Southern Cross is a turn-key cruising yacht ready to sail to the islands with no additional equipment needed to be fully self sustaining. Add only food and the yacht is ready to support cruising immediately.
Southern Cross was built to answer the call of offshore passage making with clearly the most impressive list of systems, construction refinements and quality of life features ever offered on a production yacht. From the convenient washer/dryer in the bow to the fast and versatile RIB dingy hanging from the custom stainless steel arch aft, this yacht abounds with all the features a cruiser could ever want.
If you are looking for a Catalina 470 with nice customization and all the bells and whistles...call me.
To arrange a showing call or email listing broker Mike Lecholop
843 696-0137 firstname.lastname@example.org
Please contact Mike Lecholop at 843 577 7377
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 47 ft 0 in
Beam: 14 ft 0 in
Number of heads: 2
LOA 47 feet
LWL: 42 feet
Beam: 14 feet
Draft: 5' 9"
Ballast: 9,550 pounds
Displacement: 27,750 pounds
Air Draft: 64 feet
3 Fuel Tanks: 44 + 44 + 56 144 gallons
Fresh Water: 130 gallons
Holding: 66 gallons
Fixed 3 Blade Prop
Auto Prop needs servicing
Starting in the forward cabin suite is a guest head with a separate shower containing a built-in washer/dryer combo which operates from shore power or the genset at sea or at anchor.
Heading aft, you enter the spacious guest cabin with a large 4’8” by 7’7” Pullman berth with equipment area under a lift up access under the berth. Here is located the forward head marine sanitation device, the Fisher Panda Genset and the 450 gal/day water maker that runs on shore power or the genset at sea or at anchor. Custom built cabinets outboard of the berth with a cedar lined hanging locker and a three shelf locker provide ample storage for the cruising couple and/or guests on board. Lighting is provided in all lockers.
Coming aft one enters the expansive main saloon. With 7’3” overhead clearance, the plush beige faux suede upholstery of the U-shaped dinette and starboard side bench seat provide spacious seating. The dinette can be set up as an extra bed by lowering the table and installing cushions. The bench seat becomes a single bed with lots of storage under the cushions. Aft of the bench seat is a fully equipped navigation station and electrical distribution center for AC and DC power.
Across from the Navigation station is a wrap-around galley ready to prepare meals for the cruisers from the smallest snack to a full 7 course dinner. The freezer holds 40+ pounds of meat and other frozen foods. Continuing aft on the starboard side of the boat aft of the Navigation station is the owner’s head and separate shower. It can be accessed from the main saloon or the owner’s stateroom. The access companion way swings forward to give complete access to the engine compartment and the Yanmar engine.
Going aft through a private access door one finds the great aft owner’s stateroom complete with a full queen size bed that can be accessed from the foot and both sides. Drawers, cabinets and cedar lined hanging lockers provide ample storage for long term living on board.
Two Raymarine E120 Color 12” Chartplotters (one at Navigation Station, one in Cockpit) installed 2009
Three Raymarine ST70 Multi-display units in Cockpit (fully programmable for desired readouts with wind/speed/depth in cockpit installed 2010
Raymarine ST7002 Autopilot installed 2009 with linear quadrant electric drive unit
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.