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Price: $33,900
Brand: Catalina Yachts
Type: Sailboat
Year: 1986
Length: 34 ft.
Name: Wind Shadow
Location: Erie, PA

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34 Catalina 1986 "Wind Shadow"

Builder: Catalina
Designer: Frank Butler

Dimensions:
LOA: 34'6"
LWL: 29'10"
Beam: 11'9"
Displacement: 11,950
Draft: 5'7"
Ballast: 5000

Engine: Universal Diesel
Engine HP: 25
Engine Model: M25
Hours: 850        

Tankage:
Fuel: 25
Water: 73
Holding: 18

New Bottom (2014). Stripped, Interprotect and VC17

May be seen by appointment, Contact Tracy Buczak, 716-680-4554, tracy@rcryachts.com        

Accommodations:
Oiled teak interior with large private aft cabin with athwartships double berth and hanging locker, L-shaped galley starboard of companionway and aft head to port, marine head, sink and vanity, hot and cold pressure water with shower, aft facing nav station with hanging locker, port side settee, large u-shaped dinette to starboard also converts to double berth, private forward cabin with large v-berth, hanging locker, bureau with drawers. 6'3" headroom throughout, blue cushions, 2-hatches and 8-opening portholes.

Galley:
L-shaped galley with white Formica countertops, Propane stove and oven, double stainless steel sink with hot and cold water mixer, 2006 Adler-Barbour Cold Machine Refrigerated top loading icebox, storage outboard and under counter.

Electronics:
Pedestal mount wet compass, Datamarine Knotmeter, Depthsounder, Wind System, Standard Horizon GPS/Chartplotter, Standard Horizon VHF radio with DSC, Autohelm autopilot, Stereo/CD.

Electrical:
4-12 Volt batteries, 110V shorepower with cord, updated battery charger, AC/DC Control panel with breakers and spare switches, 12 Volt cabin and navigation lights, 110V outlets in cabin, dual voltage TV/DVD player.

Sails:
2002 North Dacron mainsail with single reef and loose foot, 2002 North Sails Dacron 150% furling Genoa with Sunbrella Linen U.V. protection, Dacron jib, Cruising chute with sock, Lazy Jack flaking system for mainsail, Hood headsail furling system, single spreader masthead rig, adjustable backstay, Boom Vang, Whisker pole

Deck:
Sunbrella Dodger new in 2003, Custom cockpit awning, Cockpit cushions, Anchor locker in bow, Teak cabin top handrails, 2-Dorade vents, Cockpit table, two tone deck beige non-skid, Transom mount stainless steel swim ladder, Control lines led aft to cockpit, 4-self tailing winches, white hull, brown boot and sheer stripes.

Additional:
Magma grill, fixed two blade prop, spare Martec folding prop, Avon inflatable dinghy with Nissan 3hp outboard, Bruce anchor with chain/rope rode, required safety gear, New 90 amp hour marine alternator with Balmar digital 3 phase regulator, starting battery, 3-Group 27 house batteries new in 2006.

Disclaimer:
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.


Contact your RCR Broker for more details

Tracy Buczak, CPYB - Sales & Brokerage

Erie, PA

Email: tracy@rcryachts.com

Phone: 814-455-6800

Tracy has sailed for over 30 years. As a former winner at Youngstown Level Regatta, he met Don Finkle and built a relationship that lead to his position at RCR. In addition to sailing, Tracy has a USCG Master’s Captain’s License. He considers himself lucky to have turned my avocation into his vocation. Sharing his knowledge and love for sailing and boating in general with both experienced boaters and those new to the sport has given him great pleasure and added new friendships to his life. As a founding member of Sail Erie helped shape the group of sailors with common interests focused on cruising and educational activities in the Greater Erie area. Tracy joined RCR Yachts in late 2001 and helped open RCR Erie in the spring of 2002. Since then he has enjoyed building our Erie office as a successful part of Erie and our regions boating community. Hundreds of boats, both power and sail have been sold from this office and their owners have joined the RCR Family of owners. We continue to focus our efforts to making the buying and boating experience a good one for our customers.