Catalina 25, 1979 with trailer and new 8hp outboard $ 6900.00
We’ve owned ‘Joi de Vie’ for 16 years, as the second owners; has only been sailed in fresh water. This is a great family boat, good for day sailing, weekend sails, or ‘camping out’ for longer periods. Full of features and upgrades. Trailerable.
Now located at Branched Oak Marina, Raymond, NE.
Swing keel, 3’-0” draft (keel up) to 5’-6” draft (keel down) Four sails: Mainsail, 110 Jib sail, 150 genoa jib, extra mainsail (needs minor repair) Custom-built trailer with spare tire Brand new (less than 3 hours runtime) 8HP 4-stroke Mercury outboard motor ($2,400 value) w/ new gas tank Bottom paint applied 2019 Teak woodwork topsides and interior ‘Pop-top’ provides 6’ headroom, with dodger cover Plexiglas windowed companionway door, plus teak companionway boards in great shape
‘L’ shape dinette with custom tabletop Space to sleep six Upgraded interior custom cushions from Catalina Direct Carpet replaced 2018 Upgraded curtains Weems & Plath Gimbaled oil lamp Nautical bell Nautical mirror Custom galley shelving Pillows Ice box
Gimbaled built-in compass Lev-o-gage (measures heel angle) Two whisker poles Wooden oar Heavy-duty cable assembly for swing keel replaced 2007 (from Catalina Direct) Danforth anchor Swim ladder Extra tiller Owner’s Handbook from Catalina Direct
2020 NADA Value Guide for 1979 Catalina 25 Yacht: Average Retail value: $6,440.00.
Estimated total value: Yacht: $ 6440.00 Trailer: $ 1500.00 New Outboard: $ 2400.00 $10,300.00 or phone 402-618-2124
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The most popular sailboat (in this size range) ever built in the US.
Dimensions shown here are for the standard rig (pre-1988).
A swing keel version was also available. Draft (max.) 5.0’ (min.) 2.0’
Wing keel version: 2.83’/.86m