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1985 Catalac 34 (Catalac 10M)

  • LOA: 33'8"
  • Beam: 15'3"
  • Draft: 2'9"
  • Displacement: 5.5 tons
  • Mast Height Above Water: 45'3" (Fits under all ICW bridges)
  • Fresh Water: 110gals in two 55 gallon stainless tanks
  • Fuel: 60 gallons in two steel tanks
  • Steering: Hydraulic


    This is one of the only turnkey Catalac cruisers on the market. I bought her 18 months ago and sailed her up from the FL Keys to Maine, where she can now be seen. The boat didn't have a single problem on the trip up and could easily head back to the Caribbean. She's in perfect working shape and ready to set off on your adventure.

    This Catalac is in outstanding condition. Recently repowered, this boat was the personal boat of the original Catalac sales rep for North America. As such, everything on this boat was done correctly and no expenses were spared. Once you step aboard a Catalac, you are immediately aware of the quality and expensive materials that went into building this boat. From the oversized deck hardware to the rock solid deck, it feels nothing like stepping aboard any other catamaran. This is one solid boat, developed to sail the North Sea in comfort and security. Because the hull will outlive us all, the boat has been meticulously refit throughout its life to remain in like-new condition. There is no danger of the hull degrading, so previous owners and myself have put in a lot of work keeping the boat in perfect condition. From the new electrical wiring (done by a professional marine electrician in FL) to the highest end Isotherm refrigerator and freezer, everything on this boat is top quality. With 4 watertight bulkheads forward and aft, there are 6 separate areas of flotation to keep you afloat should you put a hole in the hull.

    All of the engine and mechanical gear is located in the engine rooms. Between the main living area and the engine rooms are 2 watertight bulkheads. This keeps the living area clean and fresh at all times.

    This Catalac is the only one in North America to have gone through a tedious process to certify her for carrying 12 passengers in charter. Though we have never chartered this boat, she is fully capable (and federally registered) to charter in US waters with up to 12 passengers. The MARAD exemption we have on her lasts for the life of the boat and is completely transferrable with the sale of the vessel. The exemption goes with the vessel, not the owner.

    Engine Rooms:

  • Engines: New 2005 Yanmar 3YM30 Diesel Engines (650 hours on each)
  • Racor Fuel/Water Separator Diesel Filter System
  • Engines Serviced According to Yanmar Specifications
  • AGM Starting Batteries


  • 6 Trojan Batteries for a total of 660 Amp Hours (New 2007)
  • Link 10 Battery Monitor (New 2007)
  • 250 Watts BP Solar Panels (New 2005)
  • Air-x Wind Generator (New 2005)
  • Xantrex Solar Charge Controller (New 2005)
  • Xantrex Freedom 15 Inverter Charge with Echo Charger (New 2005)
  • All Positive Wiring Fused with Proper Shielding at Terminals
  • Batteries in Proper Battery Boxes
  • Shore Power, Breakers
  • All Wiring Tinned Stranded Copper of Proper Gauge
  • Coleman 1850 Gas Powered Generator


  • Isotherm ASU-5801 Freezer and Spill Over Refrigerator
  • New Galley Faucet
  • 3 Burner Stovetop (Propane)
  • Propane Oven with Broiler (Broiler not working)
  • Filtered Water Tap
  • 14 feet of Counter Space
  • So many places to store provisions, we don't even use them all
  • Microwave (runs off inverter)
  • Aluminum Propane Tanks


  • Telestar Hydraulic Steering
  • New Yanmar Control Panel (2005)
  • Soft, Comfortable Helm Seat
  • Window Opens to Inside of Boat to access "dashboard" with instruments from helm


  • All New Running Rigging (2007)
  • Main, Genoa and Asymmetrical Spinnaker/Cruising Chute
  • Jackline Tracks on port and starboard walkways to bows
  • 45lbs Delta Anchor
  • 30lbs Fortress Anchor
  • 150' 3/8" BBB Chain
  • 150' 1/2" 3 strand anchor rode
  • New Royal Windlass (2007)
  • Whisker Pole for Poling out Genoa (Not needed on a cat for spinnaker)
  • Aluminum arch and bimini keeps helm perfectly dry and shaded in all weather
  • New Stainless Chainplates (see pictures) Head:
  • Jabsco Electric Toilet (on Baby Blake bowl)
  • 20 gallon holding tank
  • Macerator Pump
  • Shower


  • 19,000 BTU, Reverse Cycle, King Air Air Conditioner
  • 29,000 BTU Little Cod Wood Stove (can be easily removed and put back to stock configuration)
  • 4 "Guest" fans
  • Master stateroom (with sink) sleeps 2 in double bed
  • Additional stateroom sleeps 2 in single beds
  • Main salon converts to full queen size berth
  • Dining table sits 6 with ease
  • Cockpit sits 8
  • Extremely bright and spacious


  • Compass
  • Brooks and Gatehouse Wind, Speed
  • Depth Sounder
  • Standard Horizon VHF


  • Brand new zincs and bottom paint (hauled 2 weeks ago)
  • USCG Safety Equipment Current
  • Licensed to carry up to 12 passengers for charter (though she's never been chartered)
  • Manuals for all equipment

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