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2004 Catalina 34 MKII

2004 Catalina 34 MKII Sloop for sale
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Introduction

About the 2004 Catalina 34 MKII

This is a fully featured and upgraded Catalina 34 MKII that has all the equipment cruising couples and families are looking for. In-mast furling, walk-through transom, two cabins, diesel furnace for heat/hot water, and Raymarine Axiom chartplotter and autopilot. Designed for both comfort and performance, this vessel offers an ideal platform for weekend cruises or extended voyages. With its spacious interior and reliable sailing capabilities, this Catalina MKII is ready to be provisioned and head off on its next adventure. If you are in the market for a 34-foot cruising sailboat this one should be on your list to see.

Features

Interior

The Catalina 34 MKII is known for its two large cabins, one in the bow and the other in the stern for optimal privacy. With a great galley layout and a large dinette for hosting, it’s a lot of boat packed into 34 feet. The large head is also located in ‘neutral’ territory, allowing for maximum privacy in 34 ft boat.

  • Cabin(s): 2 enclosed cabins with large berths in each

  •  Head(s): Marine head aft with vanity and shower

  •  Sleeps: 6

  •  Headroom 6’2:

  •  Large V berth forward with overhead opening hatch

  •  Salon has C settee to starboard with port side settee

  •  The galley is to starboard aft with double sinks, outboard cupboards, and overhead dish shelves.

  • The 2 burner stove and oven are propane

  •  The largest stateroom is aft of the galley

  •  The Port side has a nav table ahead of the enclosed head

  •  Centerline teak steps over the engine area

  •  Teak bulkhead with ash ceilings finished with teak and holly flooring

Instruments

  •   Raymarine Axiom Pro 12” Touch Screen Chart Plotter (2020)

  •  Raymarine Autopilot - 2020

  • Raymarine ST60 Wind speed and direction in pod

  •  Raymarine ST60 Knotmeter and log-in pod

  •  Raymarine ST60 Depth sounder in pod

  •  VHF: Horizon Ram Mike at the helm

  •  Standard Horizon HX150  VHF at nav station

  •  Pioneer MVH X3808T Bluetooth,USB

  •  Cockpit and salon speakers

Sails and Canvas

  •  UV cover on Genoa

  •  Catalina Furling Main

  •  Catalina Furling Genoa cleaned and restitched 2018

  •  Cruising spinnaker

  •  Stainless steel framed dodger with side handholds

  •  Bimini with a window in the top

  •  Bimini dodger connector panel

  •  The connector has large windows and covers

  •  Sunbrella covers for helm and winches

Rigging and Deck Gear

  •  Aluminum single spreader masthead rig

  •  Aluminum boom

  •  Schaeffer 2100 headsail furling gear

  •  Garhauer ball bearing traveler system

  •  Bamar RLG08 Top down spinnaker furler

  •  Solid boom vang with block and tackle

  •  All lines led aft

  •  Hardware and lines for spinnaker

  •  Whisker pole

  • Maxwell 800 electric windlass with up and down foot pedals

  • Windlass gearbox was rebuilt 2016

  • The electric down switch was new in 2016

  •  Line bags in the cockpit

  •  2 Lewmar 2-speed 48ST chrome genoa winches

  •  2 Lewmar 2-speed 30ST chrome halyard winches

  •  3 opening hatches

  •  7 opening ports

Electrical & Plumbing

  •  Batteries: 2 4D for house (bought 2020)

  •  Starter battery  (bought in 2020)

  •  Battery Charger: Pro Mariner Protech-4 30 amp :

  •  110V and 12V electrical panel

  •  Electric bilge pump

  •  Electric sump pump

  •  Jabsco Marine head with holding tank and macerator pump with Y valve

  •  Hot and cold shower in the head and on the aft deck

  •  Shruflow water pump

  •  Jabsco Par Max3 shower/ice box pump

Mechanical

Universals are a classic, no-nonsense, staight forward, diesel engine that simply keeps working. Clean fuel and clean oil are what it needs to be a dependable motor for cruising the coast.

  • 2004 Universal M35B 30 HP

  • 1500 Hours

  •  A new heat exchanger in 2019

  •  Panel with voltage, fuel, RPM,  Temperature

  •  3-blade bronze propeller

  •  Spare Sea strainer

 

Additional Equipment

  •  Primary Anchor:  15 Rocna

  •  Rode: 200’ matched link chain

  •  Windlass: Maxwell  electric windlass

  •  Espar Hot water heating system with zone control

  •  2 burner Hillerange propane stove and oven

  •  Deep double sinks in galley

  •  Aluminum propane tank

  •  Built in propane locker with regulator and solenoid

  •  Alder Barber refrigeration

  •  Cockpit Table

  •  Folding Lewmar wheel

  •  Cockpit Cushions

  •  Dickensen BBQ propane

  •  Stern rail seats

  •  Large boarding ladder with plastic treads 

  •  Life sling

  •  Bug screens for hatches and ports

  •  Night screen for V berth hatch

  •  Blinds in salon

  •  Avon Rover 2.60 Air Floor Dinghy overhaul by Kits Inflatables 2017. Inspected by Stones Marina 2023 and found in good condition

  •  F2.5 short Yamaha   2014

  •  Manuals for equipment on board

Specifications

Year
2004
Make
Catalina
Model
34 MKII
Price
$ 129,000 CAD
Location
Maple Bay, BC
Type
Sail
Class
Sloop
Fuel Type
Diesel
Hull Material
Fibreglass

Dimensions & Other Specs

Dimensions

Overall Length
34ft 6in
Length at Waterline
29ft 10in
Max. Draft
5ft 7in
Beam
11ft 9in
Cabin Headroom
6ft 2in

Weights

Ballast
5008 lbs
Displacement
11950 lbs

Miscellaneous

Windlass
Electric
Electrical Circuit
12V
Seating Capacity
6dd>

Tanks

Fresh Water Tank
70 gal
Fuel Tank
23 gal
Holding Tank
18 gal

Accommodations

Single Berths
2
Double Berths
2
Cabins
2
Heads
1

Propulsion

  • Engine 1 of 1

    Engine Make
    Universal
    Engine Model
    M35B
    Engine Year
    2004
    Total Power
    30 hp
    Engine Hours
    1500 hrs
    Engine Type
    Inboard
    Drive Type
    Direct Drive
    Fuel Type
    Diesel
    Propeller Type
    3-Blade
    Propeller Material
    Bronze
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Disclaimer: Kelly Yacht Sales offers the details of this 2004 Catalina 34 MKII 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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