After 66 years supplying the marine industry, Catalina’s primary teak manufacturer closed. Their equipment has been liquidated and the factory sold. We have contracted with an experienced marine millwright who is manufacturing teak parts for us using the original patterns developed for Catalina's original equipment parts. We are excited about this ability to continue to offer replacements for your aging teak.
Approximately 73" long with 10" loops. Unfinished natural teak.
This size handrail was used on early Catalina 25's. Later Catalina 27's also used seven loop handrails. Customers report this handrail on C-27's as early as #5375 built in 1983. Unfortunately, there is no mention of the handrail change in Catalina's records, so this is only an educated guess.
On some boats these handrails were mounted to conform to the curve of the deck. The handrails are (and always were) produced straight. The curve is introduced as needed during installation by simply bending the handrail. Supplied un-drilled. On early boats handrails were attached with screws from below. On later boats, some fasteners on an individual handrail were through bolts while others continued to be screws.
Sold per pair
1) Regarding Teak Prices: Due to the volatility of the price of teak wood all teak prices are our closest estimate. If the price indicated above has increased we will contact you prior to shipping.
2) This item does not conform to the shipping table in the Shopping Cart. Additional shipping must be calculated. When you place your order we always call with a shipping quote before billing your card. For a quote in advance, just call 800/959-7245.
3) Due to their length, an additional packaging charge also applies to this item.
4) Take a look at the additional photos to see the difference between this OEM and the Imported option.