ABOUT THE MR. COCKTAIL, HULL #41
Awarded “Boat of the Year” by Cruising World Magazine and “Best Cruising Monohull Under 50 Feet” by Sail Magazine, in 2010, the Mr. Cocktail is the First 2011, Catalina 445 Model, to come off the production line in Largo, Fl.
The Catalina 445 incorporates crisp, contemporary styling with the proportions and features that make the Mr. Cocktail comfortable and secure underway and on the hook.
Based on a new hull design with a long waterline and moderate beam and freeboard, the Mr. Cocktail delivers excellent performance in a wide range of conditions. The hull form is optimized to provide the gentle, predictable motion underway, which is so appreciated in other Catalina models. The keel is lead for superior stability.
The accommodations are designed for live-aboard comfort. The owner’s cabin is forward for privacy and optimum ventilation. The guest cabin is aft with a large comfortable double berth, angled for easy access and greater headroom.
To port is an innovative cabin that can easily be converted to whatever your cruising style dictates at the time – sleeping quarters, storage, or a work room with a bench. The galley has the storage and features needed for extended cruising.
The interior is constructed of teak and teak veneers, hand finished with durable clear varnishes, highlighting the natural beauty of fine woods.
CATALINA 445 FACTORY SPECIFICATIONS
Length of Hull
Length of Waterline
Mast Height Above Waterline
Holding Tank Capacity
44’ - 5”
43’ - 3”
38’ - 4”
13’ - 7”
63’ - 10”
5’ - 0”
24, 500 lbs
54 HP Yanmar, 4 Cylinder
1,002 sq ft
2nd Refrigerator/Freezer, 6 kw Panda Genset, (2) Dometic 16,000 btu, Central Air Conditioning & Reverse Cycle Heat Units, Lewmar 6.5 hp Bow Thruster, Washer/Dryer Combo, Aqua Whisper Mini 170 Water Maker, (2) Nature Power 165W Rigid Monocrystalline Solar Panels, Cruising Asymmetrical Spinnaker with Removable Bow Sprit, Selden In-Mast Furling, Electric Main Winch, ST70 Autopilot, 24” HD Raymarine Radome, ST70 Displays (Speed, Depth, Wind)
Copyright @2017 Paul G. Tuennerman