37' CATALINA 375 (2009) OL

37' CATALINA 375 (2009) OL

37' CATALINA 375 (2009) OL

When you step aboard the Catalina 375 it feels solid, properly proportioned and generally bigger than what you would expect in a 37- footer. That's because the fiberglass hull is an honest 37'4" long. (Unlike many other builders, Catalina doesn't name models by overall length that includes rails and bow rollers.)

Call, text or email sales agent Eddy Riener for more information on this yacht! We can schedule a showing today

(949) 216-5294, eddy@dicksimonyachts.com

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$169,000.00

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Virtually every Catalina system engineered in the 375 was reviewed and optimized for improved performance, efficiency, comfort, convenience and owner maintenance, incorporating the widely-acclaimed features found on all of Catalina’s latest models.

The new 375 has a sculpted, contemporary and functional low profile deck and a stable performance hull form. High quality hardware and offshore-capable rigging compliments a substantial sail plan with in-mast furling main and vertical battens. Twin backstays balance the powerful rig, creating an unobstructed “California size” cockpit.

A single side control traveler and inboard sheeting for overlapping genoas makes sail handling easier. Wide weather decks allow easy access forward and aft, and there is enough room in the anchor locker for two rodes and gear.

Deep aft lockers leave plenty of space for optional a/c and generator. The transom extends seamlessly to the waterline for increased structural integrity. Catalina’s classic stern seats are integrated into the stern pulpit, along with an easy-access outboard motor bracket. A standard 6’10” fin keel is lead (not cast iron), and an optional 4' 8" shoal draft wing keel allows gunkholing just about anywhere.

Enter the 375’s spacious open interior through hinged bi-fold companionway doors. There’s solid teak trim in the classically symmetrical main cabin with traditional port and starboard cabinets. The Lonseal non-skid sole keeps maintenance underfoot to a minimum.

There are plenty of drawers with storage under the seats, a large hanging locker, plus shelved lockers throughout. A game table converts to a settee or berth, and the functional, well-designed galley has a self-contained stainless refrigerator, large dry locker, insulated compartment for optional refrigeration and solid surface counters.

An extra large head adjacent to the owner’s cabin has a roomy shower area and a gravity drain waste system. Inner spring mattresses are fitted in both cabins, fore and aft. Owners will find generous tankage for water, fuel and waste, and the 40-hp. Yanmar diesel sips fuel at a mere 1.25 gal./hr. @ 2500 RPM.

Twelve Reasons to Own a Catalina 375:
• Interiors are crafted with teak cabinetry and trim with a natural varnish finish
for beauty and durability.
• Keels are lead with stainless steel bolts for greater stability and
less maintenance.
• Deck hardware and rigging (including backstays) is oversized for
offshore reliability.
• Large fuel, water and holding tanks provide extended cruising range.
• Powerful sail plans with inboard shrouds and generous genoa tracks are fitted
for better performance.
• Wide weather decks and higher lifelines ease movement to the foredeck.
• Cavernous storage with easy access allows you to bring everything you need.
• Mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems are logically engineered for easy
maintenance onshore and off.
• The real live-aboard interior has a large, usable head and shower, plus a
functional galley with plenty of storage.
• An economical reliable 40 hp. Yanmar diesel has excellent cruising speed and
plenty of reserve power.
• Carries CE category "A" certification (the highest available).
• A 37-footer that's really a thirty-seven foot hull length (not just LOA).