1994 Catalina Islander 34 "Sea Esta"
The Islander 34 (built by sailboat-manufacturer Catalina Yachts) began life in 1989 as the Pearson 34, a good-running deep-V design aimed at the family cruiser market. Catalina obtained the tooling to this model in 1993 when Pearson went out of business and introduced her as the Islander 34 with a revised interior favored by many for its utility and space utilization.
With 6'4"" of headroom and a light, airy salon the Islander’s two-stateroom floorplan is arranged with a mid cabin berth tucked under the elevated dinette. the Islander’s cockpit is big enough for a couple of light tackle anglers. Additional features include a spacious engine room, a large flybridge with bench seating forward of the helm, bow pulpit, and a transom door.