Boat is in Santa Fe, NM, has been since 1992, so there’s never a rust problem.
Draft, keel up, 20”; keel down, 5’0’’
Ballast 550 lb.
Displacement approx 2250 lb
Sail area 212 sq. ft.
Mast height 25’
Mainsail, Jib, Genoa, Storm jib, all workable, Genoa virtually new
The mainsheet block is due for replacement. Couldn’t decide on one.
Mainsail cover overdue for replacement.
No roller furling.
Trailer is heavy duty, reconditioned in 2007 and sandblasted. It’s in good condition except for one bunk board which needs to be secured and both bunk boards should have new carpet covering. This naturally has to be done when the boat is off the trailer, when we were sailing, not working.
Extension tongue for shallow launch.
Trailer lights need to be checked.
Tires good, with spare.
The Honda motor was new in 1993 and was serviced yearly up to three years ago. Since then it has not been run and will need servicing. For lake sailing near mountains it was an absolute necessity, and it performed beautifully. It, the double-reefed main and the storm jib made the squalls much less hazardous.
Honda Model BF8AMCA; Engine No. 1240981
Honda outboard Manual
Bimini, well used and needing some work, usable though, and essential
Cockpit cushions–original vinyl
Handsome custom upholstery in cabin
Battery and solar collector
The Catalina was bought second-hand in San Diego in 1992. It had been sailing off the West coast until then.
2 Guardian Danforth anchors, 4 lb. Chain and nylon anchor rode for one
Small butane stove, some Teflon pots and pans (lightweight, mostly unused)
1977 Catalina 22 Owners Manual
The boat has been in the weather for several years and the gelcoat is rough, however there are no cracks in the hull. In the cockpit sole there is an area with cracking.
Several years ago the stem was repaired and the bow eye seat strongly reinforced with fiberglass. The stem looks as good as new now, and is stronger.