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1999 Catalina 380 Sloop

5 October, 2011 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

The owner’s stateroom is aft with a center-line queen berth. Two doors provide access;one to the head and one to the galley/main salon. Settees,an opening hatch and storage are to port and starboard, with a vanity w/mirror above the engine compartment.

The aft head is starboard, adjacent to the companionway ladder and has a separate shower stall.

The nav station is forward of the head and is opposite the galley to port.

The spacious main salon has a six foot settee to starboard and is opposite a U-shaped settee around a pedestal mounted table that drops to convert to a double berth. A 27″ LG flatscreen TV with built in DVD player is mounted on the forward bulkhead. Seven foot headroom in salon, galley, head.

The forward cabin has a comfortable V-berth for two persons, storage, overhead opening hatch and a vanity w/sink en-suite.

The cockpit is large with six foot seats on both sides and a custom helm chair mounted aft of the helm station. The helm seat is easily removed to allow walk through access to the swim platform. Instruments are mounted on the pedestal.

The cockpit is protected by a bimini and dodger. Side plexiglass panels with zip out screen sections provide protection and comfort.Sunbrella covers are installed on all ports, hatches and the dodger panels.

Galley & Head
Dual stainless sinks
Hot & cold pressure water
New Microwave
Three burner propane stove w/oven
12v Adler Barbour refrigeration with top and front access
Plenty of storage
Hanging shelf over forward counter
Corian counters
Electric flush head new 2008 w/fresh & salt water option
Sink w/hot & cold pressure water
Vanity & mirror
Separate shower stall w/door
Shower sump

Equipment on Board:

House batteries: four 6volt; 800ah; three years old
Engine stsrt: 12v 200ah new 2010
Solar Stick 120 watt solar array; new 2008
Wind generator; Air Breeze
Inverter Zantak 1000 watt
Dual halogen LED lighting in cabin
Generator, Next Gen, 6kw
100 amp alternator w/digital smart charge controller

Deck and Hull
Last hauled and bottom painted in March 2009. No blisters or issues with hull were noted.

New rudder installed in 2008 Windlass, electric,Maxwell
Anchor locker
150 ft chain
Danforth anchor
Bimini w/ side curtains and screen panels
Sunbrella covers for all ports, hatches and bimini panels
Stainless steel handrails
Kato davits
Hard dingy 9′ Water Tender
5hp Mercury outboard
Stainless bow and stern pul[pits
Double lifelines with side gates
Swim platform w/walkthrough
Wheel steering
Line bags in cockpit
Teak companionway boards
Cockpit cushions

Engine & Mechanical
Westerbeke 42 HP diesel
834 hours
Noise reduced engine compartment
Raycor fuel filter
New two zone air (reverse cycle)system, digital controls
Electric and manual bilge pumps

Sails & Rigging
Alunminum mast and boom
Boom vang
Schafer furling system
Maisail, full batten; very good
130% headsail: very good
100% headsail: very good
Primary winches (2) Lewmar 54ST
Halyard winches;(2) Lewmar 40ST
Standing rigging; no issues
Running rigging; no issues

Brokers Comments
The boat was originally purchased for use on the Great Lakes. Owner brought the boat to Florida in 2003.
Purchased by second owner in 2005. Lightly cruised; one trip to Key West and back to Naples. Lived aboard for three years, now living ashore with wife and soon the first child.

The slip is available for continued rental ;very desireable location in Naples. Exclusions:
12″ Flat Screen TV mounted to the right of the nav ststion
IPod player
Personal effects

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