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Catalina 50' "Jenny Lane"
 

The Catalina 50 is the largest of all Catalina sailboats and is very well equipped and constructed with the craftsmanship and materials that reflect its premier position in the Catalina line. Both available interiors are finished with hand rubbed varnished teak, light ash trim and high gloss epoxy cabin soles. Counter tops are Corian in the galley and heads. All models are hand laminated and built with cored decks and solid fiberglass hulls. An engineered molded fiberglass sub-sole and structural system incorporates the mast step, shroud anchors, engine and tank enclosures. Mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems are executed for maximum reliability and serviceability. The Catalina 50 offers two 50 gallon fuel tanks (100 gallon fuel capacity) and with 1 gallon per hour fuel consumption allows for up to 100 hours of run time!

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Jenny Lane Charter Package Alpha
3 Day Charter, Bareboat Insurance, Cleaning Fee, Early Board, Club Initiation, 12 months of dues, 2 Single Kayaks

Your Price: $2,710.00 (Does not include fuel)

Pricing summary if you purchased each item one at a time
(Listed in order of above package items): $1,800 + $65 + $85 + $135 + $525 + $300 + $124 = Total Value of $3,034.00

You Save $324.00!

*Charter Package discounts valid one time per customer. Cannot be combined with any other offer.  Prices do not include tax.

Jenny Lane Charter Package Bravo 
5 Day Charter, Bareboat Insurance, Cleaning Fee, Early Board, Club Initiation, 12 months of dues, 2 Single Kayaks

Your Price: $3,515.00 (Does not include fuel)

Pricing summary if you purchased each item one at a time
(Listed in order of above package items): $2,835 + $65 + $85 + $135 + $525 + $300 + $204 = Total Value of $4,149.00

You Save $634.00!

*Charter Package discounts valid one time per customer. Cannot be combined with any other offer. Prices do not include tax.

Jenny Lane Charter Package Charlie
7 Day Charter, Bareboat Insurance, Cleaning Fee, Early Board, Club Initiation, 12 months of dues, 2 Single Kayaks

Your Price: $3,590.00 (Does not include fuel)

Pricing summary if you purchased each item one at a time
(Listed in order of above package items): $3,120 + $65 + $85 + $135 + $525 + $300 + $284 = Total Value of $4,514.00

You Save $924.00!

*Charter Package discounts valid one time per customer. Cannot be combined with any other offer. Prices do not include tax.

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Catalina 50’ (Jenny Lane) Quick Reference Checklist

Top Side

Important:  If you experience a vibration at the helm this is most likely due to the boat running over kelp.  Please engage into reverse (for perhaps as much as 200 feet), then sit in neutral for 10 seconds, then go into forward again.  You may have to repeat in order to free yourself from the kelp.  Make sure you stay in neutral for at least 10 seconds in between reverse and forward.

 

Don’t run boat over 2500 RPM.  If cockpit table leaf on starboard side is up, the throttle shifter will not go past 1500 RPM.

Regarding running rigging, everything runs aft.

At the mast:  Port side, you’ll find spare halyards.  Starboard side, you’ll find all other working halyards & topping lift (Topping lift tends to vibrate in heavy winds.  To quiet this down, ease the rope clutch.  Only do these while at anchorage).  Please use short winch handle for winches on mast.

If mainsail does unfurl easily, release and ease outhaul and reel first, then grab clew and pull with your hands.

Anchoring technique:  Drop and set stern completely and independently with fender attached.  Set bow anchor, then drop back to stern anchor’s fender.  Bow has 300 feet of chain.  Stern has 50 feet of chain and 250 feet of rode.  A good idea is to deploy the dinghy and row over to the stern anchor.

The starboard aft lazarette contains propane tank (Port side is for spare/storage).

Engine is considered “overheating” after 200 degrees.  Always check this, especially within the first five minutes of running the engine.

Black “Stop” Button is the engine kill.  Keep key in the ignition at all times while running the engine.

Down Below

A/C side is everything on shore power.  After departing your slip, turn everything on A/C off. 

Now you’re on D/C (Battery Power).  

Fridge works only when engine is running, unless you’re connected to shore power:  Turn fridge switch ON at control panel, then set timer located directly inboard of fridge door (exists as a back up so water cooled motor doesn’t burn out).

To operate bilge, see note onboard, just above control panel (Bilge #2 always on OFF unless you want to run on manual.  There is no float switch on Bilge # 2)

Three macerator pumps are for 3 holding tanks

Y Valves for forward heads are located in the bow cabins (in clothes cabinet behind a small circle access panel).

Y Valve for starboard and port aft heads is located underneath bed cushion in each cabin.

Direct Discharge Seacocks:   For port forward head is under port cabin bed.  For crew (v-berth) and starboard forward head, it’s located underneath the starboard forward cabin bed.  Both aft cabins, it’s located under the beds.

Y Valve for crew quarters located in Vanity

Port and Starboard Aft Heads goes into it’s own holding tank.

The three forward heads share one large holding tank.

VHF is down below only and at the helm.

To use Radar/GPS, Flip the following to on:  “Instrument” & “Auto Pilot”

For water pressure, use switch on cabin panel and switch under galley sink (at waist level near propane switch).

Tools, flares and extra engine oils are under galley sink in Tool Kit.

To use propane, open valve on propane tank, then locate the switch on the cabin panel and the switch by galley sink.

We suggest buying a block of ice per day per refrigeration unit.  Things down low tend to freeze.  Outboard unit is the freezer.  Inboard unit is the fridge.  Timer insures no burn out.  ONLY USE WHILE ENGINE IS RUNNING.

Winch handles and keys are on aft counter above galley.

Please note that the trash compartment is by the galley sink.

Dry storage can be found forward of the stove

Raw Water Large Intake is on port side, under floorboard.

To see your volts, press “SEL”, on the zantrax digital gauge below control panel

PLEASE, NO TOILET PAPER IS TO BE PU DOWN ANY OF THE HEADS

Anchor Windlass Breaker is the Fuse Breaker switch labeled Windlass located below control panel.

Pump any head at least 20 times after usage to avoid any bad smells (waste will linger in the long hosing if this is not done).  If bad smell occurs, either you have a full holding tank or you are not pumping enough when flushing.

There are four house batteries.  The on/off switch is located directly near boarding steps on starboard side.

The fifth battery is the starter battery, which you want to shut off while at anchorage.  This is located in a small square hatch just outside port aft head door to main salon.

Main water tank is 400 gallons.  Open under main salon/galley.  Two additional 50 gallon tanks (one on each side) are located under floor in forward cabins.  These are the small access areas near the inboard walls.  This totals 500 gallons.

When backing the boat back into it’s home slip, you’ll need to begin the process at least 10 boat lengths out.  If you would like us to dock the boat for you, we are glad to do it.  Please call office or use VHF.

Remember to take your shore power cord, fenders and dock lines with you.

 

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