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|Location||Oriental, North Carolina, United States|
|Length at Water Line||9.53 m|
|Max Draft||1.37 m|
|Max Bridge Clearance||17.07 m|
|Drive Type||Direct Drive|
|Engine usage (hours)||482|
|Fuel Tanks||1 x 39 gal|
|Fresh Water Tanks||1 x 88 gal|
|Holding Tanks||1 x 22 gal|
2002 Catalina 350, hull number 2 "Secondwind" is a beautiful example of a vessel that has been continually updated and maintained. She features a new external bow thruster, Electric Maxwell windless, Dutchman main sail flaking system, air conditioning, new exterior canvas, updated systems, and much more! The 13-foot beam and 6'9' of headroom work together for a feeling of spaciousness in the cabin, with lots of amenities and two table options (cocktail table or a full dinning table) for the interior. Contact Scott Pickard for complete details on this beautiful, well maintained Catalina 350 at 252-249-7245 or email at Scott.firstname.lastname@example.org
The Catalina 350 has a 13-foot beam on a 36-foot, 5-inch LOA which results in a length-to-beam ratio of 2.71. Displacement of 13,635 pounds, results in a moderate displacement-to-length ratio of 219.
The cockpit is 8 feet, 6 inches long with large seats and comfortable contoured back rests. Beneath and behind the seats are a number of storage areas, including a huge lazarette equipped with multiple shelves. A starboard-side compartment with more shelving, and a pair of deep, port and starboard lockers on either side of the swim step.
The helm is a well-proportioned pedestal-with a single-lever engine control, engine gauges on an angled surface near the top where they are visible, a 5-inch Ritchie compass, a large fold-down table, sailing instruments, plotter, and autopilot control. There are Harken B44.2 self-tailing winches, well within the helmsman's reach. Above and behind the helm are a pair of stern rail seats. Moving to the cabin top, there two Harken B32.2 self-tailer to port and a Harken Electric B40.2 self-tailing winch to starboard. The sail controls are led aft, by way of a set of Garhauer turning blocks shackled to a polished stainless mast plate. Halyards, mainsheet, main traveler, vang and other lines are controlled with two banks of clutches. All lines run fair beneath the main traveler, which is bolted to a molded-in traveler base on the cabintop. The new dodger and bimini provides shelter from the elements and a clear view forward for the crew and helmsman. The Catalina 350 has wide side decks with a pair of solid stainless grab rails on the cabin top make going forward a cinch. There is 9 feet of jib track, that allows the roller-furling headsail to be trimmed efficiently as possible.
On the bow there is a double anchor roller with a large anchor locker that has a removable center divider. Mounted vertically is a Maxwell electric windlass. The 3/16-inch double lifelines are supported by hefty stanchions and the gray, paneled nonskid which makes a safe and stable footing on deck.
The boat's hull is built of solid fiberglass with a vinylester skin, and the deck is stiffened with a Balteck AL 600 balsa core. It varies from 1/2- to 3/4-inch in thickness depending on location. Also there is a separate fiberglass grid that is bonded to the hull before the hull liner is put in place. This provides additional strength and stiffness. Finally, there are stainless steel traverse supports to help stabilize the mast's below-deck compression post.
The interior space provides a saloon with 6 feet, 9 inches of headroom. Forward there is a large centerline berth and an aft cabin, both have a comfortable inner-spring mattresses with a number of drawers and hanging locker.
The saloon, has teak veneer, with solid teak cabinetry. A large settee was located to port with an interchangeable dining table or smaller cocktail table, and a pair of individual seats divided by a small table that can be converted to a full-length settee or berth to starboard. The boat comes with handrails running along the centerline of the deckhead and off to each side, which are easy to reach. There is large aft-facing nav station, which uses the port settee for a seat. The head compartment is pleasantly spacious, with a new electric flush, good ventilation and a separate enclosed shower stall.
The galley is large and U-shaped with deep, double sinks, plenty of counter space with fiddles, two-burner propane stove with oven, overhead microwave, and a large divided refrigerator /freezer with front and top-access doors. There are lots of storage space above and below the countertops.
-Universal M-35B with only 482 hours. The engine can push the boat at 7.5 knots.
-New external bow thruster, with remote.-Electric Maxwell windless.-Electric cabin top winch for halyards.-Battery Charger.-Air conditioning/heater-New hot water heater-Electric flushing toilet -Refrigerator/ Freezer-Propane stove/oven-New house and start batteries
Sails and sailing gear
-Main sail full batten with Dutchman flaking system. -Vang -Schafer roller furler. -Mainsheet traveler -Garhauer blocks -Spinaker pole -135% Genoa -Harken B44.2 self-tailing winches -Harken B32.2 self-tailer to port cabin top -Harken Electric B40.2 self-tailing winch to starboard -The sail controls are led aft -9 feet of Genoa tracks -Some running rigging has been replaced
-Raymarine ST 60 wind, speed, and depth
-Raymarine e7 9inch display in a Navpod
-VHF cockpit remote
-AIS receiver only
-26 inch flat screen LG TV
-Forward cabin pre wired for TV
-New house and start batteries
Upgrades and Updates
-new jib sheets
-new hot water heater
-new raw water pump
-new water gauge sensors
-leather wrapped wheel
-replaced shower faucet
-anchor LED light assembly
-new steaming and deck light assembly
-new plumbing from intake to holding tank
-new head plumbing for toilet with addition of strainer at seacock
-new electric toilet
-new mast head mounted ray marine wind indicator
-new battery charger
-replaced house and start batteries
-replaced bow thruster batteries
-replaced roller furling line
-New canvas-dodger with strata glass and window covers and new stainless framing, bimini, sail cover, binnacle, 5 winch covers
-gray striping decals on sides
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.