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|Offered By||Bluewater Bay Yachts, Inc.|
The Nauticat 321 is a sleek low profile, comfortable raised salon performance sailboat from Finland, with inside/outside helm stations, (not the traditional Nauticat motorsailer). Thisis a three owner 2000 Nauticat sailing sloop with direct drive and hydraulic steering. It truly is a turnkey boat equipped with everything from linens to lines. This Nauticat benefits from owners that have taken above average care of her with many new upgrades added. Fully outfitted, immaculately clean, always stored in brackish or freshwater. She is CE Approved Category A vessel, a pleasure to sail and live aboard.
Maramor is currently secured to SlideMoors in a private, deep water, very protected slip in Apollo Beach, FL with easy access to Tampa Bay. This slip could be available if new buyer wishes to keep in its current location. Slip comes with 30 AMP power and water.
Nauticat 321, Built 2000 Hull# 99
LOA: 32ft 10 in
Beam: 10ft 8in
LWL: 27ft 3 in
Maximum Draft: 4ft 7in
Engine Brand: Yanmar 3JH3E; 334 hours 40hp Fuel tank 66 gallons
Bowthruster Side Power SP55S with spare propeller and zincs
2 Water Tanks, 117 gallons total,
Mast height over waterline, including VHF antenna, 49’
Aft cabin fitted with double berth, 2 LED reading lights and 2 overhead LED lights. Book shelf, and seat area, lighted wardrobe locker and stern locker. Two opening screened hatches, one with cream white Sunbrella curtains and other, a retractable reflective blind.
Raised Salon has inside helm station with engine controls, autopilot and duplicate instrumentation to starboard. To the side of the helm is a generous cabinet with shelves for logs, manuals and tools. To port a U shaped raised salon surrounded with 360 view, provides an open airy interior ambience. Under the raised salon is a convenient chart drawer. Very large lockers and storage are under the settee and behind seat backs. The table can be lowered to make a berth or removed for a large lounging area. The cushions are in aqua-blue Alcantara. (Alcantara is composed of about 68% polyester and 32% polyurethane  giving increased durability and stain resistance. The appearance and tactile feel of the material is similar to that of suede.} The side windows have cream Sunbrella curtains. Phifertek Plus exterior sun shades were made for all the windows. A new duplicate set is on board. The forward triple window area also has a white Top Gun cover with a solar panel to maintain batteries in storage.
All the hatches are made with safety glass, and have no-see-um grade screens. The companionway has a Sogeman No-see-um screen. Carpets are snapped down in the saloon and companionway entrance, with extra “boatyard” carpets on the entrance stairs. A fire extinguisher is mounted above the chart drawer below settee. Folding high stool for inside helm or additional seating at saloon table.
Galley has a two burner gimbaled Eno stainless steel propane stove with oven and a removable worktop. The stainless steel sink has hot and cold pressure water. A trash bag system adjacent to the sink on the counter is very convenient. The top loading low power Isotherm fridge and freezer, has a battery air circulating fan and thermometer. There are generous teak storage cupboards, and a paper towel rack to make this a very convenient cooking area just ahead of the helm station. Dishes and cutlery, cooking utensils etc. for a well equipped galley are included. Large PG6 fire extinguisher.
Fore Cabin has a V berth with a removable filler, and large storage areas beneath. A full length lighted wardrobe locker and lighted under berth locker are to port. Shelves run the length of the cabin to port and starboard. 1 LED reading light on each side and 1 overhead LED light. The large hatch screen is hinged and has a full reflective roller shade and a Vetus SS Mushroom vent.
The Head has a Jabsco toilet, sink with hot and cold water, shower head and large storage cupboards, including additional hanging storage for foul weather gear. The shower curtain has an overhead track to protect the varnished wood. Access to the valve for the fresh or seawater deck wash system is located in the head.
Deck: The decks extend forward to an anchor roller and stainless steel bow pulpit with a Scandinavian style step. The decks are solid fiberglass, with no wet coring problems. The toe rails incorporate the support for bow, stern and midship large cleats and fairleads. Side boarding gates to port and starboard. The teak hard handrails are finished with Cetol and have covers of Marine Blue Sunbrella for sun protection. The lower lifelines and fittings were replaced with new SS wire and fittings in 2014.
Cockpit: The outside Edson helm pedestal and instrumentation are aft. Sunbrella white wheel cover and pedestal cover. The cockpit floor and seats are laid with teak. The transom includes two steps and a fold down boarding ladder in stainless steel with an emergency “in the water” release latch, and boarding area lifeline gate.
Removable davits which can be stored and secured at 90 degrees to reduce boat storage length;
New davit with 6:1 hoist Harken Big Bullet blocks and lines.
Nova Forespar hoist for MOB and Outboard hoist, 4:1
Removable cockpit table with Cetol finish
Edson bracket for outboard motor on pushpit
Fresh water hot and cold shower in the cockpit near the transom
Aft storage locker for propane and cleaning supplies
Port side HUGE storage locker for all deck equipment to be stowed securely
Bimini and Dodger in TopGun blue
Flagpole, flag and socket, 2 drink holders, 12 volt outlet
Robust aluminum grab rail on pilothouse and companionway
Anchoring: Manson Supreme 35lb anchor with 150ft of 5/16”mm galvanized chain, marked at 20’ intervals, Bruce 33 lb anchor and rode, Danforth style anchor, 22 lb chain and plaited rode, Lofrans Tigres electric windlass with Up/Down foredeck foot and cockpit switches, Fresh or salt water washdown pump, Chain Hook (Johnson) with 35’ nylon line
Sails: The mainsail and genoa were inspected at North Sails in 2014 and were found to be in like new condition, except for the sun protection strips which were replaced, and a new Velcro strip leach line on the mainsail. The gennaker and storm sail are new.
Running rigging was replaced with new halyards, sheets and control lines. The Mast and Furler were cleaned and lubricated in 2014 while the mast was down. A professional rigger inspected and tuned the mast in 2014.
Winches were all stripped down, cleaned and lubricated in 2015. Anderson winch parts kit on board.
Selden in-mast Furling with stainless steel rigging, Selden solid strut boom vang, Selden Furlex foresail roller reefing system, two Anderson 10 single speed halyard main winches, Roller furling Main with Marine Blue Sunbrella clew protection; Velcro leach adjustment, Genoa with new 2014 UV protection strip
Gennaker, like new, red with black dog image, Storm Sail - new
Harken 46 Self tailing 2 speed genoa winches x 2 with deluxe Sunbrella winch covers with leather trimmed line slit
Harken 16 self tailing single speed winch for outhaul, furler line and mainsheet on cabin house, 3 Winch handles
Inside Helm Station:
Raymarine ST60 autopilot – dual hydraulic
Furuno GP-36 DGPS
Icom VHF M424 with DSC
Bracket and cable for Garmin 76Cx handheld GPS to Icom VHF
Interphase Twin Scope Echo Scan depth and fish finder
Windshield wipers, 2 single speed
Yanmar instruments: Temperature, Oil pressure & RPM
Fuel and Water tank levels
Raymarine e7 Chartplotter, Navionics Platinum+ chart and HD Radar
Raymarine ST60 autopilot dual hydraulic
Raymarine i60 Wind
Raymarine ST60 speed/log
Raymarine Depth ST60
Icom VHF M424 with DSC, Command Mic III
Shore power system 110v, including Residual Current Device; two shore power cords,
Magnum 3,000 watt Hybrid Inverter/Charger pure sine wave MAGN-MSH3012M with Magnum remote control MAGN-ME-ARC50; Victron Smart Battery Monitor BMV-712-Bluetooth capable; all new 2020
4 x Relion Lithium Ion Phosphate (LiFePO4) house battery with Blue Seas fuse at terminal; new 2022
2 x 79AH AGM engine/start battery (2020) with Blue Seas fuse at terminal
Yandina Battery Combiner
Switch panel in pilot house; 12 volt panel in galley below inside helm
Air Conditioning and Reverse Cycle Heat by Dometic forced air to Aft cabin, Salon and Fore cabin, new 2022
Electric fresh water pump with outlets to galley, head sink and shower, and cockpit shower
Electric seawater pump with hose outlet on deck or can be valved to freshwater
12v socket on cockpit helm pedestal, pilothouse aft bulkhead plus USB outlets
110 outlets throughout at various locations
Rule automatic bilge pump with 2 level switches
Henderson manual bilge pump
Isotemp hot water heater 40l, heated by engine and 110volt system
Holding tank manual pump
6 Adult, 2 children PFD’s, Lifesling MOB retrieval system, 12v search light, water activated electronic signal, signal flare kits, wooden plugs, 3 fire extinguishers (Aft cabin, Saloon and Galley), handheld air horn
Samsung 22” TV with remote control, Glomex TV antenna at masthead with amplifier and controls in salon; dock cable TV receptacle
Masthead bird deflector
Oil change vacuum extractor
Fuel polishing system
Fenders; Two round with fleece covers, two cylinders with fleece covers, 3 Polyform with polyester covers
Docklines: 4 braided blue with eyes (2 short, 1 medium, 1 long new), Black braid midship long spring, Green/white braid long, plus numerous additional miscellaneous lines
Folding boarding step
Boathooks, 2, with mounting bracket, deck mop, topside soft mop attachments
Extensive Ship’s spares:
Engine kit, fuel filters, zincs, lightbulbs, fuses, tools, tapes, caulks and sealants, lubricants, cleaners, polishes, Awlwash and Awlcare, Awlgrip “Starck White”, MDR instrument underwater based paint
Factory Owner’s Manual with Equipment list, Serial numbers and Specifications
Electrical, Plumbing diagrams
Extensive Maintenance Log Notebook
Raymarine e7 and Instrument Manual
Selden Furling Mast and Furlex 200 Manuals
Special factory tools specific to the boat as well as a full compliment of ordinary maintenance tools
|Shore Power Inlet||✓|
|Max Bridge Clearance||45.42ft|
|Fresh Water Tank||1 x 116.2 gal ()|
|Fuel Tank||1 x 66 gal ()|