DROMQUINNA's owners of 16 years have principally day-sailed her in the waters around Marblehead and winter-stored her in the off-season under a custom Fairclough winter cover in a local yard. She has been sailed off her mooring and consequently has low (379) engine hours. The same engine mechanic has serviced her all the way through.
The owners have only slept on her 3 times even though there are real mattresses on her berths. The stove and oven have never been used. The Catalina 380 was CRUISING WORLDS BOAT OF THE YEAR in 1997 and the pedigree's popularity is understandable. There is a large, private owner's cabin aft with a queen-sized double berth..
If you are looking for a lightly used, Catalina 380 with low engine hours priced aggressively below the market, you will want to see DROMQUINNA.
Länge über alles: 38 ft 5 in
Breite: 12 ft 4 in
L.W.L.: 32 ft 5 in
Tiefgang max.: 7 ft 2 in
Verdrängung: 19000 lbs
Ballast: 6776 lbs
Trokengewicht: 19000 lbs
Gesamtleistung: 40 HP
Motor Typ: Innenbordmotor
Motorleistung: 40 HP
Anzahl an Einzelbetten: 6
Sails & Rigging
Aluminum mast and Boom, Double Spreaders, 2 sets of reefs
Wire rope standing rigging
Shrouds are well- inboard for better sheeting angles
(2) Lewmar 54 ST primary winches
(2) Lewmar 40 ST halyard winches
Doyle Full- battened mainsail with Dutchman flaking system
Doyle Genoa, 135%
Doyle Cruising spinnaker
NEW, 2011, Doyle sail cover
IJPE : 725.92 sq ft I : 50.92 ft J : 14.67 ft P : 44.83 ft E : 15.67 ft Working Sail Area : 725.00 sq ft
DROMQUINNA has very clean well-proportioned interior and appears new below decks.
All the way forward is a private V-berthed forward cabin with a large overhead hatch and 2 opening port lights for light and ventilation. There is a filler for the V-berth, storage beneath the berth, drawers under the aft berth legs and a hanging locker with a louvered door. There is a sink with hot and cold fresh water opposite the hanging locker.
Aft of this cabin is the main saloon with a U-shaped settee to Port and table. Across to Starboard is a fore & aft arranged, settee (sea-berth). Immediately aft of this settee is an outboard looking Nav station, chart table and navigator's seat.
There is an L-shaped galley aft to Port and a head compartment with stall shower is opposite to Starboard. There is a Jabsco marine head with holding tank & macerator A sink with hot & cold pressure water also is in this roomy head compartment.The middle of the boat breathes easily with 5 opening port lights and 5 hatches.
Two personnel doors lead aft 2 the very private owner's stateroom where there is an island queen berth with a real mattress.Two hatches provide natural light and ventilation.There is a hanging locker and seats at the foot of the berth Port & Starboard.
There is a rubberized no-slip sole at the bottom of the companionway and teak and holly laminate cabin soles elsewhere.
L-shaped immediately aft of main saloon, open, light and airy
Double polished, stainless steel, sink with Hot & Cold pressure water
35# Bruce anchor with 15' of chain and 150' of nylon rode
Sugar scoop transom with swim platform and boarding ladder
Cockpit seat cushions
Docklines & fenders
Leaved cockpit table with bottle storage and footrests
Florida shower in transom above swim platform
(6) cleats fore, aft and midships for springs and docklines at the bow and stern
Soft radii on all corners in deck tooling
120V Breakered distribution panel, Shore power outlet with shore power cord
12V breakered distribution panel
(2) 12V deep cycle batteries
Fuel 34 Galls.
Water 96 galls.
The Company offers the details of this 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.