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2006 Catalina 350

5 October, 2011 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

The CATALINA 350 allows enough privacy for two couple with staterooms both fore and aft with privacy doors. The Master Stateroom is forward and has a Queen Centerline Bed and drawers and dresser. The Aft Cabin comfortably sleeps 2 and also has plenty of storage for clothes and personal belongings. The starboard section of the salon has a small table that coverts to a settee which can become a sleeping quarter for one person. To port is a nicely finished teak dinette table that can drop down and create additional sleeping quarters for two. There’s also a smaller cocktail table that can be substituted for the dinette. The upholstery is Ultra Leather in Oyster White and in excellent condition. The large counter spaced galley is U-shaped and has a separate freezer and fridge with top and side access. There’s plenty of storage for pots’n pan, food, etc.. The Nav Station is across from the galley and to port. The cabin sole is a composite simulated teak ‘n holly and is more durable compared to a real wood floor.

Adler Barbour refrigertioin w/top and front access
Hilerange Stainless Steel 2 burner propane stove w/oven
Double Stainless Steel Sinks
Hot /cold pressure water w/pull out faucet
Corian Counter Tops
Lots of storage capacity

The Catalina 350 is CE-A rated fro unlimited offshore and meets all the voluntary ABYC yacht building standards. Wide decks and inboard shrouds make for secure movement fore & aft as well as tighter sheeting angles. A recessed anchor locker, double rollers and elctric anchor windlass make anchoring a breeze. The CATALINA 350 is comparable to many 37 footers with her overall length of 36.5″ and beam of 13′.

Stainless Steel Stern Rail has integral OB engine mount
Walk-thru transom w/stainless steel swim ladder
Hot/Cold Cockpit Shower
(3) Cockpit lockers
Cockpit table w/dual folding leafs
Bimini and Dodger w/connector between both
Dual Direction electric windlass
Dual Anchor Roller
Edson Pedestal Steering with Folding Wheel
Port, Starboard and Stern boarding gates

Equipment on Board:

Sails and Rigging
The Catalina 350 utilizes Charleston Spars with a double spreader mast stepped on a compression post, with in -mast furling and furling headsail. All lines are led to the cockpit for safe and convenient sail control.
150% Furling Genoa
105% Jib
Cruising Chute
In Mast Furling Main Sail
Powered Winch
Internal Halyards, Low Stretch
(2) Harken Halyard Winches
(2) Harken 44CST Primary Winches (one powered)
Inboard Genoa Tracks
Low Lead Genoa Blocks
Main Halyard Lef Aft, with Sheet Stopper
Garhauer Rigid Adjustable Boom Vang
(2) Jib Halyards, Led Aft, with Sheet Stoppers
Garhauer adjustable mainsheet Traveler

Garmin GPS Map 4012 Chartplotter in NavPod at Helm Station
2KW Radar mounted on mast
Raymarine ST60 Tridata (speed,log,depth)
Raymarine ST6002 Smart Pilot Controller
ACU-GAGE Ultra 8 Tank Systems Monitor
ICOM VHF at Nav Station w/RAM Mike at Helm Station
Oregon Scientific Weather Forecast RF Wall Clock w/remote thermometer
Air Breeze Wind Generator on Tower (needs replacement blades)
Ritchie Compass at Helm
Seaward Electric Heat Exchanger Water Heater model F1100
ProSafe Deluxe Galvanic Isolator
Marine Air Diesel Heater
Raritan Electric Head
Charles Marine Group LT-5000SP Series C Battery Charger
Two (2) Lifeline Batteries
Power Winch

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