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.
LOA 85’ – LWL 78’9” – Beam 16’ 4”
Draft 5’6”- Displacement 110 tons (estimate)
Built byCambridgeShipbuilding inCambridge, Maryland
All wood construction – originally built as U.S. Army Air-Sea Rescue boat.
Major Yacht Custom Conversion in 1950’s
Used for 12 Passenger Charters & Private Yacht on the inside waters of Southeast Alaska, SE Alaska/British Columbia Inside Passage & Puget Sound
Sleeps 14 in 12 single berths & 1 double berth
6 Private Staterooms
Flojet with Pressure Tank Hot & Cold Pressure Water System with 1,250 gallons water in 2 tanks
Reliance 606 30 gallon Hot Water Heater – 220v
Custom 110v Water Maker – 60 gallons/hour
4-Vacu-Flush Type III Toilets with 45 galon Holding Tank
1-Type 1 Toilet with 10 gallon Holding Tank
Hotpoint 4-Burner 220v Stove/Oven
Commercial Grade 110v 18cubic foot Refrigerator
3 Freezers – 25 cu ft & 14 cu ft both 110v & 36 cu ft Custom 220v Deep Freezer (-5 degrees)
Whirlpool 110v Trash Compacter
U-Line 110v Ice Maker
Oster 110v Wine Refrigerator
Splendid 110v Washer/Dryer
Cabin Heat – 8-220v electric Heaters
Phillips 32” LCD Flat Screen TV with DVD/CD/IPOD and Surround Sound System
Pilothouse Stereo – Kenwood CD-Satellite Radio
Mechanical & Electrical
Twin CAT D337 6cylinder (in line) 185hp (at 1,800 rpm) FWC naturally aspirated Diesel Engines w/Wet Exhaust – Cruises 10knots at 12 gph = an estimated 2,000 nautical mile range
Engine hours are approximately 5,300 hrs since last professional rebuild in 2004
Oil changes occur at 250 hours.
130 amp Alternator
Tonanco 729 3:1 Reduction Gears
Propellers – 2-36 x 36 four blade Bronze plus spare 4 blade & 3 blade sets
5hp Air Compressor for engine start
Hydraulics – Port Engine PTO
2,700 gallons diesel in 5 Bronze Tanks & 2 Steel Day Tanks
Fire Extinguishers – Fixed Automatic Halon 1211 in Engine Room – 4 BII ABC rated Dry Chemical – 3 BI Halon 1211 BC rated
Orion Flare Kit, 3 Life Rings, Air Horn, Ship’s Bell & Portable Searchlight
Epirb – 406 MHZ Class I registered w/NOAA battery dated 2012
Viking Raft – 16 passenger
Survival Suits – 10 adult
Life Preservers – 16 adult – 3 children – Type 1’s
6 High Water Alarms
3 Windshield Wipers & 2 Windshield Defrosters
2 Heat Sensors
5 Smoke Alarms
Danforth 75lb Anchor w/600’ ½” Chain
75lb Grapple w/100’ 3/8” Chain & 600’ 1” Nylon
Bowsprit 22.5” with roller
Eight 16” Cleats
Rails – 35” Teak Double Course
SaltWaterWashDown – Engine Driven 1.5” Pump
Full Boat Enclosure for Winter Weather Protection
After her term with the U.S. Army Corps as an Air-Sea Rescue vessel from 1942 to 1950 she was purchased by a Southern California Industrialist who converted her to an Alaskan Yacht Charter Vessel. For the past three decades Catita II has exclusively operated in S.E. Alaska and theInside Passage. She has 5 guest staterooms and 3 guest heads that will handle 11 guests comfortably. Plus 1 three person Crew Quarters.
Catita II is maintained at the highest level and has received a 5 Star Safety Rating by the United States Coast Guard. Out of the more than 3,000 vessels inspected by the Alaska Coast Guard only 19 in Southeast Alaska hold this, the highest, safety rating.
Catita II has a Charter Business in place and ready for the new owner to assume with the purchase of Catita II. All charter gear goes with purchase of vessel. The current owner will help with the transition for all licenses, permits, etc needed to operate inAlaska.
Catita II is built with good and adequate scantlings consisting of one inch double planked mahogany on 2.5” oak frames. There are 2.5” oak beams and 2.5” oak longitudinals and bronze fastners. The house is 1” teak and the main deck is 1” fir. There is 1” iron barque sheeting one foot above and below the water-line on the forward half of the vessel. The vessel was re-fastened, under went plank repair (three iron barque planks) and remaining planks were inspected in July 2009 by a ship-wright inJuneau. Hullchecked by shipwright yearly.
Interested in this boat?Toll-free: 800-720-9594Tel: 360-352-2007