Designed by Frank Butter, the Catalina 350 is an 11-meter cruiser. Built by the American Catalina shipyard, producer of over 70 thousand boats in some 30 years, this sloop inherits the construction philosophy of the Catalina 34 and 36, faithfully interpreting the American concept of the sailing yacht. The hull has classic lines and a good distribution of hull volumes. The latter has a stellation that ensures smooth passage over the wave even in heavy seas. The two available keels allow for a choice of two different drafts, 1.98 and 1.37 m, so that you can indulge your needs. Comfort, great interior roominess, comprehensive on-board equipment and ease of use are the highlights of a design that definitely winks more at on-board comfort than pure sailing performance.
Ideal for small-crew sailing thanks to well-reported rigging in the cockpit and the mainsail track located above the deckhouse. The cockpit is well protected from splashing with large lockers and the central wheelhouse column to which the fold-down leaf table is attached.
They are the strong point of this eleven-footer, with a layout typical of American boats: finished, well accessorized and voluminous, they make this boat surprisingly habitable. The furniture is made of solid wood, while the bulkheads are teak veneer. Arrangements include two double cabins, the one aft with a large transverse bed. The C-shaped kitchen is located to the right of the entrance facing the dinette. There is only one bathroom with double entry.
Average valuation on the used market 90,000
Overall length 11.10 m
Width 3.96 m
Sail sup. 67.91 sq. m.
Draft 1.98/1.37 m
Empty displacement 5668 kg
Water tank 335 l
Fuel tank 148 l