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Discussion Starter · #1 · (Edited)

Island Time is a well loved 1994 Catalina 22 Wing Keel with a new Mercury 9.9 outboard, 135% roller furling, poptop, galvanized trailer and almost $4,000 in new upgrades & equipment.

You won't find a better boat unless you spend $20,000 and buy a new one from Catalina.

Asking $8,200, but will consider reasonable offers.

This boat is ready to sail, in the long run she'll be much less $$ than buying a cheap boat that needs a lot of work and upgrades. Pretty much everything is already done.

You can see more pictures and information at For Sale 1994 Catalina 22 Wing Keel

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</TD></TR><TR><TD width="100%">Pop top
Porta-Poti w/privacy curtains
Cruising sails in good condition
Interior in excellent condition
Set up for single handing
Easily handled by one or a couple
Roomy comfortable cockpit
Cockpit cushions
Quiet Powerful 4 Stroke Outboard Motor
V-berth, Setee and table with bench seats below
Table drops down to make kid-sized berth
Ice chest

</TD></TR><TR><TD width="100%">Engine</TD></TR><TR><TD width="100%">New last season Mercury 9.9 HP longshaft outboard (approx. 10hrs use motoring in/out of slip)
New last season Moeller 6.5 gallon portable gas tank in port side fuel locker
Garelick spring assisted outboard motor mount (makes raising the outboard easier)

</TD></TR><TR><TD width="100%">Electronics & Instruments</TD></TR><TR><TD width="100%">Standard Horizon VHF
Standard Horizon Depth Gauge w/low water alarm
Richie Compass, monuted on bulkhead
Jensen AM/FM/CD player w/removable face

</TD></TR><TR><TD width="100%">Electrical</TD></TR><TR><TD width="100%">12v electrial system
25' Shore power cord (used 2 seasons)
New Guest Battery Charger, model 2608A
New Guest thru-hull shore power outlet
New West Marine SeaVolt Deep Cycle 650 Amp Battery
Anchor Light
Deck Light
Steaming Lights

</TD></TR><TR><TD width="100%">Deck</TD></TR><TR><TD width="100%">Pop Top
New pop-top cover/enclosure
Stern Rail & Bow Pulpit
Lifeline cushions
Swim Ladder
Anchor Well
Danforth anchor & rode
New Dock Lines (New England Ropes, Prespliced Braided Dock Line)
New Fenders (4) last season (Taylor Made)
New Ronstan tiller extension
Cockpit cushions
Bottom paint '07
New hull graphics

</TD></TR><TR><TD width="100%">Sails & Rigging </TD></TR><TR><TD width="100%">Mainsail
135% Furling Genoa (CDI Flexible Furler)
Catalina Mast Raising System
Topping Lift
Garhauer deck hardware
Lewmar #16 self tailing sheet winches
Lewmar #6 cabintop halyard winch
New jib sheets (New England Ropes, Sta-Set)
New mast gates (makes single handing easier)
New furler line (New England Ropes, Sta-Set)
New traveler lines (New England Ropes, Sta-Set)

</TD></TR><TR><TD width="100%">Galley</TD></TR><TR><TD width="100%">Sink and 5 gallon fresh water tank
1 burner portable butane stove (Greatland Athena, never used)
48 quart Cooler

</TD></TR><TR><TD width="100%">Additional</TD></TR><TR><TD width="100%">Single axle galvanized trailer with tongue extension & tongue jack
Folding Bimini w/cover
Canvas Package (main sail, winch, tiller and hatch/deck Sunbrella covers)
Safety gear (life jackets, flares, horn, throwable cushion)

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You should post some inside pictures that show the MKII interior and upgrades to the cockpit configuration. A major selling point, I think..

My dad might be interested if you could deliver her to central Florida.


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Discussion Starter · #3 ·
Florida and More Photos

I could get her to Central Florida for your dad, but would have to see if I can borrow a pickup and run her down on a weekend.

If you click on the link in the ad it will take you to a web page with some interior shots (For Sale 1994 Catalina 22 Wing Keel). The instructions on posting here say to only include one picture - just trying to follow directions. :D

BTW, I noticed your boat is a Catalina 30 - nice boat! ;)


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Oops, I missed the link.

Gotta love the Catalina 30s. Good reason they made so many of them...

I had C22 #14312..

You could drop the boat off and they could regale you with stories of their circumnavigation..

My dad hasn't had a boat since they sold their Downeaster 38 in the early 00's

He needs a boat.

I'll call and pester him tonight. He's been looking at boats on and off for a while..

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Discussion Starter · #5 · (Edited)
Let me know, email me direct with any other questions.

To anyone else interested the boat is still available.


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Discussion Starter · #6 ·
This boat has been sold.
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