CatNap is a 1997 three cabin/single head version of the 35' Tobago sailing catamaran built by the famous Fountain-Pajot of France. She is quite spacious, comfortable, and safe on long passages while either under sail or with power from her dependable twin Yanmar diesel engines.
Above deck, control lines are led aft for safety and ease of use for short handed sailing. Below deck, she has exceptional living space and a salon with wraparound seating that provides beautiful panormaic views while sailing or at rest. Also, recently added (2010) reverse cycle Heat/Air Conditioning provides climate comfort for warm weather or off-season use.
Unlike many cruising catamarans, her upwind performance as stated by the Owner provides speeds that equal and exceed that of sailing monohulls and won't become sluggish while carrying a full crew with a complement of cruising inventory. Her well balanced design and conveniences allow her to sail easily and safely "flat" while not displaying any annoying bad habits such as excessive bridge-deck “wave slap” or “pitching”.
She sleeps 6 comfortably in 3 private cabins; in additon each forward cabin has an access door to each crew berth with access to the deck.
With continuous care and upgrades over the Owners last 10 years, she has an updated Raymarine instrumentation package including Autopilot.
Catnap has served her Owners faithfully while they have provided a regular timeline of continuous maintenance. CatNap is staunch, clean and eager to go cruising and please her next Owners since retirement from the Navy has brought about the Owners relocation.
Please contact Bill Adams, Central Agent (410)693-3133 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information or to make an appointment to see this yacht.
Please contact Bill Adams at 410-693-3133
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 35 ft 0 in
Beam: 19 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 3 ft 1 in
Displacement: 8000 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 2 in
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 1997
Engine Model: 2GM20FC
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 3800
Propeller: 2 blade propeller
Drive Type: Sail drive
Engine(s) Total Power: 18 HP
Number of single berths: 2
Number of double berths: 3
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 1
Accommodations & Walkthrough
Upon boarding, the expansive cockpit is quite impressive with it's generous seating and spaciousness. The helm is to starboard with full instrumentation for the dual Yanmar diesel engines and navigation electronics.
The dinghy is hung on davits between the twin hull transoms and may be lowered to the water for safe and easy boarding from the teak covered transom steps. A fresh water shower is also aft for rinsing off while coming from the sea.
From the cockpit through the slider door one immediately steps into a bright and airy salon area with wraparound seating, a large dinette while the gally is off to the starboard side. The large wraparound salon settee and cushions were reupholstered in 2011. Three steps down you'll find a large double berth cabin forward and another aft. Amidship on the starboard side is the head compartment with a shower, vanity, toilet and storage lockers.
Across the salon and down three steps to port is the electric panel immediately to your left while to your right is the VHF and stereo. Forward is a private cabin with a double berth. Two full size pilot style berths, with lighting and a separate access hatch, are located forward of the main berths in each hull.There's generous storage under all berths as well as other areas throughout the boat. Easy access to the engines is through their individual deck hatches on deck for servicing.
Fridge and freezer-Front loading - Frigomatic "Capri 35" 12vDC w/compressor, evaporator, and controller (New 2011)
Hot and cold pressure water w/10gal hot water heater storage plus hot water from engine heat exchanger.
PUR water filter at sink (New 2010)
3 burner propane stove w/oven
Extra deep high polished S/S sink
Electrical, Electronics, Navigation
House battery bank: 2ea. 12vDC Grp. 31 Interstate Batteries rated at 675cca ea. (New 2010)
Engine start battery bank: 2ea. 12vDC Grp.31 Interstate Batteries, (675cca ea.dedicated to one engine)(New 2010)
All interior overhead lamps replaced with LEDs.(New 2011)
Catnap's simple sail plan provides for full control from the cockpit with all lines led aft. The full battened main is 430 sq. ft. and the furling jib is 301 sq. ft. A Lewmar 44 S/T main halyard winch is on the mast along with a Lewmar 40 S/T for the jib halyard. A spare halyard is on the mast for use with a spinnaker. Additionally, two Lewmar 40 S/T sheet winches are on the cabin top with four rope clutches. Two rope clutches are on the mast for the main and jib halyards. Under sail, CatNap is easily driven at 6-7.5kts with 10-15kts of wind. Reportedly on a beam reach, speeds greater than 8 knots have been reached. Reportedly, her bridge clearance is 55'.
ProFurl furler on headsail
Doyle 100% Jib (New 2010)
Doyle full battened Mainsail w/3reef points (2005)
West Marine 8'3 SeaWorthy dinghy (stored inside and in very good condition)
Honda 2hp 4 stroke outboard
Swim ladder (on port transom steps)
Ground tackle: Primary: 120' galv.chain (New) w/22lb. Danforth style anchor. Secondary rode is 80' of galv. chain; 75' of nylon rode w/ a 22lb. Danforth anchor.
Carbon monoxide detector (2013)
PFD's and USCG Safety package
CatNap is a 1997 three stateroom single head version of the 35' Tobago sailing catamaran bult by the famous Fountaine Pajot of France. She is quite comfortable and safe on long passages while either under sail or power with her twin Yanmar diesel engines that burn approximately a pint per hour.
Unlike many other cruising catamarans, her upwind performance and speed equals and exceeds that of sailing monohulls and she doesn't become sluggish while carrying a full crew with adequate stores and cruising inventory. Her well balanced design and conveniences allow her to sail easily and safely while ensuring against annoying bad habits that can be typical in cats such as excessive bridge-deck "wave slap" and pitching ("hobby-horsing").
She's been faithfully cared for and regularly upgraded by her caring Owners including her electronics which can be attributed only to their providing a timeline of continuous maintenance and upgrading over their last ten years of ownership.
CatNap is a clean vessel which will not disappoint the descriminating buyer. She is now ready and eager to please her next Owners since retirement from the Navy has brought about a change in the Owners location.
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.