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This Boat is Off Market

  • Off Market
  • Sail / Cruisers
  • Catalina / 320
  • 2000 / Used
  • 32' / 11'
  • Yanmar 3GM30F
  • 27 hp
  • 1360 hrs
  • Diesel

Cruisers 2000 Catalina 320

Off Market since Oct 29th 2018

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Bellavia

The Catalina 320 is an exciting design that successfully combines the best modern features and construction with Catalinas hallmark comfort and value. Based on a high-performance and high-volume computer-optimized hull design, the 320 is light on the helm and tracks well under sail or power.

Bellavia is nicely equipped and well maintained. She is ready for your cruise and enjoyment plans!

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Boat Name
Bellavia

Specs
Designer: Catalina Yachts Design
Keel: Wing
Hull Shape: Monohull

Dimensions
LOA: 32 ft 6 in
Beam: 11 ft 9 in
LWL: 28 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 5 in
Displacement: 11300 lbs
Ballast: 4000 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 48 ft 0 in
Dry Weight: 11300 lbs

Engines
Total Power: 27 HP

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Engine Model: 3GM30F
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 1360
Engine Power: 27 HP

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (51 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 (20 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 1 (19 Gallons)

Accommodations
Number of single berths: 6
Number of heads: 1

About the Catalina 320

From Practical Sailor :

The 320 is designed specifically for the cruising market and accommodations reflect the designers intent to enhance performance without compromising on creature comforts.

The most noticeable characteristic of the space belowdecks is that the boat feels bigger than a 32- footer. In fact, at 11 9, it is beamy andthere is no compromise on space belowdecks.

The immediate impression upon stepping below is of lightness reflected from the varnished ash battens that line the hull, teak bulkheads and hand rails, and a teak and holly sole. Non-wood surfaces are white, accented by suede-like cushions on two settees. Sunlight filters into the boat from two Lewmar hatches and 10 portlights, four of which open to provide ventilation. Overhead lights are scattered throughout. The companionway steps are rounded up at the ends, making it easier to use when the boat is heeled.

The galley, located to port, has a double stainless sink, faucets, laminated surfaces, a 5-cubicfoot Adler-Barber refrigerator with 4 insulation, and a two-burner stove/oven. A dry locker, three large overhead cabinets, and a pot and pans cupboard aft of the ice box, offer adequate storage space for cruising.

The head, located to starboard at the foot of the companionway, has adequate lighting but seems to increase in size with the light from a skylight and mirrors that cover a bulkhead. It is not spacious, but has a sink, toilet, and shower with its own sump pump. Access to head hoses is facilitated by removing the back panel of the medicine cabinet; three through-hulls are located in a cubby near the wet locker.

The saloon has comfortable seating for four people at a table, mounted on a post, that converts to a double berth, and for others on a port settee, the front of which doubles as seating for the navigator.

The nav station table is a nice manageable size. There is a shelf located above the panel.

The forepeak is large enough to sleep two adults, and has storage bins port and starboard, and two drawers. A unique touch is that the main panels of the bulkhead separating the forepeak from the saloon are removable, adding to the sense of spaciousness by creating view corridors as well as improving air circulation between the cabins.

The master stateroom is amazingly spacious, considering this is a 32-footer. Accessed to starboard at the foot of the companionway, it is furnished with a queen-size berth and has standing headroom. It has a hanging locker and on wet trips, the head may also be utilized for additional hanging space. Natural light and ventilation are provided by three cockpit portlights.

The engine is located aft of the companionway steps, and is accessed most easily from the stateroom.

Manufacturer Provided Description

The Catalina 320 is an exciting design that successfully combines the best modern features and construction with Catalinas hallmark comfort and value. Based on a high-performance and high-volume computer-optimized hull design, the 320 is light on the helm and tracks well under sail or power.

Motion and heeling are gentle and predictable. The 320 performs well in a variety of conditions, with either the available wing or fin keels. Racing skippers will enjoy the turn of speed and cruisers will appreciate the additional distance covered in a days passage. Carrying the deck beam well aft created space for an exceptionally large cockpit.

The wide coamings and ergonomically correct seats and backs are important features, considering the cockpit is where we all spend the most time when aboard. The weather decks are wide with molded-in non-skid and bulwarks, giving easy, sure access to the foredeck and standard below deck electric anchor windlass.

Other important quality features of the deck include the stout aluminum framed opening deck hatches and ball bearing mainsheet traveler system. The rigging and spar systems are engineered for performance and durability. The fore and aft lowers with intermediate and upper shrouds make the rig very secure and easy to keep in tune. A rigid adjustable boom vang is standard.

The unique interior is beautifully finished in a rich combination of teak, ash and maple hardwoods, complementing the beige textured fiberglass overhead and full hull liner. Attention to details like the custom molded galley counters with integral backsplashes, three separate lighting circuits in the main cabin, removable panels in the forward bulkhead, and a cedar paneled hanging locker set the 320 apart from the ordinary.

The one-piece, integral molded fiberglass subsole grid system is rigid, strong and requires no maintenance.

Deck & Cockpit

  – Maxwell Electric Anchor Windlass
  – Bruce anchor with chain and nylon rode
  – Danforth anchor
  – Radar reflector
  – Edson outboard motor bracket
  – Grhauer outboard motor davit
  – Grhauer Dinghy Davits (2016)
  – Magma grill
  – (2) Ocean Air overhead hatch shades (2017)
  – Forward hatch rebedded (2016)
  – Custom teak frame hatch screens
  – Teak cockpit table with drink and binocular holder
  – Ships spares
  – USCG gear

Sails, Rigging, Canvas & Covers

  – Ullman Mainsail (2007)
  – Dutchman system for Mainsail (new control lines 2017)
  – Mainsail cover (2007)
  – Ullman 135% Genoa (2007) UV Cover (2015)
  – Adjustable Garhauer genoa cars
  – Garhauser rigid boom vang
  – Running rigging new in 2011 and 2018
  – Lewmar 44 selftailing primary winches
  – Schaefer 2100 roller furling (furling drum replaced in 2015)
  – Dodger, Bimini Connector with Strateglass windows (2010)
  – Covers to protect dodger windows bimini cover
  – Helm and winch covers
  – Sun and privacy shades for cockpit
  – Winter storage cover

Galley

  – 2 burner propane stove with oven
  – Adler Barbour Refrigeration
  – Samsung Microwave
  – Moen singel lever sink faucet (2017)
  – (2) stainless steel sinks
  – Hot cold pressure water
  – Dry storage in counter tops
  – (3) storage cabinets about counters

Electronics & Entertainment

  – Raymarine ST60 Wind, Depth Speed
  – Ray marine ST 4000+ Autopilot
  – Standard Horizon GX1600 VHF Radio (2016)
  – Standard Horizon RAM3 Remote Mic in cockpit (2016)
  – Garmin Map 492 color Chart Plotter
  – Garmin Handheld GPS
  – Scad Holding Tank Monitor (2017)
  – Xintrex Carbon Monoxide Detector 12 V (2017)
  – Sony Marine CDXM5019 Stereo/MP3 player (2010)
  – Sansui Flatscreen TV (2013)

Electrical, Mechanical & Plumbing

  – 110 V 12 V systems
  – (2) 4D AGM house batteries (2012 2014)
  – (1) Group 27 AGM starting battery (2012)
  – Balmar 70 Amp alternator (2007)
  – Pro mariner Protect 4 battery charger
  – (2) 30 Amp shore power services
  – Galvanic Isolator
  – (5) LED interior lights with remote switch at companionway entrance
  – (2) Solar vents with fans
  – 16,000 BTU Cruisair A/C with reverse cycle heat
  – Smoke detectors in each cabin
  – Water heater (2014)
  – Potable water pump (2018)

Accommodations

  – Custom table in salon with chart of Chesapeake, larger factory table also available
  – Upgraded V berth cushions : 6 inch thick with 2 memory foam (2017)
  – Custom bedding to fit forward and aft berths

Disclaimer

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.

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