Catalina 320


Price
AU $93,500 Finance
Currency
Length
32' 6" - 9.90m
Use
Family, Leisure, Cruising
Vessel Location
Hervey Bay Insurance
Launch Year
1997
Hull Material
Fibreglass/GRP

An immaculate example of this thoroughbred yacht - built to "Category A" standards. All the manuals are on board for everything: The yacht, engine, radio, AIS, GPS, autopilot, instruments, inverter, battery charger, TV and rigging. Most manuals are also held in PDF. It was last antifouled in mid-2019 but has been regularly scrubbed and is reasonably clean. The layout sees a forward cabin with a large V-berth forward that can be configured as two singles or, with the fill-in cushion, as a large triangular double. The saloon has a settee to port that has a lee-cloth tucked away underneath. When deployed this makes it a sea berth or a large cot. The dinette to starboard can be converted into a large double berth. Aft of the saloon is the galley to starboard (see below) and the bathroom to port with a toilet and hot and cold shower. The main cabin is to the right of the companionway and under the cockpit; when the door is closed it has a small area with standing headroom for getting changed, a seat and a very comfortable queen-sized berth with personal reading lights, a fan and a hanging locker.

If you you are looking for an awesome, easy to handle coastal cruising yacht with off shore capability then look no further.

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Price
AU $93,500    Finance    Insurance
Vessel Name
Halcyon - hull number 433
Boat Reference
C320DH
Launch Year
1997
Length
32' 6" - 9.90m
Beam
3.58
Draft
1.9
Displacement
5307 kg
Keel / Ballast
Bolt on cast lead fin with small tail
Vessel Location
Hervey Bay
Region
Queensland
HIN
USCTYC0433A797
Registration
HAY23Q
Designer
Gerry Douglas
Builder
Catalina
Hull Material
Fibreglass/GRP
Decks Material
FRP
Engine
3gm30 Engine: Yanmar 3GM30 diesel with 1200 hours. Every litre of fuel put into this yacht has been calibrated against every hour the engine has run, so the owner can tell you it burns 1.52 L/hr at 2000rpm, 2.10 L/hr at 2500rpm and 2.98 L/hr at 3000rpm. The engine has been given "spectroscopic oil analysis" twice, both times coming up with excellent results (done by Nulon, available in PDF).
Engine Make
Yanmar
Number Engines
1
Horsepower
27hp
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Hours
1200
Propulsion
3 blade prop
Genset
2kVa four stroke (petrol) generator
Fuel
80ltr
Water
All tanks, lines, pumps and taps are in good working condition. There is a 100L fresh water forward berth, an 80L fresh water aft berth and a 20L hot water
Dinghy
Inflatable Tender available
Covers
Doger, Bimini, Cover to create full cover between both. Boombag, Lazy Jacks
Accommodation
The layout sees a forward cabin with a large V-berth forward that can be configured as two singles or, with the fill-in cushion, as a large triangular double. The saloon has a settee to port that has a lee-cloth tucked away underneath. When deployed this makes it a sea berth or a large cot. The dinette to starboard can be converted into a large double berth. Aft of the saloon is the galley to starboard (see below) and the bathroom to port with a toilet and hot and cold shower. The main cabin is to the right of the companionway and under the cockpit; when the door is closed it has a small area with standing headroom for getting changed, a seat and a very comfortable queen-sized berth with personal reading lights, a fan and a hanging locker. The forward cabin has two custom-made triangular fitted sheets for the V-berth. The aft cabin takes standard queen-sized bedding.
Cabins
3
Berths
7
Shower
2 showers, head & transom/ Both with hot/cold water
Toilet
The yacht has a Jabsco manual marine toilet with 80L holding tank. Waste can be pumped either directly overboard or into the holding tank.
Entertainment
Entertainment: 32 inch smart TV which runs from the house battery via the inverter. The yacht has a built in stereo with speakers on the forward cabin bulkhead but they have never been used because the owner prefers a Bluetooth speaker system.
Galley
Galley: The galley is a U-shape which allows the cook to brace him/herself and not be in the way of people moving about the cabin. There are two sinks with a chopping board that fits neatly in one sink to increase bench space if required. There is a huge amount of stowage including three drawers, three cupboards above the galley, another cupboard on the aft galley bulkhead (with a magnetic knife rack above) and a pantry locker under the kitchen bench. The refrigerator is enormous (150L) and works well. Gas: The yacht has an LPG gas system last certified in 2018. It has a safety solenoid switched on and off from the main electrical panel. Gas supplies the Magma BBQ on the back rail, plus a two-burner stove and oven in the galley, all of which work very well.
Refrigeration
!50L
Freezer
150lt
Stove
Gas supplies the Magma BBQ on the back rail, plus a two-burner stove and oven in the galley, all of which work very well.
Hot Water
Yes
Ground Tackle
30lb Plough anchor, 40m chain, 50m rope. Spare 20lb Danforth with 50m rope. Electric windlass.
Safety Gear
Safety life ring, a grab bag, V-sheet, aerosol air horn and whistle.
Bilge Pumps
Yes
Epirb
Yes
Life Jackets
Yes
Flares
Yes
Fire Protection
Two fire extinguishers and a fire blanket
Electrics
Electrics: Dual battery system with isolator switch. House battery is 3 x 130Ah AGM batteries, new in 2018. Starter battery is 1 x 100Ah AGM battery, new in 2018. Electric anchor windlass. Shore power with 240V power outlets in fwd and aft cabins, galley and saloon. There is a 12V and 2 x USB charging outlets at the chart table. A 600W inverter runs from the house battery bank, which can be used to power the smart TV, a small, 500W fan heater (with tip-over safety cutout switch) that comes with the boat or any other small AC appliance. The house battery bank is charged by 2 x 60W solar panels above the Bimini and a solar controller with a display on the bulkhead at the back of the galley, and the starter battery is charged separately by its own 40W solar panel on the coachroof, also with its own solar charge controller. The yacht has a portable 2kVa four stroke (petrol) generator on board so it can generate its own "shore power" if necessary to charge batteries or run 240V away from a marina for important things like a coffee machine!

Lighting: All interior lighting is LED, including a bright strip-light above the galley. The mast head light, steaming light and deck head light, all replaced in December 2018 (with receipts) are LED.
Electronics / Navigation
Electronics: Vesper Marine Class B AIS with wifi output to up to 5 devices so you can monitor electronic marine mapping, anchor drift (with alarm), depth, course, speed and other traffic on your phone or tablet from anywhere on the yacht. Garmin moving-map GPS is integrated with the AIS to display other traffic including identification, call sign, size, course, speed and closest point of approach or potential collision. Raymarine EV100 Autopilot (replaced with a new unit in March 2020, receipt available). Boat speed, depth, wind speed and direction.
Sail Inventory
Sails: 2 x mainsails have two-stage, single line reefing led back to the cockpit. There is a huge (135%) 7oz number 1 Genoa and an 8oz number 3 jib, both with UV strips for protection when furled.
Mast / Rigging
Rigging: All standing and running rigging was replaced mid-2017 (with receipts) and is in excellent condition. There is Gemini headsail furling so one headsail can be raised before the other is dropped, or two headsails can be carried at the same time downwind.
Deck Gear
Lewmar winches, Various block, Cars, and rope clutches, Schafer Headsail furler.
Remarks
The yacht comes with a tender, a Zodiac Cadet 230 which has a slow leak in the port side tube, and a 2hp four-stroke Honda outboard which starts and runs well. There are two interchangeable steering wheels; the standard big 40-inch wheel and a smaller 28-inch wheel that makes cockpit access easier. The yacht comes with crockery, cutlery, kettle and cookware. There are four fenders, spare ropes and lines.

CONTACT DETAILS
Dealer
Broken Bay Yachts
Telephone
Address
23 Woy Woy Road
City / Suburb
Woy Woy
State
NSW
Country
Australia
Website


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