Sales Brochures...

Until 1990, Catalina Yachts did not advertise its boats publicly; they were sold upon recommendation of the thousands of satisfied owners. A renewed competition between Catalina and modernized Hunter and the new Beneteau production plant in North Carolina inspired today's ad campaigns and boat show rivalries.

Throughout its history, Catalina utilized its many printed brochures to pass along the ideas, shapes, features and option lists for its family of production boats. They still make a fine reference for the many boats in the resale marketplace. If you have other versions, please consider adding them to our collection. 

Mark I #0202 

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Mark I #3330

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Mark II #5025

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Mark III ~#5820


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