The Boat

“Pure Mish…again”, a 2005 Catalina 387, is a very comfortable, roomy and seaworthy vessel that sails well on all points of sail.

The cockpit is large enough for more than 6 people and the wide decks forward make comfortable lounging areas, and she looks nice too. The cockpit also has a fold up table for lunch and snack time.  At the rear of the cockpit is a walk through to the swim platform and ladder.  There is also a shower with hot and cold running water in case anyone wants to rinse off the saltwater after a swim. (oh, guess we don’t need that around here.)

Exterior Boat Photos

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The Interior on Pure Mish is amazing for a 36 foot vessel. With almost a 12 foot beam, she has great space below decks. There is a private aft cabin and a private vee berth that each have plenty of space for two adults.  In the main salon there is an L-shaped settee/couch with a large table that folds down off the wall for group dining.  The table also drops down to make a full sized bed for persons number 5 and 6 of your party. Across the isle from the table/settee is a smaller table with single seats on each side, which is perfect for meals or games for two people.  That also folds down to make a single berth.  The galley is just aft of the main salon and includes a two burner gas range with oven, a double stainless steel sink with hot and cold running water, a refrigerator that runs off shore power or the batteries and plenty of storage.  The galley comes stocked with all the necessities for an afternoon party on the lake or an extended trip. The large head is just forward of the main salon and includes a sink and shower, both with hot and cold running water.

Interior Boat Photos

Pure Mish is a boat I am proud of. I am quite certain you will be happy on her, whether for a day or evening sail or for an extended trip.  Please contact Captain Dan if you have any questions or to book your sailing vacation.

4 Commentsto The Boat

  1. Kelly says:

    Do you accommodate more then 6 people aboard? We are having a wedding and would like to treat some family to a day on the water. Thanks!

    • dan.mishler@gmail.com says:

      Hi Kelly,
      Sailing would be a great treat for your family members around the time of the wedding. Unfortunately my boat is not approved for more than 6 passengers at a time. BUT, I have worked with larger groups in the past by taking turns. We can go out for a few hours with one group of 6 and then sail back to the dock to switch to a different group. This actually provides some nice options for accommodating different comfort levels with the adventure side of sailing, as I can usually control the level of excitement for passengers by the way we set the sails. I hope that sounds like it could still be fun to go in smaller groups. Feel free to give me a call if you have questions about how we can plan this together to make it work for your group. Captain Dan..

  2. Miranda Rundle says:

    Would you be at all open to expanding your season to April 27 & 28? My boyfriend’s birthday is April 27, and I would love for us to do two overnights: the night of April 26 and the night of April 27, as well as sail April 27 and possibly April 28.

    We both have some experience and would love to participate as crew and learn/practice different aspects as much as possible.

    Let me know when you have a chance, I understand if it is a little early in the season I just thought of this last minute.

    Thank you for your time,

    Miranda

    • dan.mishler@gmail.com says:

      Oh Man, Miranda, I would love to be able to do that, but my boat won’t be in the water until around May 10.

      I could create and email to you a nice gift certificate, which you could give him on his birthday, for a two-day, two-night trip in the summer. The weather is much nicer then too.
      Sorry,
      Captain Dan.
      PS. He is a lucky guy..

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