- Builder: Catalina Yachts
- Swing Keel
- Sail Number 3520
- Located in Canfield, Ohio
- Fiberglass Hull
- Mariner Outboard 4 hp
- Tandom Trailer w/surge brakes
New Owner J.A.
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- LOA: 21'6"
- Displacement: 2,250 lbs
- LWL: 19'4"
- Draft: 2' / 5' (keel up / down)
- Beam: 7'8"
- Ballast: 550 lbs
Miss Kitty was purchased from an owner down in Virginia two years ago.
The previous owner Eric had owned the boat for about 11 years. He sailed
it 10 years in fresh water and half a season on the Chesapeake Bay.
He completely restored her to almost better than new condition. It was
through his work and his love for boats that brought Miss Kitty to the
incredible shape she is in today. The hull was completely drilled, filled,
and sanded to remove all blisters. It was repainted (sprayed) and new
stripes applied. The decks were all redone and repainted with a grey
"step" area added. All through deck fittings are now backed
by stainless steel plates for strength. All rigging was replaced. All
teak was replaced. Finished interior cabinet doors were added to gain
access to additional hull storage space. A new table with checkerboard
inlay was built for her. A new slide in galley was built with electric
water faucet. There is a built in charger and added voltage gauge below
the original Catalina electrical panel that is all powered by a new
battery (2004) and solar charger (10 watt).
Eric added a Lewmar Lexan Superhatch above the front berth which greatly
aids in the stowing of sails. All lines lead to back and include Jib
sheets (new 2005), 3 halyards, Jib and main down haul. There is a boom
vang and main sheet (new 2005) with Harkin block.
I purchased the boat winter of 2003 and store her inside during the
winter. I brought her out to a mooring during last summer season. I
added the down hauls, Icom m402 vhf radio with mast antenna, Sail care
Lazy jack, flag and flag pole, re-bed new cleats on the bow, added covers
for forward shrouds, and sanded and refinished all teak with 3 coats
of Cetol Marine and 2 coats of Cetol gloss.
The engine has been professionally taken care of and runs well. It is
a 4 hp Mariner 1984 2 stroke. Pushes at hull speed (6.5 knots) at half
throttle. Boat comes with 2 external gas tanks, one 6 gal, the other
3 gal. I personally use the internal engine tank (1/2 gal.) most of
Additional website pictures are available at the Miss Kitty website.
All pictures here are all current (taken 4/7/05) and after an extensive
cleaning inside and out and waxing of all surfaces outside. Please feel
free to call me or email me with questions that you have.
My wife and I are selling her as we were able to purchase a 2003 C-250.
We plan on spending more time on the water and felt a larger boat would
fit our needs better.
Tom "Turk" Terleski
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Pop Top Dodger
Kick-up Rudder, Outboard and Swim Ladder
Tiller and cushions
This well maintained interior is designed to sleep 4. Two in
the V berth and two in the dinette area after lowering the table
into a groove designed to hold it firm. The interior cushions
are in very good shape (new 2002) and always stored in cold storage
over the winter. The interior space is quite comfortable as 4
can sit at the dinette for meals. The slide out galley provides
5 gals of fresh water storage and a stainless sink and electric
pump faucet for washing. The "pop" top gives the Catalina
22 standing room in the main interior and has a new dodger with
plastic front windows for a light and open feeling. There is also
a screen to cover the hatch area to provide ventilation on warm
evenings. The hatch has a Nicro Day/night solar fan to provide
quiet ventilation even with the boat closed up (screened vents
in hatch covers).
There are many hull storage area
available throughout the boat.Their is actually more storage
than on my new Catalina 250!.
Under the cockpit seats is even more storage for things like anchor
and rode, bucket, flag pole, rope, gas, maintenance items and
tools, and room for boat hooks and Genoa pole.
Sails and Rigging
Equipped with good solid main and 3 jib sails. I have a 150,
a 110, and a storm jib.
- Sail care Lazy Jack (just added)
- 110 Jib (Catalina), sheets, and sail bag
- 150 Genoa (catalina) and sail bag
- Boom Vang
- Whisker Pole
- Boom Mainsail 8 to 1 internal outhaul
- 2 Lewmar #6 sheet winches
- 1 winch handles
- Custom fiberglass mast carrier for bow pulpit plus Mast-up
(from Catalina Direct) for raising and lowering the mast
and for trailering.
- Genoa tracks w/cars
- Adjustable Traveler w/controls
- Harken Cam-Matic cleats
- Spinlock Rope Clutches
- Downhaul for headsails
- Adjustable Backstay
- Lines lead aft
- Snap shackles and Toggle lock clevis pins for easy trailering
- Mast Gate
- Internal halyards
- Windex wind indicator
The Catalina 22 has a large cockpit seating 6 when moored. Tiller
has just been refinished (2005) and includes a wonderfully machined
"tiller tamer" mounted
middle bottom of tiller.
- Mainsail cover (pacific blue)
- Lewmar lexan "Superhatch" forward deck hatch
- Cabin top handrails (teak)
- Screened Companionway cover
- Kick-Up rudder
- Tiller Tamer
- Quick release tiller extension
- Bow pulpit and stern rail
- Lifelines and stanchions
- Life vests (3)
- 1 Fire extinguishers
- Self-bailing cockpit
- Shroud turnbuckle covers
- Stainless steel stern mounted swim ladder
- Two Danforth anchors, 15' chain and 100' and 150' rode
- Waterline and sheer strip colors (red)
- Cockpit Seat Locker
- Cockpit coaming storage compartments
- Fuel tank compartment
- Two tone deck (gray)
- Molded in non-skid decks
- One (1) flotation cushion
- Four (4) rubber dock bumpers
- Bimini (shark white) and Stainless
- Beautiful 3 piece teak hatch
- New "molded" sliding hatch
The Mariner 4 hp outboard uses a 1-cylinder
2-stroke engine which drives a 3-blade propeller. Fuel consumption
is about 0.5 gallon per hour at a cruising speed of 6 knots.
- 4 hp 2-stroke 1984 Marineer outboard
- 3-blade propeller
- Safety cable and lock
- 6.5 gallon fuel tank with hose
- 3.4 gallon fuel tank with hose
- Water pump impeller new in 2004
- Spark plugs and fuel filter changed every spring
- Owner's Manual
- Mariner Shop Manual
Electronics and Electrical
- Deep-Cycle Battery 120 amp (new)
- Battery condition meter
- Electrical panel for cabin and navigation lights
- Combination red/green running light on bow pulpit
- Stern light on stern rail
- Bow light when motoring (midway up mast)
- Anchor light on the mast top
- Deck light for bow on mast
- 12 VDC outlet for accessories
- Masthead mounted antenna
- Mast wiring runs through conduit in mast
- Mast electrical and antenna quickly release at the deck
for easy trailering
- Horizon depth meter
and thru hull
- Horizon knot metter and thru hull
- Cabin mount VHF Icon M402 Radio (new 2004)
- Galvanized dual axle trailer
- Stainless steel disc surge brakes
- 9 foot tongue extension for keeping the tow vehicle out
of the water on shallow launch ramps
- Tongue jack w/wheel that swivels up for
- Spare tire and carrier
- Trailer bunks (new in 2002)
- New wiring and lights 2003
- Spare bearings
- Bearing Buddies
- Trailer strap to hold the boat firmly to the trailer
The following equipment is included with boat
- Cruising Spinnaker and spinaker bag (beautiful)
- Spinnaker hardware and sheets
- Forespar Heavy-duty telescoping whisker pole
- Solar 10 watt panel and connection to cockpit connector.
- Tiller cover
- Main sale cover
- Jib canvas cover
- Companionway hatchboard cloth cover
- Pulleys for down hauls.
- Epoxied sealed swing keel
- 2 older mainsails
- Extra battens
- Extra stainless misc. turnbuckles.
mast raising system (new 2005) works great! Raise
your mast with one person!
- Steel topping lift
- Lifeline cushions (Pacific blue)
- New sliding hatch rails (replaced
teak rails 2005)
- Owners manual
- Catalina Direct Manual
- Manuals for all equipment
- Much more!