Actual Location: Harpswell, ME
--!!! Seller will consider trades for a 40-45 trawler located on the east coast. !!!---You are looking at a fine example of what many say is the most popular coastal cruising sailboat ever built, with over 6000 Catalina 30's built during its production run. The engine of the Catalina 30, a 21 hp Universal Diesel, is located midship beneath the dinette seat, which is the best location for an engine in terms of weight distribution. The house battery consists of 2 Trojan Deep cycle SCS 150 Amp batteries installed in 2007 and the starting battery is a Extreme 175 Amp battery that was installed in 2010. The companionway opening is exceptionally wide and nicely sheltered by a canvas dodger with ample eisenglass windows allowing exceptional visibility and protection from the weather. A new bimini kit is included ($1200.00) awaiting installation by her new owner. Entering the main cabin, you find a functional U-shaped galley and an L- shaped settee and dinette table to port. The navigation table and another settee/pilot berth is across the cabin to starboard. To forward of the main cabin is the head on the port side, with storage across, at the entrance to the comfortable V-berth forward. The aft berth is a snug double below the cockpit on the starboard side. The V-berth and aft berth cushions were reupholstered in 2009Please submit any and ALL offers - your offer may be accepted! Submit your offer today!At POP Yachts, we will always provide you with a TRUE representation of every vessel we market. We encourage all buyers to schedule a survey for an independent analysis. Any offer to purchase is ALWAYS subject to satisfactory survey results.Take a look at ALL ***168 PICTURES*** of this vessel, AND A VIDEO, on our main website at POPYACHTS DOT COM. Thank you for visiting and we look forward to speaking with you! - Stock #42291 To view original photos and more detailed vessel specifications, please visit this listing on our main website at:http://www.popyachts.com/Boat/42291/For-Sale/Maine/Catalina/30-Sailboat.html
Bath; Berth; Countertops; Galley; Head; Manual Water System; Stove - Propane (2 Burner With Oven And Broiler); Cabin Cushions (Green Faux Suede); Dishes And Silverware (8 Place Settings); Fridge (Norcold); Hot Water System; Shower; Sink (Double Stainless Steel In Galley); Pressurized Water; Curtains (Original); Anchor (1, With Rode); Binnacle W/compass; Bottom Paint (2012); Gel Coat; Stern Pulpit; Toe Rail; Ballast (4200#); Propane Tanks And Locker (External)
Bilge Blower; Bow Pulpit; Composite Construction
Electronics & Navigation Gear:
Compass; Depth Sounder; GPS Chartplotter (Raymarine RL 70); Knotmeter; Stanchions; Tachometer; VHF; Navigation Lights; Radar- Raymrarine RL 70 (18" Radome)
12 V DC Outlets; Alternator; Battery- (2 X 2007 House, 1 X 2010 Starting); Battery Switch; Circuit Breaker Panel; Gauges; Ship's Power (12v DC); Water Heater; Battery Charger (Shore Power Cord); Shore Power (110v. AC
Deck & Hull Equipment:
Bimini (New, Not Installed); Cooler; Dodger; Main Sail; Roller Furling; Sail Cover; Swim Ladder; BBQ Grill (Propane); Cockpit Cushions (White With Green Piping); Air Horn; Bilge Pump (2 X Electric, 1x Manual); Engine Kill Switch; Fire Extinguisher; First Aid Kit; Life Buoys; Life Jackets; Throwable PFD; Manual Bilge Pump
Boom; Mast (Aluminum); Running Rigging; Traveller; Genoa - 2 (150% And 135%); Halyard Winches; Main; Main Sheet; Traveler; Winches (Self Tailing); Headsail; Spinnaker; Roller Furling; Sheet Winches (Self Tailing)
The Catalina is low maintenance design, with minimal woodwork topsides, an Aluminum mast and boom and stainless steel standing rigging. A combination of wide beam, good ballast/displacement ratio of .42, and relatively low sail area/displacement ratio of 15.1 makes the Catalina 30 a very stiff boat under sail, which is a feature many sailors find comforting.
Catalina utilizes a standard lay-up of various types of fiberglass cloth and plastic resin in the construction of the hull. Deck construction includes either balsa wood or plywood sandwiched between fiberglass laminates. The deck is fitted over the hull in a shoe box fashion with a sealant in between. An aluminum rub rail and stainless steel self-tapping screws on about 3" centers secure the deck and hull together. The keel is external lead fastened with stainless steel bolts. The rig is a simple deck-stepped masthead sloop with single upper shrouds and spreaders, double lower shrouds and split backstay.
Fuel Type: Gas
Engine Type: Other
Beam: 10 ft. 10 in.
Fuel tank capacity: 18
Water tank capacity: 40
Holding tank capacity: 17