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Although it conforms to ce ratings for ocean sailing, this boat is better suited for coastal cruising in comfort and short offshore passages. it's got a great set of layout options for living aboard..

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We’ve been soaked to the bone while racing Catalina’s most popular model, a 27-footer on which we crewed in a San Francisco one-design fleet. We’ve raced down the Baja coast steering a squirrelly 38-footer under a masthead kite while winning class honors in the Newport-Ensenada race. Over the years, we’ve sailed and reviewed quite a few Catalinas, and have noted two central characteristics of these boats: They have a pretty good turn of speed and spacious accommodations. We’ve also noted that the company’s mass production techniques occasionally reflect a lack of attention to detail in the fit and finish of joinery.

It has also been impossible to miss the fact that Catalina owners are a ferociously loyal lot who tend to shrug off minor shortcomings by saying “Hey, it ain’t supposed to be a Rolls Royce.”

With the introduction of the Catalina 470 in 1998, the company announced an effort to upgrade the quality of the fit and finish without changing its pricing practices. It also added a legitimate performance cruiser to dealer showrooms. More than 200 of these boats have been delivered already. That’s an amazing production run for a boat of this size in an economy this wobbly. Price-wise, Catalina can keep competing when other, higher-end boatbuilders are startting to duck and cover.

Company History Frank Butler, who founded Catalina Yachts 30 years ago, has always contended that his boats provide owners with good value, and this is true. The company’s product line spans the sailing universe; it offers boats ranging in size from the Capri 22, a daysailor, to the 47-footer described here.

Catalina 470

Mindful of the occasional barb about quality control, Gerry Douglas, Catalina’s vice president, chief engineer, and Butler’s right-hand man for two decades, says, “Our owners don’t mind adding that extra layer of varnish. They’re very hands-on, and like to tinker on their boats. I like to think that we’ve given them a stable platform on which they can safely sail anywhere at an affordable price.”

While conducting an inspection and test sail of the 470, Douglas said, “We’ve gone up a notch with this boat, and introduced features that we’ll begin adding to all of our boats 38 feet and longer. There’s also a higher level of sophistication in systems, construction, and finish.

“We designed the boat to appeal to fairly experienced sailors who are comparison shoppers. For many, this will be a crossover boat—for people moving up from 40-footers, and people switching to Catalina from other brands. The typical buyers are 55 to 60 years old, perhaps semi-retired. They want performance, to cruise under sail, not power. They have a wish list with regard to accommodations. Systems are very important.”

Design/Appearance Overall, the hull is nicely proportioned, with a nearly flat sheer that runs to the down-curved stern sections. The 14-foot beam is moderate for a modern 47-footer, and runs well aft, almost to the transom area. This adds some initial stability as well as interior volume aft. The straight sheerline works well with the house, which carries long, narrow ports to produce an illusion of movement. Though she carries huge interior volume, she does not appear clunky.

According to Gerry Douglas, the hull is easily driven with the moderate sailplan, and doesn’t pound in a seaway. We weren’t able to sail her in lumpy enough conditions to confirm that, but she did behave well during our test sail.

Underbody appendages are a 7’10” fin keel or optional shoal draft keel with winglets 30 percent aft of the leading edge. Rudder and keel are elliptically shaped.

“A cockpit should be long enough to sleep in,” says Douglas. As a consequence, seats in the 470 cockpit are 6’2″ inches long, with 11″ backrests. The 39″ long cockpit table seats four, and has a built-in storage bin and molded cup holders.

Unlike any other arrangement we’ve seen, the electrical system for shore power is split between three separate connectors. According to Douglas, this is “so that owners can use smaller cords than those heavy, unwieldy brutes.”

Deck Layout The deck layout is designed for couples who prefer to sail alone without having to maintain a physical fitness routine in order to manage the 1,010 square feet of canvas she flies. Most boats are equipped with furling mainsail systems and oversized electric winches for halyards and mainsail controls. “I don’t think we can have too large a winch,” Douglas says.

Add the Dutchman sail flaking system that comes as standard equipment, and the boat could even be singlehanded in a pinch.

The layout of deck gear is typical of the today’s production boats and the fact that older sailors don’t want to work forward of the cockpit in unruly seas. Internal halyards and sail controls are led aft to Harken 44 two- speed winches and Lewmar rope clutches. Primary winches are Harken 66 two-speed self-tailers.

Catalina continues to rely on Garhauer to provide most of the boat’s blocks, as well as a stainless steel vang. The roller furler is a Schaefer 3100. Standard equipment also includes a Maxwell 1200 windlass.

In addition to contributing to the boat’s appearance, ten Lewmar ports, including two in the cockpit, allow light and fresh air to penetrate spaces belowdecks. Deck hatches are Lewmar low-profile Ocean series.

Despite the boat’s size, and potential use on blue water, the double- spreader rig is stepped on deck. To avoid damaging the deck coring, it sits atop a 1/2″ thick aluminum plate welded to the top of a 5-1/2″ inch diameter compression post. “It’s all metal to metal,” Douglas says.

It’s true that there are plenty of boats with deck-stepped masts sailing successfully offshore, including the Hallberg-Rassy 42, which we reviewed in May of this year. Every time we say we prefer keel-stepped masts for offshore work, we get angry letters—not from the boatbuilders, but from readers who have deck-stepped masts. So be it. We believe keel-stepped masts are ultimately safer, even if they’re noiser, leakier, and more obtrusive belowdecks. Offshore, if something fails, they’re less likely to topple over wholesale—the “buried root” tends to preserve them—and if they do break, they usually leave something sticking through the deck to which a jury rig can be attached. As we noted in the HR42 review, the butt of a keel-stepped mast needs to be secured to the step.

From the standpoint of comfort and safety, handrails recessed below the cabintop prevent bruised legs when the crew is seated without impairing their ability to find a handhold. Three pre-molded indexes under the boom are designed to house an eight-person life raft in a handy, out of the way location. Stanchions are 29″ high, and shroud bases are set in close to the cabintop, which allows close sheeting angles and makes travel between cockpit and foredeck easier.

On boats this size, Douglas considers redundancy in major systems a key element of the design. As a result, the two-wheel steering system is a product of a collaboration between Catalina and Edson. “The entire system is redundant,” says Douglas. ” There are no shared cables or wheels. Each steering wheel has a separate cable system, so if one is lost the other will still function.”

Catalina 470

Accommodations Though there’s nothing earthshaking about the general design of spaces belowdecks, the 14-foot beam produces 11 feet of room amidships, continuing Catalina’s tradition of maximizing living spaces.

Improvements in the quality of the interior are subtle. Multiple layers of smooth satin varnish are hand-laid on wood surfaces. The edges of cabinetry, doors and corners, where wear or abrasion may be noticeable, are made of solid teak to prevent blemishes. Lockers and cabinets are fitted with lights that automatically turn on when doors open. Since Catalina now builds cushions in-house, berths are supplied with 7″ thick residential-grade mattresses with powder-coated springs that prevent rust marks on bedding. All of the cabinetry hardware is provided by one company, so replacement of damaged equipment is a small task.

Owners can select stateroom layouts from three optional configurations. In the standard two-stateroom configuration, the forward cabin houses a Pullman berth and shower compartment in an area large enough to house a washer and dryer combination. Aft is a queen-sized bunk on an island. As an alternative, layout No. 2 splits the aft section of the boat into two cabins, each with its own head compartment. An island berth in the forward cabin is an option in this configuration. The third layout offers the option to remove cabinetry from the port stateroom to convert the space into an enclosed workshop. Nice idea!

Headroom in the saloon is 7′ 4″, and length on the centerline approximately 11′ 6″. Seven ports on each side of the hull, and 11 Halogen lights in the saloon and galley, produce a bright space, even on foggy day.

Seven companionway steps cover the engine. Since the cover is a bulky fiberglass box with an aluminum frame, the addition of a gas piston spring that holds the section upright is a helpful addition. Once that’s elevated, access to the sides and front of the Yanmar engine, fuel and water filters, is excellent.

“To prevent contamination, and monitor consumption, boats are equipped with two separate fuel systems and five water tanks,” says Douglas. “If one goes bad, no more than 20 percent of the supply will be lost. There are two independent waste systems. Tanks, hoses, and through-hulls operate independently.”

Though the boat is not intended for use in a charter fleet, tanks are thick enough to meet charter regulations. “We did that because it would be more difficult to change in the future.”

Creature comforts in the main cabin include a C-shaped settee with seating for six to eight adults around a highly polished table. Stowage below the settee is in a watertight compartment, eliminating the risk of bilge water penetrating stores.

Depending upon owner preference, seating to starboard may be on a 6′ 6″ bench with space below for 50 gallons of fuel, or on two upholstered swiveling chairs.

On a boat of this size, there should be plenty of room for the navigator, and Catalina does a good job in this regard. The 470 is equipped with a proper chart-sized table and room for electronics. Forward of the nav table there’s a slide-out table for a TV/VHS combination, radio, and Sony CD changer, all of which are standard equipment. Circuit breakers on the electrical panel are illuminated—a real plus after sunset.

It’s axiomatic that bigger boats have bigger galleys, and the 470 is no exception. Located to port, it offers a chef plenty of elbow room, counter space, and a portlight outboard that provides a view. Counters are constructed of Grancoat®, a tough fiberglass material that’s easy to maintain. A dry locker that could be converted to a refrigerator is located outboard to port, and a cabinet with glass doors is located on the aft bulkhead. The stove is a three-burner Princess with oven and a stainless steel hood fitted with halogen light. A microwave stored in a cutout will accelerate prep time of hot drinks for the midnight watch crew.

In all, living quarters are spacious and well-organized, and fit and finish are a cut above her predecessors.

Construction This Catalina is built at the company’s Florida factory. A completed boat consists of four components: the hull; a structural grid liner that absorbs and diffuses chainplate and mast loads and houses the engine bed; a liner running from bow to stern that does not provide any structural support but forms furniture, beds and cabinets; and, finally, the deck.

Catalina 470

The hull to a point 6″ above the waterline is solid fiberglass impregnated with vinylester resin in the skin coat. The lamination schedule calls for hand-laying 2-oz. chop and 8 layers of mat and roving to produce a 1″ thick bottom. Topsides are cored with Baltec AL 600 balsa. A collision bulkhead at the aft end of the anchor locker fills the area between the deck and bottom of the hull; it is glassed to the hull.

The deck is constructed of layers of chop, mat, and roving cored with 1/2″ thick balsa. Pre-tapped, 3/8″ thick aluminum plates are bedded in areas where deck hardware will be installed.

Chainplates also show a new design, not used on any other Catalina models. Says Gerry Douglas, “It’s a ball- and-socket arrangement that locates chainplates through a round hole in the deck, rather than a slot. This method spreads loads, and they are perfectly bonded so there’s no problem with leaks. They are also self-aligning.” (Leaky chainplates have been a common source of criticism for Catalina yachts.)

Despite being a relatively complicated boat, most wiring and plumbing runs are easily accessible under floorboards and seat covers, and color coded for identification. Wiring runs are in half-round PVC bonded to the hull. A 118-page owner’s manual provides schematics of all of the boat’s mechanical systems, and should help to make most things clear even to those who may be “mechanically challenged.”

Performance Invited aboard by Douglas and Seattle dealer Carl Rafello, we tested the 470 on a fall afternoon in which predicted 10-15 knot winds did not materialize. However, we did ferret out the 470’s personality in 6-8 knot winds. In that light air she performed well enough to sneak into our definition of “performance cruiser,” although that phrase is amorphous enough to include a lot of boats in different conditions.

Her rated sail area of 1,010 square feet (100% foretriangle), combined with her wing-keel configuration displacement of 26,500 lbs., gives her a SA/D ratio of 14.01—in the lower ranges of what we might hope for in the horsepower department. Change to a fin keel and she immediately drops 1,800 pounds of displacement; add the optional taller rig for sailing in predominately light winds, and SA increases to 1,092 square feet. This combination allows a SA/D of 18.9, a much more blood-stirring figure. In that configuration, the D/L drops to 160, and she actually ends up in the upper reaches of the light-displacement category.

Sailing with the standard rig and fin keel under a 135-percent genoa, we recorded 5-6 knots of boatspeed off the breeze. Upwind, when pressed, she could sail within about 40 degrees of the apparent wind without loss of speed. Our upwind and downwind boatspeeds were about the same in that breeze. The helm is light, sight lines from both wheels are excellent, and our test boat tacked easily through about 90 degrees.

The limit of positive stability (LPS) of the 470 is listed at 126 degrees, which is within the acceptable range for offshore boats, and in fact she’s rated as a Category A (“Ocean”) cruiser under CE requirements. While we don’t doubt the boat’s essential structural integrity, or that she could cross an ocean in the right hands, she’s really not set up for that. (For example, aside from the mast issue, there are no sea berths, which might be OK on a downwind sail to Hawaii, but wouldn’t be too great on a long starboard tack to Bermuda.)

Conclusion Our test provided, at best, a hint of the performance potential of this boat. Nonetheless, given proper conditions we would expect her to sail at her calculated hull speed of 8.5 knots.

A prospective buyer must carefully evaluate typical conditions in the area where the boat will be sailed, and match sail area and keel configuration accordingly. The deep-keel, tall-rig combination will certainly maximize the boat’s performance. (Those are big jumps in both SA/D and D/L numbers up there.) Given deep enough home waters, this would be the way to go. With that set-up, we could expect her to record 150-200 mile days off the wind under a cruising kite.

Well-conceived mechanical systems make the 470 easy to sail. Be aware, though, that there are of lot of these systems, from the dual steering to the rather complex lighting and entertainment wiring. The harder you sail this boat, the more scrutiny and maintenance these systems will require.

In terms of creature comfort, the boat is excellent—spacious on deck and gracious below. Her list of standard equipment is extensive; add electronics and a 150% genoa, and stores, and she’ll be ready for a coastal cruise. Add electric winches and a mainsail furling system, and the task becomes easier (although more complicated).

Following the company’s philosophy, the 470 is moderately priced at $265,510 (FOB Largo), in the ballpark with similarly sized production boats like the Beneteau 473, priced at $231,000. (Close scrutiny of the list of standard gear is necessary for a complete comparison of pricing.)

The strengths of the 470 lie exactly where Gerry Douglas placed them for his potential market: She’s set up very intelligently for coastal cruising, living aboard, and the occasional coastal hop of a few hundred miles in offshore conditions. That’s plenty to ask of a production boat of this size and price, and the 470 seems to answer those demands nicely. She also comes with a devoted support network of owners.

Contact- Catalina Yachts, 818/884-7700, .


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Beckoning 2001 | 46' Catalina 470 Sailboat for Sale

2001 catalina, 46' (14.17m) 470 - beckoning, fitted out as a passagemaker beckoning is not your average catalina. this two owner boat has been extensively upgraded. she is turn key, ready for blue water and can take you wherever you want to go in comfort and safety..

  • Annapolis Maryland United States
  • Fiberglass Hull

$ 188,000 USD

€ 176,607 euros $ 258,758 cad.



Fitted out as a passagemaker Beckoning is not your average Catalina. This two owner boat has been extensively upgraded. She is turn key, ready for blue water and can take you wherever you want to go in comfort and safety. Her impressive equipment list includes AIS, EPIRB, Radar, Sonar, WiFi, Water Maker, GenSet, Wind Generator, Jacklines, Life Raft, an extensive Spares Locker, plus SSB and Satellite Communications.

First launched as Catalina's flag ship model in 1998, the 470 features an upgraded fit and finish and was designed and built to achieve a CE Ocean Sailing Rating. Redundant systems include independent dual helm stations, multiple fuel & water tanks and independently operating fresh water heads. She features, roller furling sails with all controls leading aft so there is no need to leave the cockpit; which is huge and includes a hard top dodger and a full canvas enclosure. Below decks you'll find the space and functionality that is legendary at Catalina, complimented by upgraded joinery, appointments and LED lighting throughout.

Well maintained and in terrific shape she is ready to set sail. If you are looking for a blue water cruiser don't miss out on Beckoning. Call for an appointment today! 

LOA: 46' 6" (14.17 Meters)

Type: Sail - Used

Beam: 14' "

Bridge Clearance: 63' 4"

Draft Max: ' "

Draft Min: 5' 6"

Maximum Speed: Knots

Cruise Speed: 7.5 Knots

  • Fuel Type: Diesel

Hull Material: Fiberglass

Fuel Tank: 84 Gallons (317.97 Liters)

Fresh Water: 180 Gallons (681.37 Liters)

Holding Tank: 70 Gallons (264.98 Liters)

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Fitted out as a passagemaker Beckoning is not your average Catalina. This two owner boat has been extensively upgraded. She is turn key, ready for blue water and can take you wherever you want to go in comfort and safety. Her impressive equipment list includes AIS, EPIRB, Radar, Sonar, WiFi, Water Maker, GenSet, Wind Generator, Jacklines, Life Raft, an extensive Spares Locker, plus SSB and Satellite Communications. First launched as Catalina's flag ship model in 1998, the 470 features an upgraded fit and finish and was designed and built to achieve a CE Ocean Sailing Rating. Redundant systems include independent dual helm stations, multiple fuel & water tanks and independently operating fresh water heads. She features, roller furling sails with all controls leading aft so there is no need to leave the cockpit; which is huge and includes a hard top dodger and a full canvas enclosure. Below decks you'll find the space and functionality that is legendary at Catalina, complimented by upgraded joinery, appointments and LED lighting throughout. Well maintained and in terrific shape she is ready to set sail. If you are looking for a blue water cruiser don't miss out on Beckoning. Call for an appointment today! 


MEDIA: To view media files on Beckoning type or cut and paste these links (case sensitive) into your web browser: Walkthrough Video:     360 Degree Photos:      Photo Slide Show:        Manufacturers Brochure: Cruising World Video:  Cruising World Review: Ausail Marine Review: Sailing Magazine Review:


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COCKPIT: The large cockpit features independent, dual helm stations at the stern, port and starboard. Each featuring a stainless steel destroyer wheel, magnetic compass, autopilot controls, seat and cup holders. The starboard station also includes throttle/gear and bow thruster controls, a VHF hand held repeater and a rigging knife. A manual bilge pump is mounted at the port helm station. Two stern rail seats are found above the helm seats. An instrument pod is center mounted between the helm stations and includes a multi-function display, sonar and the engine control panels. Moving forward of the helm stations the cockpit features U shaped seating for a total 12. A dual leaf folding table w/cup holders and storage is center mounted and includes foot brace. Two cockpit speakers are mounted port and starboard beneath the bench seats. Storage is provided by two lockers under the bench seating and two large lazarette lockers under the helms seats. Two Harken 66 2-Speed self-tailing winches are mounted port and starboard for jib trim. To manage the halyards and main a Harken 44 2-Speed self-tailing winch mounted on the port cabin top and a Harken 44 2-Speed electric self-tailing winch is mounted on the starboard cabin top. All running rigging lines lead aft to the cockpit and are accessible to the electric winch. There are four opening hatches, two under the side benches and 2 on the coaming just forward of the helm stations. The cockpit is protected from the sun and sea by a hard top dodger and Bimini top with full enclosure panels and sunscreens. SWIM PLATFORM: A full beam swim platform is molded into the stern of the vessel, with walkthrough access between the port and starboard helm seats. The platform features a hand held shower and a folding swim ladder that integrates into the stern rail. A two tank propane locker and shore power recepticals are found on the starboard side.  Dingy davits are mounted above the platform, holding a 4 person Mercury dinghy with a Nissan 9.8 outboard.  TOPSIDES: Moving forward the deck is protected by stainless steel bow and stern railings connected by dual lifelines running the length of the deck port and starboard; gates are found at the cockpit and at the stern. Two man overboard recovery systems and a throw ring are mounted on the stern rail. A wind generator tower with EPIRB mount and hailing horn is mounted at the stern on the starboard side. Six hatches are found on the cabin top, along with two solar fan/vents and two stainless steel hand rails running along the port and starboard sides. 10 opening portlights and 4 fixed windows are found along the cabin sides. Raised jib tracks run along on the port and starboard side decks, with cleats found at the bow, stern and mid-ship. A Dual anchor stainless steel mount w/rollers is found at the bow along with a large split anchor locker to accommodate two anchors and rodes. The locker also includes a salt and fresh water washdown spigots, a cleat, line hooks and an electric windless with vertical capstan and chain gypsy. The double spreader, masthead rig features a Schaefer headsail roller furler, in mast mainsail roller furling, cabin top mounted traveler, boom vang and boom break, wisker pole w/jibe preventer. The standing rigging is stainless wire cable. MAIN CABIN: Entering the main cabin from the cockpit via a center mounted companionway, the galley is to port with the nav station to starboard. Going forward a large salon opens up with seating for nine. The main cabin, as well as the rest of the interior, is appointed with satin finished teak joinery and a teak and holly sole. SALON: With a large seating area and 7' headroom the salon is bright and spacious. Along the starboard side there are two seats with a fold down table between that converts to a single berth. Storage lockers, shelving and a hand hold are found along the hull with a flat screen TV center mounted above the table. Opposite on the starboard side is a large U shaped settee, with a foldable teak table. A larger, pedestal mounted table is stored in the forward cabin, which can be lowered create a double berth. Shelves and storage lockers are found along the hull. Two stereo speakers are mounted port and starboard, aft. There are seven overhead LED lights and two LED sconce lamps mounted on the forward bulkhead, port and starboard. Ventilation and light are provided by two overhead opening hatches, four side mounted opening portlight and two fixed portlights all with shades. A fan is mounted on the forward port bulkhead, with an A/C vent found on the port side, aft. There are two 110 vac outlets. GALLEY: The 360 galley is located in the aft port section of the main cabin. A large 180 wrap around countertop is found in the aft section and includes a front and top access the Adler Barber refrigerator and a top access freezer. Under the counter there is a locker on the left side, refrigerator access center, and 4 drawers on the right. Over counter lockers run along the aft bulkhead, with a microwave and A/C vent mounted above the counter along the port hull. Moving forward along the hull side a three burner stove/oven is gimbal mounted, with a shelf and fixed portlight above, followed by a stainless ventilation hood. A hand hold runs the lengths of the galley along the hull side. Another counter is found forward of the stove, extending to the centerline and features a top access locker, double stainless steel sink, top and side access trash bin and an under sink locker. Additional lockers are mounted above the sink and along the hull above the counter. There is one 120 vac outlet, three overhead LED lights, with an additional light above the stove in the hood. Ventilation is provided by an A/C vent, an opening overhead hatch, an overhead solar fan, and the ventilation hood. NAV STATION: The forward facing nav station houses the navigation, communication and WiFi equipment as well as all electrical system controls. The station includes a 2 lockers, two drawers, under table compartment with additional storage under the seat. There is one overhead LED light and a chart light. Ventilation is provided by an opening overhead hatch and an overhead mounted fan. FORWARD STATEROOM: Moving forward from the salon, the private forward stateroom features a Pullman berth on the port side, with lockers and top shelf running along the starboard side. An additional storage locker is found under the berth and multiple clothing hooks throughout the cabin. There is one 120 vac outlet, 3 overhead LED lights and two LED reading lights, bulkhead mounted above the berth. Ventilation is provide by an A/C vent, an overhead opening hatch, four opening portlights and a forward bulkhead mounted fan. FORWARD CABIN ENSUITE HEAD: Found in the bow, the forward ensuite head features a separate shower, a Jabsco electric freshwater marine toilet and a sink with hot and cold running water. Entering the head, the sink is found to starboard, with a mirrored medicine cabinet above and a storage locker below, with the toilet paper holder integrated into the door. A 120 vac outlet is found to the right of the sink on the aft bulkhead, along with a toothbrush holder. Towel hooks are mounted to the left on the forward bulkhead. The shower is found all the way forward behind a glass door and includes a shower wand, shelving, a soap dispenser, towel hooks and two overhead LED lights. The marine toilet is to port, with a shelf and a mirrored locker behind and above. A towel rack and hook are mounted on either side of the head on the fore and aft bulkheads. There are two overhead lights and opening overhead hatch. AFT STATEROOM: The full beam aft stateroom is entered though a starboard side companionway opposite the galley and features a center mounted queen berth, vanity and private access to the aft head. Chested drawers and lockers run from either side of the berth down the length of the cabin with shelving on top. A vanity with mirror, light and a drawer is found on the forward bulkhead. A flat screen TV is mounted to the port of the vanity, with storage racks above. There are two 120 vac outlets and a 12 vdc plug. Lighting is provided by two overhead lights and two dimmable LED sconce lamps on either side of the berth. Ventilation is provided by an A/C vent, fan, four overhead opening hatches and an opening port. AFT HEAD: The aft head is located opposite the galley on the starboard side with separate doorways to the main cabin and aft stateroom. The head features a separate shower, a Jabsco electric freshwater marine toilet and a sink with hot and cold running water. Entering the head from the main cabin, the shower w/glass door is to the left and features a shower wand, bench seat, towel hooks, overhead light and solar fan for ventilation. Next to the shower, the marine head is mounted on the forward bulkhead. A counter top with/stainless grab rail runs the length of the head along the hull side, with two mirrored lockers above. The countertop mounted sink is found to the right next to the aft bulkhead with a storage locker below. The toilet paper holder is integrated into the locker door. An additional mirror is mounted on the aft bulkhead, along with a towel rack and a 120 vac outlet next to the sink. Multiple towel hooks are found throughout the head. There is one overhead light, one over counter light and ventilation is provided by an opening port. ENGINE COMPARTMENT: The engine compartment is found under the cockpit companionway stairs, which hinge forward for full engine access. There are additional access doors on the rear, port and starboard sides providing easy access to the engine, dual Racor filters, raw water strainer and a battery charger inverter system with charge controller/leveler.


Catalina 470 - beckoning - main cabin.

The main cabin is entered from the cockpit, eight steps down via a center companionway and houses the salon, galley and nav station: SALON: The salon occupies the forward section of the main cabin and features:


The full beam aft cabin is accessed through a companionway between cockpit companionway and the aft head and includes: 


The aft head is located on the starboard side opposite the galley, doubles as an ensuite head for the aft stateroom and includes:


The forward cabin is found forward of the salon and features: - Private cabin with solid door - Double berth; port side (sleeps 2) - Under berth front and top access utility locker; containing generator, batteries, water maker - Under berth top access locker; containing spares - Hanging lockers w/louvered doors; containing tools & spares; starboard side - Locker w/louvered doors and shelves; containing tools & spares; starboard side - Shelving atop lockers; starboard side - 3 Overhead LED lights; 12 vdc - 2 Aft bulkhead mounted LED reading lamps; above berth; 12 vdc - 120 vac outlet - 1 A/C vent - Opening overhead hatch - 4 Opening portlights - Hella turbo fan; 12 vdc - 5 Towel/clothing hooks - First Alert smoke alarm - Safe-T-Alert Carbon Monoxide Alarm - 2 Kidde dry chemical fire extinguisher - Control switches; macerator, genset, ,bow thruster, salt water wash down - Ensuite head access; forward bulkhead - Headroom: 6' 11"


The forward ensuite head is located in the bow of the boat, is entered from the forward stateroom and includes:


The cockpit is in the stern of the boat and features:


Catalina 470 - beckoning - swim platform.

Accessed via walk through transom and includes:


- Fiberglass construction w/structural grid design - Forward crash bulkhead - Fin keel - Double stainless steel anchor mount w/rollers - 66 lb Bruce anchor with 200' of rode - 60 lb Mason anchor with 200' of chain - Spare Fortress anchor w/rode - Anchor locker (foredeck access) with:    - Deep split chain wells    - Salt and fresh water washdown spigots    - Cleat    - Maxwell windless with vertical capstan & chain gypsy; model VW1200


- Masthead sloop rig - Aluminum mast with in mast roller furling system - Aluminum boom - Forespare aluminum whisker pole; mast mounted


- Mack Mainsail, 515 sq.ft. - 2017 - 135% Genoa with padded luff, 495 sq.ft - 2012 - Storm sail- Hard top dodger - 2014 - Cockpit Bimini - 2014 - Cockpit enclosure, including connector panel - 2014 - Bimini sun shades - 2014


- Samsung 32" flat screen TV; model UN32J5205AF - Toshiba flat screen TV - LG DVD/CD player; model DP123 - Xplod Advanced ESP MP3 Player - Sony Xplod EQ7 MD/CD Changer Control; model 52WX4 - 2 Bose 151 stereo speakers  - 2 Sony Marine waterproof stereo speakers - Raymarine E80 Multi-function chartplotter/radar control unit - Raymarine E120 Multi-Function Chart Plotter, wind, depths, speed - Raymarine ST290 data display unit - 2 Raymarine Auto Pilot control panels - Raymarine Autohelm Series Autopilot controls- Navigation Computer - Simrad NSS evo2 Sonar display - Standard Horizon Intrepid+ VHF radio w/hand held helm repeater - iCOM Marine IC-M802 Single Side Band Radio w/headphones - PACTOR-Controller SCS PTC-IIpro; PC-Radio interface modem - iCOM SP-24 radio speaker  - Beam-Inmarsat satellite telephone with dock - Raymarine Sirius Weather System; model SR100 - Weather Fax 2000  - Nobeltec AIS Receiver; model SLR-200 - ACR Electronics Global Fix EPIRB, certified to May 2020 - Rosewill IEEE 802.11 N 2.0 Wireless Router; model RNX-EasyN4 2T2R version - Upiquiti Networks BULLET M2 WIFI antenna


- 2 12 VDC electrical system panel  - 120 VAC electrical system panel - 120 VAC 60 HZ Blue Sea distribution panel - 120 VAC 30 A master breaker panel - 120w 60A Genset breaker - Wind generator control panel - Generator control panel - Generator/Shore Power switching panel - Battery switching panel - Xntrex battery charging system control panel - Bow thruster master switch - Salt water wash down switch - TriColor/Anchor light switch - Fisher Panada 8 kw Marine Generator, model 8 w/Kubota diesel engine model Z482-E 


- Yanmar 75 hp 4 cylinder auxiliary diesel engine, fresh water cooled; model 4JH3-TE 


- Switlik Man Overboard Module, man overboard recovery system, model MOM 8-A - Life Sling Overboard Rescue System - Man overboard boom mounted block & tackle - West Marine throwable man overboard line - Commercial ring buoy throwable life ring w/stern rail mount, Type IV P.F.D. - Jacklines  - Safety harnesses - 5 Off-Shore Lifejackets, adult, type I PFD - 2 Near-Shore Buoyant Vests, adult, type II PFD - Fanny Pack PFD - Para-Tech Delta Drogue - Winslow 6 person life raft, model 60SLOP - 2 Grab & Go survival kits - Grab & Go flair & smoke kit - ACR Electronics Global Fix EPIRB, certified to May 2020 - Mobeltec AIS System, model SLR-200 - Forspare floating strobe light, model WL-1 - Whale MK 3 manual bilge pump - Hand held manual bilge pump


- Tool set - Yanmar auxiliary engine spare parts set, including filters, gaskets, hoses, belts & impellers - Genset spares kit - Rigging kit - Electrical parts kit


- Mercury 4 person RIB, model AA300053M - 2015 - Nissan 9.8 hp Outboard Engine; model NS9.8B 3K9-1 - Portable fuel tank - Manual inflation pump

  • Engine Make: Yanmar
  • Engine Model: 4JH3-TE
  • Engine Year: 2001
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Power HP: 75.00
  • Hours: 4269.00

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Catalina 470

Catalina 470 is a 47 ′ 8 ″ / 14.5 m monohull sailboat designed by Gerry Douglas and built by Catalina Yachts starting in 1998.

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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)

Wing keel versions draft: 5.5’/1.68m

Tall rig with mast moved aft:

I: 62.67’ / 19.10m J: 17.83’ / 5.43m P: 56.92’ / 17.35m E: 20.00’ / 6.10m

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1999 Catalina 470

  • Jacksonville, FL, US

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1999 Catalina 470

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This Catalina named Orion is equipped. Solar, Wind, Generator and electric winch - all the comforts necessary for your cruising experience.  Aft cabin has a walk-around berth, ensuite head, good head room, and hatch access for wind flow. The 47' layout is functional and roomy. Bottom paint Petit Trinidad SR 2022. She is a must see for anyone looking to cruise! 


Descriptions, basic information, dimensions & weight, tank capacities, accommodations.

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1999 Catalina 470

  • Instrument network Maretron
  • NMEA-2000 to usb gateway Rose Point
  • Radar Furuno DRS4D
  • MFD Furuno MFD-8
  • Wind instrument Furuno FI-501
  • Depth/speed/temperature Furuno FI-1504
  • Multi-line instrument Furuno FI-503
  • Sender wind Furuno FI-1005
  • Sender depth/speed/temperature Furuno DST800
  • GPS receiver Furuno GP330B
  • Autopilot Raymarine ACU-400
  • Autopilot control heads (2) Raymarine P70
  • Autopilot environment sensor Raymarine EV-1
  • Autopilot actuator Raymarine Type-2 linear
  • Multi-line display Furuno RD33
  • VHF radio Garmin VHF-200
  • VHF radio remote control Garmin GS-10
  • VHF antenna Shakespear 36" (2) 
  • VHF antenna select switch
  • WiFi antenna Shakespeare 5248
  • AM/FM antenna Triax
  • SSB antenna
  • VHF portable radio (2)Standard Horizon HX850S
  • AIS receiver Garmin AIS-300
  • Hailer/foghorn Standard Horizon
  • AM/FM/DVD stereo Sony CDX-GT575UP//Q
  • Stereo speakers West Marine
  • 30 amp shore inlets (2), 30 amp shore power cables 50ft Marinco, 30 amp shore power cables 50ft Davis30 amp shore power cables 25ft (2) Marinco50 amp to 2x30amp cable adapter
  • Generator Northern Lights M673L - 4,643 Hours
  • Inverter Xantrex 458-25-12 House & engine start
  • Charger/Inverter control Xantrex
  • Battery monitor Xantrex Link-Pro
  • AC meters (2) Volts,Amps,Watts,Freq. on each 30amp circuit
  • DC meters House bank volt, Amps.
  • DC meter Solar/Wind amps
  • Batteries 6 6v deep cycle House bank 12volt, 600 amp-hour
  • Batteries1 12v crank Engine start 12volt
  • Batteries1 12v crank Generator start 12volt
  • Batteries2 12v crank Bow thruster 24volt
  • Alternator Balmar 60120 amp
  • Engine belt conversion Belt J10 Pulleys and serpentine belt J10 46in
  • Voltage regulator Balmar 120a
  • Charge splitter (active)Balmar
  • Solar panels (2) Average about 10-15 amps
  • Wind turbines (2)Marine Air Average about 10-15 amps each in 12kt wind
  • Wind / solar switches Wind and solar on/off.
  • Engine Yanmar 4JH2-THE 75hp w/turbo 4,218 Hours
  • Shaft 1-1/2 inch
  • Shaft coupling Buck Algonquin 50MCY00515 clamp type
  • Shaft log PSS Dripless
  • Propeller 21in, pitch=16in, shaft=1.5in. Key=3/8in x 3.5in
  • Cutlass bearing non-metallic 2-3/8" x 6", 1-1/2in shaft
  • Engine control Morse MT-3
  • Bow thruster External 24 volt
  • Bow thruster controls (2) at port and starboard wheels
  • Bow thruster control Foot switches also located at bow
  • West Marine RIB 310 
  • Tohatsu mFS6B 6hp 4 stroke
  • Fuel tanks - working tanks (2 @ 44 gal) Engine & generator feed selectable
  • Fuel tank - fuel up tank (50 gal) Fill this tank when fueling then transfer
  • Fuel transfer pump Transfer fuel from fill tank to working tanks
  • Fuel transfer filter Racor 500 Filter and water separator
  • Engine feed filter (2) Racor 500 Filter and water separator
  • Generator feed filter Racor 500 Filter and water separator
  • Water tanks (3) 2 are 32 gal, 1 is 45 gal
  • Water tank for head flush 15 gal
  • Waste tanks (2) approx. 60 gal
  • Macerators (2) Jabsco 18590-1000 Waste discharge
  • No direct overboard for heads. Y-valves removed and seacocks blocked
  • Tank level monitor (capacitive sensors) Tank Edge i-series 9 tanks, fuel (3), waste (2), water (3), flush (1)
  • Sink faucet with spray head Ikea
  • Double Sinks
  • Filtered water spigot at sink Seagull
  • Water heater Whale 20 gal electric and engine heating
  • Range Force 103-burner w/ oven & broiler w/ Range hood
  • Refrigerator/freezerCool BlueCold-plate freezer with controlled refrigerator
  • Freezer circulation fan circulate air in freezer
  • Refrig/freezer control panel & display custom
  • Electronic Thermostat control cold plate temperature
  • Electronic Thermostat & fan control refrigerator temperature
  • Propane on/off switch propane supply solenoid
  • Propane tanks (2)10lb swappable transom lockers
  • Plenty of storage and custom cabinets / shelfing 
  • NOTE: additional pantry storage set up in aft head shower enclosure


  • Genoa furler Schaeffer
  • Main furler (boom)Schaeffer
  • Primary Winches (2) Harken
  • Sheet winch Harken 44
  • Sheet winch Harken 44E 12 volt electric
  • Wheels (2) port and starboard
  • Covers for Wheels, winches, boom, raft, grill, outboard
  • Line hangers on dodger line tails organized & dry


  • Anchor with 300 ft 5/16 G4 chain plow
  • Anchor with 150 ft 5/16 G4 chain bruce
  • Anchor Danforth
  • Fenders (4)Taylor big-B
  • Boathooks (3)
  • Docklines (several)1/2 in to 5/8 in 
  • Windless Maxwell VW-120012 volt, drum and 5/15 gypsy
  • Television Sony 42in LED
  • DVD player Sony
  • HVAC Three (3) Units 
  • -  Dometic DTU6, 6000 btu Forward Cabin (serviced 2020)
  • -  Dometic DTU8, 8000 btu Aft Cabin (serviced 2020)
  •  - Mermaid M-16HP-R, 16000 btu Saloon (serviced 2020)
  • Watermaker Village Marine NF450 15 gal/hr
  • Clothes Washer Splendide with condensate drying
  • Grill Magma A-10-1218 Plumbed to ship's propane or bottles

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