Catalina 30 for Sale – Price Reduced!
New to market 2010!
"Party of 7" is a beautiful C30 that has been meticulously maintained. This boat is in outstanding condition and makes a great coastal cruiser and floating condominium. Located at Apponaug Marina in Warwick, RI.
- Inboard Universal 5411, 11 HP diesel engine (Rebuilt with low hours) this is a MAJOR upgrade over the Atomic 4 gas engines most Catalina 30's have)
- Complete sails… Main & Jib in good shape, 150 Genoa in great shape
- Roller Furling
- Sleeps 7 adults comfortably
- Very clean interior with newly upholstered beige cushions throughout.
- This boat has an ablative bottom paint applied and is ready for the upcoming season.
- Topside Instrumentation Steering Wheel Compass - Speedo - Depth Finder
- Dual Battery UpgradeGelcoat Blue Boot Stripe
- Aqua Blue non-skid topsides
- US made
Designed over 25 years ago (1974), the traditionally styled Catalina 30 remains extremely popular with cruisers, due to its wide and deep hull creating exceptional volume above and below decks and for its stability under sail. It was offered in standard and tall rig configurations, each with a bowsprit option. Shoal, wing and deep fin keels (5’3” draft) were offered for varying performance. It offers more space than a typical 34' boat. There are seven full adult berths, 6' 4" headroom and large storage areas under the settees, v-berth, q-berth and in the three cockpit lockers.
There is a large anchor locker in the forepeak. With a huge companionway hatch and large forward hatch, the boat is well ventilated and bright inside. Over the years, many changes were made to fabrics, decorative materials, trim, colors and fashion, and the boat has remained remarkably appealing. The hull Catalina 30 deckhouse, windows and sheer line still define the entire Catalina family of boats.
The original or Mark I model was built from 1975 to 1986 and features the straight cockpit designed for tiller steering and end-boom main sheeting. This model has been widely modified and updated by the owners and improved by the factory with a skeg, a balanced rudder, mid-boom (cabin-top) main sheeting. and pedestal / wheel steering. It typically had wire-rope external halyards lead to mast winches. The early Yanmar, Universal 5411 and Atomic-4 engines were phased out in favor of the 3-cylinder Universal M-25 diesels during the middle 80s. Design deficiencies with the chain plates (bulkheads) and rudder were eliminated in the late 1970's production models. Upgrade kits for most of these changes are available from the factory.