$5,500 US Negotiable
The owner bought this boat in 2004
General condition and any additional information
This boat is ready to sail, I sail it regularly still. It is wet-docked at Davis Island Yacht Club. It is a DRY boat, no leaks and no water in the bilge, ever. Everything works just fine and the boat sails fantastic. My wife and I sail it all around Tampa Bay. I used to have a trailer, but sold it when a wet slip became available at our Club, for obvious reasons (much easier on an older couple); I have removed the battery because I think it has a weak cell, but the lights work fine last I checked; we keep her in great shape as much as we have time for, but our grandkids live a whole nation away (California) and we want to spend more time with them so we are selling the boat. So, bottom line... this Catalina 22 is READY TO SAIL right now!!! Come and get her if you have a trailer, or come and sail her away.
Wing keel; full set of vinyl cushions in the interior and for the cockpit; white fuel cook stove; sink; table; manual toilet; original step cooler; bimini is great and still as blue as can be; water container forward for toilet flush; whale; gas tank and pressure pump hose; original mast and step in great shape; original shrouds with shroud covers; boom vang; traveler with new line; new mainsail sheet; tiller; anchor with rode in great shape; adjustable backstay; spinnaker pole with spinnaker car on mast and mast step ring;
Extra gear included
Bimini with cover; Uniden hand-held radio with charger; older storm jib and main (Rolly Tasker); old light spinnaker and medium spinnaker; older Catalina mainsail and jib; new mainsheet in original bag; new jib halyard in original bag; North Sail bag and ties; spare tiller; used handrails; crib board rails; two snubbers for dock lines; cup holders; first aid kit; flares; fire extinguisher; spare spark plugs and tools; AND, something no one else has... a complete set of hoist straps and gear for hoisting a Catalina 22 from the keel bolts!
Improvements to the hull, deck, rigging, engine, or interior
New forward hatch lens (Bomar 3/8 smoked acrylic) and seal; new lifelines; Tohatsu Sailpro 6hp 4-stroke long-shaft motor, with trickle-charger is only 4 yrs old with engine oil and gear oil changed regularly - starts on one pull; bottom job in Trinidad paint just 3 yrs ago and bottom is cleaned professionally every two weeks (have receipts); replaced the old rudder with a Ida-rudder and it performs flawlessly (lifts easily and steers great and takes a lot of load); auto-tiller will be included but I removed it because it bothered me; mainsail and jib (155 AND 110) are North Sail, custom made, but about 6 yrs old, in good, but not great shape; newly painted (2016) non-skid paint on all appropriate surfaces;