Full sail plan: aluminum spar, boom and spinnaker pole; 4 head sails (lite mylar, 130 dacron, & 155 dacron for racing and one furling to cruise back); two main sails, two spinnakers ( oz. Tri-radial and oz. Radial); Straight Track Traveler, Boom Vang, Split Back Stay Adjuster, Reefing system in the boom, and Lazy jackets; 6 cockpit Winches (3 per side, 2 self-tailing); 2 spar winches; 2 spinnaker halyards and 2 genoa halyards; Genoa and spinnaker sheets, and light air sheets
11 HP Kubota Diesel Engine with folding prop (less than 1275 hours) includes an oil change kit and coolant expansion tank
Cockpit has large wheel steering, 3 Cockpit compasses, Signet Depth, Signet Speed-O, Raytheon Speed/Depth, Raytheon Wind, 2 Radios with cockpit repeater, cockpit teak floor grate, riser seat for easier steering in heavy wind, fold away table
Comfortable Catalina cabin layout of easy clean fiberglass with teak wood trim, refrigeration, Origo 3000 alcohol stove, full set of original cushions for cabin and cockpit, storage rack for cockpit cushion, speakers inside and in scuppers in cockpit, front bunk ladder, 110 volt hot water heater, full head with shower and sink, removable air conditioning unit that fits under the fold down table
Set up to enjoy dock life with 30 Amp dock cord, dock lines, fenders, upgraded Lexan windows with screen covers, canvas binnacle helm cover; two main sail covers. Ask about her slip at McKinley.
Ready to enjoy the cruising life with stern rail seats with cushions and back rests, dodger with full window, bimini and full surround side panels (includes storage system for preserving while not onboard)
Full tool kit with sail supplies for repairs under way, full first aid and safety equipment, and multiple hatch covers: standard 3 slat wood; summer top insert with screen panel and middle insert with clear plexiglass; and one panel solid wood with vinyl cover for winter
All the off season supplies you need: custom cradle with 6 carpeted holding pads; fitted vinyl winter cover with pvc support frame; mast horses (work on mast on the