11/5/21

 

THIRA

 

Description

THIRA is clean and well maintained sloop-rigged vessel easily handled and ideal for coastal cruising. A perfect family cruiser for the coast.

Owner-Captain is available.

VESSEL MAKE YEAR BERTHS SECURITY PORT RATE
THIRA Catalina 30 1986 4 $2500 Mt Desert Island $3100/wk 2023

•Captained charters +$250 per day

•Day rates: $150 per hour, 2 - hour minimum, 1-6 passengers, $750 full day


Accommodations

Specifications
Design 1986 Catalina 30 MKI Tall Rig 
Designer Frank Butler
Builder Catalina Yachts USA
Hull Construction Fiberglass
Year Built 1986
Rigging Masthead Sloop with Deck-stepped Tall-rig, bowsprit, 
LOA 30'
LWL 25'
Beam 10.8'
Draft 5.25'
Displacement 10,200 lbs.
Weight NA
Ballast 4200 lbs.
Engine 3-cylinder Universal M-25 (21hp)
Sail Area 437 sqft
Water Capacity 50 US Gallons
Fuel Capacity 17 US Gallons
Holding Tank 30 US Gallons

THIRA’s large beam makes for a spacious interior. The forward cabin offers comfortable sleeping in the 6'6" V-berth with a filler platform. Lots of storage below platform and in cabinets and drawers just aft to stbd. Natural light and ventilation through overhead hatch and screened opening. Aft to port is an enclosed head with shower and single basin sink. The salon settee converts to form two more berths on the starboard side and a single on port, if necessary. There is also a spacious quarter-berth in the starboard quarter.


Galley· 

•·         Origo 3000 non-pressurized two-burner stove (no oven)

·         Double basin stainless sink

·         Loads of storage

·         Pressurized hot/cold water

·         Extra-insulated icebox

·         Hot/Cold pressurized sink and shower attachment in Head

  • Jabsco manual flush toilet with holding tank   
  • 30 Gallon holding tank

Tankage

·         17 Gallon Diesel Fuel tank

·         17 Gallon starboard fresh water tank

·         25 Gallon Forward fresh water tank

  • 30 gallon holding tank  

Cockpit

  • Edson® wheel console with binnacle, compass and drink holders
  • Cockpit seating for 6 with cushions.
  • Fold down teak cockpit table
  • Transom-mounted swim ladder
  • Cockpit lockers for stowage of dock lines, fenders, cushions, life jackets, etc.
  • No-skid fiberglass decks.
  • Large dodger and cockpit awning

Electrical

  • 12 volt battery system
  • 30A shore-power cable
  • 2 x 85AH deep cell batteries
  • High-capacity alternator
  • Datamarine depth, speed, and wind instruments
  • Mounted VHF
  • B&G Vulcan 9 MFD w/ Halo 20 Radar
  • 12V Cig adapter

Sails

  • Full Batten mainsail with two reef points
  • All sheets run to cockpit
  • Custom Mailsail stack pack with Lazy Jacks
  • 135% rollerfurling Jib
  • Lewmar self-tailing winches
  • Harken Traveler
  • Harken MKIV roller furler
  • Rigid Boom Vang

Safety

  • 6 Personal flotation devices for adults 
  • Flare Kit 
  • Manual & compressed air horns & bell
  • First aid kit 
  • Fire extinguishers 
  • Auto & manual bilge pumps 
  • Double lifelines
  • All hatches have screens
  • Nav. instruments
  • General hand tools
  • Hand held spot light
  • Chart Kit , Maine Cruising Guide
  • Class 1 EPIRB

Anchors

  •    33 lb. Bruce claw anchor with 20’of chain 200’ rode 
  •    40 lb. Danforth fluke anchor with chain lead and 1" rode, stored 
 
Dinghy
  •  10’ Avon rigid bottom dingy with 8 HP Yamaha.

Location

Mount Desert Island

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