No boat in U.S. boatbuilding history has enjoyed greater success than the Catalina 30. Over 6,000 were built over a 32 year period. With their exceptionally spacious and attractive cabins, comfortable cockpits, good sailing qualities, and durability, they continue to sell well on the brokerage market.
EASTIE PRIDE is a beautifully maintained example. She's a Mark II model with the desirable redesigned deck and T-shaped cockpit. She has the standard rig and keel. As the photos show, she's neat and clean. 2019 upgrades include new lifelines, all new standing rigging, new Selden Furlex genoa roller furling unit, and new mainsail and genoa halyards. EASTIE PRIDE has been hauled for winter storage. Cost of winter storage and spring launch is included. Her owner, having enjoyed her for many years, has decided to move up to a larger yacht.
For further information, please contact John L. Procter, CPYB:
Cell phone: 617-694-8455
Sleeps seven. Forward cabin with V berth and shelves port and starboard. Custom mattress for V-berth. Enclosed head with vanity and handheld shower next aft to port, drawer storage and hanging locker opposite to starboard. Main cabin next aft with L-shaped settee to port, settee to starboard. Fold-down dining table stores against bulkhead. U-shaped galley next aft to port, nav station and double quarterberth opposite to starboard. Curtains for four fixed ports in main cabin.
U-shaped galley features stainless steel, two-burner, propane stove with oven, double stainless steel sinks with hot and cold pressurized water, Six gallon hot water tank new in 2018 (110 volt and engine-driven), ice box.
12 volt DC and 110 volt AC dockside systems. 12 volt system includes two Group 24 12 volt batteries (2017, 2018), battery selector switch, 10 watt Coleman solar panel, circuit breaker distribution panel. 110 volt system includes shore power cord, circuit breaker distribution panel.
Furuno radar with display at nav station and backstay-mounted radome, Garmin GPS 76 handheld GPS, Standard Horizon VHF transceiver, Datamarine knotmeter (not working) and depthsounder, Ritchie pedestal-mounted compass.
Standard 5' 3" draft keel. Double bow anchor rollers, foredeck anchor locker, double lifelines, boarding gates port and starboard, transom-mounted stainless steel swim ladder, Edson pedestal steering. Two overhead hatches (forward hatch new in 2018), five opening ports. Custom seats mounted to corners of stern rail
Standard rig. Sail inventory includes Doyle fully-battened mainsail (2009) and roller furling 135% genoa (2008). Hood line-drive roller-furling system for genoa. Block and tackle boom vang. Lines led aft to cockpit. Lewmar winch inventory includes two #40 self-tailing genoa sheet winches, #16 self-tailing mainsheet/main halyard winch on coachroof, #7 genoa halyard/spare genoa halyard winch on coachroof. Mainsheet traveler mounted on coachroof.
Custom winter cover, cockpit cushions, wheat colored mainsail cover, teak cockpit table and drink holders, Magma propane barbecue grill, Weems and Plath bulkhead-mounted clock and barometer, brass bulkhead-mounted oil lamp, stereo with cockpit and cabin speakers (4), chart light, manual and auto electric bilge pumps, Danforth-type anchor with chain and nylon rode, emergency tiller, three fenders, four docklines, three PFD's, spotlight, boat hook, outboard motor bracket, first aid kit, horseshoe buoy, Lifesling, three fire extinguishers, flare kit with gun, flag and staff.
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.