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Catalina 22

For those to whom price is all-important,--the catalina 22 is appealing but it's lacking in performance..

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In its 10th anniversary issue in 1980, Sail magazine named the Catalina 22 the boat that had represented the breakthrough in trailer/cruisers in those 10 years. There is no denying the popularity of the Catalina 22: more than 10,000 of the model we review here have been built, and that doesn’t include the Sport models now being sold. For many buyers, the Catalina 22 is their first “big” boat and an introduction to the Catalina line. Many remain with Catalina and buy up within that line.

Catalina is the largest sailboat in the US in dollar volume, and the firm is one of the lasting success stories in the industry. It foregoes national advertising in favor of local dealer-sponsored ads, and has remained a privately owned company while the trend has been toward conglomerate-owned boatbuilding.

Like all manufacturing boatbuilders today Catalina builds boats to a price, making the most of volume buying of materials and hardware, long-lived models, a high degree of standardization, and all the cost savings of high volume production. The Catalina 22 was the first boat built by Catalina.

The Catalina 22 that we are reviewing here was in production from 1969 until 1995, when the Catalina 22 MkII was introduced. During this more than quarter-century of production, several incremental changes were made, with several significant upgrades in 1986, when a wing keel version was introduced.

The boat has been replaced by the Catalina 22 Sport. Introduced in 2004, the Catalina 22 Sport is still in production and it closely adheres to the original boat’s dimensions, and weight.  Although the post-’95 boats have resolved many of the problems we find here in the original, they did so at the expense of a feature that racers admired—a lighter weight hull. So, although it might not have all the improvements of later models, the one we look at here will hold a certain appeal to sailors in areas that are home to active C22’s fleets, as well as to sailors looking to start sailing for under $5K, and aren’t afraid to put a little sweat equity into the boat.

Just as it was when the boat was first introduced, the Catalina 22 is a common landing spot for those who are just beginning to dream of an escape. It is to Catalina’s credit that the 22 continues to sell and continues to be many sailors’ first boat. And perhaps one of the biggest selling points of all, is the broad and consistent support in the form of other owners. There really isn’t anything that can’t be fixed on these boats, and dialed in, they can be fun to sail. One need only drop in on the website for Chip Ford to get an idea of what’s possible with this boat.

Catalina 22

Construction

It’s hard to argue with the construction of a boat after 10,000 have been built, but we do. In these early boats the hull-to-deck joint— a plywood reinforced hull flange is joined to the deck with a rigid polyester “slurry” and self-tapping fasteners. This not our idea of ideal construction. The same type of joint is used on larger boats, although we are less concerned because obviously the structure is for a much smaller boat. Larger boats like the Catalina 30 also used this method, and the C30 has enough loyal followers to earn it a spot among our recommended 30-footers from the 1970s.

Catalina 22 has remained essentially unchanged from the day it was introduced in 1969. Only the pivot for the swing keel version was changed about boat #250 and then, according to a Catalina statement, it was done for production purposes. Later a pop-top option was added and now 90% of the boats sold have this feature.

Catalina takes credit for pioneering the one-piece hull liner that has become standard in most high volume small boats. However, it should be noted that the liner is basically a cosmetic component, not a structural member, and the hull must get its strength from the hull laminate and bulkhead reinforcement.

Catalina 22

The swing keel, also chosen by 90% of the buyers, is cast iron and, when retracted, remains substantially exposed (accounting for more than half of the 2′ draft of the shoal draft model). It is a rough 550 lb. iron casting of indifferent hydrodynamic efficiency, but you can order templates for fairing quite easily.

The swing keel is hoisted with a simple reel winch located under a vestigial bridgedeck with its handle passing through a plywood facing. We’d guess that Catalina owners soon become conditioned to its presence, though it can trip those stepping up or down through the companionway.

The drop keel of the Catalina evoked a number of observations from owners in the PS boat owners’ questionnaire. Several note that the keel hangar mounting bolts loosen or seize.  Another reports he had to replace his wire pennant twice. Replacing the pennant requires hoisting the boat high enough to have access to the top of the keel.

As with all Catalina-built boats, decor is a major selling point. The line, including the 22, is attractively appointed. They create a highly favorable impression which has to encourage sales, especially for first time boat buyers.

In fact, the Catalina 22 outside and inside is one of the most visually appealing small boats we have seen. It has enough trim and finish to look pretty. Similarly, her hull and rig, although dated, are well proportioned. It is about her performance and livability that we have the most serious qualms.

Catalina 22

Performance

By any objective standard the Catalina 22 is hardly a sprightly performing small boat. There have been too many compromises to performance: trailerability, shoal draft, cockpit space, low cost, and interior accommodations, as well as giving her a placid disposition for novice sailors. The boat needs a genoa jib, a smoother, and more efficient swing or fin keel shape and some hardware of even the most modest go-fast variety. Even then the prognosis is that she will remain a rather tubby boat in an age when much of the fun of boats is in their responsiveness, if not speed.

With almost all the Catalinas having been built with the swing keel, the appeal has been her shallow draft for trailering. Yet even with 2′ of draft with the keel hoisted, the boat has too much draft for beaching. Given the tradeoff in performance, the difficulty of maintenance, and loss of stability, one hopes that indeed buyers of the swing keel 22 have made good use of it for trailering.

The deck of the Catalina 22 is a decidedly unhandy working platform. The sidedecks are narrow and obstructed by jib sheets and blocks. The three shrouds per side effectively block access to the foredeck, and complicate headsail trim and passage of the jib across in tacking. In fact, so difficult is it to go forward on the 22 we recommend getting rid of the lifelines. They are already too low to offer anything but token protection and they anchor near the base of the bow pulpit where they give no protection. Instead, handrails should be installed on the cabin top.

Ironically for a boat as popular as the Catalina, the boat incorporates the most incredible amount of wasted space we have ever seen in a sailboat large or small. In a size where stowage is at such a premium, there is a cavernous unusable space. The entire area under the cockpit and most of the area under the port cockpit seat (except where the gas tank sits) is all but inaccessible. The loss of this space limits stowage to scuttles under the berth bases.

Catalina 22

The convertible dinette which seats only two with elbow room is a vestige of the 22’s design era and the vee berths forward form that combination of bathroom and bedroom that is common on a daysailer of these dimensions. The alternatives, here, have their shortcomings.

The easy solution is to relocate the head to the cockpit when you finally decided to retire for the night.  Otherwise, the settee on the starboard side, and even that berth is shared with the optional galley facility that in use takes up about half the berth area. The Catalina 22s now have a pop-top as standard; most of the cabin top lifts 10″ on four pipe supports. Most owners we have heard from seem to like the system, particularly those in warmer areas. Headroom at anchor is pleasant but we’d rather see room for stowage, sleeping, etc. as well.

One safety point in these older models that is worth raising is the stowage setup for the portable gas tank for a transom-mounted outboard auxiliary. The tank sits on a molded shelf (part of the hull liner) in a seat locker at the after end of the cockpit. This puts a portable gasoline tank inside the cabin.The locker is vented but it is not isolated. This arrangement can allow fuel can to make its way unimpeded to the inaccessible low point right under the cockpit. This design flaw has been corrected in later versions and if you have a boat with this arrangement, we recommend securing all portable tanks above deck until it is fixed.

One of the Catalina’s better features is her cockpit. It is long (7′) and comfortable, a place where the crew can sit with support for their backs, a place to brace their feet, and with room to avoid the tiller. It is unobstructed by the mainsheet that trims to a rod traveler on the stern.

Conclusions

Many boat buyers shop for a boat of this type with price foremost in mind. They probably will get no farther than their local Catalina dealer, where they can get a boat that is the same size and similarly equipped as boats costing far more. It’s apt to be a boat identical to many of those sailing on the same waters. Better still, they are more than likely to have sailing friends who not only have (or had) a Catalina but belong to one of the most widespread and active owners’ class associations in the sport. The whole package has a powerful appeal, especially to a newcomer seeking moral support.

For performance, accommodations and even construction they might do better at a higher price, but with Catalina’s proven staying power through decades of change, they understandably turn to the 22.

At a weight of about 2,500 lbs. loaded for the road plus a trailer, the Catalina 22 can be hauled by most cars. If anything but a jaunt to the boat ramp is envisioned, however, it’s big enough to recommend SUV with a trailer package.

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Still a useful review! FWIW, I was shopping for a Catalina 22 Sport at the Annapolis Boat Show last fall and Catalina was saying that they were close to $50,000 with common options and the wait time for a new one was 6 months. I realize that this is a small boat in the range of what is on the market at that boat show, but my goodness, were those sales people blasé about selling a boat to me. Ended up with a 5 yo boat for about half that much money. Unfortunately, she is still on the hard until spring in the Chesapeake!

Nice review of the Catalina 22. Out first boat was a Capri 22, which I was told was the “hot” version of the Catalina 22. It has a deep draft keel (6-7’?) and out-pointed every other boat on the lake. We slept aboard once….no fun!

This is a totally misleading article, focused entirely on exaggerated flaws. This article should really be written by someone who has actually owned a C22, and spent more than a cursory time sailing one. IMO, they’re great boats, and a ton of fun can be had with one – but only if the self-gratifying snobbism is left at the dock. The boat is squarely in the sweet spot of carrying costs and sailing fun.

These are great boats for beginners and sailors that want an uncomplicated boat to day sail and overnight on. I have taught ASA beginner classes on the C22. Also one of the popularities of this boat that was not touched on in this article is it’s one design racing class. Large fleets continue to turn out for weekend and national regattas.

No mention is made of stepping the mast. At 77 years of age and somewhat physically fit can I handle it?

Thanks, Bill Tucker

If the C22 is without a roller furler on the jib – stepping the mast is pretty light work. Check YouTube for videos on mast stepping a C22 – there are many good tricks and techniques to be learned. It can be stepped very easily by 2 people, or even just 1 person with a small bit of experience. On boats with a roller furler, stepping the mast is still not hard, but the roller furler acts like a 100 lb wet noodle, so it adds a bit of planning. I have a roller furler – but still, with the proper tricks, it can be done alone. Don’t be discouraged by this article – and I should add, almost all of the criticisms made only apply to the very early models, and the C22 additionally underwent a substantial redesign in 1986. Personally, between the 2, I favor the post 1986 boats, known as the “New design.”

IMO, it’s the best bang for the buck in sailing. It’s no small pleasure to know that as you enjoy the same wind, water and sun as the larger boats, you’re spending thousands less a season than literally everyone else. I could afford a larger boat, but for me – the smaller the boat, the bigger the experience one gets out of it. I’m in it for the love of being on the water. If you’re interested – check out the C22. https://forums.sailboatowners.com/forums/catalina-22.59/

i have a 2005 Sport I’ve owned since new. I’m old and gray, but yes, it’s doable to raise and lower the mast (I have hank on sails). I had a fella build me an folding A-frame that helps. I use the vang and jib halyard, attached at the top of the A-frame, to “lever” the mast up and down under control. I can also use the A-frame with my trailer winch and the halyard.

I love my Sport. Racing is getting behind me, so I’ve “comforted” it up a bit. I have a bimini (installed backwards so it folds forward out of the way for docking and getting underway). I added a “downhaul” retriever line up by the headstay. I attach the line to my genoa/jib so when it’s time to douse, I just “haul the sail down”. That holds it to deck, with the sheets pulled back safely, so that I don’t have to go forward. Winches were moved to the cabin top (helps with halyards, led aft), with ratchet turning blocks at the old winch locations. I can usually hand trim using the ratchet action. Only heavier winds require the winches. Backstay is partial spectra line for adjustment, and the traveler has controls in the cockpit.

I can single hand it all day.

I think the review was pretty harsh. These boats hold up well and sail to their rating. And the OD Class is awesome.

With a chain and a pulley using the main halyard, yes.

Fun to read this review. My parents got one in the mid-’70s and I “inherited” her. My wife and I spent our honeymoon cruise on her, later we packed our 3 kids and a dog in there for a 5-day cruise, and then I fixed her up again for a 25th anniversary honeymoon-reprise cruise. Not a fast boat, but to learn to sail and cruise? Perfect. And growing up cruising in such tight accommodations made the trimaran I have now gravitated towards (a reaction to sailing slowly?) quite tolerable. A perfect starter-boat. Mast-raising is easy if done carefully and slowly with appropriate gin-pole and some “baby-stay” guy wires: the trick is to get the baby-stays to rotate around the same point as the mast-base so they are tight all the way up. Or to have some help keeping the mast straight during raising.

The review does focus on many negatives, but missed the wicked weather-helm under some conditions. It took me years to realize I could simply move the center-of-effort aft by raising the swing-keel some, which helped immensely, despite seeming counter-intuitive (raise the keel to help upwind performance in high-wind conditions? Huh?). Don’t be scared off, but do inspect, for eg, the plywood cores for saturation and rot on older boats, and for signs of separation of the deck from the hull at the bow: I installed a turnbuckle from foredeck to the bow-ring to take the forestay tension when I fixed ours up. Cheers all.

That’s a great tip about the swing keel – makes perfect sense. A minor adjustment can make a difference in that regard.

Way back in about 1978 or so I made a new friend, Tony, that had purchased a Catalina 22 and was docked a few slips away from my dock, at the time, on lake Ontario at Wilson Boatyard in Wilson, NY, I was living on my new Challenger Ketch. Early one nite I noticed Tony on his Catalina 22. Tony was about 60 years old and knew almost nothing about sailing. We talked and he asked me to teach him how to sail his new 22″. We practiced sailing almost every nite with the evening offshore wind. He eventually got up enough confidence and courage to sail across Lake Ontario to Toronto Harbor on the North shore of the Lake where he and his 3 lady guest stayed on the boat and in a motel for a few days. Tony loved his Cataliona 22′.

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Known for its sweet sailing performance in nearly all conditions, the Catalina Capri 22 has been winning sailors since its introduction.

The Capri 22 is more comfortable, safer at sea and easier to maintain than any boat in its class. The striking deck profile is flared across the stern and has wider cockpit curves for crew comfort during and after sailing.

Under the full reclining length seats is a new storage locker and separate battery locker. A complete racing package is available, including: symmetrical spinnaker, sheets, pole and backstay tension adjuster. The enclosable head and available galley module make the Capri 22 suitable for extended daysailing or weekending.

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GENERAL DIMENSIONS

Length Overall: 24′ 8″

Length of Hull: 22′ 0″

Length at Waterline: 20’ 0″

Beam: 8′ 2″

Distance from Waterline to Masthead: Std 32′ 5″, Tall 34′ 5″

Draft: 2′ 8″

Ballast: 700 lbs

Basic Weight: 2,250 lbs

Displacement / Length: 125

Sail Area / Displacement: 21.3

Ballast Ratio: 31%

Draft: 4′ 0″

Ballast: 650 lbs

Designed Weight: 2,200 lbs

Displacement / Length: 123

Sail Area / Displacement: 21.6

Ballast Ratio: 30%

RIG MEASUREMENTS (STD)

Total with 100% Foretriangle: 229ft  2

RIG MEASUREMENTS (TALL)

Total with 100% Foretriangle: 255ft  2

ENGINE & CONTROLS

Recommended: 4-10 HP Outboard

Primary Lewmar #15, Self Tailing

Optional Cabin Top: #7

Battery Qty – 1 Group 27 150 Amp-Hrs

TANKS & CAPACITIES

Fuel: Portable 6 gal

Holding / Black Water: Portable Head

All specifications are approximate and subject to change without notice.

Actual equipment also subject to change without notice.

STANDARD EQUIPMENT

Construction.

  • Hull of Hand-laid Fiberglass with Hull Liner bonded to the Hull
  • One Piece Fiberglass Deck with Molded-In Non-Skid Surfaces and Fiberglass Deck Liner
  • Lead Fin Keel with Stainless Steel Attaching Bolts
  • Five Year Gel Coat Blister Protection * ( 2 )
  • Five Year Hull Structure Warranty * ( 3 )

SPARS & RIGGING

  • Dacron Mainsail with Battens, Reef Point and Class Insignia
  • 135% Genoa, with Sheets
  • Complete Standing and Running Rigging
  • Anodized Aluminum Mast and Boom
  • Main & Jib Halyards Led Aft to Cockpit
  • Internal Halyards

SAIL HANDLING & EQUIPMENT

  • Cockpit Mounted Traveler with Controls
  • Boom Vang, Adjustable
  • Winch Handle
  • Genoa Tracks and Blocks on Adjustable Cars
  • ( 2 ) Primary Winches
  • Jiffy Reefing on Boom
  • Pre-stretched Dacron Sheets & Running Rigging
  • Halyard Pockets on Bulkheads in Cockpit
  • Low Stretch Halyards

DECK HARDWARE

  • Comfortable Cockpit with Contoured Coamings
  • Cockpit Seat Locker
  • Fuel Storage Locker
  • Vinyl Coated Lifelines
  • Mooring Cleats, Fore and Aft
  • Waterline Stripe, Midwatch Blue
  • Midwatch Blue and Silver Sheer Stripes
  • Stainless Steel Bow Pulpit
  • Stainless Steel Stern Pulpit
  • Stanchions, Stern Rails, and lifelines with Pelican Hooks
  • Manual Bilge Pump with Thru Deck Handle
  • Opening Forward Hatch
  • Self Bailing Cockpit
  • Molded In Non-Skid Surfaces
  • Fiberglass Composite Fixed Rudder w/ Varnished Wood Tiller
  • Adjustable Hiking Stick
  • Trailer Bow Eye
  • Stainless Steel Mast Step
  • Teak Interior Trim
  • Storage Lockers under Berths
  • Overhead Lighting
  • Molded Headliner, Low Glare Texture
  • Fiberglass Hull Liner
  • White Vinyl Interior Cushions with Blue Piping
  • Large Removable Ice Chest
  • Zippered Storage Compartments ( 2 ) in Cabin

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

  • 12 Volt Electrical System with Control Panel
  • Battery, 12 Volt
  • 12 Volt Lighting Throughout
  • Navigation Lights to International Rules
  • Cabin Lights
  • Steaming and Anchor Light on Mast

OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT

  • Cockpit Cushions , Vinyl White
  • Mast Carrier
  • Self Contained Head with Privacy Curtain
  • Galley Unit with Basin and Stove
  • Stern Boarding Ladder
  • Outboard Bracket
  • Canvas Package ( 1 ) Mainsail Cover ( 2 ) Winch Covers ( 1 ) Tiller Cover, Captains Navy
  • Whisker Pole
  • Headsail Furling Gear
  • 155% Genoa w/sheets in Lieu of Std. Jib
  • 150% Furling Genoa with UV Panels and Sheets In Lieu of Standard Jib
  • .75 oz. Radial Head Spinnaker Color
  • Tall Rig Mast with Sails, Main and 135% Jib, In Lieu of Standard Rig and Sails
  • 155% Genoa W/Sheets ( Tall Rig ) in Lieu of Standard Jib
  • 150% Furling Genoa w/UV Panels ( Tall Rig ) in Lieu of Standard Jib
  • .75 oz. Radial Head Spinnaker ( Tall Rig )
  • Galvanized Trailer for Fin Keel w/brakes, Tongue Jack
  • Galvanized Trailer for Wing Keel w/brakes, Tongue Jack
  • Performance Package: Symmetrical Spinnaker Gear Including Pole, Sheets, Foreguy and Halyard Lead Aft to Cockpit Main and Jib Halyard Winches on Cabin Top, with Clam Cleats, Backstay with Adjuster Purchase

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Catalina 22

Catalina 22 is a 21 ′ 5 ″ / 6.6 m monohull sailboat designed by Frank V. Butler and built by Cooper Enterprises Inc. and Catalina Yachts starting in 1969.

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Rig and Sails

Auxilary power, accomodations, calculations.

The theoretical maximum speed that a displacement hull can move efficiently through the water is determined by it's waterline length and displacement. It may be unable to reach this speed if the boat is underpowered or heavily loaded, though it may exceed this speed given enough power. Read more.

Classic hull speed formula:

Hull Speed = 1.34 x √LWL

Max Speed/Length ratio = 8.26 ÷ Displacement/Length ratio .311 Hull Speed = Max Speed/Length ratio x √LWL

Sail Area / Displacement Ratio

A measure of the power of the sails relative to the weight of the boat. The higher the number, the higher the performance, but the harder the boat will be to handle. This ratio is a "non-dimensional" value that facilitates comparisons between boats of different types and sizes. Read more.

SA/D = SA ÷ (D ÷ 64) 2/3

  • SA : Sail area in square feet, derived by adding the mainsail area to 100% of the foretriangle area (the lateral area above the deck between the mast and the forestay).
  • D : Displacement in pounds.

Ballast / Displacement Ratio

A measure of the stability of a boat's hull that suggests how well a monohull will stand up to its sails. The ballast displacement ratio indicates how much of the weight of a boat is placed for maximum stability against capsizing and is an indicator of stiffness and resistance to capsize.

Ballast / Displacement * 100

Displacement / Length Ratio

A measure of the weight of the boat relative to it's length at the waterline. The higher a boat’s D/L ratio, the more easily it will carry a load and the more comfortable its motion will be. The lower a boat's ratio is, the less power it takes to drive the boat to its nominal hull speed or beyond. Read more.

D/L = (D ÷ 2240) ÷ (0.01 x LWL)³

  • D: Displacement of the boat in pounds.
  • LWL: Waterline length in feet

Comfort Ratio

This ratio assess how quickly and abruptly a boat’s hull reacts to waves in a significant seaway, these being the elements of a boat’s motion most likely to cause seasickness. Read more.

Comfort ratio = D ÷ (.65 x (.7 LWL + .3 LOA) x Beam 1.33 )

  • D: Displacement of the boat in pounds
  • LOA: Length overall in feet
  • Beam: Width of boat at the widest point in feet

Capsize Screening Formula

This formula attempts to indicate whether a given boat might be too wide and light to readily right itself after being overturned in extreme conditions. Read more.

CSV = Beam ÷ ³√(D / 64)

The CATALINA 22 is one of the most popular sailboats ever in anything close to this size,. 15,000 boats sold (2009) It has been built in different plants around the world..(Known in Australia as the BOOMAROO 22.) (A fixed keel version introduced in the early 1970’s)

A ‘New Design’ was introduced in 1986 (featuring an opt. winged keel), and MARK II in 1995.

The CATALINA 22 SPORT was released in 2003. (Originally called the CAPRI 22 swing keel.) From a new “fairer” mold though the hull design is the same as the original CATALINA 22. Thanks to former Catalina dealer Joe Rose and a number of others for providing additional information.

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The Catalina 22 is the most commercially successful sailboat of all time and is one of the 5 inaugural members of the American Sailboat Hall of Fame.  Frank Butler of Catalina Yachts  designed the Catalina 22, which was Catalina’s first production boat.  Since 1969, Catalina Yachts has built and sold over 16,000 Catalina 22s.  Catalina continues to manufacture this boat to meet continued sprightly demand.  Continued market demand and production of a family cruiser and racer of this size contrasts with the next two models up in Catalina’s line, the Catalina 25  and the Catalina 27, which are no longer produced.

The Catalina 22 is an excellent day sailer, racer, and weekender.  She has classic Catalina lines and port light configuration that many sailors find timeless.  Although Catalina has updated the Catalina 22 throughout its production run, early boats remain modern-looking and attractive by today’s standards.  Many sailors will prefer the lines of the earlier boats over the lines of the most recent.  With its light displacement and available swing keel, the Catalina 22 can truly be considered a trailer-sailer by any modern standard.

Catalina 22 Racing

Unlike many builders of sailboats available on the used boat market today, Catalina remains in business, and continues to manufacture and source parts for the Catalina 22.  Catalina 22 owners benefit from  Catalina Direct , which makes buying many  Catalina 22 specific parts  very convenient.  As an aside, it’s worth noting that Catalina Direct is a dealer for Catalina Yachts and is not run by Catalina, the manufacturer.  With the vast majority of Catalina 22s still afloat, the boat has a huge user base and a very active owners’ association with racing, the Catalina 22 National Association .  Many owners of the Catalina 22 report that the plethora of information available from other owners, that the manufacturer was still in business, that a version of the boat continues to be manufactured, and that spare parts were readily available, were key points influencing their decision to purchase a Catalina 22.

EVOLUTION OF THE CATALINA 22

Catalina produced the original Catalina 22, called the Mark I, until 1995.  In 1973, a fin keel was offered in addition to the swing keel.  In 1976, a stronger heavier mast was introduced.  In 1986, Catalina introduced the “New Design”, which saw revisions to the rigging but not to the sail dimensions, aluminum trimmed port lights replaced with smoked plexiglass, interior layout changes, addition of a separate fuel locker and battery compartment, moving the forward hatch aft of the foredeck to the cabin house, and addition of an anchor locker.  In 1988, a wing keel option was offered in addition to the swing and fin keels.  In 1995, Catalina introduced the Catalina 22 Mark II, which included revisions to the hull above the waterline, cabin house and port lights, interior layout, pop-top, and offered additional interior options.  In 2004, Catalina introduced the Catalina 22 Sport.   For the Catalina 22 Sport, Catalina redesigned nearly the entire boat except for the hull, keel, rudder, and sail plan, which were left the same so that these boats could compete in one-design racing.

Catalina introduced an additional 22 footer, the Catalina Capri 22, in 1984. This boat has a different underbody from all of the above Catalina 22 boats and is not eligible for Catalina 22 one-design racing.  Catalina continues to manufacture this boat, today called the Catalina 22 Capri .

CONSTRUCTION

Catalina 22 Sailing

The build quality of the Catalina 22 is good for its intended purpose as a daysailer and weekender for inland and protected waters.  The hull is solid hand-laid fiberglass.  Some Mark I models had plywood stringers, which can rot.  The deck is fiberglass sandwich with a plywood core.  The hull-to-deck joint is Catalina’s preferred shoebox design, but only fastened with screws and chemical adhesive which are sufficient for the boat’s intended cruising grounds.  Interior fit and finish is excellent for this size and class of production boat.  The interior is a molded fiberglass liner.  Interior woodwork is an attractive and durable marine ply with teak veneer with some solid teak pieces for structural loading.

All standing rigging is stainless steel.  Catalina 22s built before 1977 had a lighter, weaker mast, and lighter gauge standing rigging.  These early boats were not designed to carry a headsail greater than a 110%.  A few of these earlier boats suffered mast failures when carrying a larger genoa. In 1978, Catalina fixed this issue on all new Catalina 22s by installing a stronger, heavier mast and heavier gauge rigging that could support the greater loads associated with larger headsails.

Minor blistering was an issue on some earlier Catalina 22s, which was a common issue for boats manufactured during that period.  Hull blistering issues are hit and miss, with some Catalina 22 owners reporting never having any.  Due to the long production run and improvement of fiberglass technology during this time, blistering issues were reduced in each successive year, and were nearly non-existent by the mid-1980s.

As with all early Catalina boats that had aluminum trimmed port lights, leaking is a common problem.  Catalina Direct offers a Catalina 22 specific  kit to reseal these port lights.

On Mark I boats, the electrical panel was installed on the side of the aft dinette seat where it can be damaged by kicking when moving about the cabin and by water intrusion between the hatch boards.  Some owners install kick plates over the electrical panel to protect the switches.  Due to the relatively simple electrical systems on the boat, moving the electrical panel to a better location is only a small project.  For the New Design, Catalina moved the panel to the shelf in the port side of the hull.  Catalina moved the panel again for the Mark II model, placing it beneath the companionway steps, which returned it to the same location issues as the Mark I boats have.

Early Catalina 22s came from the factory with through-hull plumbing fittings secured only by single hose clamps, instead of two.  This is of course easy to fix if not done already.  Early boats also had gate valves installed for through-hulls, which was common at that time.  Gate valves should be replaced with proper seacocks.

Catalina 22 Rig and Hull Profile, Swing Keel Model

The Catalina 22 is a masthead sloop with a sail-area-to-displacement ratio of around 18 (depending on keel), which puts her traditionally in a medium-cruiser class.  The mast is deck stepped with a compression post below decks to support the mast.  The mast is supported by one set of spreaders and one set of upper shrouds, and two sets of lower shrouds.

Some Catalina 22s came equipped from the factory with boom vangs, while others did not.   Catalina 22 specific boom vang kits are available from Catalina Direct.  All boats came with an adjustable mainsheet traveler.  The jib car tracks are very short, but this is not likely an issue for the vast majority of sailors who will rarely adjust the location of their jib cars anyway.  A small winch and clutch is installed on each cockpit coaming to manage jib sheets. No halyard winches were installed from the factory, but clutches were typically installed at the aft end of the cabin house so as to be accessible from the cockpit.

Catalina has deliberately never changed the dimensions of the rig during the entire production run so that any Catalina 22 regardless of year can compete in Catalina 22 one-design racing.

KEEL AND RUDDER

Catalina 22 Fin Keel, On Jack Stands For Maintenance

The vast majority of Catalina 22s were delivered with a swing keel.  Over the production run, Catalina introduced two additional keel options, a fixed fin and a fixed wing.  The fin keel has a draft of 3′ 6″ and provides 765 lbs. of ballast.  The wing keel has a draft of 2′ 6″ and provides 708 lbs. of ballast.

The Catalina 22 swing keel warrants its own discussion.  On earlier boats, the swing keel was cast iron and in later boats, cast lead. Beginning with the Mark II model, all swing keels were encapsulated in fiberglass.  The swing keel weighs 452 lbs. and serves as all of the ballast for the boat. The heavy weight of this swing keel prevents many of the annoying banging noises associated with unballasted swing keels. The keel can be raised by way of a simple and reliable manual winch system located below the companionway steps. Little effort is required to operate the winch.

Catalina 22 Wing Keel, On Lift

The swing keel pivots from a down position to an aft-and-up position on a 1” diameter cast bronze rod hung between stout cast bronze hangers mounted to the underside of the hull. When down, the keel provides a 5′ draft, which is very deep for a boat of this size.  When the keel is fully raised to its horizontal position, the Catalina 22 has a draft of only 2′, which is of course handy for gunkholing or if the water gets shallow when exploring. In the event of a grounding, the keel gently swings back and away rather than getting damaged or causing damage to the hull as can happen with fixed keels and vertically lifting (not swing) keels.  When the swing keel on the Catalina 22 is fully lowered, the keel orientation is high aspect and has a symmetrical foil shape, similar to modern race boats, so that the boat points to weather extremely well and tacks on a dime. When completely raised, only a small part of the keel is enveloped in the hull, with the rest protruding. Therefore when the keel is fully raised, the keel orientation is very low aspect, making for nearly a full keel configuration, enabling the boat to track well with little helm attention, even when sailing downwind.

Catalina 22 Swing Keel Raised, Fixed Rudder

Catalina recommends that Catalina 22 swing keel hardware be inspected every two years if in a salt water environment, and allows for longer if in fresh water. However, some owners in fresh water environments report never inspecting their swing keels after thirty years of use and have no problems.  Catalina also recommended a retrofit be performed on earlier Catalina 22s to reduce the side-to-side movement of the keel along the pivot pin, which could cause the keel to wear through the pin.  If not already done, owners should perform or have this retrofit performed.  A retrofit kit is available from Catalina Direct.

Despite the early swing keels being cast iron, Catalina did not typically install a sacrificial anode on Catalina 22s at the factory.  Catalina 22s should have a sacrificial anode installed, especially if in salt water, although owners of fresh water boats without sacrificial anodes have reported little corrosion.   Sacrificial anode kits , including the drill bit necessary to go through the cast iron, are available from Catalina Direct.  Catalina 22s produced from 1995 onward had the cast iron keel encapsulated in fiberglass, which further reduced potential corrosion issues.

The Catalina 22 has a transom hung rudder commanded by a tiller.  Mark I boats came with a kick-up rudder that may avoid damage if grounded, and can also be secured up when in shallow waters using the factory-installed rudder rigging.  New Design and later, boats were delivered with a solid rudder instead of the kick-up model.  The solid rudder can provide better sailing performance but can be damaged when the keel is raised in shallow waters because the rudder extends beyond the depth of the raised keel.

SAILING CHARACTERISTICS

Catalina 22, Note Deep Forefoot and Beamy, Flat Bottom Aft (Courtesy sail-race.com)

The Catalina 22 has a very flat canoe body and beam carried well aft resulting in excellent initial stability, and low wetted-surface area contributing to speed.  The boat has a relatively deep forefoot, which prevents the flat body aft from pounding.  Catalina 22s are stiff, and if knocked down, right themselves quickly.  The swing keel is the least ballasted of the boats and is the most tender.  The fin keel is the most ballasted and most stable version.

All three keel configurations sail well on any point of sail.  Catalina 22 owners consistently refer to the boat as “forgiving”.  The swing keel performs the best to windward due to its deep and high-aspect orientation when lowered.  Due to its extremely low-aspect when raised, the swing keel can also perform the best running with the wind.  The fin keel performs better on all points of sail than the wing keel.

The Catalina 22 easily achieves hull speed in light-medium airs.  Many Catalina 22 owners report preferring to reef when winds reach above 10 knots, while others report never reefing even with much higher wind speeds.  The boat has a tendency to round up into the wind when over canvassed, which can count as a safety feature.

Unlike smaller day sailers, the cockpit of the Catalina 22 provides a very secure and dry ride.  The cockpit is large (larger than its bigger sister, the Catalina 25 ) with a moderately deep sole and wide benches.  Leaning against the bulkhead at the forward end of the benches provides an excellent lounging position facing aft.  The coamings are moderately high, which add to a sense of security when seated.  The benches are long enough for sleeping when overnighting or weekending.

On Mark I boats, the cockpit sole slopes forward so that scuppers are necessarily located at the forward end of the cockpit.  On any boat with cockpit scuppers located in the sole, keeping the scuppers free from debris, especially when the boat is not being used, is a common maintenance concern.  Clogged scuppers can lead to cockpit flooding in heavy precipitation, and eventually flooding below decks.  The scuppers drain through plumbing connected to a y-fitting and then a through-hull fitting beneath the companionway steps.  Catalina Direct offers a kit to install additional scuppers in the transom of the boat to aid the factory installed scuppers.  With the New Design, Catalina began installing scuppers that drain through the transom.

Beneath the port cockpit bench is a relatively large lazarette, accessible from a hatch at the aft end of the port bench.  The lazarette is not big enough for sail storage but works well for storing lines, bumpers, and other equipment.  On Mark I models, this lazarette also functions as a fuel locker, which is functional because the locker is not open to the interior of the boat or the bilge.  The lazarette is vented to the outside by cowlings on the side deck.  The sole of the lazarette slopes downward to forward so that fuel fumes can accumulate in the lazarette.  Some Mark I owners report that fuel fumes can seep through the bulkhead at the forward end of the lazerette into the cabin.  For the New Design, Catalina improved this design so that the fuel tank was separated from the lazarette and vented to the cockpit.  Some Catalina 22s came equipped with a manual bilge pump mounted in the port lazarette, with the pump handle accessible from the cockpit.

A boarding ladder hung from the transom on the starboard side was optional.  While boarding ladders are an easy fit to most any boat, a Catalina 22 specific boarding ladder is available from Catalina Direct.

Moving forward from the cockpit, the side decks are necessarily narrow.  For a boat of this size, the side decks are excellent.  Many boats of this size eliminate side decks all together, especially newer designs, requiring sailors to cross over the cabin house to access the foredeck, which is disastrous in appearance.  Butler maintained the boat’s good lines and proportions by keeping side decks, even if narrow.  Some owners remove their lifelines, which generally looks attractive, and in this case makes moving along the side decks easier.  Considering the limited effectiveness of the lifelines due to their low height, their removal may add to safety aboard on any Catalina 22 unless small children will be aboard.  Due to the size of the boat, there is always some rigging to hold within arms’ reach.

Catalina 22 Mark I With Foredeck Hatch Raised

The foredeck is a good size for managing a foresail and includes a sufficiently secure bow pulpit.  On Mark I boats, there is a large hatch in the center of the foredeck, which opens to the v-berth below.  On New Design boats, this hatch was moved aft to the forward end of the cabin house, which improves the foredeck for sail handling.  On Mark II boats, this hatch was changed from solid fiberglass to smoked plexiglass.  Due to the rising sheer line of the forward end of the deck, the plywood core in the foredeck is prone to rot if the watertightness of the foredeck fittings is not maintained.  Many owners have addressed rotted cores with various techniques that involve removing the rotted core from below decks.  Addressing this issue from below leaves no adverse blemishes on the foredeck.

Mark I Catalina 22s have no anchor locker.  Many Mark I boats are fitted with an anchor holder mounted on the bow pulpit.  For any Catalina 22 not already outfitted with one, anchor holders are available from Catalina Direct.  Catalina introduced an anchor locker with the New Design.

Catalina 22 New Design, Looking Forward from the Companionway

The Catalina 22 has Catalina’s traditional wide companionway with three hatch boards.  With the hatch boards removed, the interior of the boat is greatly opened.  This companionway is an excellent place to stand while under sail from which all operations of the boat can be observed and guests in the cockpit tended with food and beverages.

Headroom is limited at 4′ 4″, which owners report is great for their children.  In 1973, Catalina began offering the pop-top as an option, which swings up on 4 stainless steel struts and increases headroom to 5′ 7″.  Catalina modified the pop-top for the Mark II model, replacing the struts with a hinge at the forward edge, making it easier to raise.

Catalina 22 New Design Layout

Below decks, there is a wide but short v-berth forward with a removable central insert at the aft end.  On Mark I, New Design, and Mark II boats, beneath the central insert is a large storage area open to the salon.  Many owners keep port-a-potties in this space and some install marine heads.  Some Catalina 22s were delivered from the factory with marine heads installed in this space.  Also beneath the v-berth are two smaller storage areas.  The aft end of the v-berth can be enclosed with the factory-installed curtains, which offers some privacy if used as a head area.

On the New Design models, there is an icebox to port a centerline sink between the aft end of the v-berth and the forward dinette seat back.  To starboard there is a two burner stove and a drawer beneath.  Some owners remove this stove, leaving a deep shelf for storage.

Catalina 22 New Design, Looking Aft from V-berth, Dinette Table Lowered

Aft to starboard is a settee long enough for sleeping.  On the Mark I models, aft to port is the dinette, which can seat two adults and two children.  Outboard of the starboard settee, and the dinette to port, are shelves built into the hull.  There is storage beneath the starboard settee, the dinette seats if on the Mark I model, and the port settee if on the Mark II model.  On the Mark II model, the port settee continues aft beneath the cockpit, making the port settee long enough for sleeping.  Aft of the starboard settee is the “Captain’s Quarter Berth”, which is uncomfortable as a berth due to low headroom.  Most owners use this space for storing whisker poles, boat hooks, camp stoves, oars, and similar long and flat gear, or mounting radios and other equipment.  The aft most end of this quarter berth is accessible from a hatch in the cockpit.

Catalina 22 Mark I Slide-out Galley

For Mark I and Mark II boats (but not the New Design boats), Catalina offered a galley that would slide out from under the quarter berth for use.  On Mark I models, the slide-out galley included a sink, two burner stove, icebox, and storage drawer.  On Mark II models, the galley was smaller, and only included a sink and single burner stove.  The icebox was moved to and became an integral part of the companionway steps.

For the Mark II models, Catalina made the interior more spacious by widening the hull above the water line and widening the interior by 10″.

Catalina 22 Mark II, Hinged Pop-top Raised, Optional Cover Installed

VENTILATION

The Catalina 22 has no opening port lights, but none are necessary.  Ventilation on the Catalina 22 is excellent.  The large forward hatch funnels air into the cabin when under sail.  At the dock, owners report that a box fan can be placed in this hatch to effectively force air throughout the cabin.  The pop-top opens the entire salon dramatically. The large companionway contributes to this openness as well.

AUXILIARY POWER

The Catalina 22 is powered by an outboard motor hung on the port side of the transom on an adjustable mount.  Long shaft motors are preferred.  A 5 h.p. motor is more than adequate for pushing the boat even in rough conditions.  Many owners report having Catalina 22s equipped with less powerful motors without issue.

Catalina 22 On Trailer

With a maximum displacement of 2490 lbs. or less depending on keel model, the Catalina 22 is easily pulled without a powerful truck as a tow vehicle.  The light weight also enables the Catalina 22 to use a single axle trailer, although the trailer wheels should be of the 5-lug type.  The swing keel and relatively flat bottom also mean that many powerboat trailers can be easily modified to support the Catalina 22.

USED CATALINA 22 MARKET

Catalina 22 Towed By Motorcoach

Catalina 22s can be found on the used boat market typically ranging anywhere in price from $2,000 to $22,000, mostly depending upon age and condition, installed equipment and upgrades, and whether or not a trailer is included in the sale. However, derelict project boats occasionally pop-up for much less. Due to the ubiquity of the Catalina 22, it is always easy to find one for sale on Craigslist, Sailboat Listings, Sailing Texas, and other venues, and there are a plethora on Yacht World. If shopping for a Catalina 22, make sure all swing keel maintenance has been performed or be prepared to do it. Check early boats with aluminum trimmed windows for leaks, which was common but easily repairable. Check for foredeck core rot, stringer rot, and hull blistering, which were hit and miss problems on earlier boats. Otherwise, there is nothing special to consider with these boats that you would not for any other boat.

Special thanks to Jeremy Smith for his contributions to this article.

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

Catalina 22 Mark II Brochure

Catalina 22 Sport Brochure

Catalina 22 National Association

Catalina 22-Specific Parts Available from Catalina Direct

Catalina 22s Available for Sale on Craigslist, Nationwide

FAMILY CRUISING (SAILING AWAY) ON A CATALINA 22

CATALINA 22 RACING

LAUNCHING A CATALINA 22

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Had no idea that a Catalina was that affordable! Definitely going to get a yacht someday soon!

Excellent review. The only suggestion that I can make is that a matrix that compares the various features and problems of each model and age boat would be extremely helpful. I will use this review as my guide for the purchase of a Catalina 22. Congratulations on a very professional job.

Jim Vaughan Grass Valley, Ca

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Great informative article! Thanks for sharing your wealth of knowledge!

Great review that I will keep going back to for more research on things I had to skip over. I’m a senior age guy and have spent my life boating and commercial fishing but never sailing. I’m definitely going to buy a Catalina 22. This boat was recommended to me by my sailing instructor Gary of Outercape Sailing in Wellfleet Massachusetts. I live in Provincetown Massachusetts with a great harbor and Cape cod Bay. I’m so thankful for all this information. Thanks Peter Cook

Thanks for all the help. I am looking to purchase one right now but on all sites they are minimal at best. Can’t blame the people for not wanting to get rid of one unless trading up. Thanks again.

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2012 Foot Cutter Sailboat

2012 Foot Cutter Sailboat

Rainier, Oregon

Posted Over 1 Month

Foot cutter sailboat. Brand New never in the water yet... Glass foam and Balsa construction on teak frames.. Insulated for cold and hot water cruising.. Over 300000K in material. 21 years of skilled work.. Built under strict federal inspection. So can be documented.. S kegs. All Stainless Steel 2 Ton when filled 2500Lbs. 95 percent yellow mature cedar on all decks. Full financing professional nationwide shipping and extended warranties are all available on approved credit

32 Foot Ericson Sailboat Diesel

32 Foot Ericson Sailboat Diesel

Marina Del Rey, California

Make Ericson

Category Cruiser Boats

Length 32.0

Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 A great family cruiser/racer the Ericson 32. The beautiful teak interior gives a warm feel below while providing 6' 2" of headroom and a spacious 10' 10" beam with plenty of comforts for the cruising family. There is a spacious U shaped galley to starboard with hot and cold pressure water, a 10" stainless steel sink with through-hull drain. It has a mini refrigerator (120 volt) installed with the original gimbaled 2 burner stove with oven provided separately. The galley also has plenty of counter space, a 6 cubic foot insulated ice box with insulated lid, a tilt-out dish caddy, a wine locker and additional storage drawers and cabinets. There is plenty of storage on board and two water tanks plus one water bladder for some 40+ gallons of water available. There is a navigation station to port and behind it there is a spacious 6' 6" quarter berth with opening ventilation ports. Forward of the nav station is the settee with seating for 4, and a convertible table that provides sleeping accommodation for 2 adults. All the way forward is the owners stateroom secluded by a private teak panel door, has a private changing area, hanging locker and bathroom with shower attachment on the sink. The head also has an 18 gallon holding tank for when mooring at the islands. On deck Beryl has everything you need for that casual afternoon sail, a cruise to the So-Cal islands or some competitive racing with a full crew. The vessel is designed and set up also for single handed sailing when you feel adventurous. The 6 gallon water heater is about one year old and the heat exchanger has been removed serviced and is like new. The motor is the Universal M25, 21 hp diesel and is bullet proof driving the boat on a windless day to 5-1/2-6 knots. As with any boat that has been enjoyed there are some issues for the buyer to be aware of: The hatches are crazed but not causing any issues. The upholstery is clean and healthy but is showing normal wear. There are various dents and dings that accumulate with an actively used boat.The boat is delivered to buyer as is where is on the water, Marina Del Rey area. Any shipping is at buyers cost and up to buyer to arrange.I am the second owner and have had and enjoyed this boat for 15 years, sale due to limited use.Payment to be cash or certified bank cashiers check before boat is turned over to buyer.To view the boat before making an offer contact me, serious buyers only please, no sea trial without accepted offer and $500-deposit. Any questions please call Frank 310-493-7786.

1994 Ken Hankinson Custom 21' Sailboat

1994 Ken Hankinson Custom 21' Sailboat

Vonore, Tennessee

Make Ken Hankinson

Model Custom 21' Sailboat

1994 Ken Hankinson Custom 21' Sailboat Dharma is a 21'6" custom built sailboat.  The vessel is of Ken Hankinson design and consists of a 150 square foot mainsail and 100 square foot jib.   The drop keel is 600 lb. galvanized steel.The vessel is fir frame construction with 1/4 inch marine ply cull hull and 1/2 inch deck bottom.  She is fiberglass and epoxy encapsulated  The motor is a 1982 2-stroke Evinrude  4.5 hp with a long shaft and reverse gear.  The sails are in near new condition.  The vessel also contains a porta-pot, single burner propane stove, and eight gallon fresh water tank with a manual pump faucet.  She can be held firm at anchor with the existing danforth anchor along with  new spool and rope.  The original construction plans are available.

Crusing Catamaran Sailboat

Crusing Catamaran Sailboat

Slidell, Louisiana

Make Fountaine Pajot

Length 38.5

Cha Ching is a very well maintained and upgraded cruising catamaran. She sails fast and points to wind better than most catamarans. The large centrally located helm station allows for visibility at all four corners of the vessel, and features two entrances to the salon. The galley up configuration and ample 6 seat dining table makes entertaining fun for everyone. This fine vessel is offered at $165,000, which is significantly less than the last appraised value (appraisal available upon request). Owner has purchased a new catamaran and is motivated to sell. Bring all offers! Reliable low cost delivery of vessel by licensed captain available. DIMENSIONS: LOA- 38.5 ft. BEAM- 21 ft. DRAFT- 4’2 MAST HEIGHT- 58.5 ft. MANUFACTURER: Fountaine Pajot 1990, Model- Fiji NUMBER OF CABINS: 4 (2 Heads with showers) TANKAGE: Fuel- 55 gallons upgraded stainless tanks, Water- 120 gallons main tank, 45 gallons reserve (aluminum). Two holding tanks with macerator pumps (one each hull). ENGINES: 2 Inboard Diesel- Volvo Penta, Model- 2002 Approximately 1500 hours each TENDER: 12 foot AB hard bottom inflatable with 15 HP Evinrude (2 stroke) ELECTRONICS: All new Garmin Electronics in 2014 including Garmin 546-S Chart Plotter with blue chart chips, GMI-10 (one at nav station and 3 at helm), GHC 10 autopilot with GHC10 wireless remote, Standard Horizon VHF with DSC connected to GPS at nav station, with Ram 3 microphone at helm, ICOM M802 Single Sideband Radio, JRC 1500 MK II Radar, West Marine Submersible hand held VHF radio, Pioneer DH 2200 UB with Ipod and Iphone connectivity. MECHANICAL/ELECTRICAL: Pressurized hot and cold water to heads and galley. Hot water produced from heat exchanger on Stbd. Engine. Hot and cold shower on transom at cockpit. Fully air conditioned with Cruiseair STX-16 (16,000 BTU reverse cycle unit new in 2012) and one 6000 BTU unit in each hull. House Batteries- 8- 6 volt golf cart batteries new in 2015, and one starting battery 12v new in 2015. All LED nav lights installed 2014. Halogen salon lights replaced with LED lights, courtesy rope lights for “mood lighting”. 2 automatic and manual electric bilge pumps, one manual bilge pump in cockpit. 6 solar panels mounted on bimini with charge controller, Kiss wind generator on davits. Set up for water maker under Stb. forward berth with electrical and plumbing connections installed. New Barber Adler refrigerator (new compressor installed 2015) and Engle refrigerator/freezer in Port forward cabin. New 2000 watt charger inverter installed in 2014 with AC outlets in each cabin, head, galley, and nav station. ENO brand Propane 3 burner stove and propane grill at transom. Yamaha 3200 EFI gas generator powers AC system. DECK AND SAILING EQUIPMENT: Fractional rig aluminum Z-Spar mast and boom, with 3 Lewmar winches at mast base. Mainsail new in 2010 (heavy cruising main with 3 reefing positions). Boom vang installed 2010. Genoa on roller reefing with UV protective canvass and padeyes for downwind sailing. 2 large Lewmar 45 winches at cockpit and 2 smaller Lewmar winches for traveler. 65 lb. CQR anchor on crossbeam roller with 200 foot 5/8” chain rhode. Goiot electric windlass. Large plow anchor with 100’ chain and rope rhode, and one mud anchor. 6 aluminum mooring cleats. Crossbeam reinforced and compression post added in 2012. Dinghy on stainless davits with stainless steel chain, anchor, etc. Fully enclosed cockpit with custom canvass enclosure that allows for operation of vessel while deployed (with spare set of new forward dodger windows) ADDITONAL NOTES: This vessel has sailed all over the Caribbean and proven herself more than capable for longer offshore bluewater cruising. The boat is equipped with spares like fresh water pump, engine parts (alternator and starter motor, impellers, gaskets, relays, etc.). Other amenities like custom made sunscreen that fits over the entire bow and salon of vessel is included. The vessel recently had all bottom paint removed by soda blasting and new epoxy barrier coat installed along with new Trinidad SR bottom paint (high copper content). The large roomy cockpit comes equipped with 2 large storage lockers, and newly varnished teak benches and drain boards. Aft of the cockpit is a 2 foot varnished teak dinghy dock with plenty of room for generator, large cooler and space for shower and rinsing snorkel equipment. All bilges were sanded and repainted in 2014. New holding tanks and macerator pumps installed 2015. The boat comes with a newly certified 6 person valise life raft which was purchased in 2012. You must see this vessel in person to fully appreciate the level of maintenance and upgrades that have been done to this boat. She is truly ready to sail away.

23' OLYMPIC STAR SAILBOAT

23' OLYMPIC STAR SAILBOAT

Sorel-Tracy, Quebec

Make Olympic Yacht Limited

Model Olympic Star

Category Daysailer Sailboats

Length 23.4

SAILING BOAT OLYMPIC STAR 1969 $ 7,500.00 Specifications: length 23'4 " width 7'5 " draught 35 " 3850 lbs displacement . Sails: mainsail, genoa, working jib ; all in good condition. Complete deck equipment as well . Engine: Yamaha , 2011, 8 HP , 4 strokes, foot long , marine battery , sonar , compass , bilge pump , VHF radio. Miscellaneous : Interior and exterior redone (mahogany , okoumé ) . Berth 4 people. 2 counters , cooler, storage , small removable table , dishes. New cushions. Motor base . Brass porthole. Danforth anchor, lifebuoys , lifeline, slatted mahogany ladder. Large cockpit . Trailer ( double axle ), with winch , included. NEGOTIABLE PRICE Location: Sorel- Tracy, Quebec, Canada Contact: - By telephone: 450-742-5415 - By email: [email protected] *** NO SHIPPING ******The buyer is responsible for vehicle pickup or shipping.*** Normal 0 21 false false false FR-CA X-NONE X-NONE

1987 Ericson 34 Sailboat

1987 Ericson 34 Sailboat

Louisville, Kentucky

Ericson 34, 1987 1987 Ericson 34' sailboat in great condition looking for a new owner. The boat has great all around interior and exterior accommodations for both sailing and over-night outings. There are both front and rear berths and a large mid-cabin seating area to easily entertain a number of guests.There are many custom additions to the cabinets and interior storage spaces made over the years that both dress the boat up and make her more organized.Starboard aft you will find a wash room with shower, just in front a small bar/cocktail counter with refrigerated ice box, and in front of that a navigation table with electronics and the center of the boats electrical system.On port there is an open kitchen including a propane oven and 2 burner cook top, overhead plate rack (not in pictures), stainless steel sink and a stainless steel built in ice box, Kohler faucet, and new Corian countertop with sink cover.The water system has three fresh water tanks (60 gallons plus), a raw water pickup, and an ice drain recycle system that can in one way or another all be run either manually with foot pumps or with the pressurized system.The interior cushions were updated spring of 2012 and the teak/holly floors were also refinished.The engine on the boat was upgraded in the late 90s with a 30hp Universal 4 cylinder diesel that runs very strong and smooth, coupled to your choice of either a 2 or 3 blade fixed prop.The boat has a newer 110amp alternator with 2 bank isolator and a Freedom 10 inverter/charger.On the exterior the boat has new bottom paint 2012 and was waxed spring of 2012, a set of cockpit cushions, hatch, winch, helm and main covers. Dimensions: Beam 4'11"Displacement 13,000lbsDraft 6'3" Exterior: (2) Barient 27 self-tailing winches(4) Barient 21 self-tailing winchesNavtec Hydraulic backstayAutopilot w/wind speed and direction meters13' Extendable whisker poleDutchman system for mainBoom-vang140' Chain and Rode110v Shore power hookup Sails: 155 Mylar Headsail (Great condition)(2) 110 HeadsailsFull Batten Dacron Mainsail (Good condition) Misc: Stereo w/cd player (interior and exterior speakers)Holding tank: 25 gallons "y" valve for hull or pump-out dischargePressurized shower with independent shower bilge2 separate main battery shutoffsCockpit Manual BilgeDinette TableFull Original owner's manual with information on most all additions/changes/upgrades made to the boat over its life (engine, sails, electronics, ext.)

Sailboat - Cal 2-46 Motorsailor Ketch

Sailboat - Cal 2-46 Motorsailor Ketch

Atwood, California

Ready to go. This ketch offers speed under sail (8 kts reaching) and thrift & quiet under power (6.3 kts at 1,100 rpm, 0.6 gph - talk at normal voice levels). 2 heads, 3 cabins, 6+ foot headroom, wine cellar, deep freeze & refrig, ability to stow 3+ months dry goods, separate stand-up engine room with work bench, fully encloseable center cockpit, and long keel, provide comfort & stability for everybody under all conditions, as well as safe and easy use of tidal grid. Specs & equipment includes: 250 gal diesel, 250 gal water, pressure fresh water system, pressure salt water system, Lectrasan, 300 ft 3/8 HT chain w/300 feet 5/8 nylon, 3 anchors, windlass, solar panel, Caribe RIB w/9.8Hp in davits, 26 X 21 X 3 Gori prop, sunshades, full cockpit enclosure made of Sunbrella, LP stove and BBQ, many many spare parts for extended time in the wilderness. Dimensions: 45.5 Ft LOA, 12.5 Ft beam, 5 Ft draft, 33,000 Lbs. The only yacht of her size that is 'street legal' on wide load permits.

24 ft Sailboat CAL T/4

24 ft Sailboat CAL T/4

Ewa Beach, Hawaii

24’ CAL T/4 Sailboat, production # 47.  This sailboat was completely refurbished in 2010 with new rigging, mast stepped, (inspected and painted), all new chain plates, deck hardware, stainless steel bolts throughout, new life lines, gunnel, running lights, hull & deck paint, new electrical, telescoping motor mount, new interior paint, wood restoration.  Equipment: Main Sail (good condition), Standard Jib (good condition), Genoa 150% (good condition), Spinnaker (good condition), outboard motor (Tohatsu 9.8 HP 2 Cycle), VHF Standard Horizon Eclipse DSC Marine Transceiver, 2012 Shakespeare Antenna & Coax Cable, standard horizon HX 280S VFH FM Marine Transceiver, Cruiser 970 Series portable toilet (extra tall), compass, stainless steel ladder, wooden oar, West Marine inflatable 2 man dinghies – new w/foot pumps, 2 oars each with oar locks, life jackets (6), flotation cushion, Tailor Made boat bumpers (6), hook pole, extendable, 12 v marine battery, anchors (2), emergency light, flares – handheld, air horn, Fire Extinguisher, bilge pumps (2), (hand operated). Hull Type: Fin Keel Rig Type: Masthead Sloop LOA: 24.17 LWL: 21.00 Beam: 8.00 Draft (max) 4.00 Draft (min) SA: 256 Displacement: 4000 Ballast: 2000 Designer: C. William Lapworth Builder: Jensen Marine (USA) Hull: Fiber Glass Bal. Type: Lead Weighted Keel Hull Number: 47

1975 Catalina 22 Pop Top Sailboat and Trailer - Project

1975 Catalina 22 Pop Top Sailboat and Trailer - Project

Martinsville, Indiana

Make Catalina

Length 22.0

1975 Catalina 22 Pop Top Project Sailboat and Trailer The Catalina 22 is a popular sailboat produced by Catalina Yachts. Its hull measures 21 foot 6 inches (6.55 m), which is rounded up to 22 feet (6.7 m) for use in the model's name. First produced in 1968, it is one of the longest continuously produced sailboats in the world...Over 15000! Parts, videos and know-how are abound on the net 2005 last time previous owner had boat in water. I have never had boat in the water or was able to work on her. 2005 was the last time I was inside the cabin before preparing this listing for ebay. She has been closed up for ten years and is dirty in and out. I sprayed Windex in a few areas inside and dirt just wiped off with no scrubbing. Water, at one time, intruded around the forward hatch. Has complete set of interior cushions in gold plaid pattern. Most are in surprising good condition. NO SMELLS. One has a 1.5x1.5 inch hole in fabric that isn't seen when in place. 1 or 2 have an area of cracking vinyl. In all the noted exceptions, I don't think they would be seen or stop you from sailing PREVIOUS OWNER'S DESCRIPTION: '75 Catalina 22 pop top w/trailer • fair condition - Project boat • Swing Keel • Pop top • Sail Inventory: 2 mains, Jib (Marked San Juan works w/Cat 22s) and 150 Furling I think all are usable • Scupper upgrade in transom • Ablative paint on hull and keel • Never in salt water • Needs good cleaning • I know of no problems with the swing keel • No known leaks around keel pin • Comes with 2 Rudders. Usable but not perfect • Port side blemish in the gel coat • One pop top support needs to be re-bedded • Front hatch needs the frame reinstalled and sealed • Soft spot forward of hatch • Crack in cabin threshold but does not affect anything much • Cracks and crazing in the deck gelcoat that need filling • One stanchion base needs to be re-bedded • Small dent/crack in mast near stays, like pinched on one side at the spreaders. When raising the mast, one of the stays was caught and pulled the spreader forward. See photo. A pontoon boat repair guy told me that a braze could patch for about $25 • Needs halyards but I would get all new running rigging • Replace Hatch Boards or just cut a Plywood Hatch • Standing rigging, I am no judge but it worked when last used and it has been out of the elements since. • The forestay also has a quick-release lever purchased from Catalina Direct, along with quick-release pins for quicker and easier mast- raising and lowering. Those parts are, of course, stainless steel. • Will also include a sliding galley out of a 1984 Cat 22. It slides under the cockpit starboard seating when not in use. It has a faucet, sink, water fresh water holding tank, a drawer and a place for a small portable propane stove. I was going to sell it separately on ebay. They normally go from 150-200. TRAILER • Trailer in good shape, but could use some paint• Has 10 ft extension• Has surge brake system used for two trips since it was installed• Has Buddy Bearings• New load range 'C' tires were put on in Spring of 2010. 63 Miles total mileage as boat was towed from one of our rental homes to our house in Martinsville. No cracks or aging seen.• Extra duty bunks BTW: Good used trailers for sailboats are hard to come by. Have clear titles for boat and trailer. I have described everything I know about her to the best of my ability but I am no sailor. Somethings may be better and others may be worse. She is a project boat and sold as is. This is for local Pickup in Martinsville, Indiana (Just south of Indianapolis) An immediate non-refundable PayPal deposit of $200 is required upon purchase. Balance due in CASH when picked up. No checks or money orders of any kind. Pickup within 7 business days of end of listing. This is not an auction. Will be happy to answer questions Thanks for looking and your interest

1975 Catalina 22 Pop Top Project Sailboat and Trailer

1975 Catalina 22 Pop Top Project Sailboat and Trailer

1975 Catalina 22 Pop Top Project Sailboat and Trailer The Catalina 22 is a popular sailboat produced by Catalina Yachts. Its hull measures 21 foot 6 inches (6.55 m), which is rounded up to 22 feet (6.7 m) for use in the model's name. First produced in 1968, it is one of the longest continuously produced sailboats in the world...Over 15000! Parts, videos and know-how are abound on the net 2006 last time previous owner had boat in water. I have never had boat in the water or was able to work on her. Selling because soon after buying her, a heart problem took the wind out of my sails. Thought I would sooner or later, but unfortunately I will never be able to sail her. The following is description of previous owner: '75 Catalina 22 pop top w/trailer • fair condition - Project boat • Does not include motor (One available for a separate purchase) • Swing Keel • Pop top • Has sails, usable • Scupper upgrade in transom • Ablative paint on hull and keel • Complete set of interior cushions in gold plaid pattern are in decent condition • Never in salt water • Needs good cleaning • I know of no problems with the swing keel • No known leaks around keel pin • Rudder is good, but not perfect • Port side blemish in the gel coat • One pop top support needs to be re-bedded • Front hatch needs the frame reinstalled and sealed • Small crack in cabin threshold but does not affect anything much • Some cracks and crazing in the deck gelcoat that need filling • One stanchion base needs to be re-bedded • Small dent/crack in mast near stays, like pinched on one side at the spreaders. When raising the mast, one of the stays was caught and pulled the spreader forward. It pushed into the mast, and the mast has a small crack in it of approx. one inch. A aluminum boat repair guy told me that a weld could patch for $25 • Needs halyards but I would get all new running rigging • Replace Hatch Boards or Just cut a Plywood Hatch • The forestay also has a quick-release lever purchased from Catalina Direct, along with quick-release pins for quicker and easier mast- raising and lowering. Those parts are, of course, stainless steel. TRAILER • Trailer in good shape, but could use some paint• Has 10 ft extension• Has surge brake system used for two trips since it was installed• Has Buddy Bearings• Good tread on tires• Extra duty bunks BTW: Good used trailers for sailboats are hard to come by. Have titles for boat and trailer She is a project boat and is sold as is. I will cannot entertain low balling, consider trades, or Ebayers with negative feedback. This is for local Pickup in Martinsville, Indiana, just south of Indianapolis. An immediate non-refundable PayPal deposit of $200 is required upon purchase. Balance due is to be paid within 7 business days in cash only. No checks or money orders of any kind. You may pay balance via PayPal prior to picking up the boat. This is not an auction. Will be happy to answer questions Thanks for looking

1982 47' Formosa Peterson Center Cockpit Cruiser Sailboat

1982 47' Formosa Peterson Center Cockpit Cruiser Sailboat

Key West, Florida

Located on the doorsteps to the Caribbean in Key West Florida.For a full set of pictures and to see some shots from our sailing adventures with the boat visit www.formosa46.com Normal 0 false false false EN-US JA X-NONE Known around the world as one of the fastest center cockpits ever built, this Doug Peterson design offers the offshore cruising layout with a comfortable aft cabin with separate cockpit access as well salon entrance.The forward cabin offers a large V Berth, and Queen size berth in Master, both staterooms offer private adjacent Head Compartments with showers. She is a well maintained example of the beautiful Old World Craftsmanship in the cabinetry and joinery in the varnished teak interior.Bear Sniff has had a multitude of updates including Electronics and Instruments, 500W Wind Generator, Recently Varnished Deck Woodwork, Life Raft, RIB Dinghy With Engine, Asymmetrical Spinnaker, Complete New Running Rigging, New Heads, All Sails Reinforced for Cruising, New Antifouling New Thru Hull Valves, Updated mechanicals and all winches professionally serviced.Please see full specs below for complete details. Bear Sniff is powered by a Ford Lehman 2712E Engine, has Marine 16KBTU Reverse Cycle AC, can sleep six and is a fine example of a world cruiser, or Spacious Liveaboard. With her abundant number of recent upgrades Bear Sniff is a much desired cruiser.Bear Sniff features an offshore curising layout with a comfortable aft cabin with a separate cockpit access hatch as well a salon entrance. The Aft cabin includes a head with shower to port and a spacious double berth.The forward cabin is a large V-Berth with a second head located to port just aft of the cabin with plenty of storage opposite. The Nav Station is located at the aft starboard corner of the salon.The L Shaped Galley is opposite with tile countertops, and the folding dining table seats six, extending the length of the salon. Port and Starboard are comfortable settees that can double as berths. The excellent craftsmanship is apparent in the lovely varnished teak interior throughout plus teak and holly sole. DimensionsLOA: 47 ft 1 inBeam: 13 ft 0 inLWL: 40 ft 0 inLength on Deck: 47 ft 1 inMinimum Draft: 6 ft 3 inMaximum Draft: 6 ft 3 inDisplacement: 33000 lbsBallast: 11330 lbs EnginesEngine 1:Engine Brand: Ford LehmanEngine Model: 2712EEngine Type: InboardEngine/Fuel Type: DieselEngine(s) Total Power: 80 HPTanksFresh Water Tanks: (150 Gallons)Fuel Tanks: (100 Gallons)Holding Tanks: (20 Gallons)AccommodationsNumber of single berths: 2Number of double berths: 2Number of cabins: 2Number of heads: 2Outside Equipment/ExtrasTotal Liferaft Capacity: 6Manual windlassGalleyMicrowave Oven Kenyon Marine Stove with Oven12V Refrigeration with frost condenser & Super cool Air cooled compressorHot/Cold Pressure Fresh WaterFull Kitchen UtensilsNew Water Pressure Pump(2) Vacuum CleanersNew Potable Water Filter(4) Cabin FansRoom Air Filter(4) Cabin Pillows(4)Sets of Blankets & PillowsFull Galleyware of pots, plates, cups etc.(2) Deep S/S Sinks Electrical8KW 110V Westerbeke Genset (rebuilt 2006) New 500 Watt Wind Generator & Battery Charger (not fitted) 110V to 12V Electrical Panel rewired Dec 2012NEW 20 amp Smart Battery Charger(2) Group 29 House BatteriesGroup 29 Engine Start BatteriesGroup 27 Gen-Set Battery(2) 30 amp Shore Power CordsBluetooth Stereo12V & 110V Electrical Panel Recently Rewired(4) Cabin Fans (not fitted) ElectronicsEPIRBAIS & DSC VHF and New AntennaeRaymarine Smart Pilot and Hydraulic Autohelm UnitNew Icom Backup VHF M 35 w/New Whip AntennaeMast Antennae Replaced 9-13Raymarine Autopilot (hydraulic drive)NEW 2012 Lowrance HDS-7 Chart Plotter w/ High Resolution Depth SounderRaymarine i70 Smart Display Control UnitB & G Wind, speed, Depth InstrumentsRadar Reflector26” LCD TVBluetooth Stereo/CD PlayerDeckHull antifouled and all anodes replaced (Sept 2013) Danforth Anchor#45 Delta AnchorCQR AnchorSmall Danforth Dinghy AnchorRIB Dinghy w/ 2.5hp EngineFoot Pump for DinghyManual Simpson Lawrence WindlassCockpit TableCockpit PillowsCockpit SpeakersCaptains Chair PillowSix person Offshore Life Raft(2) Inflating offshore Life Jacket w/ Harness(2) Inflating Coastal Life Jackets(2) HarnessesOne set of jacking straps(4) Thru-Hull Valves Replaced 2013All Deck Woodwork re-oiled Sept 2013(4) Sets of Strobe Lights, Whistles, Sea Dye, Glow SticksFull set of Flares, including Flare Gun, Flag & Spare Cartridges(3) NEW Fire Extinguishers(1) New Safety DrogueBimini(5) FendersBarge BoardNumerous Ropes & SheetsBinocularsHammockSails & RiggingComplete New Running Rigging Professionally replaced and installed Dec 2012 Full Batten Quantum Mainsail New 2006, reinforced Dec. 2012 for cruising w/deep second reef point130% Quantum Genoa New 2006, reinforced Dec. 2012Staysail (excellent condition)Asymmetrical spinnaker & BagComplete New Running RiggingSail CoverHarken Roller Furling(4) Winch HandlesS/S Standing RiggingALLWINCHES PROFESSIONALLY SERVICED DEC 2012(2) Barient 32 Two Speed Primary Winches(2) Barlow 25 Two Speed Winches one on Combing, one on Coachhouse(3) Barient 21 Two Speed Winch on Combing(4) Barlow 25 Two Speed Mainsheet WinchBarlow 20, 21, and Aqualast 22 Two Speed Winches on MastEngines & Mechanical80HP Ford Lehman engine7 amp Altenator(2) Fuel Tanks w/Racor Oil/Water Separator (approx 100 gal)(3) Water Tanks (approx 200 gallonsHolding Tank (approx. 30 gallon)Recently refurbished Water Pump Sept. 2013Oil & Filters Changed Every 100 hoursManual and Automatic bilge Pumps110V Air Conditioning(2) Heads Replaced Dec 2012(3) Portable Diesel Tanks(1) Gas TankOil Vacuum PumpMacerator Pump$3000 Full Set of Tools for everything you want to do on boardNumerous Spares (Screws, washers, rope, cable, bilge pumps, impellors, fixtures etc)Full Set of Spare Oil, Fuel, & Water Filters Contact me for a full list of equipment not included in the sale. Mainly personal effects etc. If you have any questions or wish to arrange an inspection feel free to contact me to discuss.________________________________________________________________________________ In answer to the many of the questions posed to me here are a few more details:- I've owned the boat for two years. Initially it was purchased in Houston with big plans to sail the Caribbean but life unfortunately got in the way. During that time I've refit many of the items on the boat and this is outlined above.- Yes the boat can be viewed in Key West, Florida, USA. For those that are interested message me and I'll give you the contact details of my local Key West broker.- The boat is currently Australian registered but will be de-registered as part of the sale. So the new owner can get the boat re-registered with the USCG.- Yes the boat is capable of offshore voyages, but no I wouldn't jump in this tomorrow and sail across the Pacific. Not due to any structural fault in the boat. I would add better water storage, a water maker, fit the wind vane, purchase some spare sails, fit a full bimini cover etc. before committing to such a voyage. Of course you would want to have had a lot of experience offshore before crossing the North Atlantic.- More images of the boat and the trips we've taken can be found at www.formosa46.com- No I will not trade for another boat unless someone has a similar size/condition vessel in Australia.- Yes the price is negotiable within reason as are the sale terms. Please contact me to discuss.- The boat is very well equipped with all the safety gear you could ever hope for and is in a good condition.

1973 Wd Schock Santana 21

1973 Wd Schock Santana 21

Tucson, Arizona

Private Seller (520) 891-2596 Photos Photo 1 Photo 2 Close Request Information * Name First Name * Email Telephone (optional) Best Time to Contact Anytime Morning Mid-day Evening Question/Comments (optional) Shop Safely: Protect Your Money. By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use. Contact Seller 1973 Wd Schock Santana 21,1973 Santana 21 foot sailboat. Good condition. Needs a little cleanup. Comes with a 6 hp Johnson OB in questionable condition. The boat has a swing keel with new cable. Three sails included in good shape, mainsail, jib, and Genoa. All rigging in decent shape. Also includes a trolling motor. Trailer in good shape. Moving later this year and can't take it with me. $2300 OBO. Please call afternoon only but email best. $2300, 5208912596 Be sure: Get a boat history report|Finance this boat|Get an insurance quote|

2003 Island Packet 420 CT

2003 Island Packet 420 CT

Newton, Iowa

2003 Island Packet 420CT Sailboat. Powered by a Yanmar 4C 75hp turbo diesel engine- Immaculate Leather Interior 44 feet and sleeps 6 - Sails like new well maintained original owner - Bow Thruster Garmin Inst. - Variprop Dodger Life Line Batteries AC and Heating Interphase Sonar- Cream Color Blue Bottom with Pin Stripe- Engine E 12753 75 HP FWC Turbo diesel Yanmar- Water Capacity 250 Gallons - Fuel Capacity 160 Gallons- Displacement approximately 30000 lbs. - Ballast 12000 lbs. - LOA 44.7 feet LWL 37.4 feet Beam 14.3 feet Draft 5 feet- Mast Above DWL 58.10 feet- Headroom 6.5 feet Cabins Berths 3.7 Roller furling mast with spare halyard. - Anchor windless reversible electric Sprint 1500 with deck and remote cockpit controls deluxe chain stopper.- Side Power 6.0 h.p. Bow Thruster with joystick control on pedestal and tunnel screens.- All interior cushions of upholstery grade dual density foam covered in premium designer Ultra Leather fabric. - 4 cockpit cushions 2 inch closed Ceil foam Rub rail co extruded hi impact vinyl molded in hull color with S.S. striker.- Electric macerator pump with valves for overboard discharge of holding tank.- Leather wheel cover 3 stainless steel Dorade style vents with S.S. guards and screens.- Fifteen opening ports with screens and eight deck hatches.- Forward head with wrap around deep stainless steel sink hot and cold pressure water mirror storage cabinets and drawers two opening ports overhead hatch toothbrush holder with cup toilet tissue holder vanity with tray. - Foldaway acrylic shower doors enclose separate shower area with molded seat. Forward stateroom with privacy doors to salon and head. - Large offset double berth with teak shelves lockers and cedar lined drawers.- Main salon with L shaped pull out double Settee berth and a single berth.- Teak cabinets and book shelves. Deluxe drop leaf table folds against bulkhead rack with bottle storage. - Navigation station with a large table with chart storage tray navigation lights.- Electrical panels Leather covered swing out swivel seat with electric and hydraulic control.- Aft head with shower with curtain.- Aft stateroom with privacy doors to main salon and head compartment. - Large double berth with teak shelves and storage locker. Galley includes the following.- Large wrap around design with sea rails on all edges.- Veco Frig A Boat Refrigerator and freezer Keel cooled compressor with smart speed control.- Gimballed 3 burner LPG stove with oven double S.S. sink with deluxe polished finish hot and cold pressure water tap.- Rollaway trash bin teak paper towel holder deluxe teak dish rack and cutlery drawers.- Large storage areas microwave over 115V AC- Hatches have screens by Glebe Creek Screenworks companion way door with screen and or glass clear plex Mermaid Marine AC and Heating AC 16-16500 B.T.U. deluxe installation Kit and drain unit with thermostat. - Solar Pro Plug and Play 100 Solar Panel 7.5 amp. 15 18 volts Zodiac dingy FR285 Atkins and Hoyle Davits Fixed with adjustable angle 18 inch riser arms.- Garhauer Rigid Boom Vang 275 feet 5.16 inch HI test galv. Chain 260 foot 9.16 rode 45 lb. C.Q.R. and 2 Danforths 40 lb. and 20lb. - Garmin GPSMAP 3210 Color Chart Plotter 10.4 inch display.- Garmin GMR 21 2KW Dome 24 inch on tower.- UI Twin CLC 15890 Interphase Twinscope Forward Looking Color Sounder with TH Ducer Thru Hull 10048 Icom M602 - Waterproof Marine Transceiver DSC VHF Radio with extra IC 502CM IC HM 127 Command Mic.- Serious inquiries only. Qualified buyers are eligible for financing nationwide shipping and extended warranties.. ~s~

1985 O'Day 26 SL

1985 O'Day 26 SL

Tampa, Florida

1985 O'Day 26 SL. 1985 O'Day 26 Sailboat in great condition- Hull Type - Keel and Center Board- Rig Type - Masthead Sloop.. LOA - 25.67'- LWL - 21.58'- Beam - 8'. Draft Minimum - 2.3'- Draft Maximum - 6.00' with Board Down.. Disp - 4800 Pounds- Ballast - 1850 Pounds.. RIG DIMENSIONS- I - 30.00'- J - 10.25'- P - 25.00'- E - 10.00'.. SA Fore - 153.75 ft2- SA Main - 125.00 ft2- Listed SA - 279ft2- SA and Disp - 15.72- Forestay Len - 31.70'.. Copy of the Original Operating and Rigging instructions.- Purchased the Sailboat as a Starter and was very happy with it.. Sailed this Boat almost every Weekend- Currently Anchored at Tampa Bay Marina near Westshore Mall- Cleaned the bottom personally every Month.. All Safety Equipment Includes.- - Flares and Flare Gun- - Fire Extinguisher- - One Type-IV and five Type-II Vests- - Whistles- - 1 Pair of Binoculars- - First-Aid Kit.. Simrad TP-10 Tiller Auto-Pilot worth $439.00 with Instructions Manual- Garmin GPS Map with Transducer 546S worth $750.00. 4 Speaker Stereo System Radio SD Card USB Port Auxiliary Ports with replacement Warranty- 2 Marine Speakers within and 2 outside.. New Bimini top worth $300.00- New Main-Sail cover worth $250.00- Battened Main Sail with Lazy Jacks- New Genoa worth $700.00- Pro-Furl - Roller Furling worth $1500.00- 1 House Battery worth $300.00- 1 Motor Battery - both around 6 Months old and under Warranty.. 15 Horsepower 2-Stroke Outboard Mercury with both Electric and Manual Start- Auto Bilge Pump.. Marine Head with a Macerator Pump and 10.0 Gallon of Water Holding tank- 16.0 Gallon of Fresh Water Holding tank- 2 Pump Faucets with 1 in Head and the other in Dinette Sink.. Built-in large Cooler on countertop- 1 small Outside Cooler underneath the Pilot Seating area- Bow Anchor Locker with Danforth- 10 foot long of a Chain plus a 175 foot long Rope- Stern Danforth stored on the spacious Transom with 30 foot long Rope.. All Cushions and Settees in perfect conditions- Sleeps 6 - V-Berth sleeps 2 Main Salon Couch opens into bed for 2 plus 2 individual sleeping areas- Bumpers and extra Docking Rope.. This is a must see Sailboat and everything works well- Serious inquiries only. This Vessel is currently located in Lakeland FL.- Qualified Buyers may be eligible for Financing Nationwide Shipping and Extended Warranties.

1981 Hunter Shoal Draft

1981 Hunter Shoal Draft

North Babylon, New York

Private Seller (631) 376-6042 Photos Photo 1 Photo 2 Photo 3 Photo 4 Photo 5 Photo 6 Photo 7 Photo 8 Photo 9 Photo 10 Photo 11 Photo 12 Photo 13 Photo 14 Photo 15 Photo 16 Photo 17 Photo 18 Photo 19 Photo 20 Photo 21 Photo 22 Close Request Information * Name First Name * Email Telephone (optional) Best Time to Contact Anytime Morning Mid-day Evening Question/Comments (optional) Shop Safely: Protect Your Money. By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use. Contact Seller 1981 Hunter Shoal Draft,1981 30 Hunter sailboat, beautifully maintained inside and out. Four foot shoal draft, 10 foot beam. Sleeps 4 to 6 comfortably. Custom 150 North Sails genoa and a full roach Quantum mainsail. Furlex roller-furler system. Danforth anchor with 6 feet of 1/2 inch chain and 50 foot of rode. Full canvas suite includes newer dodger, bimini and mainsail cover in pacific blue. Brand new custom cockpit cushions with 4 flotation cushions. Custom made cockpit table for elegant dining. Standard Barient winches and a 2 speed self-tailing #30 Lewmar winch, including 2 winch handles. Four USCG approved lifejackets, custom made cushions in main salon, full head with standard toilet, holding tank and sink. Engine is a 15 hp Yamnar deisel with a 12 gallon fuel tank. Water tank is 33 gallons which supports fully pressurized galley and head sink. Nice size wet locker for clothes and storage. This boat has been beautifully maintained and cared for! $17000, 6313766042 Be sure: Get a boat history report|Finance this boat|Get an insurance quote|

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The Unique Burial of a Child of Early Scythian Time at the Cemetery of Saryg-Bulun (Tuva)

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In 1988, the Tuvan Archaeological Expedition (led by M. E. Kilunovskaya and V. A. Semenov) discovered a unique burial of the early Iron Age at Saryg-Bulun in Central Tuva. There are two burial mounds of the Aldy-Bel culture dated by 7th century BC. Within the barrows, which adjoined one another, forming a figure-of-eight, there were discovered 7 burials, from which a representative collection of artifacts was recovered. Burial 5 was the most unique, it was found in a coffin made of a larch trunk, with a tightly closed lid. Due to the preservative properties of larch and lack of air access, the coffin contained a well-preserved mummy of a child with an accompanying set of grave goods. The interred individual retained the skin on his face and had a leather headdress painted with red pigment and a coat, sewn from jerboa fur. The coat was belted with a leather belt with bronze ornaments and buckles. Besides that, a leather quiver with arrows with the shafts decorated with painted ornaments, fully preserved battle pick and a bow were buried in the coffin. Unexpectedly, the full-genomic analysis, showed that the individual was female. This fact opens a new aspect in the study of the social history of the Scythian society and perhaps brings us back to the myth of the Amazons, discussed by Herodotus. Of course, this discovery is unique in its preservation for the Scythian culture of Tuva and requires careful study and conservation.

Keywords: Tuva, Early Iron Age, early Scythian period, Aldy-Bel culture, barrow, burial in the coffin, mummy, full genome sequencing, aDNA

Information about authors: Marina Kilunovskaya (Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation). Candidate of Historical Sciences. Institute for the History of Material Culture of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Dvortsovaya Emb., 18, Saint Petersburg, 191186, Russian Federation E-mail: [email protected] Vladimir Semenov (Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation). Candidate of Historical Sciences. Institute for the History of Material Culture of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Dvortsovaya Emb., 18, Saint Petersburg, 191186, Russian Federation E-mail: [email protected] Varvara Busova  (Moscow, Russian Federation).  (Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation). Institute for the History of Material Culture of the Russian Academy of Sciences.  Dvortsovaya Emb., 18, Saint Petersburg, 191186, Russian Federation E-mail:  [email protected] Kharis Mustafin  (Moscow, Russian Federation). Candidate of Technical Sciences. Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.  Institutsky Lane, 9, Dolgoprudny, 141701, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation E-mail:  [email protected] Irina Alborova  (Moscow, Russian Federation). Candidate of Biological Sciences. Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.  Institutsky Lane, 9, Dolgoprudny, 141701, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation E-mail:  [email protected] Alina Matzvai  (Moscow, Russian Federation). Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.  Institutsky Lane, 9, Dolgoprudny, 141701, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation E-mail:  [email protected]

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