Cockpit cover - helm station
Keel #1 Keel Type: Wing Ballast: 4400 lb Displacement: 10700 sq ft Max Draft: 4.00 ft
Manufacturer Provided Description
The Catalina 310 represents an an innovative approach to cruising boat design, as it incorporates the big boat features many couples desire in an easily handled, stable thirty-one foot hull. The cockpit will comfortably daysail a group and has long seats for napping or sleeping under the stars. Cockpit lockers are numerous and large enough to hold all your cruising gear, including an inflatable. The side decks are extra wide and secure for easy movement forward and aft. Sail controls and anchoring systems are well thought out for ease of handling. The accommodations are designed primarily for a couple, with a large owner's cabin forward. A queen size centerline berth, innerspring mattress, and large bank of drawers will appeal to both captain and first mate. Lockers are both port and starboard. Catalina owners have come to expect excellent light and ventilation, and the Catalina 310 is no exception. The main cabin is plushly upholstered with deep comfortable seating. Forward is a closeable opening in the bulkhead and built-in hardware to allow for TV viewing from either cabin. Also, there is a huge double berth aft for guests. The galley has everything for memorable meals aboard: a two burner stove with oven, a top and front access refrigerator, deep stainless steel sink, lots of handy storage, and an available microwave. The head has a separate shower compartment and plenty of storage; all through hulls and a "Y" valve to the holding tank are easily accessible. In fact, all systems are designed to enhance life aboard. Special features include a twenty gallon water heater, two 4D deep cycle batteries with an electronic battery charger, high quality fixtures, and easily accessible pumps, valves, and filters.
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.