Other photos: Manufacturer Provided Image, Manufacturer Provided Image, Manufacturer Provided Image, Manufacturer Provided Image, Manufacturer Provided Image, Manufacturer Provided Image, Manufacturer Provided Image, Manufacturer Provided Image, Manufacturer Provided Image, Manufacturer Provided Image, Manufacturer Provided Image.
Third in the acclaimed Catalina 5 Series yachts, the 385 is an evolution of successful design features and proportions - moderate beam carried well aft for a spacious cockpit - moderate freeboard for reduced windage and pleasing appearance, and an innovative and beautifully finished interior. The new 385 combines all the best elements of successful previous models in the 5 Series.
The 385 breaks with tradition aesthetically, but has all the features that sets Catalina apart from other builders. Lead keels, roomy cockpits and long travelers for precise sail control. Long inboard genoa tracks to accommodate headsails from powerful 155% genoas to storm jibs, allowing the sail plan to be balanced in all wind conditions.
Catalina's custom watertight StrikeZone collision bulkhead is aft of the anchor locker. Port and starboard elevated helm seating adds comfort and visibility. Unique molded instrument pods at the helm positions, with convenient primary winches and a new backstay system makes a truly great cockpit for the avid sailor. The mast support system features Catalina's unique SecureSocket chain plates for superior load resolution from the mast to the hull structural system.
Below decks, Catalina uses teak and teak veneers, adding warmth and the look of a classic yacht, hand-finished with clear varnishes. A navigation desk with a recessed laptop compartment has dedicated power ports. The custom electrical panel is neatly secreted behind a tinted acrylic door, allowing continual monitoring of power use. The main cabin offers generous seating, a custom quad leaf folding table, and a port side dinette that easily converts to a single berth. A linear designed cabinet has plenty of storage and maintains open site lines through the cabin. Polished handrails and fittings complement the teak interior cabinetry.
The galley is optimized for convenience at sea or at port. A propane stove, oven and large refrigerator are built into functional units, along with large cabinets and drawers that offer plenty of areas for provisions and cookware. The owner's cabin is forward and has a custom, articulating innerspring mattress; an electric lifter is available for comfortable reading or viewing TV. An adequate guest cabin is aft with a large double berth and roomy storage lockers. A spa-style head with a large shower complements this roomy yacht's interior.
Like all Catalina above 30 feet, the new 385 is robustly built to CE category A standards, is NMMA Yacht Certified and follows all applicable American boat and Yacht Council Standards, assuring the Catalina owners a quality, safe, durable yacht.
Please contact Sales Department at 804-776-9898 Phone
Contact Chesapeake Yacht Sales.