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Cat Tracks is a Sail Craft Apache 44 beautifully restored. by her current owner, an engineer and shipbuilder, and retains much of her original provenance. Much of the original teak and mahogany throughout has been retained and restored including the beautiful ships wheel. Cat Tracks is now setup for single-handing with all lines lead into the well protected cockpit with ample hard dodger. She is a USCG documented vessel, has been around the world twice and comes with all her Panama Canal papers.
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Apache catamarans were produced by Sail Craft Ltd, the company formed in 1960 by Olympic gold mentalist Reg White. Along with the company’s executive designer, Rod MacAlpine-Downie, they produced a long line of race-winning successes. They originally designed and built the Tornado, a double-handed multihull class recognized as an International Class by the International Sailing Federation. It was used for the Olympic Catamaran discipline from 1976 to 2008. They originally designed and built the Mystere, a popular beach-cat still in production today by a Canadian company. They are also responsible for the Aztec, the first collapsible multihull, allowing for easy trailering of a larger multihull. Their larger racer/cruisers, Iroquois, Cherokee and Apache, outperform any other boats in their classes and have won many competitions. The Apaches were built to Lloyds specifications and provide unashamed trans-world luxury. They will out-sail any other trans-oceanic cruiser of their size.
Cat Tracks is a beautifully restored Sail Craft Apache 44. She has been professionally renovated and updated by her current owner, an engineer and shipbuilder, and retains much of her original provenance. Much of the original teak and mahogany throughout has been retained and restored including the beautiful ships wheel. Cat Tracks is now setup for single-handing with all lines lead into the well protected cockpit with ample hard dodger. She is a USCG documented vessel, has been around the world twice and comes with all her Panama Canal papers.
She was originally constructed using superior vinyl ester resins and all renovation work was done using epoxy. Lee boards and trunks were removed, greatly increasing the already ample interior spaces, and full-length skid-keels were installed, which protect the vessel and make hauling a simple and safe process, and provide superior leeward resistance while maintaining a minimum 3.5-foot draft.
Cat Tracks has a spacious galley with full-size double-bowl sink and all electric appliances, including frig and freezer, microwave oven, induction cooktop and toaster oven, all run from 2000 watts of solar and wind charged batteries and three 2000-watt pure sinewave inverters.
Cat Tracks features an electric propulsion system designed by the current owner who was Engineering Director for a hybrid marine propulsion company. Cat Track’s system utilizes standard off-the-shelf components, is simple and efficient to operate, and recharges its batteries while sailing. The electric propulsion provides quiet, powerful and precise maneuvering in close quarters.
But who needs to motor when Cat Tracks has such superior sailing ability on her world-famous Sail Craft hulls. Her cutter sail plan and large sail wardrobe provide options for any wind conditions, and includes mainsail with Tides Track and flaking bag, 120% roller furling genoa, staysail, heavy yankee, storm yankee, storm tri-sail, and symmetrical spinnaker with snuffer sock for downwind work.
Accommodations include two California king size staterooms aft, an office forward to stbd, an engineering shop forward to port and a day-bed on the bridge deck. She has a dry head amidships to port and a full-size shower/sits-bath tucked away on the bridge deck (no shower water in the bilge to deal with). There is a full-size stand-up chart table on the bridge deck as well as a separate radio station with systems monitoring station.
All of her fixed-glass windows and ports use 1/2” acrylic. There are nine bronze ports. Additional natural lighting is provided in the office and engineering shop by hexagonal deck prisms. These are the same prisms used on the replica of the tall-ship La Amistad, famous for the 1839 slave revolt, and built by artisans at Mystic Seaport Connecticut. Mystic Seaport denoted the bronze bezel that adorn the port-side prism on Cat Tracks.
She has all modern electronics with helm instruments contained in a lockable dashboard. Other conveniences include marine air conditioning, water maker, pressure water system with solar and electric water heater, and a very-British interior helm station. Electronics include a full suite of Raymarine instruments with autopilot, radar, chart plotter and remote control. She also has forward-looking sonar, two VHF radios and a hand-held unit, a Ham-capable SSB with TNC and stereo radio/CD system.
She carries a selection of 8 anchors including a 70 pound Luke Fisherman, 60 pound Danforth, two aluminum Fortress, two CQR’s, a Delta 55 and a Bruce plow. There is an electric windlass on the port bow and a manual windlass on the starboard. Each bow anchor locker contains 100’ of 5/16” HT chain and an ample selection of rope ground tackle.
Cat Tracks accommodates two tenders; a solid fiberglass catamaran Livingston which sits in solid chocks on the aft deck (no swinging-dinks here) and is deployed and recovered via a unique trolley/lift system, and she has an Avon inflatable tender stowed in an aft locker. The Livingston is powered by a 45-thrust electric motor that provides over 8 hours of full-power motoring and its battery is recharged by solar energy.
To provide for world voyaging, Cat Tracks has a huge stowage capacity, with six large deck lockers outfitted with unique below-deck locks and dozens of stowage lockers within the vessel. In these lockers you will find a wide assortment of spares and extras included with Cat Tracks including charts, pilots and guides for whole world, spare air conditioner, wind generator and anchor windlass, and loads of safety equipment.
Apache Hull #17 History
Apache hull #17 built in 1977. Originally named Ovni Cat. Sailed to France for interior buildout.
The Apache is the big sister ship to the Iroquois. These were designed by Rod MacAlpine-Downie and built by Reg White the Olympic gold medalist. MacAlpine-Downie was also the designer of the Tornados and the popular Mystere beach cats.
After her fitting out as a long-distance cruiser she was entered in the Round the British Iles Race. She won this handily, in heavy weather that gave fits to most of the “race boats”. It is reported that they crossed the finish line sipping a cup of fresh brewed tea.
The original owners sailed Ovni Cat to Australia via Cape Horn with stops in Rio de Janeiro, Montevideo and Whangaparaoa New Zealand. They then sailed to Durban South Africa and on to Barcelona Spain. It was on the passage up the west coast of Africa they were caught in a storm. A tanker captain hailed them concerned for their safety. “Are you all right?” Yes, came back the reply, “I’m seeing 20 knots on the log, surfing down the front of these monster waves. I Have out only staysail and storm trysail to give me control. Can you tell me the wind speed?” The captain replied back, “I lost my anemometer in a gust a while back. My bridge is at 85 feet above the water and I’m looking straight at the wave crest, if that helps.” Ovni Cat sailed on into the Mediterranean Sea without incident.
John and Sonja Rose purchased the vessel in 1981 and renamed her Dutch Yankee. They did a loop thru the Mediterranean and then out to Casablanca. On their way to the Canary Islands they encountered a force-10 storm, which they referred to as “A romping good sail.” They crossed the Atlantic, made their way thru the Caribbean and the Panama Canal and into the South Pacific. Stops were made at several islands as well as Australia. Then on to South Africa and across to Sao Luis on the northern coast of Brazil. She then based out of Virgin Gorda for several years. She made another passage thru the Panama Canal in 1985 via the Dutch ABC Islands and Columbia, to San Diego. She returned to the Caribbean two years later.
In 1995 Bruce Baker bought the vessel in Puerto Real Puerto Rico and changed her name to Cat Tracks. He sailed her with his wife, along with a professional captain and two other crew, to San Diego. A year later she returned thru the Panama Canal and was sailed thru the Gulf of Mexico to Tampa Bay where she resided in the St Petersburg Municipal Marina for several years.
In 2003 Linda and Andy Christian purchased Cat Tracks. They lived aboard her for three years preparing for an extensive renovation that took another three years. In 2010 she was launched again as a completely and professionally renovated and updated long-distance cruising/voyaging vessel. The Christian’s took her on several trips along the west coast of Florida, sometimes with their children and spouses. Andy, an engineer and shipbuilder, redesigned Cat Tracks for single-handed sailing and he tested this on a 6-day passage up the coast of Florida, thru the Big Bend and on to Panama City Florida. During this passage, he encountered the leading edge of a storm off Cape George and Cape San Blas, riding down-wind in 30 knot winds and 20 foot seas, and scurrying into Saint Andrews Bay along with the local fishing fleet just before midnight.
The Christian’s lived aboard Cat Tracks in Panama City, taking her on day-sails and week-long vacations. They left Panama City in 2016 and made a lovely 3-day passage across the Gulf of Mexico back to St Petersburg where they had SSMR, the company that installed the standing rigging during the renovation, perform a thorough inspection, which they found to be in excellent condition. She then sailed down the coast in a series of short day-sails with stops in Sarasota, Naples, Marco, Everglades City and spent several weeks gunk-holing in the Ten Thousand Islands. Unfortunately it was decided that due to old injuries to Andy’s back, they would not be able to pursue their dream of taking Cat Tracks on another round the world voyage. They returned to St Petersburg and she is now for sale, hopefully to someone who can appreciate her history and great sailing qualities and can once again let her experience the cruising and voyaging she loves so much and does so well.
Entrance Foyer: Enter from side of cockpit; teak sole, teak and mahogany frames and trim. Safety equipment mounted just inside foyer for easy access from cockpit; binoculars, flairs, EPRB, MOB light, emergency tiller, hooks for foul-weather gear, safety harnesses, life jackets, horn, deck tools
Saloon: Finished in white panels with teak and mahogany batons and trim, painted deck sole, 6’-3”+ head-room throughout most of saloon, four large windows of 1/2” bronzed acrylic, two large hatches with 1/2” bronzed acrylic and mounts to allow any position opening
Original teak and brass light fixtures refitted with LED lights
6’+ Couch with three lockers below; ships papers, equipment literature in file box, two sextons, two hand-held search lights, bosun bag fully stocked with tools and parts/spares, two bosun seats, lead-line, spare winch handles, bin with loads of spare small lines, anti-chafing gear
7’+ Day Bed with eight lockers below; more safety harnesses and shock cords, sailing gloves, more life jackets, more flairs and several flair guns with flairs, two complete sets of foul weather gear, bag of various signal and courtesy flags, access to lightning plate for mast wiring
Two huge forward lockers; parachute anchor, hull-breach patch, spare air filter material, spare wind generator, spare electric windlass, several bins of other various spares
Full-size stand-up Chart Table; mountings for all chart instruments/tools, white/red LED chart light on gooseneck rod
Radio Station Desk; Ham SSB with TNC (tuner in port-aft locker and port-aft stay outfitted as antenna), second VHF Radio, Stereo FM/AM/CD Radio (speakers mounted in forward alcoves either side of Day Bed, DC Breaker panel, Raymarine depth/speed instrument, Remote Control for Raymarine Instruments and charging station, Hand-held VHF radio and charging station, 120VAC power strip under desk, intake for staterooms vent fan under desk and on backside of DC breaker panel, Solar/Wind charging monitoring instruments, Electric Propulsion battery monitoring instruments, controls for Automatic Sheet Release, Weather instruments, Air Conditioner controls, Stateroom fans control, white/red LED gooseneck rod light, Bilge Pumps controls, Very-British inside Helm Wheel, Bookcase, all panels removable for easy access to wiring and mechanical behind
Teak Chair, rugs
Shower/Sits-bath tucked behind radio station; built-in seat and ample hand-holds, hot and cold pressure fresh water, outfitted to accommodate pressure saltwater, controls and circulating pump for solar water heater, pump also serves for bringing hot water to shower to eliminate cold water rush at start of shower, switch located in control panel under stbd bunk
Galley: Full-size double-bowl galley sink with pressure fresh water and plumbed for pressure saltwater, fiddle shelves above and below, Refrigerator, Freezer, Microwave Oven, Induction Cooktop, Toaster Oven, three spice shelves, large storage cabinet with louvered door, original teak and brass ceiling light refitted with white/red LED lights, LED light strip over counter, large window above of 1/2” bronzed acrylic, openable bronze port with screen, bamboo sole plates with access to bilge and propulsion batteries, in aft-most bilge compartment is stbd hull bilge pump and float switch
Office: Forward of Galley and also serves as Galley Pantry; 55 gallon fresh water tank, pressure water pump and pressure tank, ample pantry storage, L-shaped desk, shelf above and below desk, office chair, opening bronze port with screen, 1/2” bronzed acrylic fixed port forward, deck prism, propulsion battery locker, bamboo sole plates with access to bilge, access to forward-looking sonar transducer under sole plate under desk, rod lock for stbd anchor locker
Stbd Stateroom: Finished in white painted panels and vinyl with teak and mahogany batons and trim, bamboo sole plates with access to bilge, three louvered closets one with unique clothes hanger rod, other two with shelves, base-station wireless node for Raymarine Remote Control in aft end of aft closet, house battery bank below closets, large foot locker, California King-size bed platform with access panels to storage lockers and engine room, various charts, pilots, guides stowed in lockers, Raymarine course computer and gyro compass mounted on aft bulkhead under bunk, access to stuffing box, stbd propulsion motor, motor controller, two 2-kiloWatt pure sine inverters, 144V to 12V Cross Charger, Battery Switches, Shore Power outlets, switch for solar water heater pump, mounting provided for four additional batteries, bookcase with solar regulator/controller for dodger solar panels and stbd wind generator, one small fixed bronze port to outside, one large openable bronze port into cockpit with screen, two LED reading lights on articulating arms, two mattresses, various clothes hooks, mounts for two SCUBA tanks, rod lock for stbd aft double deck locker
Master Stateroom: Located in port hull, finished in white painted panels and vinyl with teak and mahogany batons and trim, bamboo sole plates with access to bilge, three louvered closets one with unique clothes hanger rod, other two with shelves, house battery bank below closets, large foot locker, California King-size bed platform with access panels to storage lockers and engine room, various charts, pilots, guide books stowed in lockers, various shore-power adaptor cords, access to stuffing box, port propulsion motor, motor controller, one 2-kiloWatt pure sine inverter, 144V Motor battery charger, main shore-power circuit breaker, Battery Switches, Shore Power outlets, mounting provided for four additional batteries, bookcase with solar regulator/controller for arch solar panels and future port wind generator, one small fixed bronze port to outside, one large openable bronze port into cockpit with screen, two LED reading lights, full-deck closed-cell foam mattress, various clothes hooks, rod lock for port aft double deck locker
Head: Door into Master Stateroom and door forward into hall, finished in white painted panels and vinyl with teak and mahogany batons and trim, large vanity with sink and stowage below, large bevel-edged mirror over vanity, manual marine head, 18 gallon holding tank in cabinet with padlocked thru-hull valve below (bung provided at thru-hull) and deck pump-out fitting on deck outside, unique cat-box, one openable bronze port with screen, two sconce lights with white and red LED lights, one white LED light over mirror, one 120VAC outlet
Hall/Library: Library stocked with many nautical books, original teak and brass ceiling light refit with white/red LED lights, storage/cat-box below, bamboo sole plates with bilge access, port hull bilge pump and float switch under this sole plate
Engineering Shop: Forward of Hall/Library; U-shaped desk/work-surface, sink, stool, 40-gallon per day water maker, sea strainers for water maker, water maker booster pump, fresh water plumbing and pressure gage, 55-gallon fresh water storage tank, 15-gallon product water storage tank, mount for tender motor, Air Conditioner mounted behind panel to inside, sea strainers and circulation pump for air conditioner, bamboo sole plates with bilge access, thru-hulls for sea strainers located under middle sole plate (bungs provided at thru-hulls), Raymarine speed and depth transducer located under sole plate foot shelf under desk, opening bronze port with screen, 1/2” bronzed acrylic fixed port forward, deck prism, propulsion battery locker, 120V outlets, DC circuit breaker panel with water maker controls and 12V DC power strip, shelf above desk, storage cubbies to inside around air conditioner locker
• Cutter rigged, 14 stays and shrouds
• Aluminum mast (with Tides Track) and main boom
• Standing rigging new 2010; swages installed with 5200 sealant
• 316 SS Chain-plates, all SS spreaders
• Two Halyard Winches on Mast
• Three 1/2” halyards inside mast; Mainsail (lead to cockpit), Headsail, Spare
One 7/16” Topping Lift inside mast
• 1/2” Spinnaker Halyard on block outside mast
• 1/2” Staysail Halyard on block outside mast
• 5/8” Jib-sheets (lead to cockpit)
• Barber-haulers on Jib-sheets with control lines (lead to cockpit)
• 5/8” Mainsail sheet with multi-purchase on 14’+ traveler track with control lines
• Three 1/2” Reef Lines (lead to cockpit)
• 1/2” Staysail sheets (lead to cockpit)
• Spare Running-Rigging lines in aft stbd locker
• Lewmar #55 3-speed aft-center in cockpit
• Lewmar 2-speed self-tailing on port coach roof in cockpit
• Lewmar 2-speed self-tailing on stbd coach roof in cockpit
• Mainsail with Flaking Bag and Lazy Jacks
• 120% Genoa on Roller Furling
• Stay Sail
• Heavy Yankee
• Storm Tri-Sail
• Symmetrical Spinnaker with Snuffer Sock
• Garhauer rope-clutches, color-coded
• Garhauer deck Line Organizers
• Large Turning-blocks for Jib Sheets and Spinnaker Sheets
• Head-sail Furling line lead to cockpit
• Automatic Sheet-release Device at 3-Speed Winch
• 70-lb Luke Fisherman
• 60-lb Danforth
• #55 aluminum Fortress
• Smaller aluminum Fortress
• 66-lb CQR
• Smaller CQR
• 55-lb Delta
• 44-lb Bruce Claw
• 100-ft 5/16” HT in Port Anchor Locker
• 100-ft 5/16” HT in Stbd Anchor Locker
• Various lengths (some spliced to anchor rope) in aft stbd locker
• 66-ft 5/8” with thimbles spliced in
• 133-ft 5/8” with thimbles spliced in
• 200-ft 5/8” with thimbles spliced in
• 300-ft 3/4” with thimbles spliced in
• 200-ft 5/8” line in aft port locker
• Large assortment of shackles and swivels
• Chain-hook and belaying rope in port anchor locker
• Chain-hook and belaying rope in stbd anchor locker
• Electric windlass with free-fall on port bow
• Manual windlass on stbd bow
• Bridal: 3/4” with thimbles spliced on front beam
12V House Battery System; charges from two solar panel banks, one on arch and one on cockpit dodger, and one wind generator (mount provided for one additional wind generator), charge controllers located under book shelves behind Lexan panels in staterooms, eight group-31 AGM house batteries, four under each stateroom closet (with space for eight additional batteries, four in each engine room), battery switches located behind Lexan panels at foot of each stateroom bunk, monitoring equipment at Radio Station. Navigation lights, spreader lights, and all interior lights are LED.
144V Electric Propulsion System; twin 144V 3-phase industrial electric motors, industrial robotic variable frequency motor controllers, twelve group-31 AGM motor batteries in each hull, motors act as generators while sailing to recharge batteries, system also contains a 144V battery charger powered from 240VAC shore power, helm controls for motors are simple marine throttles with amp gage monitors. Standard stuffing boxes. 18” by 18-pitch 3-blade bronze props.
Shore Power; 240VAC 50-Amp shore power plug/cable coiled on hanger within port-aft deck locker deployed thru water-resistant deck fitting, main circuit breaker under port stateroom bunk, 240VAC outlet under port stateroom bunk, 4-plex outlet box under each stateroom bunk, AC circuit breakers behind Lexan panels at foot of each stateroom bunk, 120V extension cord in port aft deck locker. 120VAC 6-gallon water heater. All electric galley will run from shore power or the two stbd 2-keloWatt pure sine wave inverters.
Shipboard AC Power; Three 2-keloWatt pure sine wave inverters provide shipboard AC power from the 1000 amp house battery banks. AC circuits can be individually chosen to be powered from shore power or shipboard AC power by plugging the circuit into either the shore power outlet or the inverter.
Full suite of Raymarine electronics with sailing instrument package, auto pilot, course computer, radar, depth, speed, remoter wireless control, course planning software, 12” chart plotter display with chart chip. Forward-looking Sonar. Two VHF Radios; one in cockpit helm box and one at Radio Station. Hand-held VHF radio with charger. Ham-capable SSB radio with TNC; automatic tuner located in port-aft locker and port aft stay is fitted with insulators for SSB antenna. Stereo FM/AM/CD radio with speakers in saloon.
• 4 large aluminum docking cleats; one near each corner
• SS Samson Post mid-ship on port side
• SS Staghorn mid-ship on stbd side
• SS Pulpit across bow with integral navigation lights
• SS Life-lines along both sides
• SS Boarding stations mid-ship on both sides
• All deck hardware mounted with large backer-plates and solid epoxy core
• Constructed of cedar core and Starboard line-leads, fully covered in fiberglass
• Eight 80-Watt Solar Panels integral to roof
• 1/2” acrylic windshields
• 1/2” acrylic sail-view skylight
• Solar Water heater
• Well-protected cockpit; flush drain scuppers and large poop-drain
• Helm-stand box with access to electric water heater and pressure tank
• Helm Chair; fully adjustable with view of all 4 corners of vessel and horizon
• Helm Instrument box; lockable security panels, contains all instruments and controls and navigation light switches
• Beautifully restored original teak Ships Wheel
• Stowage mounts for; winch handle, boat hook, horn, all lines
• Unique Companionway bifold door with integral hasp lock mechanism
• Four folding Cockpit Cushions; closed-cell foam, mesh upholstery
• Two folding deck chairs
• Constructed of tubular aircraft-grade aluminum, access ladder on each side
• Six 130-Watt Solar Panels
• Integral trolley/lift system for deploying/retrieving Tender
• Wind Generator
• Mount for additional Wind Generator
• 24” Raymarine radar Raydome on high pole
• VHF Antenna on high pole behind Raydome
• Search Light with remote control
• FM Radio Antenna
• GPS Antenna
• Mount for 60-lb Danforth Anchor on port side
• SS Bar-BQ on stbd side
• Several spare mounts and platform
APACHE was designed as a natural form of progression from the highly successful 30' IROQUOIS in 1969 by Rod Macalpine-Downie. Basically similar in styling the APACHE is the ultimate in production cruising catamarans. APACHE is available with sloop, cutter or ketch rig. You can choose the rig to suit your kind of sailing. Her deck layout is both practical and attractive with plenty of space left for just lying in the sun. Like all the SAIL CRAFT cruising boats only the best equipment is fitted using the top trade names and highest specification stainless steel for all of the rigging, deck fittings, bottle screws, pulpit, stanchions and silver anodized mast and boom. The teak wheel and upholstered pedestal helmsman's seat provides easy vision to all quarters whilst navigation instruments, two-speed mainsheet winch and single lever engine controls are easily to hand. The genoa is controlled by a single three-speed winch mounted at the rear of the cockpit. A folding helmsman's canopy is offered as an option to protect the helmsman and on-watch crew from foul weather.
Auxiliary power can either be with twin out-drive diesels or a single engine with twin hydraulic propellers independently controlled. Engine sizes can range from 30 - 75 HP singles or twins as described.
APACHE's interior layout offers four private double staterooms, three saloon berths and a huge shower and w.c. compartment with second w.c. (optional). The galley is extremely spacious and well designed ergonomically using full size household fitments. Pressurized hot and cold water to the shower and all basins is a standard part of the specification. The saloon arrangements can seat up to 10 comfortably and still leave enough space for a full-size chart table and navigation area. Teak woodwork is used throughout which, coupled with the fabric, soft furnishings and shag pile carpet, completes the air of luxurious and spacious living.
APACHE has sailed to all corners of the world as a live-aboard boat, charter boat and just for the pure fun of sailing a thoroughbred offshore cruiser. APACHE is a world wide cruiser capable of sailing anywhere you choose in style, speed and comfort.
Sailing 'on the level' is just another reason for choosing APACHE as a cruising sailboat with the last word in space, comfort and performance alongside or in blue water.
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