2003, Catalina 350

Catalina 3502003

103900.00Havelock, NC

2003 Catalina 350

  • Year: 2003
  • Length: 35'
  • Price: 103900.00
  • Located in Havelock, NC
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
  • YW# 4055870

New Price!   Owner is ready to move her much loved Clarity.  Must see!   This wildly popular 350 packs everything you could want in a 40' cruiser for the Bahamas or skinny water - EXCEPT - she's 35' !

What we like:

  • Shoal Draft Wing Keel
  • Volumes of comfortable accommodations below decks
  • 2019 All new stainless steel standing rigging
  • Sugar Scoop
  • Queen partial walk around berth forward
  • Large aft - sleeping quarters
  • Large separate shower
  • Electric head
  • Generator
  • 2019 Roller Mainsail 
  • 2019 Roller Genoa
  • Dinghy Davits
  • Solar

The list goes on, she'll make a great sailboat for some family or couple this spring.  Plan your weekends now!  She’s in a safe, clean and tidy family owned marina and the slip is available.  


Keel: Winged Keel


length Overall: 35.25 ft
Max Draft: 4.75 ft
Beam Measure: 13.00 ft


Engine Brand:Universal
Year Built: 2003
Engine Model:M35BC
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Hours: 1300
Engine Power:35|horsepower


Fresh Water Tanks:77(0 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 40(0 Gallons)

Shoal Draft Catalina 350 Wing Keel

The Catalina 350 has earned an international reputation as the leader in her class. Built to accentuate style, performance, and comfort this Catalina has become the choice of sailors worldwide. She features a roomy cockpit and comfortable air-conditioned interior with two private staterooms.




When you step below deck you''ll be surprised at the light and volume of room available on this 35'' sailboat.  Feels like a 38-40 footer easy.  The headroom lends itself to the taller sailor however the more diminutive will find it very comfortable and well thought out.

You walk down the stairs into the salon and find the Nav station facing aft on your port and the U shaped galley on your right.  The fridge is top and front loading.  Above the Nav is the TV and takes little away from the woodwork. 

Aft of you on the port side is a very large king sized berth.  Moving forward, on the portside you will find a large head complete with a generous shower with a closing bifold glass door.  Very comfortable.  Finally, forward in the V area you''ll find a nearly full walk around Queen berth.  How they packed all this into a 35'' is wonderful.  Large enough for two with room to spare.

It''s easy to imagine taking a weekend, week or month and cruising...  she''ll make some couple or small family a very happy bunch of sailors!

"Step belowdecks and comparisons to other 35-foot production boats become difficult. This boat is all about space. The main cabin measures 9′ 6″ on the centerline from the base of the companionway ladder to the port bulkhead at the head. The cabin at its widest point, measured from the backs of settees, is 10′ 5″. To put that in perspective, a bedroom in an average-sized apartment is 10′ x 12′.

Two hatches on the cabintop and five ports on each side of the cabin and hull add light that increases even more the feeling of spaciousness.

Seating in this cavern is on a settee to port measuring 66″, and another to starboard measuring 73″. The latter has been bisected by a teak-veneered drop-down game table. The dining table, located to port, measures 31″ x 48″ and, with a bench on the centerline, will seat six. It can also be stored has been replaced by a smaller “cocktail” table.

The U-shaped galley has room for one person, who will be well-braced in a seaway, and is adequately equipped with standard gear—a two- burner stove-oven combination, reefer-icebox combination, and double stainless sink. Counter space is at a premium, though storage in cabinets and drawers is typical of a boat this size. A cutout provides space for a microwave above the stove".

The nav station is tucked into a corner to port, requiring the navigator to sit facing aft on a cushion at the end of the settee. The size of the table, 25.5″ x 29″, reflects the tendency of today’s skipper to rely on electronics at the helm or cockpit bulkhead, and the use of chart kits, rather than full-sized NOAA charts. Since the 350 will see use primarily as a coastal cruiser and dockside getaway. the arrangement is suitable.


Engine is a Universal Diesel M35 BC with limited, and lightly used hours.  A recent survey of the boat and a volume of maintenance logs are available on the boat.


Generator in aft port settee is said to in running order and owner reported seeing it run.  


This Catlina is 35.3" and 13'' beam with 4''9" draft and weights 13,635 including 5800 in steel ballast.

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.


Maura "Mo" Mulcahy

St. Barts Yachts - Oriental

252-249-7245 | mo@st-barts.com