Captain maintained Catana 471 owners version is a excellent fast & comfortable offshore cruiser. She is fully equipped for world cruising with solar panels, generator and a 2800 gallon per day water maker. The salon of the Catana 471 can accommodate up to ten people, and the ocean view can be enjoyed even when seated at the salon table. Circulation is easy, because the deck is completely flat and free of pitfalls. The very tight trampoline net is the perfect place for a siesta.
Two offset and raised helm stations make sail trimming easy and allows the helmsman to keep an eye on the boat and the crew at all times. Mainsail maneuver and reefing are all handled by a central electric winch on the aft beam.
Daggerboards allow for shallow water cruising, with a hull design allowing for higher center clearance which reduces wave splash noise.
A double cabin with a large bed and two gigantic portholes offer a superb sea view from the berth as well as from the head located forward in the hull. The very spacious passageway is fitted out with a generous variety of cupboards and hanging lockers. The cockpit is vast. With the totally flush deck there are no lines or hatches to get in the way.
With 3 Cabins and 2 heads. The master is a large stateroom to starboard aft. The Port hull has a large queen berth forward wit a convertible twin to king aft berth joining head and shower between the two.
The galley/salon has ample headroom and comfortable seating area with a folding table. The aft door and large window slide open to combine the interior space and aft cockpit Starboard of the settee there is a large Nav desk. Amazing amount of storage and refrigerator space on board.
Catana 471 Standard Equipment - Specifications - 91 sq. m full batten main sail in 1st choice Dacron, triple stitches, and globe trotter finish - 60 sq. m genoa with flattening system, UV protection in 1st choice Dacron, with triple stitches, globe trotter finish - 150 sq. m symmetrical triradial spinnaker Mast - Rigging - "Black Fiber System" carbon fiber mast, white lacquered, by Espace Composite - Deck projector and navigation lights - Radar and antennae support - Mast foot on ball and socket - White lacquered aluminum boom, JP Marechal - White lacquered aluminum front cross beam, by JP Marechal - Profurl genoa roller furling gear - Automatic reefing system for the main sail from the cockpit on Harken 2-speed electric winch - 2-1 main sail halyard - Main sail battened lazy-bag cover in Bainbridge cloth - Set of lazyjacks, adjustable from the mast foot - Halyards (main sail, spinnaker, genoa) and reefing lines in Vectran - Sheets (main sail, genoa) in pre-stretched polyester - Complete spinnaker gear (ball bearing blocks, guys, sheets, stoppers) - Spinnaker sock Deck Fittings - Top-of-the-line deck fittings: all the self-tailing winches are black aluminum Harken winches - 2 Genoa winches 53,2 STA - 1 Electric main sail halyard and reefing lines winch 53,2 STAE - 2 Main sail sheets winches 48,2 STA - 2 Winches for daggerboards and roller furling gear 44,2 STA - 1 Winch for forward sail halyards 44,2 STA - Complete gear with Harken ball bearing blocks - Main sail double sheet system - Genoa traveler with Harken ball bearing blocks - 20 Spinlock XC stoppers - 20 Moonlight opening hatches for light and ventilation: - 2 Opaque deck hatches (620 x 620) for access to forward sail lockers, with vents - 2 Teak slatted deck hatches (620 x 620), for access to the engine rooms - 2 Ventilation and escape hatches (500 x 370), on inboard side of the hulls - 2 Roof front hatches (450 x 320), for ventilation of the salon -
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