2004 Catalina 34 MKII Tiburon, California

$103,000
SKU: YW# 1448-3471343
Vessel type: Sailboats
Engine
Universal 35hp
Beam
11'9"
Staterooms
2
Heads
1

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Essentials

  • Year: 2004

Amenities

  • AIS
  • Anchor Washdown
  • anchor-windlass
  • Autopilot
  • BBQ
  • Bimony Top
  • Cockpit Shower
  • Convertible Dinette
  • Dodger
  • Electric Windlass
  • Gas Stove
  • GPS
  • Radar
  • Rod Holders
  • Swim Platform
  • Tender

Recent Upgrades

“Moana”

YW# 1448-3471343

 

The undisputed top badge on the water, Catalina Yachts are known for their wide range of cruising sailboats. One would have difficulty finding a better equipped 34′ MKII.

Moana has sailed up and down the coast of California under her kevlar/laminate battened main (2012), roller furling headsail (2012) and Asy spinnaker with sock. The trip is made comfortable thanks to the extensive amount of thoughtful upgrades her knowledgeable owner has made to an already well-equipped 34 MKII. Whether you are blue water cruising or day boating, Moana has all you need to set sail today!

 

  • – Standing rigging with South Beach Riggers (2017)
    – Upgraded kevlar/laminate main & jib (2012)
    – Bottom Paint – Micron 66 & Propspeed (Winter 2017)
    – 3-blade Max feathering prop serviced KKMI (Winter 2017)
    – Tides Marine mainsail track system (2018)
    – Rebuilt Schaefer Roller Furler
    – Custom mainsheet cleat system 
    – Raymarine C127 Plotter, Fishfinder, Raymarine autopilot remote & radar reflector
    – VHF with AIS & EPIRB & DSC
    – 120W Monoflex solar panel with MeTer display (2018)
    – Xantrex Link Battery Monitor (2016)
    – Upgraded LED interior and running lights
    – Custom Battery parallel – (2) 4D batteries replaced (2011)
    – (1) Starting battery Isolated (2016)
    – Tank Tender (2016)
    – Starbucks Canvas cockpit shade with splash curtains (2016)
    – Edson cockpit table (2016)
    – SUP/Kayak racks 

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Boat Name
MOANA

Specs
Designer: Catalina Yachts Design
Keel: Fin
Hull Shape: Monohull

Dimensions
LOA: 34 ft 6 in
Beam: 11 ft 9 in
LWL: 29 ft 10 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 7 in
Displacement: 11950 lbs
Ballast: 5000 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 3 in
Dry Weight: 11950 lbs

Engines
Engine Brand: Universal 35
Year Built: 2004
Engine Model: M-35BC
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Location: Center
Engine Hours: 707
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 35 HP

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: (72 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (25 Gallons)

Accommodations
Number of single berths: 6
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1

Electronics
Log-speedometer
Cockpit speakers
Plotter
Radar
Autopilot w/remote
VHF
AIS
Compass
Navigation center
Wind speed and direction
Radio
CD player
GPS
Depthsounder
Fishfinder
EPIRB

Sails
Fully battened mainsail
Furling genoa
Asymmetric spinnaker

Rigging
Steering wheel
Spinnaker pole

Inside Equipment
Battery charger
Marine head
Oven
Electric bilge pump
Hot water
Microwave oven
Refrigerator

Electrical Equipment
Shore power inlet
Electrical Circuit: 110V/12VC

Outside Equipment/Extras
Tender
Cockpit shower
Outboard engine brackets
Swimming ladder
Liferaft
Cockpit cushions
Solar panel – 120W MonoFlex w/MeTer Monitor
Cockpit table
Electric windlass

Covers
Bimini Top
Mainsail cover
Spray hood
Lazyjacks

Sail Area
IJPE : 528.00 sq ft
I : 44.00 ft
J : 13.50 ft
P : 38.50 ft
E : 12.00 ft
Working Sail Area : 528.00 sq ft
Manufacturer Provided Description
Since the introduction of the Mark I model in 1986, the Catalina 34 has built a well deserved reputation for possessing a classic blend of performance, comfort, and value. The devoted following of Catalina 34 owners now stretches worldwide. With this respected heritage in mind, Catalina has set out to design a fitting successor to this popular thirty-four foot sailboat. The result of this two year redesign is the Catalina 34 MkII. Every aspect of the Catalina 34 was re-evaluated to decrease maintenance, and increase reliability and comfort – both underway and at anchor. The experience of over 1,300 Catalina 34 owners proved the practicality of the masthead rig with fore and aft lowers, forestay, and backstay. The inboard shroud base leaves more room for secure footing on the non-skid deck and provides for narrow sheeting angles and the ability to carry large genoas. A new rigid boom vang and double ended mainsheet system make sail handling easier and more secure. The cockpit begins with two of Catalina’s well known “sleeping length” seats. The handsome transom not only increases cockpit volume, but presents wide tapered coamings for additional seating options for captain and crew. The sleek new stem includes an unobstructed boarding platform, hot and cold fresh water shower, and extra wide boarding ladder that folds to become part of the stem rail. The ever popular stern observation seats are cleverly integrated into the rail. The skipper will find the traditional pedestal steering station with a new 40 inch stainless wheel. A new larger rudder delivers a level of precision and tracking through all points of sail, and visibility is increased with the new ultra-low profile ball bearing mainsheet traveler. An available fiberglass cockpit table has two folding leaves, beverage cooler, and crew foot rest. Low maintenance, high strength stainless steel rails have replaced all teak rails on deck. The over-size anchor locker comes with a standard electric windlass and new heavier anchor roller. Large two speed primary and secondary winches allow crew members to adjust sail trim single-handed. At the end of the day, the skipper will appreciate the standard “Lazy Mate” sail flaking system. The warm glow of satin varnished teak and ash first greets guests below deck. The newly sculpted settee and dinette cushions are highlighted by the striking new teak dining table, and two new fixed ports in the hull add a bright, open feeling to the expansive salon. The roomy new galley boasts a custom molded, one piece counter top; dry food locker; and overhead cup storage. The increased counter space conceals the built in trash chute under the cutting block top. Under the deep stainless double sink are even larger cupboards and drawers. An available built-in microwave beautifully complements the two burner gimbaled stainless range with oven. Three cedar lined hanging lockers and three huge double berths allow plenty of room for crew and overnight guests. The new wider aft cabin has an even larger berth, upholstered seat, and new bureau. A fixed port in the hull, as well as a large overhead ventilation – escape hatch, provide plenty of light and air flow. The roomy head is still aft, where it is closest to the cockpit. This uncommonly large compartment provides plenty of storage space, as well as a hot water shower and seat. A new one-piece counter top and minimum of horizontal surfaces allow more time sailing and less cleaning. Common to all Catalinas, the plumbing, electrical, and mechanical systems are well planned, consisting of quality components that are arranged for easy owner maintenance.
Disclaimer
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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Nick’s infectious energy and can-do execution brings a lot of life to the dock. He joins the City Yachts crew during the 34th America’s Cup after spending nearly a decade in the mortgage industry. Nick is no stranger to the dock at Gas House Cove Marina. Nick is married to one of the Kaplan daughters, Erica of KKMI fame. He has lovingly lended a hand on the dock for over a decade. Their 3-year old son Will has been sited throwing dock lines around while new edition Charlie is sure to follow. Honing his creative skills as an undergrad at Washington State University’s School of Advertising, Nick thrives on the opportunity to network with professionals outside of his standard brokerage clientele. Working closely with some of the industry’s finest yachts, Nick has fused the ‘here and now’ of  boating. As a Member of the San Francisco Yacht Club – Nick…





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