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The Catalina 320 is yet another Gerry Douglas success story. Introduced in 1993, there were 1175 hulls built between then and when they discontinued the model in 2012.
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.
Inboard shrouds make moving about on deck safe and provides higher sheeting angles, while the below deck windlass keeps the lines clean and the foredeck safer. The large cockpit is inviting to family and friends, with stern rail seats and a walk-thru transom for easy access to the water. 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.
Below, there are two private cabins and a spacious, well-ventilated salon that make weekends on the boat exceptionally comfortable. The galley area is wonderful for a 32’ boat and has loads of refrigeration space.
The Catalina 320 is the perfect boat to combine both racing and cruising comfortably with family and friends.
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Forward stateroom:At the forward end of the V berth are two louvered lockers overhead. The berth has a removable center insert and makes up into a 72’ x 23” x 70” bunk. There is storage beneath the berth and white oak staving lining the hullsides. Lockers are beneath the berth on either wing of the V, while two drawers are on center. There is a large overhead hatch and two overhead lights. A bi-fold door can be closed for privacy or open for better ventilation. Additionally, the bulkhead has removable panels on either side of the door, so the entire space can be open for letting the breeze blow through. Headroom up here is 5’10”.
Saloon:The saloon space features a 6’5” long straight settee on port and a 6’8” long C-shaped one on starboard. The dinette table can comfortably seat four and can be lowered to create an additional double berth. Both settees have storage beneath and behind them. Both sides have fiddled shelves above and behind the seat backs, with sliding louvered door lockers framing fixed port lights above that. Headroom is 6’3”; there are three fixed ports, four opening ports, an overhead hatch, overhead lights and a 12v. fan for lighting and ventilation.
Nav station: On port and just forward of the galley, the nav station has a spacious chart table that will accommodate chart books, with a nice amount of storage beneath the top. Electrical panel controls are located there as well as interior electronics. There is an overhead light as well as a flexible arm chart light. Headroom at the nav is 6’3”.
Galley: The U-shaped galley is at the base of the companionway on port.Along the aft end is the refrigerated ice box. Top loading and with two lids, it is large for a boat of this size. Behind and above it is a deep drop-door “pantry”. Moving around along the hull there is two burner stove and oven, with a small cubby beneath it. Forward of the stove is a top-loading dry bin; the counter continues out toward centerline, where the sinks are oriented (as they should be). Beneath the sinks you will find a locker and three drawers; above it is an organizer shelf for dishes. Above the counter and along the hullside are two drop-down door storage lockers, with a microwave between them. There are two overhead and one under counter lights and a fixed light for lighting. Headroom in the galley is 6’3”.
Head: The head is located on starboard at the base of the companionway. As you enter the space, the head is to your left and the sink to your right. A sliding doored medicine cabinet is behind the head and a mirror is above the sink. A fiddled shelf area is above both of the mirrors. To the left of the head is a large dressing mirror. The molded sink has a stainless steel grab bar and a pull-out shower wand with sprayer. Headroom is 6’2”; there is an overhead hatch, two fixed lights and an overhead light for lighting and ventilation.
Aft stateroom: Entry into the aft cabin is on starboard. As you enter there is 6’3” headroom. There are two drawers and a hanging locker to your left, with a changing seat and storage beneath the changing seat. The berth is athwart; it is 7’5” long at the forward end and 6’ long along the transom. Bunk width is 57”. There is a padded headboard at the head of the berth, with numerous lockers, shelves and a fixed light above and behind it. A cubby is aft on starboard and access to the cockpit lazarette on port. Ventilation and lighting is from two fixed lights, three opening ports, two reading lights and a 12v. fan.
Owner’s personal effects and any items not specifically described in this listing
Potential purchasers should assume that any items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this specification sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht. These specifications are believed to be correct but cannot be guaranteed. Specifications are provided for information purposes. Data was obtained from sources believed reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, consumptions, capacities and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided, and agrees to instruct his/her agents or his/her surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase. This vessel is subject to sale, price and inventory changes or withdrawal from market without notice.