The Boat:
Mystic Rhythms is a Catana 44S (Crowther design) built in 1993. She is 44 feet long and 23 feet wide.   Apparently
only 19 catana 44s were built and this is hull number 5.  Each is a bit different, but I think they got it right on this boat
with a light teak interior and better placement of the fuel and water tanks.  The S in the 44 series means a bit fancier
of an interior.  She was originally 4 cabins and 4 heads, but now is 3 of each and one cabin was converted to an
office with a freezer.

Catana enjoys the reputation as the builder of the fastest production luxury catamarans. Design features unique to
Catana are: - Asymmetrical hulls, which help prevent hobby horsing and aids in preventing the leeward hull from
being buried in a wave when sailing to windward at high speeds. In addition, all weight is concentrated toward the
center of the hulls making sure weight is kept to a minimum forward of the mast. - Daggerboards, which offer very
shallow sailing with boards up and closer windward sailing angles with boards down. In addition, there is an extra
margin of safety when sailing in heavy wind-sea conditions due to the ability to raise the daggerboards and "slide" off
the face of extremely high waves. Each Catana is constructed using vacuum-molded unidirectional roving
impregnated with isophthalic resin. Kevlar and carbon fiber are used in high load-stress areas. The entire structure is
cored with high-density Divinycell closed cell foam and all bulkheads are vacuum molded and cored with end-grain
balsa. Each customer has total input as to the design and finish of their interior. Sailing a catamaran doesn't have to
remind you of driving a bus. If you enjoy the thrill of sailing, prefer better all-around performance without sacrificing
safety, and demand the highest quality, then you owe it to yourself to closely inspect a Catana Catamaran.  Posted
from the Catana factory description.

Equipment:  

Yamaha 15 enduro engine.  Also a suzuki 2.2 motor.
Volvo MD2040B engines (times two) with Volvo 3 blade folding props (about 3000 hours each).  Repowered in 1998.
two dual voltage/cycle 50 amp chargers
Wired for dual 110/220 shore power and outlets
6 Trojan 145 house batteries (2012)
Upper standing rigging (2012)
7 solar panels (650 watts total)
Kiss wind generator
Pure (Kataydyn) 40 watermaker
Plastimo 4 man liferaft
Para anchor
65 lb Manson supreme main anchor on 265 feet of chain (2012) using a Tigress windlass
60lb Brittany spare with 50 feet of chain and 150 feet of rhode
Icom 700 Pro SSB & Pactor IIe modem upgraded to a 3
Furuno 16 mile radar
Garmin gps (162 and 152)
Raymarine 60 series instruments at both helms
2 Raymarine autopilots (st6000 quadrant mounted and a wheel mount backup)
GPS integrated EPIRB  (current certification)
Fridge with small freezer and separate freezer down below
2 electric heads and one manual pump, holding tank
Mainsail
with external track (2006), genoa (2012), and spinnaker
Solid Bimini with built in rain catcher system with canvas front to block the rain
Propane barbecue with separate propane tank
Force 10 4 burner stove, oven with broiler, two 20lb aluminum propane tanks
All ports and hatches have fly screens and the door has a sliding screen door
Mystic Rhythms
About
1993 Catana 44s for sale asking 199,000 US dollars firm
New covers 8/25/15
Creates a whole new
look
Table folded out
seats about 10
people
Salon facing port
Salon facing starboard
Table folded
Starboard forward
bunk (owner's bunk)
Port forward bunk
Port aft bunk
Port engine room
Newly painted
cockpit 8/25/15
Cockpit facing
starboard
Cockpit facing forward
(electric main winch!)
For more info on Mystic Rhythms email:
Richard(dot)mysticrhythms(at)Gmail.com
That is really . and @ to avoid spam issues. or use this address
mysticforsale@gmail.com
Starboard engine room
Standard Catana 44
Layout
Starboard bow area
Shower area
Port bow area
Port forward head
Hulls newly painted
and bottom job 8/28/15
Newly improved and
painted steps 8/25/15
Front view
Decks painted 6/2016
Shiny decks
Bimini & boom painted
6/2016
Just arrived in Alameda (San Francisco
area) California