1991 Catalina 30 MkII
|Propulsion Type||Single Inboard|
|Location||Des Moines, WA|
The interior of the Catalina 30 is roomy, and quite well laid out, The forward cabin has large, tapered Vberths which form a large double when used with a filler.
A molded hatch which forms part of the front of the cabin trunk, will provide good ventilation in port.
The head is quite comfortable. The optional shower drains directly to the bilge. There is good storage space for clothes in a hanging locker and drawers opposite the head.
A large, U-shaped galley is to port. Gimbaled propane stove with oven, and double s/s sinks. The refrigerator is insulated. Storage space in the galley is plentiful. Batteries are well-mounted under the small chart table opposite the galley.
Equipped with a 3 Cyl. 23 HP Westerbeke/Universal M25XP Eng. No. 503283. Cruise Range 2100/2600, Max. RPM 3200
Galley is very well laid out with double SS sinks, Hillerange LP 2 burner stove/ oven, Adler Barbour Refrigeration, Pressurized H/C Water and Lots of storage.
|Deck & Hull Equipment|
Sails & Rigging
Winches & Lines
|Speed and Distance|
|Engine Type||Single Inboard|
This Catalina 30 MkII Std. rig is super clean, well maintained and is a 2nd owner boat. Features include fin keel, refrigeration, radar, a U-shaped dinette, stern rail seats and a walk-through transom that provides easy on or off access. 150% Genoa with Harken Roller Furling System, fully battened 2-reef Mainsail, Asymmetrical cruising spinnaker with sock.
The Layout consists of a forward V-berth, aft quarter berth, dinette converts to double berth and starboard settee will allow up to 7 max. Large T-shape cockpit will also seat up to 7. Below is a carefully planned and amazingly spacious. Forward is a comfortable double cabin, with shelves and a large overhead hatch. Just aft is a generously proportioned head area with molded in shower pan. The aft galley has a top loading refrigeration system and large double sink.
Storage space is abundant and well planned, inside and out. All shelves in both cabins have teak sea rails to keep things in place. Forward, opposite the head, is a generous hanging locker and chest of drawers. Beneath all seats and berths are easily accessible compartments for larger gear and supplies. Propane is plumbed to stern locker with 2 ea. 1 gal. cans.