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2001 Catalina 250 BW

6 October, 2011 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

This 25′ Catalina offers the buyer a complete package. The dual axle trailer with extension launches this vessel with ease and the 05′ 9.9hp 4 Stroke with electric start moves the boat at hull speed of 6.5 knots and the charging system keeps the battery topped off. Full canvas including a bimini and cockpit cushions add additional comfort. A small table down below expands to a table that will accommodate four people in the cockpit. The centerboard allows for “skinny” sailing with minimum draft of 1′ 8″ to 5′ 9″. The water ballast of 1100lbs is simple to drain and fill and a fresh water connection to the system is a bonus. The enclosed portable head has been barely used. Pop up the top and snap on the enclosure and you have full standing headroom. Double berths fore and aft allow plenty of space for a family of four. Raising the mast is a piece of cake with the side support stays that steady the mast while it is being winched up. Roller furling and a lazy jack system to store your mainsail is another bonus.

Equipment on Board:

Number of Engines: 1 Primary Engines: Outboard-4S Engine Make: Honda 4 Stroke
Engine Model: Honda 9.9 4-Stroke Long Shaft Engine Year: 2005 Engine Hours: 20
Total Power: 9.9 hp Propeller Type: 3 Blade

Fuel Tanks #: 1 Fuel Tanks Capacity: 3 gal Fuel Tanks Material: Plastic
Fresh Water Tanks #: 1 Fresh Water Tanks Capacity: 12 gal Fresh Water Tanks Material: Plastic
Holding Tanks #: 1 Holding Tank Capacity: 3 gal Holding Tanks Material: Plastic

•Fully Battened Mainsail
•Furling Genoa
•Spinnaker Pole
Inside Equipment
•Manual Bilge Pump
•Chemical Head
Outside Equipment/Extras
•Outboard Engine Brackets
•Cockpit Cushions
•Cockpit Table
•Swimming Ladder
•Bimini Top
•Mainsail Cover
•Genoa Cover
Additional Equipment
•Road Trailer
•Launching Trailer
This Water Ballast trailer-able offers a “Pop Top” feature that allows for over 6′ headroom . A family of four would be very comfortable for a weekend in the large cabin area. The enclosed head with a sink and vanity offers privacy and the “Mini” galley has a one burner LP stove and 12 gallons of fresh water. The 250 also has a removable ice chest.

•Standard Horizon Depthfinder
•VHF Radio
•ST1000 Auto Pilot

•Electrical Panel
•1-12Volt Marine Battery
•Honda “Trickle Charge” when engine is running
•Cabin & Running Lights
Enjoy the ease of bringing in the head sail withe CDI roller furling system. The bow anchor locker holds 100′ of rode and line and a 13s Danforth anchor. The non skid deck surface reduces the chance of accidents and the open transom allows for a swing down swim ladder to provide easy access on and off the boat from the water. The two corner “perch” seats have cushions and give extra space and comfort for the crew, Two large storage lockers on port and starboard allow for extra storage. Storage for two fenders above deck is also provided. The LP locker is easy to access and it holds a 3lb tank.
The mainsail is fully battened and offers two “Jiffy” reefing points. The furl-able head sail douses the jib with a few easy pulls. #7 single speed Lewmar winches make sheeting in the jib a snap. Three winches are included and a Windex at the top of the spar will help you keep your sails full and pulling. The Forespar Twist Lock whisker pole is included and a vang to tame your boom has been installed.
Dual Axle Performance Trailer with electric brakes.

Catalina 250 BW
Catalina 250 BW
Catalina 250 BW
Catalina 250 BW
Catalina 250 BW
Catalina 250 BW
Catalina 250 BW
Catalina 250 BW
Catalina 250 BW
Catalina 250 BW
Catalina 250 BW
Catalina 250 BW
Catalina 250 BW
Catalina 250 BW
Catalina 250 BW
Catalina 250 BW
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