The 375 builds on Catalina’s reputation for big, comfortable cockpits, easy sail handling systems, and lots of stowage. The hull lines combine that distinctive Catalina style with a more contemporary look handling systems, and lots of stowage. The hull lines combine that distinctive Catalina style with a more contemporary look.
The 40-horsepower Yanmar diesel, three-blade fixed prop, large rudder, and fin keel all combine to provide precise control under power. Slowing down and backing and pivoting our boat into a slip was as easy as you’d want it to be in a tight marina.
The galley counter top is angled to provide a little extra room. The long, straight settee on the port side is plenty long enough to stretch out on, and the large hinged dining table retracts out of the way and is stored on the main bulkhead. The nav station, with a full-sized chart table.
Over all, the saloon space is both airy and inviting. Forward cabin with a large opening hatch makes an ideal master cabin. The partial walk-around bunk is adult-sized, and there is plenty of stowage in cabinets. The aft has enough room for a large double berth. Big head with a large shower stall. The accommodation plan works well.
The boat is loaded with 6 berths, VHF radio, autopilot, GPS, Radar, Knot meter, wind speed, wind-point, self-tailing winches, roller furling main, cd player, dvd player, external speakers, flat screen tv, stove, shower, cockpit cushions, and swim ladder.
This is the perfect boat for a catalina trip with friends and family.