For Sale


1984 Catalina 30


At anchor in Echo Bay, Sucia Island (2007) (Showing Old Dodger, Genoa, Cockpit Tent and Sail Cover)


Kyrie is Sold!!!

Thank You Jeff and Beth!

Fair Winds!

Note:  Kyrie Is Now In Everett!!


The Catalina 30 is the world's most popular 30 foot sailboat, with over 6,000 sold.  Kyrie is number 3499 of the line, and well equipped for sailing and cruising in the Pacific Northwest.  She has an amazing amount of room down below and has kept my family comfortable and safe during the five years we've owned her.  We've day sailed, casually raced,  and cruised over Puget Sound, the San Juan and Gulf Islands during that time and she's never let us down.  We've had Orcas 50 feet off our stern, Porpoises off the bow, and Gray whales in the distance.  We've sailed her to Seattle for the fireworks, Sidney BC for the summer street fair, and across the Sound to Kingston for dinner.  We've anchored in quiet coves, and visited the interesting small towns in the area.  We've drifted along in light air, and had exhilarating surfs down the face of waves during rougher weather. If you are looking for a fully capable sailing/cruising boat for the PNW waters, at a reasonable price, take a look at Kyrie.

Catalina Yachts is arguably the most successful U.S. sailboat manufacturer ever.  You can still get direct support from them here:

A large, independent support infrastructure exists for the boat.  

You can get parts directly from Catalina Yachts and here:

There is a large online community here:

Here are some reviews:

There are a lot of Catalina 30s out there, and Kyrie has many advantages over the rest of them.

More pictures below

Builder: Catalina
Designer: Butler

LOA: 30'
Beam: 10'10"
LWL: 25
Maximum Draft: 5'3" fin
Displacement: 10350
Ballast: 4350

Engine HP: 21
Engine Model: M-25 Universal Diesel

Fresh Water Tanks: 48
Fuel Tanks: 18
Holding Tanks: 18


Sails & Sail Handling
  • Main w/ two reef points & cover  (2004)
  • 135% Genoa with Sunbrella (2007)
  • 150% Genoa with Sunbrella (fair condition)
  • Hood roller furling
  • Garhauer traveler  (2008)
  • Garhauer rigid boom vang (2008)
  • Jiffy reefing
  • Aluminum spreader retrofit  (Original spreaders are wood)


Electronics & Electrical System
  • Coastal Navigator Depth Finder
  • Knotmeter
  • VHF
  • Stereo
  • Battery charger
  • 3 12 volt batteries (2 deep cycle)  All replaced 9/2010
  • 110 volt shore power w/ cord


Galley & Head
  • Gimbled two burner stove/oven
  • Microwave
  • Refrigerator/Icebox
  • Hot/Cold Pressure water
  • Macerator Pump
  • Propane BBQ
  • Shower
  • Teak Shower Grate
  • All sanitary hoses changed in 2006

Engine Room
  • Universal Model 25 Diesel (2500 hrs)
  • Racor Secondary Fuel Filter
  • PYI Shaft Seal (2010)
  • Stainless prop shaft (2010)
  • 3 Blade Fixed Prop
  • Spare 2 Blade Fixed Prop
  • Fresh Water Cooled with 3" heat exchanger


  • Dodger
  • Sail Cover
  • Teak Boarding Ladder Steps
  • Side Boarding Ladder
  • Cockpit Table
  • Diesel Heat
  • Perch Seats
  • Dorade Vents
  • Cockpit Cushions
  • Windowed hatch doors
  • New Bottom Paint in 2009 (Trinidad SR)
  • Fluorescent Cabin Lights
  • Cockpit Tent

U.S.C.G. Safety Gear

  • Manual horn
  • Flares
  • Life Jackets
  • 22lb Delta Anchor with 50' chain and 200' Nylon Rode
  • Fenders
  • Fire extinguishers (2)
  • Electric and manual bilge pump
  • Lifesling
  • Double lifelines (2009)


Moving Nicely: under Main (2004) and 130 Genoa (2007)


New Dodger, Jib, and Main Sail Cover in 2008

Bow seat, Delta Anchor with 50' of chain and 200' of rode                                                                                                                                   Garhauer rigid boom vang (2008)

Dorade Vents and Garhauer Traveler (2008) ((It's just water making the funny patterns on the hatch top)                                                                                                                       Perch Seats, Wheel Steering, Teak boarding ladder, Lifesling, Autopilot


Lines led aft with hinged, windowed doors  Depth and Knot meters

Large V-Berth with custom step and Diesel heater                                                                                       Large Head with Shower

Starboard berth with flourescent cabin lighting                                                                                                                                                        Port Dinette folds down into double berth

Large Quarter Berth and Navigation Station                                                                     Large gallery with double stainless sinks, propane stove and oven, Microwave, and icebox/refrigerator


Location: Everett, Washington


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