30′ Catalina Mark II Sloop 1987

Posted 06 April 2018 | Sailboats   

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Rhapsody in Ballou

One of the most popular and spacious thirty foot cruisers ever. Open space below decks and large cockpit feels like you are on a much larger yacht. This is an excellent example ready to cruise.
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  • Built by Catalina Yachts
  • Designed by Gerry Douglas
  • Edson Steering wheel with instruments on Binnacle
  • LOD 30’
  • LOA 31’
  • LWL 25′
  • Beam of 10’ 8”
  • Ballast 4,240
  • Displacement 10,185.
  • Fin Keel
  • Spade Rudder
  • Hauled and painted 9/2012


  • Universal 25 HPInboard Diesel
  • 25 Gallon aluminum fuel tank

Electrical, Electronics and Navigation:

  • Navigation Station with AC and DC Panel
  • Auto Helm
  • VHF Radio
  • GPS
  • Electric Bilge pump
  • Shore power electric cord

Sail Inventory and Ground Tackle:

  • Harken Roller Furling unit with 110 Jib
  • Main with Mack Pack sail system
  • Storm Jib
  • Total sail area 437 sq. ft.
  • CQR 25# on bow anchor roller, 20’ chain 200’ rode


  • Large Forward V-Berth with Shelf for TV
  • Enclosed head to port with Electric toilet, stainless sink and shower
  • 20 Gallon holding tank
  • Hanging locker and drawers to starboard
  • Spacious salon with U-shaped dinette and convertible table to port
  • AC and DC lighting
  • Settee and Navigation station to starboard
  • U-shaped Galley with A/C Refrigerator and Microwave
  • Galley Counter with double stainless sinks and pressure water
  • 6 Gallon Hot water heater
  • 50 Gallons water in two plastic tanks
  • Ice-Box (was refrigerated)
  • Full stern berth with opening port
  • TV

Deck and Additional:

  • All safety equipment
  • Spreader lights (inop)
  • Mercury 4.0 hp OB 2003 with few hours
  • Avon Inflatable Dinghy
  • Manual Bilge pump
  • Dodger and Bimini with connector
  • Stern Swim ladder
  • 7 opening ports
  • Large forward hatch
  • Two ports on deck

Vessel availability is subject to prior sale or withdrawal without notice. Specifications given are believed to be correct but are not guaranteed. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated.

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