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Price: $24,900
Brand: Catalina
Type: Sailboat
Year: 1989
Length: 30 ft.
Name: Our Bank Account
Location: Sandusky, OH


The 1989 Catalina, 30 is a very roomy cruiser. The main cabin is very open with a galley to starboard and lots of storage. She boasts a dinette on the starboard side and a large settee to port. A large V-berth cabin is forward, with a comfortable stateroom aft.  One of the more popular designs from Catalina Yachts, the Catalina 30 is spacious, offers easy access to the engine, transmission and other systems, features an interior that is open and functional, docked or underway.

The traditionally styled Catalina 30 remains extremely popular due to its exceptional volume above and below decks and for its stability under sail. She offers more space than a typical 34' boat", and she's easy and fun to sail as well. It's easy to see why the Catalina 30 is one of the best selling 30 foot boats ever built; she's still in production today, almost 30 years

Given the boat's success and popularity, it comes as no surprise to learn that the Catalina 30 was inducted into the American Sailboat Hall of Fame in 2001. The nomination referred to the vessel's timeless design and production ingenuity, and states that its "overall excellence has made the sport of sailing better".

The bottom line is that it's hard to beat these popular boats, and this particular example is really nice inside and out with a very clean Universal diesel with only 735 hours, new sails, main sail cover, bimini, cushions, halyards, lifelines and batteries.

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Builder: Catalina

Designer: Frank Butler



LOA: 29.92 feet

LWL: 25 feet

Beam: 10.83 feet

Draft: 3’ 10” Wing Keel

Displacement: 10200 pounds

Ballast: 4200 pounds



Fuel: 21 gallons

Water: 43 gallons



Year: 1989

Type: Inboard

Propeller Type: 2 blade propeller

Maker: Universal

Model: M-25

Fuel: Diesel

Power: 25 HP



V-berth with insert forward, next aft port side is head with hanging locker and storage opposite. Next aft to salon with U-shaped settee with dinette port side, straight settee starboard, all with New cushions. Galley far aft port side, chart table opposite. Large quarter berth far aft starboard side. 6'1” headroom throughout, all teak interior.



Twin stainless steel sinks with hot/cold pressure water, six gallon hot water heater, two burner propane stove with oven, ice box.


Electrical System

110V AC /12V DC. Thirty amp shore power service, two New deep cycle heavy duty batteries.


Sails and Rigging

Single spreader aluminum mast with 1x19 stainless steel standing rigging, New Dacron main sail and New furling headsail, New mainsail cover. New running rigging.


Deck and Hull Equipment

Solid fiberglass hull (shows very nicely) with cored decks, external ballast and spade rudder, bottom (new epoxy and bottom paint) and topsides buffed and waxed.

Stainless steel bow pulpit, stainless steel stanchions with New double lifelines, stainless steel stern pulpit, cockpit cushions and a New Bimini.  Danforth anchor with chain and rode.


Engine and Mechanical

Fresh water cooled Universal diesel that was completely gone through.



Contact your RCR Broker for more details

Dave Regnet - Sales & Brokerage

Sandusky, Ohio


Phone: 419-202-0201

Dave Regnet learned to sail when he was 8 at summer camp on Lake Chautaugua. He returned 7 more summers because sailing (and teaching others to sail) became his passion. Dave grew up in Buffalo where he has been active in the Buffalo Harbor Sailing Club since the early 1980s. In 2007, Dave moved to the Dallas/Fort Worth area and became active in the Lake Grapevine Sailing Club. Returning north in 2010, Dave and his wife, Rebecca, joined the St. Marys Boat Club located on Grand Lake St. Marys. He was club champion in 2017. Dave’s retirement from over 30 years in manufacturing, sales management, and plant operations allows him to pursue his passion for boating by adding value to buyers and sailors alike in the Sandusky area of Lake Erie.