A comfortable and capable cruiser for the Pacific Northwest with the popular 3 stateroom, 2 head arrangement that really works for families. Furling gear, enclosed cockpit, cabin heat, anchor windlass, dinghy on davits and enough room to spread out!
These boats began as a Nelson Marek race design that Catalina modified the deck to put in a cruising cabin. They sail well, are easily handled and have a great family layout. Well worth a look!
Call Paul Shield at 604-240-7310 to arrange viewing.
A popular 3 stateroom layout with master stateroom and ensuite head forward. Main salon has large dinette and centerline seat to port and galley opposite to starboard. To port aft in the salon is a navigation station with electrical panels and to starboard is the second head. Aft on either side is a double berth stateroom with hanging and drawer storage.
On deck, the dodger and bimini combined with full side curtains provide effective sun and weather protection for the cockpit. Secured to the bimini are 6 solar panels, which make cruising with a fridge and furnace worry free. Forward there are uncluttered decks for easy sail or line handling with perimeter lifelines.
Aft, a dinghy can be lifted on stainless steel davits and when launched the stern can be open for through transom boarding. A comfortable and capable cruiser for the Pacific Northwest.
The galley runs along the starboard side of the main salon and provides good space for meal prep and clean up.
12 volt DC ship service electrical system with master selector switch, master breaker and breaker switch distribution panel.
1 X 24 series starting battery.
4 X 6 volt deep cycle batteries wired in series and parallel for 12 volt house service.
Engine equipped with dual alternators for charging batteries.
120 volt AC X 30 amp dockside power system with Smart Plug shore cord, Smart Plug inlet fitting, distribution panel, master breaker and reversed polarity indicator. From the panel there are branch circuit breakers for the hot water tank, battery charger and port/starboard outlets. The outlets are GFCI equipped.
120 volt AC Pro Mariner model Pro-Tech 1220i, 20 amp multi-stage charger.
Link Lite battery monitor.
Statpower model Prowatt 800 inverter.
6 X 100 watt solar panels with 2 X 20 amp charge controllers (3 panels per controller). Installed 2019. Easily stays ahead of fridge, freezer and other electrical requirements in summer cruising.
All interior lighting is LED.
Yanmar 4JHBE, 44 hp @ 3600 rpm, 4 cylinder, naturally aspired diesel. FWC. 1900 hours approximately (first Hobbs hour meter stopped working at 1100 hours and replacement Hobbs meter now has 781 hours. Not clear how long it ran before the failed Hobbs meter was noticed so added 120 hours as a guess.)
Domestic water -
93 gal in 4 plastic tanks located under Pullman berth, main salon settee and port side aft cabin berth. The forward port tank was originally intended to be a waste tank but was set up as an extra water tank at the factory.
12 volt DC Flojet 3.5 gpm pressure pump.
120 volt AC Ariston model GL 4CA hot water tank.
34 gal in plastic tank. Aft Raritan manual head pumps into through Y-valve into holding tank or direct overboard. Holding tank can be emptied by dockside pump-out system through deck fitting or can be pumped overboard via macerator pump. Forward head pumps directly overboard at present although there is a water tank that was originally intended as a holding tank, that can be replumbed.
Grey Water -
Discharged overboard. Shower has recovery sump and discharge system.
38 gal in aluminum tank under starboard quarter berth. Racor R24S fuel filter to engine.
1 X 20 lb. fiberglass tank in sealed locker in starboard lazarette.
Spare fiberglass propane tank in anchor locker.
Mast & Rigging:
Aluminum double spreader mast with 1 X 19 stainless steel wire and Norseman swageless terminals and adjustable stainless steel turnbuckles.
Profurl roller furling genoa.
Slab reefing system on mainsail.
Running rigging is colour coded and mostly run aft to cockpit through deck organizers and line stoppers.
Lewmar #54 two speed, self tailing primary winches.
Lewmar #40 two speed, self tailing port coachroof winch.
Lewmar #40 two speed, self tailing starboard coachroof winch.
Coachroof traveler with adjustment lines led aft to cockpit.
Tackle boom vang.
Mainsheet led aft to starboard coachroof.
Main - 2018, 8.2 oz Challenge Matrix fabric with 2 full battens and 2 longer battens. New sail cover.
Genoa - 2018, 135% genoa in Warpdrive 8.11 and 6.11 fabric.
Gennaker - 2010, Asymmetrical spinnaker in ATN dousing sock.
Line & tackle genoa car pullers.
Solid fiberglass hull with balsa cored fiberglass decks and cabin.
Externally bolted lead wing keel with stainless steel keel bolts.
Topsides painted in navy blue awlgrip. Decks in two tone gelcoat.
Edson wheel steering with pedestal, guard and destroyer type wheel turning chain/wire connection to quadrant mounted on rudder shaft.
Open transom with stainless steel swim ladder.
Custom stainless steel dinghy davits at transom.
Custom dodger and bimini canvas on stainless steel frames. Window masks for all windows.
RC Marine reinforced plastic through hulls and valves - not bonded.
Personal gear and tools not included
Dinghy on davits not included. Dinghy that belongs with boat is an 11' Aquapro RIB which is equipped with a 15 hp Nissan 2 stroke outboard.