34' catamaran, very well equipped for cruising and both day sailing or weekending. Head, full instruments, refrigerator, sleeps six and lots of fun. Very shallow draft (18") so able to explore all over. Current Coast Guard safety certificate as well as a commercial safety inspection certificate.
With her professional maintenance, and significant upgrades for reliability and safety, Dolce is highly desirable. Her shallow 18” draft with centerboards and rudders pulled up, this easily sailed catamaran can explore areas of the Barnegat Bay or beyond, not available to deeper draft boats. The many quiet, private anchorages can be yours to enjoy. Easy to sail, little to no heeling, room to lounge and sleep (queen sized master stateroom and two full berths as well) - get ready to enjoy the sailing life right here in NJ. Full galley. Very large multifunctional display showing GPS, Radar, course, speed etc. Depth and speed instrument along with water temperature, wind direction and speed, autopilot with remote, hammock, dinghy with high tech rechargeable electric motor (shows remaining battery life, etc.), cockpit cushions which double as floats, stack pack for easy mainsail raising/lowering and of course furling 140% genoa. 2-4 kayaks available, inflatable 2 person mini dinghy (besides RIB dinghy) available, gas BBQ, custom cockpit table. Air-conditioning at dock. Large battery bank for extended cruising and solar panel as well. Complimentary bottled water and soft drinks.
A fun day trip is to sail to Tices Shoal which is just off of Island Beach State Park. You can sail quite close to the beach and then anchor. You'll be able to dinghy into the beach (or just walk in as the water is about 3-4' deep) and then cross the road onto the beautiful unspoiled beach at Island Beach State Park. There are lifeguards and just down the beach is a renowned fishing area. Back at the anchored boat, you can swim, lounge on the cockpit cushions in the water (or on the boat), launch the kayaks and explore the shoreline and hidden creeks. Another fun day trip is up to Silver Bay just north of the Toms River/Seaside bridge. Give the bridge keeper a call on the VHF and have him raise the bridge (we're at 47' above the waterline so they do need to raise it) and then sail another hour or so into Silver Bay. Extremely well protected, great for overnighting or just BBQ'ing. Launch the kayaks and explore the undisturbed beach and look for buried treasure (there's a rumor that pirates used to empty their cargo here many many years ago - don't worry, no pirates now in Barnegat Bay!).