PRICE REDUCED NOW OFFERED AT $13,600.00 ! OWNER AND FAMILY WANT HER SOLD - THEY DON'T WANT TO HAVE TO COVER HER AGAIN. ALL REASONABLE OFFERS CONSIDERED - ACT NOW. The Atlantic City 24' CATBOAT is a recreation of one of the most famous East Coast cruising catboat designs. She is a gutsy high-performer for the experienced sailor as well as an easy handling pussycat for the novice.
Because of her wide beam and cat rig sail, she provides interior and cockpit accommodations usually found only on 30' - 35' boats. Only 24' overall, the Atlantic City Catboat has 6'2" headroom, full galley, a dinette, berths for six and even a stand-up head.
No need to have a full crew aboard to sail her, because you never have to leave the safety and comfort of the cockpit to raise, lower or trim sail. Truly a single-handler's dream. If a crowd does show up, and they probably will, there is room for all. The cockpit alone can easily accommodate 10 people.
Drawing only 2' of water with the the center-board up she can go almost anywhere. The original standard BMW 12 hp Diesel was replaced in 1997 with a new Yanmar 2GM 18hp diesel.
Built by a handful of craftsmen from southern New Jersey, these second and third generation boat builders can trace their ancestry back to the golden days of catboat building in Atlantic City where pleasure and work-boat cats were built to 40'. The 24' version of these boats follows the same tradition; heavy hull, vert stable working platform that happens to sail extremely well. Built with old fashioned quality using 1980's hi-technology (for the time) produced the 24'Atlantic City Cat. A truly fun boat to enjoy solo or with family and friends. For complete details, please click on Full Specs. Thank you for your time and consideration.
For a personal description of this boat and or to schedule an appointment to take a first hand look, please contact the listing broker, Bill Kolkmeyer at 203-878-6373 x 1# or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Entering through the companionway you enter a large, well laid out saloon. Directly to port is the ships galley which features an ice chest, removable alcohol stove, manual water system, ample storage and counter space. Forward of the galley to port is a dinette which converts to a double berth. Opposite to starboard is a settee which converts to upper and lower berths. Continuing forward you will find the ship's fully enclosed head with marine toilet, sink, overhead locker and linen locker. Moving back aft you will find a hanging locker to starboard along with a large double berth.
All stringers are laminated with 2 plys of 24 oz. Fabmat
(Located at Milford Boat Works)
1 High Street
Milford, CT 06460