Used Wildcat 350

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Yacht Name


Year Built / Model Year





 Wildcat 350


 Charter Cats SA


 Clear Lake, TX



Draft Min/Max



 11,000 lbs.


 2x Volvo MD2020 20hp diesel with saildrives


 4 doubles


 4 private


 2 with showers

Fuel Capacity/ Tank Material

 69 gallons / plastic

Fresh Water Capacity/ Tank Material

 69 gallons / plastic



Mast Hgt. Off Deck


Total Sail Area

 832 square feet main+genoa


 Jeff Schionning

Layout & Accommodations:
4 private double cabins
each cabin has fan, light, shelves or cabinets, hooks, opening portlight
4 large Lewmar opening hatches, with insect screens, one per stateroom
settee area can sleep two people on couches plus two more on air mattresses
one cabin has removable child safety gate
brand new green carpeting throughout the boat with nonskid backing
roll of spare carpet sufficient to recarpet the entire boat

dual-tank propane system with 20-pound maintenance-free aluminum tank
4-burner propane stove with gas sniffer
1 propane flash water-heater with gas sniffer
seamless molded counter with sink and draining board
Lewmar opening hatch over the stove, with insect screen
hot and cold pressurized water
many storage cupboards
12v 140L fridge, including 22L freezer, has connections for cooling fans
600W microwave oven
120V GFCI outlet
tilt/swivel fan

Electronics & Navigation:
fixed-mount VHF radio with shakesspeare masthead whip antenna
AM/FM/CD player with speakers in salon
Autohelm ST5000+ hydraulic autopilot, with rudder indicator and remote control
Autohelm ST50 wind
Autohelm ST50 tridata
Furuno 1621 mkII 2KW 16nm radar, radome at spreaders
Standard LH-5 hailer with speaker at spreaders
Interphase SeaScout forward- and downward-scanning sonar
Garmin 225D GPS chartplotter with 16-color 640x480 display and DGPS
radar, sonar, GPS, and autopilot all interfaced via NMEA
all instruments other than the GPS are viewable/usable at the helm
steering compass at helm
there is one depthfinder in each hull - makes it easy to stay in a channel
sintered bronze underwater ground plane for use by an SSB

Mechanical& Electrical:
2 Volvo MD2020 20hp inboard diesels with 120SE saildrives, ~540 hours each
premium three-blade folding propellers, which have FULL reversing power
spare three-blade fixed propeller
engines are freshwater cooled
raw water intake is through the saildrive legs, uses no thru-hulls
2 oversized Groco engine intake strainers
2 Fram 1-micron filter/separators, one each engine, with shutoff valves
Racor vacuum gauges attached to each Fram filter, indicates filter condition
exhaust systems are baffled for quiet running and anti-siphon
many spare oil filter elements, fuel filter elements, belts, hoses, impellers
2 new 5-gallon diesel jerry-jugs
hydraulic steering system, new hydraulic lines with all stainless fittings
adjustable-effort hydraulic helm with stainless "destroyer" type wheel
tons of tools and spares of every kind

110VAC electrical system with GFCI outlets in cabins, galley, nav, and salon
12V electrical system, all circuits on breakers, digital voltmeter
200A main breaker
200A digital ammeter, 0.1A resolution, monitoring house-bank activity
Prosine 1800W pure-sine-wave inverter with power-saver mode and remote display
TrueCharge 40A shore-power charger with temp sensor and remote display
shore/off/inverter switch with voltage display and central GFCI
standard 30A marinco shore-power jack with 25' and 50' cords
galvanic isolator
4 Lifeline (premium) 205AH AGM batteries in single house bank with cutoff
2 Lifeline 90AH AGM engine starting batteries with isolation circuit
off/starting/both/house switches select engine cranking power source
cranking circuits have 150A breakers
2 90A continuous-duty alternators with smart 3-state Ample Power regulator
maximum alternator output is reached at 2500 rpm
2 55-watt Siemens solar panels, regulated, breakered, amp/volt gauges
3 12V cigarette-lighter outlets: nav, salon, helm

Deck & Hulls:
quadraxial fiberglass
balsa-core with isophthalic resin below waterline for osmosis protection
underwater treatment with 'Nomosis' impermeable epoxy
light, strong construction makes for a very fast boat
four-coat ablative bottom paint applied 09/1999, touched up 04/2000
all decks and coachroof have molded anti-skid coating
huge, comfortable cockpit seating with backrest
swivel helmsman's chair, adjustable height, adjustable distance from helm
8 Lewmar opening portlights
9 Lewmar opening hatches: one in galley, two in setee, one each cabin and head
molded "sugar-scoop" reverse transoms for easy boarding from dock or water
telescoping swim ladders on each transom
grab-rails on cabin sides
2 5'x6' trampolines forward with catwalk in-between
targa bar over the stern holds solar panels on top, dinghy below
dive platform on the stern
2 pulpits and 2 pushpits
rail-mounted stainless propane grill on stern pushpit
hard gelcoat resists chalking

Sails & Rig:
custom single-spreader aluminum mast with awlgrip finish
316SS standing rigging
2 Lewmar ST40 winches with 10" aluminum locking handles
2 Lewmar 4-sheave deck organizers and 2 4-line XT rope clutches
all halyards, sheets, and reefing lines lead to clutches and winches
fully-battened mainsail with lazy-jack system and stack-pack
mainsail has three integrated reefing points
genoa with Profurl maintenance-free furler, can be reefed any size
storm jib
Quantum tri-radial genniker (aka flasher) with sock (aka stasher), brand new
flag halyard

48-pound 316 stainless plow on locking bow roller, 20' chain plus 250' 3/4"
Fortress FX-23 aluminum anchor on locking bow roller, 20' chain plus 250' 3/4"
44-pound steel Bruce anchor, 20' chain plus 200' 5/8"
all anchors are attached to rodes via high-strength stainless swivels
all rodes are marked every 30'
bow spar has welded horn cleats for attaching an anchor bridle
black anchor-ball with rigging for hoisting on the spinnaker halyard

full hot and cold water circuits to five sinks: galley, aft cabins, and heads
3.8GPM fresh-water pump with strainer, press. switch and 1-gal accumulator
2 whale manual bilge pumps, drawing from midships bilges
2 Rule 500GPH pumps with float switches, drawing from head bilges
2 Rule 1000GPH pumps with electronic sensors, drawing from midships bilges
2 Rule 2000GPH pumps with electronic sensors, drawing from engine-room bilges

molded semi-circular seating with removable cushions, storage underneath
padded ceiling liner, lots of room for expansion wiring in the cieling
5 recessed halogen down-lights with dimmers
2 halogen floodlights
glass/aluminum sliding entrance doors for a spacious, airy atmosphere
two large square Lewmar opening hatches, with insect screens
two two-part large fixed windows, tinted Lexan
very large but moveable wooden drop-side table
matching clock and barometer/hygrometer/thermometer
12V outlet for TV/VCR
120V GFCI outlet

2 full heads with marine toilets
heads double as enclosed showers
2 Lewmar 7"x7" opening hatches, one per head
2 15-gallon flexible holding tanks, one per head
2 Jabsco head discharge Y valves with locks
all head plumbing is premium semi-flexible non-permeable PVC hose
all head intakes and outlets are above the waterline to eliminate seacocks
head intakes have strainers and siphon-preventers

4 watertight crash bulkheads: each bow and stern
encased mini-keels
this boat has inherent buoyancy, so it cannot sink
full USCG safety gear
ACR 406Mhz EPIRB with water-activated deployment bracket
Davis deluxe radar reflector
Mobri radar reflector
4 dry fire extinguishers
2 halon systems with alarms, each engine room
handheld VHF
emergency sail-repair and hull-repair kits
emergency towing bridle
emergency tiller
2 USCG white horseshoe floats with brackets
2 Forespar floating MOB strobes
2 throw-ropes hung on aft safety lines
360-degree lifelines, netted for safety/children/pets
lightning protection system with masthead dissipator
premium 140-cone series drogue with bridle, meets USCG specs, hurricane-grade
note the hefty bilge-pump capacity listed under 'Plumbing'
copious ground tackle, see below

This boat was purchased new in 1999 after a 7000-mile break-in/delivery voyage across the Atlantic from the factory in South Africa. It was taken to the Galveston, Texas area, where the owner spent a year very thoroughly debugging it and fitting it out for comfort and long-term cruising. Within a week of the boat's first birthday, the owner and his wife came to the reluctant conclusion that the wife is physically unable to handle the sails of any sailboat large enough to cruise on. Consequently, they desire to sell the boat as soon as possible and buy a motorboat instead, despite the vast amount of time and money spent making this into a perfect cruising catamaran. This is a rare opportunity to save a bundle on a like-new boat that is completely ready to cruise. The present owners have priced the boat to sell quickly, because they really want to buy a motorboat and get back on the water.

As this list of features indicates, no expense has been spared outfitting the boat for comfort and safety. Furthermore, all the equipment is brand new or nearly new, having hardly been used at all except for some day-sailing in Galveston Bay. The boat was just hauled 04/2000 for a complete moisture survey and bottom-paint touch-up.

The hull itself is light and strong, and very elegantly designed. Due to the high strength of quadraxial glass and 3/4" balsa coring, the hull sides are so strong they feel like a solid wall. The whole boat can stand comfortably on its keels while hauled out, or when simply run up on the beach for the night. Sailing performance is excellent due to the light weight and smooth hulls, even with the moderate load of cruising equipment currently on-board. For racing, the load can be quickly reduced by removing half the  house battery bank, and offloading the drogue and some ground tackle; the huge sail area makes this a formidable race boat. Catamarans have no hull speed limit; the present owner has gotten the boat up to 12.5 knots on a beam reach in 25 knots of wind. The speed and the space make this an excellent cruising boat: on her delivery voyage across the Atlantic, 180-200 miles a day was a commonplace.

There are acres of deck space topsides, with wide enough decks to set up lounge chairs. The interior is similarly spacious, with four whole double staterooms, all private, any of which can be assigned to cargo stowage. The big cockpit/setee area amidships lends itself readily to any social occasion.The boat has brand new carpeting and cushion-covers throughout, with lots of spare material for the future.

Details are thought to be reliable but are not guaranteed. 
Offer subject to change, prior sale and tax when applicable.
2000 2Hulls, Inc

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