"Ariel's Wings"

For Sale

Catalina 30 (1986)

Ariel’s Wings’ is a very clean, self-contained, easy to manage, reliable vessel.

She holds many happy memories of trips and adventures to the Gulf islands, Desolation Sound, and the Sunshine Coast; has seen harsh weather and soft sunshine, Grizzly Bears and Whales.

‘Ariel’, known as the angel of nature, oversees the protection and healing of animals and plants, and the Earth's elements: water, wind, and fire.

This Catalina is truly blessed and has a lot of adventures left in her.

Ariel's Wings Specifications

Sloop Rigged
Length Overall - 29 ft., 11 in.
Length at Waterline - 25 ft.
Beam Measure - 10 ft. 10 in.
Fin Keel
Draft - 5 ft., 3 in.
Fuel Tank Capacity - 18 gal.
Fuel Tank Material - Aluminum
Holding Tank Capacity - 15 gal.
2 Water Tanks Capacity - 20 gal.
Sails - Main & Genoa


- Inboard Direct Drive,
- Universal Model 5411, 20 hp Diesel
- Hours unknown


- Setup comfortably for 4 to 5
- Large split V-Berth cabin with accordion door, with storage under.
- Moving aft, to the port side is the Head. On the starboard side is a hanging locker and chest of drawers for additional storage

Main Salon

- Fold up table-dinette that converts to a double berth
- Settee modified to improve usability, converts to a single berth.
- Aft starboard side and partially under the cockpit is another double berth.
- Upgraded lighting and mirrors; roomy feeling interior, over six-foot cabin height

Main Hatch

- Double, swinging, removable, tinted plexi-glass doors to main hatch.
- Bug screens for main and various other hatches, as well as the original wooden hatch doors are available for more options.


- 3 Burner gimbaled propane stove
- Ice Box
- 12V Refrigerator, (also makes ice)
- Hot water (shore power, engine heat exchanger or from Wabasto central furnace.
- Separate faucet in sink to draw salt water via foot pump from through-hull.

- Manual Head
- Shower
- Taps and Sink
- Head plumbed to optionally draw water from sink to flush fresh water, or salt water from through-hull.

- Standard wheel helm (manual/auto)
- Vessel can be entirely controlled from within single handed.
- Custom made folding flip-open table to seat 4. Stows neatly on binnacle

- Manual bilge pump

Central Heating System
 Thermostatically controlled Wabasto diesel furnace (located in aft port cockpit locker)
provides radiant heat through 3 blower outlets throughout the cabin at floor level in Main Cabin, V-Berth and Head

- JRC 1500 MkII Radar
- Raymarine S1 Auto Pilot
- Horizon Depth Sounder


- 30A Shore power w/Cord
20A adapter cable & 3 prong adapter
- 1500W Inverter, 3 way battery charger
- Wired for 120 with outlets throughout the vessel via shore power hookup.

- Four 6V golf cart house batteries, (bank 1)
one 12V marine backup (bank 2)
- Separate voltage gauges for each bank.
- Intelligent NEXT STEP alternator regulator
- 90A Alternator
- Note: This system enables above average system use while anchored out, without having to charge with the engine, including use of  the Wabasto Furnace/Water Heater

Main Sheet Traveler

- A flat, sturdy custom built flat traveler has been installed in place of the curved stock version. This allows repositioning of the sheet block without having to ease the main.

Deck & Rigging

- Danforth anchor w/50ft. chain, 120 ft. rode
- Spare Danforth in aft port locker
- Two large #40 Lewmar self-tailing winches
- Two #16 Lewmar self-tailing winches
- Full cockpit enclosure, dodger/bimini

- Dusty
- Auto bilge pump
- Compass for auto helm
- Access to engine oil drain

 - Squamish Harbor Authority
 (mostly) Fresh water!
Excellent community
Moorage transferable to new owner.

Current State (Jun. '15)
- Boat last hauled Jan. 2013
- Bottom completely restored  incl. grinding out and fiberglass repair of all blisters, replaced zinc, polished prop and shaft, serviced all through hulls.
- A full "In Water Survey" was done June 9, '15, with exceptional results, including some great recommendations.


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"Ariel's Wings" ~ $ 27,000

For more information, or to arrange a viewing please contact the owners:


     Cole & Teresa Harvey