1981 Catalina 30

Tall Rig with Bow Sprit
Hull number 2055

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Hull number 2055
Equipment List:

New: ShipShape winter cover
Froli bed spring system in V-berth

Universal 5411 Diesel Overhauled 2009
Hurth Transmission Overhauled 2017
New propshaft, coupling and cutlass bearing 2018
CDI Roller Furling 2013
New standing rigging 2014
New running rigging and lifelines 2016
Raymarine autopilot, wind, speed, depth, multi-function display with downvision sonar and charts of Fort Peck Lake
30 watt solar panel with MPPT controller and Echo Charger to maintain 2nd battery
All LED lighting
Washdown pump
2 deep cycle batteries
Flat screen HD TV with built-in DVD player
Pioneer stereo with Bluetooth and 1000 watt subwoofer
Stainless charcoal barbeque grill
New head and hoses 2014
2- 42 Self Tailing Lewmar Primary Winches
2-10 Lewmar Spinnaker Winches
1-16 Lewmar Cabin Top Winch
2-7 Lewmar Mast Winches
1-Simpson Lawrence Manual Anchor Winch
1-Spinnaker Pole
1-Tequila Sunrise Spinnaker
1-150 Genoa
1-135 Genoa
1-70 Storm Jib
1-Heavy Duty Battened Main W/3 Reef Points
Whale Foot Pump, Galley
Holding Tank, Y-Valve, and Macerator Pump
Alcohol 3 Burner Stove and Oven rebuilt 2016
2- Bomar Opening Hatches, 1-Main Cabin, 1-Head
Uniden VHF Radio
1-Electric Bilge Pump 2018, 1- Manual Bilge Pump in Cockpit
Wheel Steering, Compass, Cockpit Table, and Drink Holder
2-Locking Winch Handles
2-Non-Locking Winch Handles
1 35 pound Mantus anchor with 40 ft chain, 100 ft rope
1-Danforth Anchor, W/ Chain and Anchor Rope
Trail-Rite Triple Axle Trailer specifically designed for Catalina 30 Sailboat, recently blasted and painted
25’ Tongue Extender for Launching Boat

This is an excellent yacht, well equipped for single-handed sailing.  She’s fast and points high to weather, thanks to her deep fin keel. Over the past 8 years, we have invested in her so much love and money, upgrading and fixing every possible thing.  We’ve enjoyed countless adventures, campouts and cruises on the lake while sharing the joy of sailing with nearly 400 different guests.  Catalina’s of her era had a couple flaws that we have resolved: The “Catalina Smile” was a partial separation of the keel due to wet wood layers beneath the bilge.  This was completely rebuilt with 2 inches of solid fiberglass.  Also, osmotic blistering was resolved, and her bottom is now protected by a thick epoxy barrier coat.