Used Wildcat 35 MKII Catamaran For Sale
KARUNA

SOLD! (08/03)

OTHER WILDCAT 35 MODEL INFORMATION & IMAGES


Boat Name:  KARUNA
Model Year:  2002
Wildcat Hull #:  66
Model:  Wildcat 35 MKII
Builder:  Charter Cats SA
Price US($):  $169,000
Location:  2HDock
L.O.A.:  34' 06"
Mast Height off Deck::  43' 06"
Beam:  21’ 03”
Boom:  15’ 01”
Draft:  3’ 03”
L.W.L:  34' 05"
Bridgedeck Length:  10'
Engine(s):  2 x Volvo MD2020
Staterooms:  4
Heads:  2
Sail area:  832 sqft.
Headroom:  6’ 06”
Fuel Capacity:  2 x 35 gal
Water Capacity:  2 x 65 gal
Displacement:  11,000 lbs.
Designer:  Jeff Schoening

LAYOUT & ACCOMMODATIONS:
Saloon:
Seating for 8 around large oak table, gray leather upholstery
12 Volt Deep 40 lt
Freezer
Oak trim
2 X Hella turbo fans
4 X halogen lights with dimmer and individual switches
110 outlet, and 3X 12volt outlets
Large storage area under seating

Galley:
4 X gas burner with fiddles
Oven with rotisserie, and toaster
Stainless steel sink
Good quality cookware included (pots, pans, knives) 
Polycarb glasses
Dishes, bowls, and coffee mugs
LOTS of storage, including pull out shelves
12 volt fan

Cabins:
2 X king (6’4 ft long) 
2X queen (6’ 10 long) 
All have forward facing hatches for ventilation, and 12 volt hella turbo fans
1 cabin light for each
Engines under rear beds with good access from top and front cupboard doors
Large hanging cabinets in Queen cabins, and very large storage on sides
2 X cupboards in Kings, with shelves, and hanging cabinet in Heads
Book shelving in Kings, and small nightstand in Queens

Heads:
Jabsco manual heads, sink, soap holders, shower/sink tap with hot and cold water
Automatic shower pumps
Hatches for ventilation
Holding tank on port hull

Hulls:
Port;
Nav. Station / workbench
Tool storage
Chart storage
Manual bilge pump and automatic 1500 gph
Gun safe
Oak trim keeps everything on counters when sailing
Handhold for stairs
Red LED nav light, and white light

Starboard;
Lots of cupboards and storage
Light
Manual and electric bilge pumps
Oak trim

Floors:
All floors are teak and holly
The rest of the boat is a light colored oak
(walls, cabinet doors, and trim)

SAILS & RIGGING:
Sails:
Fully battened 10 oz Dacron Mainsail (43 sq/m), with Stack-pack, made by Quantum Sails
On a Harken traveler with modified stainless steel cleats on targa bar
33 sq/m Genoa, Profurl roller furling
160% furling Screecher Sail, on pole in front of Genoa, with stabilizing lines. (also profurl system)  lines led outboard of stays, to aft corners of the vessel

ELECTRONICS & NAVIGATION:
Autohelm ST5000, wind, depth and speed logs
2 X Garmin GPS 76, integrated into autohelm
Raymarine Radar
5 X Deltec deep cycle 100 AMP hour batteries and 2X 65 amp hour starting batteries
110-volt shore power and plugs in each cabin, 2X in Salon, and nav station
1750 Prowatt inverter with remote switch
110 volt Battery Charger for shore power
VHF at nav. Station and another in cockpit
Sony Hf receiver
Handheld icom M2A VHF
Maxwell Electric windless

ELECTRICAL & MECHANICAL:
4X 75 watt Siemens Solar Panels, with smart regulator
JVC Stereo w/12 disk CD shuttle, and Aux imput for computer
GlobalFix EPIRB with built in GPS

Engines:
2 X  Volvo MD2020  with automatic bleeding injectors
2 X primary water bulb trapping fuel filters along with standard Volvo fuel filters
12 spare filters for each, along with 12 spare oil filters
5 extra impellers
2 X 35 gallon diesel tanks (one per engine)
Fuel pump for easy filter changes

Plumbing:
2 X 70 gal. Water tanks up forward
10 gallon hot water, heated by engines or shore power
Hot and cold in both heads and galley

Steering:
Hydraulic steering integrated with autopilot, emergency tiller, connects to both rudders (rudders are connected by large stainless bar, hydraulic ram drives on starboard side)

Safety:
8 person life raft
2 X horseshoe throwables, one with automatic light
Danbouy
New sets of hand Flares
Ditch canister with flares, rations, mirror, flashlight
8 X life vests
Lifelines on both sides and front
6 X Harness with leashes, and deck lines running to the bow

DECK & HULLS:
Construction:
Quadraxial fiberglass, balsa core, vacuum bagged

Deck:
2 X Lewmar self-tailing winches
All lines lead to winches, with Spinlock clamps for each line
Plastimo Offshore Compass with cover
2 X Trampolines, nylon coated
2 X water 2 X diesel fill
Inlets
Electric windless with 50 meters of chain, 50 meters of extra line
Cleat for safety line, and anchor harness up front
35 lbs Bruce anchor on front, with 40 lbs CQR in anchor locker
6 X fenders
5 X mooring lines
14 opening hatches; one per state room, 4 in Salon,
3 side windows per hull, 2 in rear state room above dive platform,  including fly hatches for all
Polycarb wrap around windows in the salon with Sunshade
Custom built stainless helm seat for two people (very nice)
Stainless targa bar; modified davits and added cleats for improved function
Including lifting gear for dinghy
Dive platform, with swim ladder and deck shower on port side
Gas powered BBQ

Cockpit:
3 X cockpit lockers, 2 on dive platform, and one in cockpit,
Teak Cockpit table
2 X line bags
3 X storage bags
Coleman cooler box
Dinghy: New Crusader 3.6 meter dingy, with self draining cockpit
New Yamaha 15 hp outboard
Lock, pump and repair kit

OTHER:
Everything bought for the boat will stay on, include all cruising books, charts, fishing gear, binoculars, cutlery, towels, sheets, beanbags, and the list goes on…

Tools:
Everything from hammers, alen keys, soldering iron, screwdrivers, oil pump, and a lot more spare pieces and tools so all repairs can be made out at sea, ie. The boat is ready for cruising anywhere in the world.

COMMENTS:
Wildcats are designed to handle some of the toughest waters in the world (i.e. South Africa).  The sail from Durban to Cape Town gave us a glimpse of what that is.  Off East London in 40+ knots, we were cruising well; averaging over 8 knots, top speed of over 15 knots surfing!  The boat handled great, and was very comfortable in seas pushing over 15 ft.  One of my crew owns a new Moorings 4700 and wanted more cat sailing before taking his family on their new boat in New Zealand.  He was very impressed by this 35 ft. cat.  Mostly on how well she sails, but also on the layout.  Most people cannot believe that a 35 ft cat can be so spacious, and are very impressed when they come aboard.  Also the aft seating outside the cockpit are great when sailing or at anchor.  There is a safety line for the front seating, for anyone looking to enjoy the trampolines when sailing.  Many improvements have gone into this boat, and took many months to complete after the Aug. 2002 launch.  Such things as a dingy engine mount for long passages do not come from the factory, but had to have one made after launch.

Other recommendations came from many delivery skippers, who sailed from Durban to such places as Bombay, Australia, Europe, and California.  A great cruising boat, there are at least 8 that are circumnavigating currently. 

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