listing date October 18, 2012
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(for sale as of )
Price Reduced: €48,000
Boat Location: Kaz Turkey
The S/V Naughty Cat is a Dutch flagged 1984 Catalac 10M based in Turkey.
S/V Naughty Cat is a 1984 34 ft. Catalac catamaran built
by Tom Lack at the Quay, Christchurch, Dorset, England. Catalac's
are noted as tough strong boats designed to ride out the roughest
waters of the North Sea with both safety and comfort. 34 Catalac's
are one of the best couple or small family live-aboard cruisers
ever designed. They were not designed to accommodate 4 couples in
equal but cramped quarters for a week of partying as charter boats
do. While in a pinch they can sleep 8, they really are good at providing
a couple or a couple with 2 children a safe and comfortable home
on the water for extended periods and do so with low maintenance
and operating costs.
The Catalac 10M was designed with cruising in mind as it features two large forward cabins, one head and a small rear cabin that almost all boat owners have converted into a galley extension. The Catalac 10M is a solidly built boat powered by twin Yanmar diesel sail drives. These boats have a very popular layout, and sailing this boat long distances single handed, won't be an ordeal. The Catalac 10M lets you control the boat from what basically feels like your living room. The hydraulic steering system makes steering effortless. The accommodations aboard a Catalac 10M rival a 45' monohull, and in many ways surpass it.
The salon is nearly twice the size of a Gemini with 6 foot 2 inch headroom in most of it. A person who is 5 foot 10 inches tall can walk up and down the stairs from the salon standing straight up without bumping his head or hat. The salon side windows open about half way. 2 overhead hatches provide additional heat escape.
The salon provides a 360 degree view of your surroundings and includes a table with two pop up leaves that seats 6-8 people.
Naughty Cat has sail #5 and sailed from Christchurch, England via
the Gulf of Biscay to Spain. After a year of sailing the Spanish
coast and the Balearic Islands, she sailed on to, Yugoslavia.
After more then 10 years in the Adriatic she sailed on, via Greece,
to Turkey, where she is moored in the beautiful marina of Kas.
At this price, she is simply an uncomparable deal.
|Design Intent||Circumnavigation (some have
circumnavigated) The Catalac 10M
is considered by many to be one of the best live aboards ever built.
|Length Overall:||33'8" ft (10.3 meters)|
|Headroom||6'5" (hulls) 6' 1" bridge deck|
|Weight:||11,000 lbs dry|
|Mast height:||above water: 45'3"|
|Sail Area:||Main; 283 sq ft, with two rows of slab reefing; Jib; 235 sq ft. (auto Furling) Genoa 333 sq ft. (auto Furling)|
|Aux Power Options:||2 x Yanmar diesel, 2 cylinder 18 HP both with with Gori saildrives|
|Fresh Water Tankage||150 gallons|
|Fuel Tankage||2 x 35 gallons|
|Accommodations:||Galley located in starboard hull|
|1-double cabin forward starboard hull|
|1-double cabin forward port hull|
|1-head located in rear port hull an additional guest head in starboard hull|
- -Engines: 2x 18 HP Yanmar with Gori saildrives
- -Rubber dinghy
- -Yamaha 5 HP outboard
- -Mastervolt battery charger/converter
- -Shore power
- -Furuno NavTex
- -Electric head and black water holding tank
- -Cockpit cushions
- -Courtesy flags
- -Signal flags
- -Depth sounder
- -Speed log
- -Windspeed/direction finder
- -Autopilot Raytheon + remote capability
- -Electric windlass on bow (new) and stern
- -Bruce anchor and chain
- -Fortress anchor and rope
- -Danfort anchor and rope
- -iAIS Digital navigation
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