2003 Catalina 350
Full Canvas Enclosure * Furling Main and Genoa * Two Staterooms
Attention U.S. buyers: Take advantage of the strong U.S. dollar for huge savings on this Carver Aft Cabin
The Catalina 350 strikes an amazing balance between cruising accommodations, performance and ease of use. If space below decks is near the top of your must-have list, it's hard to beat a C350. The hull design carries the full beam farther astern offering greater living space below and a more spacious cockpit. Catalina puts it this way:
"The Catalina 350 features deep coamings and seats long enough for sleeping highlight the cockpit. Wide weather decks and inboard shrouds make for secure passages. A divided anchor locker has double rollers and electric windlass. Sail controls are led aft on the cabin top to large winches. The powerful, yet easily managed rig includes ball-bearing blocks and in mast furling. The versatile accommodations include settees that will serve as sea berths. Private cabins, separate stall shower, generous tankage, large battery banks and big lockers give the 350 the capacity for comfortable cruising."
This freshwater C350 has all the features you need for extensive cruising, on or off the hook. Her rig is easy to operate with furling main and genoa, and wide side decks with inboard shrouds offering safe movement forward and tighter sheeting angles.
Below deck, two well appointed staterooms provide private accommodation for four. The spacious saloon is finished in traditional wood cabinetry, teak and holly flooring and UltraLeather upholstery. There is s plenty of comfortable seating and loads of natural lighting. A fully appointed U-shaped galley with solar-powered cold-plate refrigeration and propane stove enables extended cruising without the need to run a generator. The head is large by sailboat standards, with a separate shower compartment, and can be accessed from the saloon or directly from the forward stateroom. An angled, aft-facing navigation station located aft in the saloon provides easy access to all monitoring gauges, main electrical panel and battery selector switches.
See Sailing Magazine's March 2003 article for a more thorough review of this well-loved cruising package.
Specifications are believed to be correct, but are subject to errors, ommissions and/or change without notice.
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