Seller Says, First Reasonable Offer takes her away ......Loaded, 27 hp Yanmar Diesel Inboard, Dinghy, Yamaha Motor, Full Bimini, Side Curtains and Dodger, Updated Sails, Updated Garmin Electronic's including RADAR. Raymarine, Speed, Wind and AutoPilot. Sleeps 5-6, Full Galley, Large Separate Head, Lifesling. Custom Helm Seating, Cutaway Transom, Easy Boarding and nice for swimming. Custom Winter Cover, Custom Screen Companionway doors, Spinnaker and pole, Doyle Stackpack, Max Feathering Prop, too much to list, call for showing. Motivated Seller, Fin Keel
The hull shape is fairly moderate in all aspects, although beam has been exaggerated and pushed aft as with a lot of the French boats we see. This is done to increase cockpit area and usable interior space. I'm not wild about fat boats. But note the size and location of the double berth aft; there is the advantage of beam. This boat has full keel 6-foot draft. The D/L is 230 and the ballast-to-displacement ratio is 35 percent, typical for a boat like this.
This is quite a layout for a boat that is only 32 feet, 6 inches long. Of course, it has the beam of a 38-footer. All the interior components look big. The cleverest aspect of this layout is the way the head and aft cabin have been positioned so that there is comfortable access to the aft cabin with its huge berth. If I had a criticism it would be that there are lots of shelves for books and plants in the main cabin but few real lockers. The galley looks well laid out, and with the forward leg splayed out slightly, it optimizes egress. Two couples could be very comfortable on this boat. I would guess that this model will become a very popular charter boat.
The rig is simple. The mast shows fore and aft lowers. The mainsheet is a midboom type and way too far forward for my eye. But that's a function of the cockpit length and companionway location. I'd prefer to see the traveler in the cockpit, but I know I would seldom win that argument. Certainly a good mechanical vang makes a midboom mainsheet more acceptable. The SA/D of this design is 16.55, right in the middle of the scale for this type of boat.
Aesthetically I give the Catalina designers high marks. This is a very good-looking boat. A few caveats: I would have preferred to see the detailing around the transom-to-deck transition area more defined and less in the French style. I think the nicely chiseled lines of the cabintrunk would have looked better if combined with a more defined stern. I bet the hull-to-deck joint follows the edge of the transom, i.e. the transom is an integral part of the deck rather than the hull molding, and that detail resulted in this transom styling.
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Ontwerper: Catalina Yachts Design
Kiel: Korte kiel
Romp type: Mono Romp
Lengte over alles: 32 ft 6 in
Breedte: 11 ft 9 in
Lengte over water: 28 ft 0 in
Maximum diepgang: 6 ft 0 in
Waterverplaatsing: 11300 lbs
Ballast: 4000 lbs
Drooj Gewicht: 11300 lbs
Totaal vermogen: 27 HP
Merk motor: Yanmar
Type motor: 3GM30F FWC
Type motor: Binnenboord
Schroef: 3 bladschroef
Type aandrijving: Directe aandrijving
Motorvermogen: 27 HP
Aantal watertanks: (45 Gallons)
Aantal brandstoftanks: 1 Aluminium (40 Gallons)
Aantal afvalstoffentanks: (15 Gallons)
Aantal enkele bedden: 1
Aantal dubbele bedden: 2
Aantal toiletten: 1
Aantal zitplaatsen: 8
Electrische bilge pomp
Manuele bilge pomp
Manufacturer Provided Description
The Catalina 320 is an exciting design that successfully combines the best modern features and construction with Catalina's hallmark comfort and value. Based on a high-performance and high-volume computer-optimized hull design, the 320 is light on the helm and tracks well under sail or power. Motion and heeling are gentle and predictable. The 320 performs well in a variety of conditions, with either the available wing or fin keels. Racing skippers will enjoy the turn of speed and cruisers will appreciate the additional distance covered in a day's passage. Carrying the deck beam well aft created space for an exceptionally large cockpit. The wide coamings and ergonomically correct seats and backs are important features, considering the cockpit is where we all spend the most time when aboard. The weather decks are wide with molded-in non-skid and bulwarks, giving easy, sure access to the foredeck and standard below deck electric anchor windlass. Other important quality features of the deck include the stout aluminum framed opening deck hatches and ball bearing mainsheet traveler system. The rigging and spar systems are engineered for performance and durability. The fore and aft lowers with intermediate and upper shrouds make the rig very secure and easy to keep in tune. A rigid adjustable boom vang is standard. The unique interior is beautifully finished in a rich combination of teak, ash and maple hardwoods, complementing the beige textured fiberglass overhead and full hull liner. Attention to details like the custom molded galley counters with integral backsplashes, three separate lighting circuits in the main cabin, removable panels in the forward bulkhead, and a cedar paneled hanging locker set the 320 apart from the ordinary. The one-piece, integral molded fiberglass subsole grid system is rigid, strong and requires no maintenance.
Catalina 320 Specifications - Standard Equipment - Five year gel coat blister protection - Five year hull structure warranty Spars and Rigging - 135% furling genoa, Dacron with UV protection - Mainsail, Dacron, with reef, full battens and Dutchman flaking system - Double spreader mast, anodized - Internal halyards, low stretch Sail Handling and Equipment - Traveler control, with adjuster system - Winch handle - 2 x 2-speed self tailing primary winches - Low lead genoa blocks - Boom vang, rigid adjustable type - Self tailing jib halyard winch - Self tailing mainsheet winch - 2 jib halyards led aft, with sheet stoppers - Main halyard led aft with sheet stopper - Inboard genoa tracks - Single line mainsail reefing system - Midboom sheeting with traveler - Headsail furling gear Propulsion, Steering & Controls - Pedestal steering, brake, engine controls - Diesel engine, 3 cylinder, fresh water cooled, with panel and tachometer - 2 blade bronze propeller - 5" illuminated binnacle compass - Bilge blower - 40" destroyer wheel, stainless steel with pedestal guard Features and Deck Hardware - One piece fiberglass hull, white - One piece fiberglass deck, white with gray two tone - Molded-in gel coat waterline, Midwatch Blue - Midwatch Blue sheer stripes - Molded-in nonskid texture surface - Fiberglas hull and deck liners - Walk through stern with removable helm seat - Translucent opening deck hatch, aluminum framed - Stern boarding ladder with contour treads - Double rail bow and stern pulpits - Double lifelines with pelican hooks - Stern rail with observation seats, - Port and starboard - Solid teak hatch boards - Anchor locker on foredeck - Hand rails on cabin top, stainless steel - Lead keel with stainless steel bolts Interior - Varnish finish on interior - Teak and holly veneer cabin sole - Cabin window shades - Hanging locker - Chart table with adjustable chart light - Teak veneer bulkheads & teak trim interior - Opening ports with screens - Fabric covered cushions - Fixed ports in hull - Ventilation hatch, main cabin, aluminum framed - Aft cabin, with double berth Galley - Refrigeration system, DC power - Two burner stove with oven, stainless steel, L.P.G. with auto ignition - Large icebox with shelves - Pump for overboard discharge of icebox Plumbing Systems - Hot & cold pressure system in galley and head with shower - Manual bilge pump - Electric bilge pump - Hot and cold shower on stem - Marine head with holding tank, and deck outlet - Macerator pump for overboard discharge of holding tank Electrical Systems - Marine battery charger - Anchor light on masthead - Deck light and steaming light on mast - Cabin and navigation lights - DC electrical system with two batteries, selector switch and panel with breakers - AC dockside power with 5 outlets and polarity indicator, with circuit breakers - Battery condition meter - Electric anchor windlass Catalina 320 Equipment Options Fittings and Equipment - Wing keel - Fin keel - Microwave oven, AC powered - Canvas package with: 1 mainsail cover, 1 pedestal cover, 4 winch covers - Gray leather wrapped wheel, in lieu of standard - Cockpit cushions, vinyl, white, with gray piping - Cockpit cushions, vinyl, with closed cell foam, white with gray piping - Berth linen package, fore & aft double berths - Ultraleather main cabin upholstery, in lieu of standard - Interior decor package - Cockpit dodger, side panels and window covers - Bimini, extended without cockpit dodger - Cockpit dodger, side panels, window covers and Bimini with connector panel - Safety and equipment package Rigging - Mast with internal mainsail furling system and furling mainsail in lieu of standard Sails - Poleless cruising spinnaker, 1.5oz., nylon with sheets, color option - 150% furling genoa, Dacron w- UV protection and sheets, in lieu of standard 135% furling genoa Electronics Packages - Raytheon ST60 speed and depth systems mounted on 3 instrument NavPod with 1" AngleGuard - VHF radio: Standard Intrepid with RAM microphone and antenna - VHF radio: Raytheon Ray 45 with antenna - Wind package: Raytheon ST60 Wind System - Navstation repeater: Raytheon ST60 Multi Display - Chartplotter A.: Raytheon RL70RC Radar-ready 7" display on NavPod with Ray 112 GPS antenna - Navstation display: Raytheon RL70 Second Station for chartplotter - radar - Radar antenna: Raytheon 2kw dome and cable, mast mounted. - ST4000 Autopilot: Raytheon wheel mounted system - Stereo B: Sony CD - receiver, two pair Poly-Planar speakers each in main cabin and cockpit with remote control - Stereo C: Sony Cassette receiver - CD controller, 10 CD changer, two pair Poly-Planar speakers each in main cabin and cockpit with remote control Auxiliary Power - 3 Blade cruising propeller in lieu of standard 2 blade Cradle - Shipping and storage cradle, steel
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