Latitude is a beautifully updated 1989 Catalina 30 Mark II with a shoal draft of only 3' 10". The Catalina 30 is the most popular 30' boat ever built. As Jack Hornor writes in a BoatUS review "Consider that you could combine the production of ten of the most popular 30' model sailboats built in the US over the last 25 years and still not approach the number of Catalina 30s built."
She's easy to single hand with all lines led back to the cockpit. There's also plenty of room for four to six in the cockpit for a nice afternoon lunch meeting on the water.
Sail Latitude on your own schedule to several tropical destinations along the Florida Sun Coast or stay local and enjoy sailing in Sarasota Bay and our amenities at the dock! Book now & get your 5th-Day-FREE
Captained and bareboat charters depart from this premier location on beautiful Sarasota Bay. The Gulf of Mexico is easily accessible through Longboat Pass to the north or Big Sarasota Pass to the south. Longboat Key, Siesta Key, Lido Key, Bradenton, Tampa Bay, and the quaint coastal town of Venice are all nearby. Choose your trip length and we can recommend locations to meet your expectations.
All sailboat equipment, including rigging is in great condition.
•26hp Universal diesel
•New main sail and 130% genoa
•Harken roller furling genoa
•Garmin color chartplotter/gps/bottomsounder
•Marine head and shower. Hot water heater
•Sleeps six in: v-berth, quarterberth, and salon (best with 2-4 people)
•Propane stove. A/C-D/C refrigerator
•Fully equipped galley.
•Linens also provided.
•Charts, safety equipment, binoculars
•Stereo w/iPod port, 15" LCD TV, DVD
•8' Walker Bay dinghy ($10/day)
Great boat. Chuck was great and very helpful. Thank you
We had a great experience renting Chuck's Catalina. Over 4 days, we were able to sail around Sarasota, Longboat Key, Egmont Key, Tampa Bay, and the Manatee River. We anchored at Mar Vista, snorkeled close to dolphins, etc.
The family of 4 is looking forward to another trip on "Latitude". With an extra day, we'd be able to go South to Venice and Boxa Grande. Next time!