Nauticat 321

Current Price: $ 159,900
Seattle, WA
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Nauticat is known for building fine quality yachts made for blue water cruising. The Nauticat 321 is a nimble fin keel boat with great sailing performance compared to the previous Nauticat motorsailor from the past.

This Nauticat 321 has two helm stations. In the cockpit as well as a full helm station inside when you want to get out of the weather. Great for NW cruising! With it's raised saloon you have a dinette with a 360 degree panoramic view and lots of natural lighting. A great place to gather for entertaining guests.

Two cabin layout with a very nice owners aft cabin, large galley makes the chef very happy and a very large head for a boat of this size and even includes a true wet locker with heater vent for drying out gear. 

The Nauticat 321 is a very thought out design with attention to practicality and seaworthiness. Combined with it's quality fit and finish this small yacht will make it's new owner very happy.   


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  • Dimensions
  • Maximum Draft: 5 ft 9 in
  • Displacement: 13200 pound
  • Hull: Fiberglass
  • Accommodations
  • Heads: 1
  • Double Berths: 2
  • Cabins: 2
  • Tanks
  • Fuel: gallon
  • Water: gallon
  • Holding: gallon
  • Engines
  • Number of Engines: 1
  • Engine Total Power: 39 hp
  • Cruising Speed: 6.4 kn
  • Max Speed: 7.5 kn
  • Engine 1:
  • Engine Brand: Yanmar
  • Year Build: 2002
  • Engine Model: JH3H
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 1090
  • Drive Type: Direct Drive
  • Engine Power: hp


  • Large aft owners birth with storage and hanging locker
  • Large saloon with panoramic views and lots of natural lighting
  • Inside steering with chart plotter and all controls you need to operate the boat
  • Large galley with ample storage and counter space
  • Opposite galley is a large midship head with shower and wet locker with heat
  • Large pantry opposite galley
  • Forward of galley is a very nice guest cabin with storage and hanging locker  

Interior Equipment

  • 120 gallon fresh water in two tanks
  • FW gauge and selector valve
  • Jabsco FW electric pump
  • Isotemp 6 gallon water heater heated by engine and shore power
  • Fresh water showers in head and cockpit
  • Backup cold water foot pump
  • Raritan marine toilet with Y valve
  • Holding tank with deck pump out or overboard discharge via hand pump
  • Refrigerator
  • Propane stove with oven
  • Espar diesel heater with digital thermostat

  • Cockpit table with glass/binocular holder
  • Stereo radio/CD/MP3 player with speakers in cabin and cockpit
  • Spacers with cushion for V berth and aft cabin
  • Curtains for all windows
  • Roller blind for forehatch
  • CO Detector
  • Windshield wiper controls and defogger 


  • Raymarine E80 chart plotter at lower helm
  • Raymarine 4kw 18in digital radar on mast
  • Raymarine ST 6000+ hydraulic autopilot
  • Raymarine ST6000+ autopilot control heads in pilothouse and pedestal
  • Raymarine ST60 depth on pedestal
  • Raymarine ST60 speed log on pedestal
  • Raymarine ST60 wind on pedestal
  • Silva compass on pedestal
  • Raymarine ST60 multi repeaters in pilothouse and cockpit
  • Raystar 150 GPS receiver NMEA 2000
  • Standard Horizon Quantum VHF with GPS input
  • VHF antenna at masthead
  • Furuno Navtex receiver
  • Whitlock mechanical steering in cockpit
  • Hydraulic steering in pilothouse


  • Dedicated starting battery plus two 4D house batteries (180AH ea)
  • Mastervolt 25A smart battery charger
  • 20W solar panel and controller
  • Custom DC switch panel with separate DIN breaker panel
  • Digital DC volt and ammeter
  • 12v outlets in galley, aft cabin and cockpit
  • Shore power system 110v 30A with Newmar galvanic isolator
  • Xantrex Prowatt SW 1000  inverter
  • AC breaker panel
  • GFCI protected outlets throughout boat
  • Shore power cord and bag

Sails & Rigging

  • Selden tall double spreader rig
  • Steps on mast to radar level
  • Removable inner forestay for storm jib or staysail
  • Single line reefing boom (3 reefs) with halyard
  • Selden Furlex
  • Spinnaker pole and associated running rigging
  • Harken 46.2 STA winches
  • Halyards and reefing lines etc. led aft to Harken 16 STA winch on cabin top
  • Blipper radar reflector
  • Windex wind vane
  • Navigation and deck lights


  • Full batten North mainsail with lazy jacks and burgundy Mack pack cover
  • 140% North genoa with burgundy UV cover
  • Tasker Staysail with burgundy deck bag for inner forestay
  • North Gennaker with bag
  • 170% Hood MPG drifter with box bag and Harken furler
  • North Storm jib
  • Riding sail



  • Bowsprit with 33 lb Bruce anchor and roller
  • Anchor rode (200 ft chain+ 200 ft nylon
  • 20 lb Danforth style anchor with 200 ft rode in cockpit locker
  • Lofrans Tigre electric windlass
  • White bimini 

  • Windlass foot switch on bow and cockpit controls 
  • Nylon snubber
  • Washdown system with electric pump and outlet in anchor well
  • Extra midship cleats
  • Fenders (4) and dock lines
  • 2 boat hooks


  • Yanmar JH3H 39HP (1090 hrs)
  • (Top speed 7.3 kts, Cruising speed 6.5 kts)
  • 3 Blade Maxprop with disc type line cutter
  • 66 gal fuel tank (400 + miles range)
  • Separ primary filter
  • Engine controls in pilothouse and cockpit
  • Resent engine service 


  • 4 Type I PFD’s
  • Flare kit
  • 2 Fire extinguishers
  • Deck jack stays
  • BFA Atlantic life raft for 4 persons
  • ACR Globalfix Pro EPIRB
  • Ongara Dual Horns
  • Saf-T-Alert Fume detector