Mirage is a Catalina 320.
She is a great combination of affordability, ease of sailing and usable
space. Mirage is a two owner boat with the current owner having
maintained her well and has equipped her for cruising since 2012.
Current owner has priced her aggressively as he has decided to make a
move to a Trawler. Don't miss your opportunity to set sail on MIRAGE!
Stainless Steel Cleats (2) 10 inch Forequarter, (2) 10 inch stern
Stainless Steel 4 step ladder (transom)
Helm Seat - elevated
Self Bailing Cockpit
Aft Deck Shower
Stainless Steel Bow Rails 1/8 Coverage
Perkins M-30 Engine 1993 - 1604 hours
Fresh Water Cooling
Racor Fuel Filter
Internal Sea Strainer
Engine Hour Meter
SAILS AND RIGGING
is well equipped with Sails. She has two original sails that are in
excellent condition as well as a set of Lead Sails. You are ready for
all wind conditions with the 110 genoa, the 135 genoa, as well as the
155 genoa. She also comes with a whisker pole and a spinnaker pole. The
spinnaker is a 3/4 ounce heavy air sail. This is a great boat for the
amateur racer or the coastal cruiser.
Rigging - Full
Winches - Lewmar
Boom Vang - stainless
Wire Standing Rigging
Cruise and Race Equipped
Schaefer - Extruded Aluminum Roller Furling
4 Self Tailing Winches
Bottom Painted - February 2018
Hull Color - White
Canvas Color - Blue
Starting aft from her
sugar scoop stern you can see the large 4 step boarding ladder. This
design makes it easy to get out of the water to the cockpit. There is a
set of Weaver snap davits here to facilitate an Avon Dinghy. To port and
starboard are a set of push pit seats complete with cushions. The
entire is roomy and designed for both a racing mind set as well as a
cruising couple. There is a lovely varnished teak cockpit table forward
of the helm and there is a lazerette under the port side seating area.
All of the winches are self tailing making it easier to short hand the
boat. A set of rope clutches on both port and starboard side keep your
halyards and other lines organized. Stepping down into the cabin, you
notice that it feels like a larger boat. This is due to both the
generous 9 beam as well as the efficient use of space. The galley is to
port at the bottom of the steps. To starboard you have the entrance to
the aft master cabin. This stateroom has an extremely large double berth
as well as two shelves, two drawers and a hanging locker. There is
storage underneath the berth as well. Just forward of the aft stateroom
is the head. The head is large for a 32 footer and includes a shower as
well as ample storage. To port and forward of the galley is the
navigation station and the electrical panel. There is a long settee
forward of that. The dinette is forward of the head and across from the
long settee. The dinette drops down to form a large bunk for 2 people.
Towards the bow is another cabin. It has a v-berth and storage drawers.
The forward cabin can be opened up with a set of panels that drop into
the bulkhead giving her owner two nice options on privacy or openness of
The Company offers the
details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the
accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A
buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such
details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject
to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.