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#9484: 2008 35' Catalina 350MK II Sailboat (Hurricane Sandy)
Inventory ID: 9484 Location: Brick, NJ
Year:  2008 Length:  35'
Make:  Catalina Model:  350MK II
Height: N/A Beam: 13.0
Draft: 4.6 Displacement: 13635
Hull Material: Fiberglass HIN: CTYU0485B808
Engines: Single Universal 35HP 4 cyl. Diesel inboard engine. Oil is clean, engine spins free. Engine was not tested.
Transmission: Straight drive, oil is clean, not tested.
Generator/Battery: There is no generator. Battery: 2- 8D, good condition.
Electronics: Electronics, not tested: Ray Marine ST 60 Tridata, Ray Marine digital wind meter, Ray Marine ST 6002 Autopilot, Ray Marine C80 GPS/Radar, Ritchie 4’’ compass, ICOM VHF, Jensen AM/FM.
Ground Tackle: Maxwell 1000 12 volt windlass, not tested.
Rigging: Mast, boom and rigging appear in good condition. Seldon mast and boom with in-the-mast-furling, Shaefer roller furling system for head sail. 2 Harkin #32 two speed winches on cabin top, 2 Harkin #44 two speed sheet winches. Two sails included but were not inspected. The sails were stored off the boat during the storm and they are included. The mast and boom were stored on top of the boat at time of inspection.
Head: Single head: sink, shower, Raritan 12 volt (not tested) with holding tank.
Galley: Galley: Double stainless sink, Seaward LP 2-burner stove/oven, Adler Barbour refrigeration system. No appliances tested. Salon with galley, and head and two stateroom
Trailer: Trailer not included.
Shipping: This item is for Pick-up Only
Shipping Information: Item sold "where is". Assistance with shipping is generally available; however, buyer is responsible for costs of preparing item for shipment and charges for loading vessel onto trailer or transport.
Description: This 2008 35' Catalina 350MK II Sailboat was damaged during the storm surge from Hurricane Sandy. The boat was not submerged and there is no water damage to the interior. There are no holes in the hull. Gelcoat has scratches and abrasions around the hull. Heavy abrasion damage to fiberglass on the transom/hull corner on starboard side. Light impact damage to fiberglass below waterline on starboard side just forward of midship. Impact damage to the hull/deck joint midship on port side approximately 12’ long. Scratches on the hull sides 360 degrees. Deep gouges to fiberglass below waterline around boat. The lead on the wing keel has impact damage. The rudder has abrasion damage to leading edge. The stainless steel boarding ladder is bent and torn loose from swim platform. The stanchions on the port side are bent and torn loose from deck. The stern rail on port side is bent. The stainless steel grab rail on port side of the cabin is bent and torn loose. Fiberglass damage to toe rail midship on port side. Scratches to cabin sides on port side. Both stainless steel bow rails are bent. Not all equipment could be tested as no power to vessel at time of inspection.

ACCOMMODATIONS:

  • The 350 MK II Catalina is a mid size cruiser with wide beam and large cockpit. The steering pedestal contains the engine controls and the electronics pod. Entering the salon from the cockpit are wide steps. Below on starboard side is u-shaped galley in the aft section of the salon. The salon is full width with chart table on port side aft. There are two staterooms and one head.
  • INTERIOR:

  • Two staterooms: The V-berth is forward with island style full bed. The aft cabin is separate and has a full size berth.
  • Air Conditioning & heat, not tested
  • Chart table
  • All interior components are in good condition with no damage.
  • Galley: Double stainless sink, Seaward LP 2-burner stove/oven, Adler Barbour refrigeration system. No appliances tested.
  • Upholstery is good, no water damage
  • Wood work is in good condition.
  • Single head: sink, shower, Raritan 12 volt (not tested) with holding tank. The head is on port side and can be entered from salon or V-berth. The head has a separate shower stall.
  • EXTERIOR:

  • Bimini with windshield
  • Walk-through transom with telescoping stainless steel swim ladder
  • Hot/cold cockpit shower
  • Huge cockpit locker
  • Cockpit table
  • Drink holder at helm
  • Double anchor roller
  • Divided anchor locker
  • The steering, throttle, and shift cables are operable.
  • The prop is bent.
  • Battery: 2- 8D, good condition.
  • Electronics, not tested: Ray Marine ST 60 Tridata, Ray Marine digital wind meter, Ray Marine ST 6002 Autopilot, Ray Marine C80 GPS/Radar, Ritchie 4’’ compass, ICOM VHF, Jensen AM/FM.
  • Rubrail: Abrasion damage in several places around hull.
  • Maxwell 1000 12 volt windlass, not tested.
  • RIG/SAIL: Mast, boom and rigging appear in good condition. Seldon mast and boom with in-the-mast-furling, Shaefer roller furling system for head sail. 2 Harkin #32 two speed winches on cabin top, 2 Harkin #44 two speed sheet winches. Two sails included but were not inspected. The sails were stored off the boat during the storm and they are included. The mast and boom were stored on top of the boat at time of inspection.
  • ENGINE:

  • Single Universal 35HP 4 cyl. Diesel inboard engine. Oil is clean, engine spins free. Engine was not tested.
  • TRANSMISSION:

  • Straight drive, oil is clean, not tested.
  • GENERATOR: None

    TRAILER: None

    Florida 6% state sales tax will apply for Florida residents.

    Storage charges will accrue after the 10 day grace period. Loading fees will apply if no trailer included. Buyer is responsible for loading fees.

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