Catalina 275 Sport

The New Flagship of the Sport Series

Building on Catalina’s long history with comfortable, easy to handle performance boats like the Capri 22, the 275 Sport is the evolution of the recreational racer.  This multi-award winner boasts all of the elements of sail handling and control that will provide years of fun, while offering sensible accommodations that make weekending a joy.  The serious racers will want to try their hand at One Design Racing, solo or crewed.

The Catalina 275 Sport starts with a generous and comfortable, ergonomically designed cockpit.  The helmsperson will love the balanced and responsive feel from the tiller, as well as the beautifully positioned sail controls.  Mainsheet, backstay adjuster and traveller are centrally located in the cockpit.  The fractional rig, with self-tacking jib led to a cabintop winch, means that almost anyone can handle jib trim.  Choose the optional furling asymmetrical spinnaker to appreciate the fun of going fast, easily.

The fin keel will get you pointing high, while the high ballast ratio [at 40%] will keep the boat upright.  The plumb bow gives that extra waterline for higher top end speeds, and the moderate freeboard will keep everyone drier than expected for a performance boat.

Below, the 275 Sport feels like a perfect weekender.  The large seating area converts easily to a double berth.  A very large quarterberth provides options for the small family.  A nice galley and an enclosed head round out the cruising comforts.

The standard inboard diesel will get you home fast when the wind isn’t cooperating, and the saildrive unit means less maintenance, and reduced drag.

Catalina has put it all together in the 275 Sport.  A great weekender for a couple or small family, the perfect daysailor for a bigger group, and a lively, fast, fun boat for a short-handed or modest crew to take around the buoys.  Sail one and see what all the excitement is about!

‘Best Recreational Racer’  –  Sailing World 2014

‘Best Boat 2014’  –  Sail Magazine 2014

‘Best Pocket Cruiser’  –  Cruising World 2014

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Standard Equipment


Specifications

Length Overall:8.4 m 27′ 7″
Beam:2.6 m 8′ 6″
Draft - Wing Keel:1.11 m 3′ 8″
Draft - Fin Keel:1.42 m 4′ 8″
Keel Material:Lead
Displacement - Fin Keel:5,000 lbs2,268 kg
Ballast - Fin Keel:2,040 lbs 925 kg

Engine Propulsion

  • Yanmar 2 cylinder 13hp Diesel Saildrive

Electronics & Navigation

  • Steaming, Anchor and Navigation Lights

Sails & Rigging

  • Full Batten Square Top Mainsail with Reef Points
  • Self tacking 100% Jib with UC Protection
  • Low-Stretch Dacron Halyards
  • Ball Bearing Mainsheet System
  • 4 Sheet Stoppers
  • Halyards led aft to Cockpit
  • Headsail Furling Gear
  • Rigid Adjustable Boom Vang

Deck Features

  • Walk Thru Transom
  • Self Bailing Cockpit
  • SS Swim Ladder
  • Molded Anchor Locker
  • Mooring Cleats
  • Cockpit Locker

Accommodations

  • Teak and Holly Laminate Sole
  • Solid Birch Interior Trim
  • Cabin Table
  • Cabin Lighting
  • Private Enclosed Head

Galley

  • Area for optional Stove
  • Stainless Steel Sink
  • Storage Cabinet with Drawer

Plumbing System

  • Self Contained Water System
  • Fresh Water Pump

Electrical

  • 12v Battery
  • 12v Electrical Panel
  • Cabin Lights

Construction

  • Hand Laid Fibreglass Hull
  • One Piece Fibreglass Deck with Molded Non-Skid
  • Lead Keel

Optional Equipment

  • Single Point Lifting Gear
  • Selden Retractable Bow Sprit
  • APC Asymmetrical Sail with Furler
  • Wing Keel
  • Cockpit Cushions
  • Butane Galley Stove
  • Marine Head with Holding Tank and Deck Discharge
  • Colored Hull with White Boot and Sheer Stripes
  • VHF Radio
  • Speed, Depth and Wind Instruments
  • Trailer
  • Cradle
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