Wildcat 350 Catamaran Manufacturer Specifications - 8 June 1999

 

LOA 34'06" / 10.5M
BOA 23'00" / 7M
DRAFT 3'03" / 1M
DISPLACEMENT 11,000 lbs. / 5000 KG
SAIL AREA 832 sq ft / 77 sq mt
MAST HEIGHT 43'06" / 14.5M
BOOM 15'01" / 4.6M
HEADROOM HULLS 6'06" / 2M
CONSTRUCTION
Quadriaxial fiberglass, balsacore & orthophtalic polyester resin with isophtalic resin below waterline for osmosis protection (per designer specs.), anti-skid molded into decks and coachroof
ENGINES
2 9.9HP 4 stroke Honda, Johnson or Mariner outboard engines controlled from helm, located in pods under the dive platform allowing protection from swamping and ease of raising by block and tackle system with heavy duty alternators (10 Amp rated)
270 Litres Diesel tank with shut off valve and copper fuel lines
ELECTRICS
200 AMP Hour battery for house
90 AMP Hour battery for starting
Distribution panel located at the Nav station for 12V and 110V power circuits
12 Volt circuits include main breaker, 18 breakers 5-15 AMP, and combined digital meter
110 Volt circuits include volt meter and main breaker with GFI (earth leak)
LIGHTS
2 forward cabins each with one fluorescent light on bulkhead
2 heads, each with one overhead fluorescent light
2 Aft cabins - each with one fluorescent light on bulkhead
Galley - 1 fluorescent light located below overhead cupboard
Saloon - 3 overhead down lighters on dimmer swith and 2 fitted reading lamps
Navigation station - 1 fluorescent light below overhead cupboard
Steaming, deck and compass lights
Anchor light & running lights
INTERIOR APPOINTMENTS
2 Forward Cabins
1.55 x 2 meter berths - 1 each
Hanging lockers - 1 each
Cupboards and bookshelf - 1 each
Ceiling liners finished in white GRP moulds and white vinyl with oak trims
Tube fluorescent light - 1 each
Bulkheads and partitioning in oak veneer
Heads
2 En-suite heads with telephone showers forward of the forward cabins, with large wet locker-storage area
Tube fluorescent light - 1 each in heads
2 Aft Cabins
1.44 x 2.00 meter beds - 1 each
Large locker units with sliding doors - 1 each
Shelves at foot of each berth (saildrive yachts only)
Flourescent light - 1 each
Large overhead hatch and opening port - 1 each
Saloon
Seats 8 for comfortable formal dining or just lounging
Surrounding acrylic tinted windows give an open, airy feeling
2 large forward hatches provide ventilation
Large 4 panel armored glass sliding cockpit door for convenient outdoor/indoor living
3 Counter sunk lights in ceiling with dimmers
2 Fitted reading lamps
Galley
4 burner propane counter-top stove
3 cupboards above sink, large 3m cupboards on inside of hull with sliding doors
Sink with draining board, hot & cold pressurized water system
The galley is a one piece unit allowing for ease of cleaning. All corners are rounded to create a safe, easily maintained, working environment
Navigation Station
Chart table with 3 cupboards plus 3 meter cupboard with sliding doors the length on nav. Area plus overhead cupboards with 1 fluorescent light located beneath
Ample room for the electric panels and electronics
Upholstery
The saloon, forward and aft cabins are upholstered in materials to be selected by owners with a $10.00 per sq. meter allowance
Plumbing & Heads
Pressurized fresh water
2 Manual bilge pumps
All through-hulls are protected with ball valves
2 electric pumps in heads sump
SAILS
33 sq/m Genoa & Hardware - 7.8 oz Dacron Genoa; Genoa tracks, winches, cars, deck organizers, and jammers located on coach roof
43 sq/m Mainsail & Hardware - Fully battened 10 oz. Dacron Mainsail; Harken or Lewmar Mainsail sheet double traveler with car and controls for stoppers; curved heavy duty track; three reefing points; adjustable topping lift; All lines led through jammers on the coach roof for ease of shorthanded sailing.
MAST & RIGGING
Mast - Deck mounted anodized or painted aluminum alloy extrusion; 14.5 m. single spreader Frers mast; All halyards are internal; Conduit for all wiring; Wired with combo steaming/deck light and anchor light;
Boom - Anodized aluminum or painted alloy extrusion; Welded in 4 sheaves box per out haul reefing lines;
Standing Rigging - One forestay; Two sidestays; Stays consist of swaged terminals on 1X19 stainless steel wire with open turnbuckles;
Running Rigging - Main halyard 2, 1 with a headboard shackle; Topping lift doubles as a spare halyard; One pair of Dacron Genoa sheets; One Genoa halyard; One spinnaker halyard;
DECK FITTINGS & EQUIPMENT
Front Beam - Forestay and Bridle - The front beam is an aluminum compression member that supports the forestay bridle, with walkway from forward hatch to front beam with two trampolines
Fairleads - 2 forward
Mooring Cleats - 2 on cross beam; 2 on outside forward hull; 2 amidships outside hull; 2 aft outside hull; 2 aft on diving platform;
Stanchions - 4 stainless steel stanchionc with double wire per side
Trampolines - 2 x plastic coated nylon trampolines
Opening Hatches 8 - 2 in saloon; 2 in heads; one per state room; all complete with fly screens and all can be used as escape hatches except head;
Windows - plexiglass in saloon; six opening ports with fly screens;
Chain plates - 316 stainless steel bolted into primary reinforcements
Steering Gear - Stainless steel destroyer type wheel linked to two balanced rudders linked by hydraulic system; accomodation for emergency steering
Deck Fill Inlets - Fresh water and feul
Deck lockers - one in bow and one in cockpit