32' Catalina 320 Sloop 1999 Yacht for Sale

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Catalina 320 Profile
Catalina 320 Port Side View
Catalina 320 Salon View from Companion
Catalina 320 Salon Starboard Berth
Catalina 320 Aft Cabin Headboard and S
Catalina 320 Navigation Station Panel
Catalina 320 Electrical Panel
Catalina 320 Electrical Panel Wiring
Catalina 320 Cabin Top from Bow
Catalina 320 Cabin Top from Starboard
Catalina 320 Cockpit Seating to Port
Catalina 320 Cockpit Seating to Starboard
Catalina 320 Helm Instrumentation
Catalina 320 Cockpit Stern

Catalina 320 Details:

  • Vessel Length: 32 feet
  • Vessel Builder: Catalina
  • Vessel Model: 320
  • Vessel Year: 1999
  • Vessel Name: 2nd Chance
  • Vessel Type: Sloop
  • Vessel Price: $57,900
  • Vessel Location: New Bern NC USA
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For more information contact:

John Peterson CPYB


910-546-5760


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  • 32 Catalina 320 1999 Additional Information:

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    Vessel Specifications

    Builder: Catalina

    Model: 320

    Type: Sloop Cruising Sailboat

    LOA: 32'

    Engine Details: 1 x Yanmar 23GM30(F)(C)

    Engine 1: 1999 - 28 HP - 1075 Hours

    Engine Details: Inboard - Diesel

    Draft: 4'8"

    Introduction

    The Catalina 320 is an exciting design that successfully combines the best modern features and construction with Catalina’s hallmark comfort and value. 

    Based on a high performance and optimized hull design, the 320 is light on the helm and tracks well under sail or power.  Motion and heeling are gentle and predictable.  The 320 performs well in a variety of conditions.  Racing skippers will enjoy the turn of speed and cruisers will appreciate the additional distance covered in a day’s passage.

    Carrying the deck beam well aft created space for an exceptionally large cockpit.  The wide coamings and ergonomically correct seats and backs are important features when considering the cockpit is where we spend our time when onboard.  The weather decks are wide with molded-in nonskid and bulkwards, giving easy, sure access to the foredeck and standard below deck anchor windlass.  Other important features of the deck include stout aluminum framed opening deck hatches and ball bearing mainsheet traveler system.

    The rigging and spar systems are engineered for performance and durability.  The fore and aft lowers with intermediate and upper shrouds make the rig very secure and easy to keep in tune.  A rigid adjustable boom vang is standard.

    Speed and cockpit space did not mean compromise in accommodations.  The unique interior is beautiful finished in a rich combination of teak, ash and maple hardwoods complementing the beige textured fiberglass overhead and full hull liner.  The interior fabrics match perfectly and give the feel of a much larger sailing yacht.

    Attention to detail like the custom molded galley counters with integral back splashed and fiddles, three separate lighting circuits in the main cabin, removable panels in the forward bulkhead, and a cedar paneled hanging locker set the 320 apart from the ordinary.  Attention in details in the structural, engine, plumbing, and electrical systems are less visible but receive careful attention on the 320.

    The one-piece molded fiberglass sub-sole grid system is rigid, strong, and requires no maintenance.  The engine installation is fully accessible by removing the fore and aft insulated covers.  Related filters and valves are in a mechanical locker aft of the engine and are logically arranged. 

    Once you inspect the 320 you will be impressed.

    Vessel Walkthrough

    ACCOMMODATIONS:
    FORWARD CABIN:
    The 72" berth sleeps two adults and measures 70" across at the head.  At the foot of the berth is a 10" deep shelf. Two drawers are under the berth along with two storage lockers.  Overhead is an 18" X 20" Bomar hatch with screen and canvas cover. Separating the forward cabin from the salon is a folding wood privacy door.
    SALON:
    Teak and holly sole runs throughout the vessel and all windows have drop down screens.  The opening ports also have screens. The starboard settee is 6'3" while the portside settee is "L" shaped and runs 6'9".  With the regular dinette table in place the starboard settee can convert to a double berth. Above each berth is a small book storage area and additional storage is behind the back rests and under the seats. There is also a 9" wide storage shelf above each settee. There are three windows and four opening ports in the salon.  Above is a 17" X 17 " Bomar hatch with screen and canvas cover.  Just aft of the port settee is the navigator station that measures 25" wide by 32" long.  Excellent lighting and ventilation throughout the cabin.    
    GALLEY:
    The galley is located just aft of the navigation station on the port side and extends on the aft side to the companionway steps.  It is a modified "U" shape with the forward portion extending on an angle to the salon walkway.
    HEAD COMPARTMENT:
    The head is directly aft of the dinette on the starboard side and has 6'2" headroom.
    Jabsco manual M.S.D. with "Y" valve and macerator
    Shower sump pump
    13" Molded sink with hand wand shower
    Mirrored medicine cabinet that is 14" X 11"
    Storage under the sink
    34" X 20" bulkhead mounted mirror
    Shower curtain
    (2) counter shelves with 3" plastic fiddles
    (2) Windows with shades
    7" X 7" overhead hatch
    AFT STATEROOM:
    The aft stateroom is a mammoth living area starting just aft of the head compartment and extending under the entire cockpit. Entering the privacy door to the left at the back of the head compartment are two pull-out cabinets and a Louvered deep cedar lined hanging locker.  Next is a 23" wide "dressing" seat and then the athwartships 7'1" X 56" king berth with headboard. On the forward side of the berth is a removable shell that provides access to the rear of the engine. At the far aft corner is a hatch providing access to the stern lazerette.

    Galley

    In the main cabin to port, the galley is large and offers excellent food preparation and storage that will impress the onboard chef.
    Double stainless-steel sinks with faucet
    Corian counter tops with matching backslash and fiddles
    Hillerange stainless steel propane 2-burner stove top with oven with cutting board top
    Propane locker in cockpit with solenoid and two tanks
    Alder-Barbour 12-volt 5.8 cu/ ft. cold plate refrigeration and freezer compartment in-counter
    In-counter dry storage locker
    Ample drawers and cabinet storage
    Overhead dish and cup storage

    Helm and Electronics

    Ritchie Powerdamp compass
    Raytheon RL-70 color chart plotter and radar
    Raytheon 24-mile radar dome mounted on aluminum pole aft of starboard cockpit
    Autohelm Speed indicator
    Autohelm Depth indicator
    Autohelm Wind indicator
    Autohelm AT-4000+ autopilot mounted on wheel
    Standard Horizon Intrepid VHF with DSC mounted at navigation station
    Stand Horizon RAM microphone for helm use

    Deck

    DECK AND HARDWARE:
    Stainless steel bow anchor roller
    Plow anchor with chain and rope rode
    Maxwell VR10-10 electric anchor windlass located inside anchor bow locker with foot switch
    Stainless steel stanchions and double coated life lines
    Stainless steel stern and bow rails
    Port and starboard aft boarding gates
    Aft walk thru stern with stainless steel fold down swim ladder and swim platform
    Stainless steel deck hardware
    Stainless steel cabin top handrails
    Sunbrella grey bimini and dodger, helm and sail covers
    Closed foam cockpit cushions
    Port and starboard stern seats with removable cushions with built-in cup holders
    Cockpit teak cup and binocular holder forward of helm pedestal
    Cockpit hot and cold-water shower
    Emergency tiller
    Emergency manual bilge pump
    Outboard motor mount on port aft stern rail
    Wing Keel

    Sails and Rigging

    Sail Area Rated Total (100% Fore)                              521.3 ft.2
    I:  43’ 7”
    J:  12’ 4”
    P:  38’
    Mainsail, Full Batten
    Schaefer roller furling system for JIB
    Garhauer traveler, midboom sheating
    Garhauer solid boom vang
    Garhauer sailing hardware
    Adjustable back stay
    (2) Lewmar #44, self-tailing primary winches
    (2) Lewmar #30, self-tailing halyard winches
    Double mast spreaders
    Aluminum Mast deck stepped
    All running rigging extends into the cockpit
    Spagetti line bags port and starboard forward in cockpit

    Electrical

    The panel is in the navigation station and is well labeled and laid out.  Battery switches are outboard and aft of the starboard salon settee.
    12-volt DC and 120-volt AC power
    Power distribution panel with circuit breakers and DC volt meter
    30 Amp shore power cord isolation system
    Zinc-Saver II galvanic
    Jensen MCD 9425 AM/FM/CD player at navigation station with remote speakers
    Mermaid reverse cycle marine air conditioning and heat with electronic control
    Super 13” flat screen TV mounted on forward salon starboard bulkhead
    Blaupunkt DVDME1 DVD/CD/MP3 player
    ProMariner 20-amp battery charger
    6-gallon hot water heater with engine heat exchanger
    Tank Watch II tank monitoring system
    CO2 detectors

    Engine and Mechanical Details

    Easy engine compartment access through fore and aft hatches make maintenance and fluid checks easy.  Very well insulated for noise reduction.
    Yanmar Model 23GM30 diesel engine, fresh water cooled
    Marine transmission with stainless steel shaft and dripless packing
    Yanmar engine panel with RPM, volts, water temp and oil pressure gauges and alarms
    Dual stainless-steel throttle and transmission controls
    Stainless steel, leather-wrapped destroyer steering wheel
    Edson cockpit pedestal

    Brokers Comments

    2nd Chance is a well-cared for example of the popular Catalina 320.  Well-equipped and ready for her new adventures.  The owner’s change of plans dictates the sale.

    Mechanical Disclaimer

    * Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on this website.

    Disclaimer

    The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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