The Catalina 320 is one of Catalina's most sought after designs as she has the room both inside and out of a boat much larger in size.
Owner May Consider Bareboat Chartering to Interested Parties with fee going toward purchase price if sale is consummated.
New Yanmar (2016)
New House Bank (2016)
New Life Lines (2016)
New Davits (2016)
New Battery Charger (2016)
New PSS Dripless Shaft Seal (2016)
New Cutlass Bearing (2016)
Freshly Buff 'n Waxed and New Bottom Job (Micron 66) in Dec 2015
Two owner boat originally from Delaware and recently sailed down to the Caribbean. She was just sailed from St. Lucia north and now lying in Antigua.
The 320 is light on the helm and performs well in a variety of conditions...racing skippers will enjoy the turn of speed and cruisers will appreciate the additional distance covered in a day's passage.
"Zayr Naytik" means enough and surely fits the bill for one who's wanting a well thought out performance cruiser and/or club racer. She carries her beam quite far aft giving her a large cockpit above and a comfortable aft main berth below that runs athwartship. She's got a well appointed galley with large fridge/freezer, gimbaled two burner propane stove w/oven, microwave oven, twin stainless sinks, granite coat counter tops and plenty of storage.
CONTACT Listing Broker Kevin Welsh in Melbourne at 321.693.1642
EYS BROKER OF THE YEAR 2013-2016
LOA: 32.5 feet
LWL: 28 feet
Beam: 11.75 feet
Displacement: 11700 pound
Bridge Clearance: 47.58 feet
Ballast: 4400 pound
Fuel: 19 gallon Water: 51 gallon Holding: 22 gallon
Model: Yanmar 3GM30F
Total Power: 27HP
Max Speed: 7kts
Bronze 3 blade propellor
New Cutlass Bearing in Jan 2016
New PSS Dripless Shaft Seal in Jan 2016
Transferable Warranty available on Engine
A rich combination of teak and hardwoods make for a warm and inviting interior that is well ventilated with seven opening ports and three overhead hatches when not running the 16k BTU Reverse Cycle AC/HEAT.
Forward is a V-berth with privacy door and ample storage compartments. Mid-ship is a long settee to port followed by a chart table. Opposite to starboard is a spacious dinette area that converts to an additional double berth.
Aft of the dinette is a large wet head/shower with sink. Continuing aft on the starboard side is the entrance to the large private stateroom with cedar lined hanging locker and a large double berth. To port and aft of the navigation station is the U shaped galley with large fridge, corian counters and lots of storage.
The engine compartment has easy access under the companionway steps as well as from the private aft stateroom. Lots of access to the engine!
12V Adler Barbor top loading refrigeration w/freezer cold plate
Double Stainless Sinks w/hot 'n cold water
Gimbaled two (2) burner stove w/oven
Granitcoat counter tops
Pantry and Lots of Cabinet Storage
12V DC and 110V AC Breaker Panel at Nav Station
16k BTU CruiseAir Reverse Cycle Air 'n Heat
Maxwell 500 Electric Anchor Windlass
Delta Anchor on Roller
110V AC outlets throughout interior
Raymarine Wheel Autopilot
Slab Reefing on Main Sail by North
150% Genoa by North on Shaffer Roller Furling
Garhauer Main Sheet Traveler
Garhauer adjustable boom vang
Self Tailing Winches
Able to Single Hand
The cockpit is exceptionally large for a boat this size and has wide coamings and ergonomically correct seats and backs making for a comfortable entertaining area while at anchor or underway.
The shrouds are inboard which makes it safe and easy to move around the decks. There is a single anchor roller at the bow with a recessed anchor locker with a Maxwell 500 electric windlass.
The swim ladder forms the center section of the stern rail when in the up position, but opens for easy access to the water. The deck is gray molded-in nonskid and in very good condition. A manual bilge pump and hot and cold deck shower are in the cockpit.
Walker Bay RIB Dinghy w/Tohatsu 9.8 hp does not convey but may be negotiable.
The Catalina 320 is an exciting design that successfully combines the best modern features and construction with Catalina's 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 day's 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, 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.
510 Brookside Drive
Clearwater, FL 33764