2008 Catalina 350 MkII

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Yacht Overview

Make: Catalina

Model: 350 MkII

Year: 2008

Length: 35′

Located In: Naples, FL

Engine/Fuel Type: diesel

Hull Material: Fiberglass

YW#: 8319541


This one owner 2008 Catalina 350 MKII is in above average condition. She was placed in service in January 2010. The hull and deck have been buffed and waxed on a regular schedule.  The owner is very sensitive to mold and ordor, so there has been extra care taken to make sure the interior is dry including the bilge.  There is no “boat” smell.  The aft mattress is stored indoors and has never been slept on.  The forward mattress presents like new.  The cream ultra leather cushions are in perfect condition. The entire cabin shows no wear. The boat is due a bottom job.  Showings require advanced notice. 

  • Parker Hannifin Watermater (Village Marine LMW 145 – 200) installed and plumbed, but not connected (never used)  145 to 200 GPH with Dedicated Breaker Installed
  • Ultrasonic Antifouling CleanAHull Quad System (2017)
  • Three Solar Panels mounted on custom heavy aluminum tubing above Bimini
  • Extra 4D Battery installed under Port Sattee
  • 9’2″ Inflatable Dingy with  9.8 TOHATSU Engine (All Canvas Covered) on Davits
  • Maintenance Records
  • Folding Lewmar Wheel
  • Fusion Bluetooth Stereo (06/2021) with 4 Bose Speakers
  • Yanmar Engine has 833 well maintained hours
  • 135%Genoa (05/2019)
  • All Hatches and Ports have been Covered to Minimize Crazing

Full Specs


LOA: 35.25
LWL: 31.25
Beam: 13 ft
Maximum Draft: 4.5 ft
Ballast: 6,212 lb
Dry Weight: 14,012 lb


Engine Brand: Yanmar
Engine Model: 3YM30
Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Type: Inboard



From Practical Sailor:
The Catalina 350 is all about space. The main cabin measures 9'6" on the centerline from the base of the companionway ladder to the port bulkhead at the head. The cabin at its widest point, measured from the backs of settees, is 10' 5". To put that in perspective, a bedroom in an average-sized apartment is 10' x 12'.
Two hatches on the cabintop and five ports on each side of the cabin and hull add light that increases even more the feeling of spaciousness.
Seating in this cavern is on a settee to port measuring 66", and another to starboard measuring 73". The latter can be bisected by a teak-veneered drop-down game table. The dining table, located to port, measures 31" x 48" and, with a bench on the centerline, will seat six. It can also be stored and replaced by a smaller cocktail table.
The U-shaped galley has room for one person, who will be well-braced in a seaway, and is adequately equipped with standard gear...a two- burner stove-oven combination, reefer-icebox combination, and double stainless sink. Counter space is at a premium, though storage in cabinets and drawers is typical of a boat this size. A cutout provides space for a microwave above the stove.
The nav station is tucked into a corner to port, requiring the navigator to sit facing aft on a cushion at the end of the settee. The size of the table, 25.5" x 29", reflects the tendency of today's skipper to rely on electronics at the helm or cockpit bulkhead, and the use of chart kits, rather than full-sized NOAA charts. Since the 350 will see use primarily as a coastal cruiser and dockside getaway. the arrangement is suitable.
An island berth is located center-stage in the stateroom. The bunk measures 59" x 77", with easy assess from both sides. The area is enclosed with white surfaces accented by three reading lights. Storage is in two lockers and drawers below the berth. The area provides a comfortable retreat, although island-type bunks don't provide security for people trying to sleep when the boat is under sail. They're meant for use at anchor or in a marina.
The head is a full-sized compartment furnished with a shower enclosed by a folding door. (the door is stored of the boat...the owner prefers a shower curtain)
A second stateroom aft has a 55" x 88" berth and hanging locker. (mattress has never been used, and stored off the boat)
The engine compartment is well- insulated; we talked at normal voice levels while motoring.

Electronics and Electrical
  • Raymarine C90W 9" Multifunction Display
  • Raymarine 125 Plus GPS Sensor - STng/NMEA083
  • Raymarine Tridata Display
  • Raymarine ST6002 Autopilot Control Head
  • Raymarine Smartpilot X-10 Corepack
  • Raymarine ST60+ Wind system w/ masthead unit
  • Icom Command Mic II Remote Control
  • Accugauge with Sensors
  • Charles 5000 Battery Charger 30A
  • Ultrasonic Antifouling CleanAHull Quad System (2017)
  • Fusion MS-RA70 Entertainment System...Bluetooth Compatible (2021)
  • 4 Bose Speakers
  • Third 4D Battery installed under Port Sattee 8/21(see Picture)
  • Three 150 Watt 12V Mounted Solarland Solar Panels
  • New Sierra Pro Series Fuel Gauge 2021

Engine and Mechanical
  • Yanmar 30 HP (833.9 Hours)
  • New Mixing Elbow at 755 hours (sea trialed @ 3200 RPM)
  • TOHATSU Model: MFS9.8BS 9.8 HP  (New 2020) $1,976.00
  • Parker Hannifin "The Little Wonder" 145/200 GPH Watermaker (never hooked up) Over $4.000
  • PSS Dripless Shaft Seal Maintenance Kit installed (July 2019)
  • New Sea Water Pump installed 10/21

Hull and Deck
  • Bottom is Due a refresh
  • Hull and Deck always on Scheduled Buff and Wax Schedule (Just Completed 5/18/22)
  • Interlux 200E Epoxy Barrier Coat applied after Glass Bead Blasting Prep (2016)
  • PETTIT Ultima SR-60 Refreshed (July 2019)
  • CleanAHull Ultrasonic Antifouling System with Control Module
  • Davits
  • Hot and Cold Cockpit Shower
  • Folding Lewmar Wheel
  • Cockpit Cushions (Like New)
  • Bruce Anchor w/Maxwell 1000 Electric Windlass
  • Dodger and Bimini with Connector Panel (no side curtains)
  • Extra Anchor Rode

  • Stainless Steel Double Sink
  • Front and Top Loading Refrigerator/Freezer
  • Stove and Oven
  • Additional Under-Sole Storage

  • Head is Accessible from Owner's Stateroom and Salon
  • Standup Shower with Glass Door
  • Toilet has no smell

Sails and Rigging
  • 135% Genoa (05/2019)
  • Original In-Mast Furling Main with Extra Clew cover
  • Original Standing Rigging
  • Custom Bowsprit for Spinnaker (No Spinnaker)
  • Running Rigging in good shape
  • All lines lead aft

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.
Additional Units Included
  • 2010 Mercury Dinghy

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