 12V lights are red & white,
12V plug ins,
12V & 110V Electrical Panel,
Heart Interface Link 1000,
Freedom 10 Inverter,
3-Group 27 House batteries-2007,
1-Group 27 Engine starting battery-2007,
1-Electric/Manual bilge pump w/ float switch and spare,
Macerator for holding tank,
2-Arch mounted Siemen 75W solar panels,
Xantrex charge load controller for panels,
Mast top lightning arrester,
Lighthouse 1501 Electrical/Manual horizontal windlass with remote,
1-30amp 50′ Shore power cord w/ inlet,
55AMP Motorola alternator.
Garmin 276C map GPS,
Raytheon Ray 45 VHF,
Apelco 265 Fish finder-Depth sounder,
Ships Bell,
Simrad TP30 Tiller pilot,
Kenwood TS 50 SSB radio with antenna coupler & insulated back stay,
Tri Color mast top navigation lights,
JVC AM/FM/CD Player w/ speakers,
Mast top emergency ACR Strobe light,
Spreader deck light,
Ritchie 5″ compass,
Monitor SS self steering windvane.

Catalina Custom Cutter
Catalina Custom Cutter
Catalina Custom Cutter
Catalina Custom Cutter
Catalina Custom Cutter
Catalina Custom Cutter
Catalina Custom Cutter
Catalina Custom Cutter
Catalina Custom Cutter
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