Voted Boat of the year 1997 by Cruising World Magazine
This desirable morgan Catalina 380 center console is designed to incorporable sailing performance with a high standard of cruising comfort, a testament to Catalina quality. Numerous opening hatches make the interior modern, light and airy. Destiney handles well, is responsive and easy to sail.
Destiney has been meticulously maintained by her current owners. She is in Florida and ready to go on her next adventure to the Caribbeans.
The owners master suite aft cabin is highlighted by the oversize double berth, with numerous storage bins and lockers within arms reach. Two separate dressing areas, each with upholstered seat and hanging locker.
Accommodations includes 6 berths in 2 cabins. There is full standing (6'4ft ) headroom and good ventilation throughout. The forepeak has the traditional V berth with wash sink to port and hanging lockers to starboard. Fwd of the bunk behind a wooden panel is access to anchor locker. Moving aft the saloon has the drop-leaf table down the centre-line and full length comfortable settees with storage and bookshelves above and below to port and starboard.
The large comfortable galley lies to port with three burner gimballed cooker with grill (broiler) and oven, a front and top opening refrigerator - 6 Cu.ft., plenty of galley cabinets and two stainless steel sinks with pressurized hot and cold water.
The double-spreader rig with an inboard shroud base allows for narrow sheeting angles and large genoas.
The cockpit is extremely comfortable with good all round viability with all sailing lines leading aft. The deck is well thought out with recessed anchor locker, electric windlass with foot switch and a sturdy anchor roller, midship cleats and stainless steel grab handles on the cabin roof.
A swim platform with ladder gives easy access into water.