Catalina 310 is known as the Big Boat in a Small Hull!!!
Practical Sailor Magazine's Quote about the Catalina 310:
"If we had to pick one for ourselves, though, we'd go with the Catalina (310), despite the weight and the extra expense. We like the hull form and the familiar sailing characteristics. We also favor the open floorpan on a boat this size - privacy isn't as important as air and traffic flow. The 310 os likely to prove the most comfortable for a combination of family life and sailing."
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LWL 26' 6"
Beam 11' 6"
Draft 5' 9"
Theoretical Hull Speed - 6.9 Knots
Ballast 4,000lbs. External Lead
Hull - Solid Fiberglass
Decks - Fiberglass with Plywood Core
Superstructure - Fiberglass with Plywood Core
Fin Keel with Bulb
Tankage - Fuel Tank - 19 Gallons in 1 Aluminum Tank
Water Tank - 55 Gallons in 1 Plastic Tank
Holding Tank - 20 Gallons in 1 Plastic Tank
LPG Tank - 5 Gallons in 2 LPG Tanks
Spade Rudder - Fiberglass Shell on Stainless Steel Frame
Designer - Gary Douglas
Builder - Catalina Yachts (USA)
Sleep 6 - 2 in Forward Private Stateroom Pedestal Bed
2 on Convertible Salon Dinette - requires short table post
under dinette seating along with starboard settee cushion
2 in Aft Cuddy Cabin
Froli Travel Bed Support System in Forward Private Stateroom - NEW 2013
Custom Natural Latex Mattress in Forward Private Stateroom - NEW 2013
Foredeck Dingy Lift Halyard Sheave - For Starboard Lift ONLY
Installed Gärhauer Lifting Davit for Honda 2hp Outboard - NEW 2014
Hard Dodger Top
Dodger Canvas-Side Enclosure - NEW 2015
Winter Cabin Hatch Boards - Made of Plywood to give the Varnished Hatch Boards a Rest Over the Winter Months
Bimini & Connector Panel to Dodger - NEW 2015
Bottom Paint - NEW October 2016
Zincs - NEW December 2017
Quarterly Bottom Paint & Zinc Checks by Diver
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.