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|Categoria||Catamarani (a vela)|
The Catalac 9M was Tom Lack’s first venture into catamaran design.
This design was envisioned as the successor to Bill O’Briens venerable Bobcat Catamaran. They would be safe cruisers, aimed squarely at the family marketplace. Thought of as motor sailors because of the boxy design, these boats actually sail very well, don’t heel while sailing and with the 6′ 3 inches of headroom in the hulls, no one feels boxed in or forced to go ‘camping’.
The Catalac 9M was constructed with solid fiberglass, chined hulls with lots of rocker and deep “V” sections forward which flattened out at the stern. The combination of “V” hulls and rocker, eliminated the need of keels while providing what was thought to be enough grip for windward performance.
This particular Catalac 9M is in great condition and is well maintained, she benefits from a new Port engine in 2022 and rigging changed in 2019.
she is on her Berth (also available) in Weymouth marina and she is ready for viewing.
Twin Yanmar 1GM10
Brand new Starboard engine fitted 2022
Portside engine estimated 1000 hours.
Shaft Driven (shaft seals replaced 2022}
Standing Rigging replaced 2019
Furlex 204s furler new 2019
2 x Lewmar 30 winches
1 x Gibb 7STA self tailing winch on Mast
2x fire extinguishers in Saloon
1x fire extinguisher in Galley
Fire blanket in Galley
Safe2Sure life raft
Gas hoses, regulator and fixed piping were renewed 2019
Anchor and Lafrans Windlass
Lowrance HDS - 8M (igps) Plotter
Huson 65 VHF radio
Stowe Navigator 2
Stowe Wind direction
Inflatable dinghy, with floor battens
Eberspacher Heating (requires recommissioning)
Sterling smart charger for shore connection
4 x 450Wh batteries wired for engine start and/or hotel load.
Very Large Cockpit
Aft seating (with cushions) and under seating storage along with under seat access to mechanics.
Helm station forward and to Port
access to Saloon through lockable door.
Large "U" shaped seating area with (convertible to double berth) table.
Overhead and wall mounted lights
Catalac Switch control panel
12V lighter/charger socket for use with Lowrence GPS
access steps to port and starboard.
Starboard companionway (leading to Starboard double cabin)
Navigation desk with VHF radio and 12v socket
Double seat with cushion
Various cupboards and storage to both port and starboard
Access door to Heads
Access door to Forward Double Master cabin
Forward Double Master cabin with standing room and various cupboards and storage
Manual Marine toilet
Large Wash hand basin
Shower with grey water pump and shower Head adapter
Wire shampoo Holder
Galley to Port with SS sink and draining board and work surface
Plastimo Neptune 2500 gas oven and hob
and various cupboards drawers and storage areas
to starboard of galley various storage cupboards
Forward of the galley is a Guest cabin with a single berth
Guest cabin has a single berth with standing room
Guest cabin also has various cupboards and storage areas
to the stern of the galley is the Third cabin with a single berth and various cupboards and storage areas
Built by Tom Lack of Christchurch in 1987
Hull and Superstructure GRP
For a full, detailed specification with additional photographs and direct contact details for the listing office visit our website
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.
Unless otherwise stated on the specification sheet the following presumptions are made
Sail drive and shaft seals are more than 5 years of age
Fuel and gas hoses and regulators are over 5 years old
Standing rigging and sails are more than 10 years old
NOTE - Please ring our offices prior to visiting, as the boat may be unavailable for viewing or located at a different marina.
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