2014 Catalina 35' (10.67 m) 355
Charleston, South Carolina, United States
This 2014 Catalina 355 is nicely equipped and very well kept. She features two spacious cabins, one head, AC, solar, in-mast mainsail furling, AIS (transmit & receive), dinghy & outboard, and professionally installed lithium batteries with new wiring and an inverter/charger.
Flag of Registry: United States
- Cruisers / Cruiser-Racer
- Fiberglass Hull
- HIN/IMO: CTYL0092K314
|Shallow Draft (4' 9")|
|AIS transmit and recieve|
|Tenders: 2019 West Marine 275 AF 2018 Yamaha 6 HP outboard|
This 2014 Catalina 355 is well-kept, nicely equipped and ready to go. She features two spacious cabins, one head, AC, solar, in-mast mainsail furling, AIS (transmit & receive), dinghy & outboard, and professionally installed lithium batteries with new wiring and an inverter/charger.
The Seller's Disclosure and additional photos are available upon request.
Official Number: 1253603
LOA: 36' 6'' (11.13 Meters)
Type: Sail- Used
LOD: 34' 6''
LWL: 30' 2''
Draft Max: 4' 6''
Double Berths: 2
Head Room: 6' 3''
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Bridge Clearance: 54' 9''
Fuel Tank: 30 Gallons (113.56 Liters)
Fresh Water: 96 Gallons (363.4 Liters)
Holding Tank: 27 Gallons (102.21 Liters)
Displacement: 14800 lbs
Ballast Weight: 6200 lbs
Dry Weight: 14800
Designer: Gerry Douglas
Builder: Catalina Yachts
- Engine Make: Yanmar
- Engine Model: 3YM30
- Engine Type: Inboard
- Drive Type: Direct
- Power HP: 29.00
- Power KW: 21.63
- Fuel Type: Diesel
- Hours: 1290.00
- Hours Date: 01-10-2023
The smartly designed interior of the Catalina 355 offers two private cabins, a large head, forward facing nav desk, L-shaped galley, and a spacious salon with seating to port and starboard.
- High-quality teak joinery throughout the interior of the vessel
- Beautiful quad-leaf folding dining table surrounded by a U-shape settee
- Several fixed windows, opening ports and deck hatches, with screens and shades
- (3) Fixed ports in the hull
- (3) Deck hatches with screens and shades
- (4) Opening ports with screens
- Air Conditioning: Pompanette 16,000 BTU reverse cycle system
- 12 volt fans
- The owner's cabin has a center line bed with an electric lifter at the head of the bed. A cedar lined hanging locker, numerous drawers, bins and shelves provide plenty of storage
- Inner-spring mattresses in the guest cabin and owner's cabins
- Chart table with storage compartment and 110V and 12V outlets
- Two Bose speakers in the salon
- Flat screen TV
- The bedding in the owner's cabin conveys with the boat
The L-shaped galley is on the starboard side. It is equipped with a two-burner stove and oven, polished stainless steel sinks with a faucet and sprayer, microwave, and a refrigerator/freezer. Adios is also equipped with secondary freezer located under the nav desk.
- Refrigerator and freezer - 12v Isotherm, top/front opening refrigerator with a small freezer compartment
- Supplemental Engel 14 12v freezer located under the nav desk
- Storage cabinets
- Stove/Oven: Galley Maid by Princess, gimbled stainless steel two (2) burner stove with oven (the auto ignition is INOP)
- Microwave: Frigidaire stainless steel microwave
- Single lever faucet with pull out sprayer
- Solid surface counter tops with teak fiddles
- Hot & Cold pressure water distribution system (Jabsco ParMax)
- Spare fresh water pump
- 96 gal of fresh water plus an 11 gallon water heater. There are three plastic tanks (fwd 38 gal, starboard 32 gal, aft 20 gal)
- Rule electric bilge pump with float switch
- Manual bilge pump
- Shower sump pump
- Hot & Cold shower on stern
- Electric macerating marine head by Raritan with a 27 gallon holding tank and deck outlet and valve for overboard discharge of holding tank
- The holding tank gauge is INOP
- High bilge water alarm
- Water Heater: Seaward, Model F-1100 eleven (11) gallon water heater
- Victron Energy MultiPlus Compact 12 volt | 2000 watt |80 Amp battery charger and inverter (2022)
- Victron Energy Orion-Tr Smart DC/DC charger (2022)
- Victron Energy battery monitor
- (2) KiloVault 2400 HLX+ (200 AH) LiFePO4 batteries (professionally installed in 2022)
- Upgraded wiring as needed to accommodate the lithium batteries
- Engine start battery
- (2) Hubbell 125v/30 amp shore power connections with two (2) shore power cords
- Shore power AC volt meter
- (2) Solar panels
- Victron Energy SmartSolar Charge Controller
- 110 Volt AC/12 Volt DC panel at the nav station
- HVAC control at the nav (Pompanette Air)
- Circuit breakers for AC and DC electrical panel
- AC outlets throughout
- Anchor light at masthead
- Deck Light and steaming light on mast
- Electric Anchor Windlass, with Power Up and Down Controls
- Navigation lights to international rules
- Galvanic Isolator: Professional Mariner ProSafe FS30
- There is an old inverter monitor gauge on the panel that is INOP. It was replaced by a Victor solar and battery monitor which can be read remotely using Bluetooth
- Stereo: Fusion, MS-F700i, with a Fusion phone dock, and Bose cabin and cockpit speakers
- Fusion controller at the helm
- VHF: Standard Horizon Matrix AIS+, GX2150 with DSC, broadcast and receive, with a RAM 3 Mic at the helm
- Chart Plotter: Raymarine e95 display at the helm
- Radar: 48 mile Raymarine
- (2) Depth: Raymarine i70
- (2) Wind: Raymarine i70
- Autopilot: Raymarine p70 SmartPilot (hydraulic system)
- Ritchie Powerdamp compass
- Iridium Go satellite based hot spot
Sails and Rigging
- In-mast furling Doyle mainsail with vertical battens
- Genoa: 110% North Sails (2022)
- Seldon anodized aluminum mast and boom
- (2) Lewmar #46 two-speed self tailing primary winches
- (2) Lewmar #30 two-speed self tailing mainsheet / halyard Winches
- Mid-boom mainsheet system
- Mainsheet traveler with car and adjuster system led to cockpit
- Seldon RodKicker boom vang
- Lewmar Spinlock rope clutches
- Headsail Furling Gear
- Boom Vang, Rigid Adjustable Type
- Inboard genoa track with Garhauser cars
- 2019 West Marine 275 AF dinghy
- 6 HP Yamaha F6SMHA outboard
- Outboard lift
- Comfortable cockpit with contoured coamings
- Beautiful Teak cockpit table with a storage compartment and drink holders
- Cockpit cushions
- T-Shaped cockpit with raised helm seats port & starboard
- Stern rail with seats to port and starboard
- Walk through stern with helm seat
- Telescoping stern boarding ladder
- Hot/Cold water cockpit shower
- Double lifelines with gates port and starboard
- Mooring cleats, two fore and two aft
- Spring cleats port & starboard
- Large double anchor roller
- Windlass: Quick 12v vertical windlass with chain/rope gypsy and capstan
- 45 lb. Mantus anchor with 200’-225’ of 5/8” three strand nylon rode spliced to the 160’ of 5/16 HT chain
- F23 Fortress anchor
- Anchor locker
- Stainless steel handrails on cabin top
- Extruded aluminum toe rail with integral chocks
- T-Shaped cockpit with raised helm seats port & starboard
- Watertight “ StrikeZone ” collision bulkhead molded aft of the anchor locker
- Molded in LP gas locker on the port side with two aluminum tanks
- Dodger and bimini
- Winch, companionway, and helm/wheel pedestal covers
- Dock lines (extra long)
- Boat hook
- Bosun's chair
- LifeSling 2
- EPIRB: ACR GlobalFixPro 406 (battery expires in 9/2022)
- Radar reflector
- Assorted spare parts
- THE ABLATIVE BOTTOM PAINT THAT WAS APPLIED IN 2021 HAS WARN AWAY AND THE BOTTOM IS READY FOR NEW PAINT.
Propulsion and Steering
- Yanmar 3YM30 three (3) cylinder diesel engine with panel and tachometer
- Engine Hours: 1,250 per log. The tachometer was replaced with a magnetic tach in January of 2023. There were 323.7 hours on the engine when the current owner purchased the vessel in 2016.
- Bronze propeller, three blade
- Fuel filter and water separator
- Bilge blower
- Pedestal steering with a Lewmar folding stainless steel destroyer wheel with leather cover
- Steering Brake
- Binnacle 5 ” lighted compass
- Emergency tiller system (stored in the port cockpit locker)
- Hand laminated rudder with 316 stainless steel core and post
The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.
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