Catamaran 2000 Victory 35 Catamaran
Off Market since Oct 31st 2016
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Price Reduced $15,000to $154,500, best Equipped Victory 35 on the Market !!
The Victory 35 is a cruising catamaran, designed to be fast, safe, comfortable, and fun to sail. Her designer is a cruising sailor. Every detail of her lines, accommodations, deck layout, and sail plan arises from years of sailing and cruising on catamarans. The manufacture says The Victory 35 is fun to sail...and fast....
The Huge cockpit has an ergonomic seat for the helmsman, wide enough for two to sit together comfortably. The salon is open and airy, and a great place to relax or entertain. A solid foredeck allows safe and secure handling of ground tackle and foresails.
Here are just some of the Key Features of Pig Pen....
– ONE OWNER Vessel in VERY GOOD Condition!! Upgraded 40 hp. Yanmar Diesel Engine 5 KW Generator Spectra 300 Watermaker Doyle StackPack with Strong Track System and Lazy Jacks Custom Arch with Davits Dinghy and Motor included Cruising Spinnaker and Sock Large Stall Shower in Master Stateroom Garmin 545 Chartplotter and Raymarine Radar Autohelm ST 4000+ Autopilot with remote Built by Endeavour Yachts in Clearwater, Florida
There is much more, check out Full Specs for all the details.....
From the Victory Brochure: A catamaran is inherently a very stable boat. The Victory 35 has built in buoyancy and watertight compartment, making her unsinkable. Double lifelines and wide side decks make here decks secure in rough weather, and her shoal draft lets her skim over thin water. The solid foredeck provides a stable, solid working platform and also adds tremendous strength to her construction. The Victory 35 is a strong, safe, easy to sail yacht, ideal for sailors of every age and experience .
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Endevour Yachts
Designer: Tradewinds Yacht Design, Bill Hepburn
Flag of Registry: United States
Hull Shape: Catamaran
LOA: 35 ft 0 in
Beam: 16 ft 0 in
LWL: 34 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 2 ft 10 in
Bridge Clearance: 49 ft 0 in
Headroom: 6 ft 4 in
Dry Weight: 9000 lbs
Total Power: 40 HP
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 2000
Engine Model: 3JH3E
Engine Type: Inboard/Outboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Drive Type: Sail drive
Engine Power: 40 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: Aluminum (100 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: Aluminum (75 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: Plastic (40 Gallons)
Number of single berths: 2
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 2
Wind speed and direction
Fully battened mainsail
Refrigerator - Freezer
Electric head - Two
Manual bilge pump
Fresh water maker
Shore power inlet
Solar panel - Not currently installed
Outboard engine brackets
The Victory 35 was designed with live-aboard comfort in mind. A Bright and Airy main salon with its hand-crafted joinery and louvered doors. Headroom is 64 throughout and continuous, bronze-tinted windows offer 180 degree panoramic views.
Main Cabin has settee and table with seating for seven; thelarge U-Shaped galley has double aStainless Steel sink, twoburner propane stove with a largeNorcold refrigerator and freezer. Plenty of storage throughout including a hanging wet locker. The Master cabinis to starboard, with queen berth and optional foam mattress, head forward with large stall shower andfullsize Jabsco electric toilet. Two guest cabins to port with adjoining head, shower and vanity and louvered doors and cabinets for ventilation and the optional extra Jabscoelectrictoilet in the forward cabin.There are seven large opening hatcheswith screens and 10 opening ports also with screens and the boat is fully air conditioned throughout the vessel.
– Custom Bar Cabinet
– Custom Book Case over Navigation Station
– Settee and table, seating for seven
– Entertainment center
– Large Navigation Center
– Full liners on hull sides
– Three Hella 12 volt fans
The Galley-Up layout in the Victory 35 places the galley on the same level as the main salon; no more is the cook removed from the action.....
– Hillerange two burner propane stove with oven
– Norcold 12volt/ 110 Large Refrigerator Freezer model DE0061R
– GE Microwave
– Stainless Steel Double Sink
– Tonsof Storage !!
Deck and Hulls
Hull Design and Performance from the Factory Brochure: Victor 35s asymmetric, stepped hulls and high bridge deck clearance eliminate wave-slamming and noise. Large aerodynamic rudders promote directional stability, keeping her on course while driving through seas. She has a built-in chain and sail lockers, a modern anchoring system (including bow rollers and chain locker), and built-in transom steps. Her 16 foot beam allows her unrestricted access to marina berths.
Victorys sailing abilities are no accident; her unique hull shape creates a fine waterline entrance, enabling here to point 38 degrees apparent wind. Shell sail half of wind speed up to 15 Knots, and downwind speeds in excess of 10 knots are commonplace. Besides great speed, her easy tacking 5 degree heeling, and gentle sea-going motion make her a total pleasure to sail....
– Edson wheel steering
– Dinghy davits and motor lift on Custom Arch
– Simpson Lawrence manual anchor windlass
– Dual Anchor Rollers
– Bruce anchor with chain and rode
– CQR anchor with 50 feet of chain and rode
– Sampson post
– Cockpit bimini dodger combination
– Swim ladder
– Integrated transom steps
– Boarding Ladder brackets on both sides of hull
– Outboard engine rail mount
– Propane BBQ grill hooked up to main propane tanks
– Dual helm seat
– Dinghy and Motor included
– Hot and Cold Transom Shower
– Salon Sunsure Window Cover, Full Coverage
– Cockpit Cushions
Electronics and navigation
– Autohelm Autopilot ST4000+ with Remote
– Garmin 545 GPS chart plotter
– Raymarine SL70C Radar with RayChart
– Autohelm wind
– Autohelm Tridata - depth, speed, temp
– ICOMVHF with DSC
– 3 Compass
– JVCStereo with CD
– TV and Stereo Antenna on Masthead
Electrical and Mechanical
– NexGen 5 KW Generator hours unknown
– Stat power inverter 1500 Watt
– Two50W solar panels w/charging regulator system, not currently installed
– Battery charger
– 80 amp alternator
– Two House Battery Banks with two Optima Batteries each
– One Engine Start Battery
– Dual Perko battery switches
– Spectra 300 Watermaker new in 2004
– Hot water heater with 110 and heat exchanger
– Two Jabsco Electric Full Size Heads
– TwoHolding tanks and macerators
– Two 12V Bilge pumps
– Two Hella Cabin Fans
– Manual bilge pumps
– 12V plugs and 110 Volt outlets
Sails and Rigging
– Full battened High Roach mainsail
– Doyle stack pack with Lazy Jacks for EASY sail handling
– Strong System on Mainsail Track
– Harken roller furling genoa
– Cruising Spinnaker with sock
– Electric windlass to raise mainsail adjust main sheet ????
– Three#40 Harken Winches, all two speed self-tending
– Internal main and genoa halyards, rigged to cockpit with sheet stoppers
– Aft traveler with 6:1 ration
– Topping lift
– Anodized mast and boom
– Upgraded 40 HP Yanmar 3JH3E Enginemounted amidships under the cockpit away from the living quarters. The removable cockpit sole provides easy, 360 degree access to the engine compartment.
– Racor 500 Fuel Filter on main engine
– Racor Fuel Filter for Generator
– Added Engine Sound Proofing
– Sonic Drive Leg w/ 3-blade prop, the sonic pivots for maneuverability and lifts completely out of the water when under sail.Last serviced 2015
– Engine hours unknown
The Drive shaft extends vertically into the water, and is easily retracted when the boat is berthed or under sail. No stuffing box or shaft seal is required. The shaft is steerable, which also with her twin rudders makes the boat highly maneuverable in tight spaces.
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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