Fast, economical cruiser. Coastal Cat is a super clean catamaran with a rare economical Cummins propulsion package. She would make a great family cruiser or serious sport fisher for commercial or recreational use.
Contact Jeff Carson about this boat at 907-617-5314 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Walking into the back of this Maxcat you will first notice the full width cabin with 6'4" head room. On the starboard side you will find the well appointed galley with oven, dual burner stove top, sink with hot and cold running water, abundant counter space and plenty of storage. In front of that is the helm chair with storage drawers underneath. On the port side you will find the large dinette, bed combo with convertible front backrests to accommodate forward seating. This dinette comes with custom cushions that break down to make a 6'3" bed. Forward port side is the head/shower combo which features a stand up shower and full size toilet bowl. On the starboard side forward there is a custom cuddy queen size bed that measures 6'6" long and 5' wide. Under this cuddy is a large carpeted storage compartment that could also be used for an extra berth.
The back deck is loaded with features and uses the space wisely with multiple storage lockers. It starts with a rear deck helm station with hydraulic steering and dual lever electronic controls. There are full length trays under the gunnel and a port side rod locker. The other features of the back deck include self bailing aluminum flush decks, 2 built in below deck fish boxes and an 18 inch transom door that leads to a large 40" full width swim platform. In addition, when the new surface drives were installed, the swim platform was increased on each side to cover the drives.
Coastal Cat is powered by a pair of Cummins 6BTA, 370 H.P. diesel engines with just over 2000 hours. They are linked to a pair of Seafury surface piercing drives that propel her around 26 knots at under 3000 R.P.M. Below deck, she is also equipped with a Northern Lights 4.5 K.W. genset. Also just recently added, is a 15 horse Yamaha trolling motor.
This Maxcat was just recently upgraded with the latest Furuno Navnet unit which serves as a radar, plotter, and depth sounder all in one. There is some redundancy with the old units still in place, which is never a bad thing. She is also equipped with a Icom VHF and a Kenwood surround sound stereo system.
This solid package also includes a hard bottom inflatable that fits nicely on top thanks to the heavy duty aluminum boom assembly that easily places her there. She also comes with a Wabasco diesel furnace with defrost and Diamond Sea Glaze windows and doors. Give us a call to see this very rare Maxweld!