This Catalina 34, located in Bridgeport, CT has been well maintained, with lovely teak trim, near new main sail, new Genoa, new bimini and continual upgrades of the electrical and mechanical systems. She is well equipped, with radar, refrigerator, hot and cold shower in head and cockpit, cabin and cockpit stereo system with am/fm radio and CDplayer.
"Friendship" is the tall rig version and her wing keel's 4 ft.draft allows more anchoring options and less risk when exploring new areas.
The Catalina 34 provides speed under sail, with a blend of easy handling, spacious accommodations, and fin keel performance. Frank Butler designed a great boat for weekend sailing, coastal cruising and club racing, with a spacious two stateroom layout with queen size aft berth, wide modern main salon and roomy cockpit. She sleeps 7 comfortably and provides 6’2” headroom below. The combination of tall rig, wing keel and 11 ft. 8 in. beam produces the good performance of modern designs with low heeling angles and a typical base PHRF rating of 150. In 1989, Catalina switched to the more rugged keel stepped mast, with less stress on deck members. This closed-stern version provides more storage and safer seating than found in walk through designs.
Shown by appointment only.
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Builder: Catalina Yachts
Model: Catalina 34 Tall Rig
Designer: Frank V. Butler
LOA: 34 ft. 6 in.
Beam: 11 ft. 8 in.
Draft: 3 ft. 10 in.
Displacement: 11,950 lbs.
Ballast: 5,000 lbs.
Engine Brand: Universal Engine(s)
Fuel: 23 gal.
Fresh Water: 43 gal. (aft), 28 gal.(under Starboard settee)
Holding: 27 gal.
Three (3) Batteries
15 Watt Solar Panel with Genasun Charge Controller (2015)
800 CCA AGM Get-Home Battery System Isolated From House Battery Charger
Hull & Deck
Dodger with Bimini
Binnacle w/Ritchie compass and GPS Mount
Double Lifelines (new 2015)
Eight(8) Opening Ports
Two (2) Deck Hatches
Port and Hatch Screens
Swim Ladder with Teak Steps
Dining Table Converts to Double Berth
Port Settee Serves as Single Berth
Many Storage Cabinets
Queen Size Berth
Double Bench Seat
Two Opening Portholes
Hanging Locker and Shelves
Double Stainless Steel Sink
2-Burner Gimballed Hellerange Stove/Oven - Propane
Hot & Cold Pressure Water
Fold-up Counter Extension
Nav Station - Port
Aft of Nav Station
Stainless Steel Sink with Shower
VHF: Standard Horizon with Emergency Distress DSC Button (2014)
Sailing Instruments: Raymarine i50 (2016)
Radar/GPS/Chartplotter Display: Garmin 740S (2014)
Radar: JRC 1000
Stereo: Kenwood FM/AM/CD
Hyde 135% Genoa (2017)
Neil Pryde Main with Lazy Bag Sail Cover (2014)
One 130% Genoa
North Gennaker with Sock
Primary: Lewmar 46 Self-Tailing (2)
Cabin Top: Lewmar 30 Self-Tailing (2)
Additional Equipment Included
Transom Bracket for Outboard
Man Overboard Heaving Line (70 ft.)
Mantus 25 lb.Anchor with approx. 35 ft. Chain & 300 ft. Nylon Rode
Danforth-type Anchor with approx 35 ft. High Tensile Chain & Rode
Recent Upgrades and Maintenance
Tachometer & Voltmeter
Replaced Transmission with Z10M with 60% higher load rating
Flexible Coupler to Aft End of Transmission
Engine Overheat Cockpit Alarm
LED Cabinet Lights (Main Salon)
Depth and Knot Meter Displays and Transducers
15 Watt Solar Panel with Genasun Charge Controller
Glow Plug Relay
Electrical Charging System Upgraded Per Instructions on Catalina 34 Owner’s Group Website
80 Amp Balmar Alternator with External Voltage Regulator
800 CCA AGM Get-Home Battery System - Isolated From House Battery Charger
Garmin 740S GPS
Standard Horizon VHF with Emergency Distress DSC Button
Neil Pryde Mainsail and Lazy Bag Sail Cover
Two 80 Ah House Batteries