Introduction New Catalina 355 Inspired by Award-Winning Pedigree It was August 9, 2010 Internationally-recognized Catalina Yachts of Largo, Florida announced the launch of the Catalina 355. The qualities admired in Catalina's award-winning 445 a versatile performer that is fast, comfortable spacious and safe formed the basis of Catalina's newest 35'5" vessel. The design of the Catalina 355 has a handsome, low-profile cabin structure with a long waterline and moderate beam and freeboard. "The new style and design features we presented with the 445 were so well received, that we decided to carry those design elements forward while fulfilling the demand for a mid-30's performer," said Gerry Douglas, vice-president and chief engineer for Catalina. A five-foot long traveler creates precise mainsail control. Six inboard shrouds are secured to Catalina's signature "ball and socket" chain plates and tie rods for critical load resolution and to create watertight integrity. Long inboard genoa tracks accommodate headsails from a powerful 155% genoa to a storm jib, allowing the sail plan to be balanced in all wind conditions. The inboard shrouds and hardware facilitate tighter sheeting angles for upwind performance and wide, unobstructed weather decks for safety. Another added safety feature is a watertight "collision" bulkhead aft of the anchor locker. Contoured helm seating port and starboard is elevated for comfort and visibility forward, with conveniently positioned primary winches and instruments. Below, the interior is constructed of teak and teak veneers, hand-finished with clear varnishes. A navigation desk with a recessed laptop computer compartment has dedicated power ports. An available quad-leaf folding table seats a group, and the port side dinette easily converts to a single berth or settee. The owners cabin has a custom, articulating innerspring mattress; an electric lifter is available for comfortable reading or viewing TV. The Catalina 355 conforms to the recommendations and standards of the ABYC and IMCI Category A requirements. The boat debut was at the United States Sailboat Show in Annapolis, MD 2010. Catalina's philosophy is straightforward: Design boats that stand up to real world conditions and sail well. They must be comfortable above and below, easy to maintain and hold their value. A commitment to owner satisfaction has enhanced customer confidence and loyalty, so that Catalina has become the most prominent builder of sailboats in the United States with an extensive national and international dealer network.
In-Mast mainsail with vertical battens
135 RF Genoa w/Suncover
Full Enclosure w/screens and Sun Shades
Garmin MFD Plotter/GPS
Raymarine ST-60 Wind, Speed and Depth
Raymarine ST-60 Linier Drive Smart Autopilot S1 with X-10
Horizion VHF w/RAM in cockpit
Fusion Stereo System w/Ipad Dock and 4 speakers
2X TV’s (Salon and Master) w/Power TV Antenna
Starboard U-shaped settee/berth
Quad-leaf folding table
Teak and Holly sole
Double polished SS sink
Propane stove and oven
Refrigerator/Freezer with top and bottom loading/access
Pressure hot and cold water
Closed Cell Foam Cockpit cushions
Cockpit table with teak leaves and Cooler
Brass Ships Clock, Barometer and Ships Bell
Rail Mounted BBQ Grill
Fresh Water Flush Head
35# Anchor w/chain and rode
V-berth Electric Lift
USCG Safety Gear
Fenders, Docklines, Boat Pole, etc
Dockside Boarding Ladder
Full Winter Cover
The Catalina 355 features a hull design with a long waterline, moderate beam and freeboard, and a handsome low-profile cabin structure. Precise mainsail control is a snap with a 5' long traveler. Long, inboard genoa tracks accommodate headsails from a powerful 155 percent genoa to a storm jib, allowing a balanced sail plan for all wind conditions. The inboard shrouds and hardware facilitates tighter sheeting angles for upwind performance, and wide, unobstructed weather decks for safety. Some features inspired by her predecessor are an articulating forward berth with innerspring mattress, a dedicated filter locker, a large cockpit locker with gull wing hatch and the quad-leaf folding table option. She is very comfortable below with a spacious salon, Nav station, full galley, forward and aft cabins and a nice size head. She is presently on the hard, mast removed and in inside storage, under shrink wrap with an access door. Check out the Full Specs and call for an appointment to see her.
Harmony is a fresh water, extremely well maintained and very clean example of this fine pedigree. Ready and available for you to fulfill your sailing dreams!
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