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Catalina MKII - 2003
Popular well maintained and equipped cruiser in excellent condition!
The Catalina 36 MKII is one of the most popular and successful designs ever built in this size range. She is very clean and can easily be handled by a couple or single handed. With her large comfortable cockpit and 2 private cabins she is an ideal cruiser.
Bright salon with plenty of seating and large fold-down table. Aft cabin with double berth and hanging locker. Forward stateroom offers large V-Berth and private entrance to head with shower and new Jabsco marine toilet. Practical galley with propane stove and oven, sink and refrigeration.
Because the Catalina 36 is easily handled by a couple, has a big comfortable cockpit, a spacious interior with two private cabins and the integrity to pursue cruising dreams, many experienced sailors consider the Catalina 36 the perfect boat for their sailing lifestyle. The Catalina 36 MkII has all the important characteristics that made the original the most popular 36-foot sailboat in the world. The Mark II Catalina 36 is built in the same seakindly moderate displacement hull. It tracks surely and performs well in a variety of conditions. The deck is the classic trunk cabin configuration - proven, comfortable and functional. The main cabin and galley have received special attention to design and detail. The galley is a functional 'U' shape, with composite countertops, the sinks are near centerline for proper drainage underway. A large refrigerated ice box is aft and a dry food locker is forward. A gimballed, stainless steel LPG stove with oven is standard equipment. The two seats and game table to starboard can be made into a settee or berth with the cushions provided. The main cabin and all interior teak has the warmth and durability only obtained with multiple coats of varnish. The 36 has stainless steel hand rails and anodized spars, reducing maintenance on deck and extending the sailing season. The mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems have been re-engineered to increase dependability and accessibility. Engine access, for example, is excellent, with the one-piece, insulated enclosure removed. The hull is rugged, hand-laminated, solid fiberglass; the keel is lead with integrally cast stainless steel bolts. The mast is stepped through the deck on the keel and has inline spreaders and fore and aft lower shrouds, a sturdy arrangement that is easy to tune.