Cat'alo | 2009 Royal Cape Catamarans Majestic 53

Fort Lauderdale, FL, US

Cat'alo | Royal Cape Catamarans Majestic 53 53ft

US $545,000

Fort Lauderdale, FL, US


With massive interior volume, 5 spacious en-suite cabins including a very large owner suite, and just about every available bell & whistle, Cat’Alo is ideally suited to a large family wanting to explore off the beaten track, or for a luxury crewed charter operation looking to maximize revenue with extra cabin space. Perfectly adapted to be used as an Expedition liveaboard vessel for freediving, spearfishing and exploring remote locations in the Bahamas and beyond, Cat’Alo, is recently updated and one of the most affordable large luxury Catamarans on the market.
Cat’Alo can be considered more of a motor sailor than performance orientated. However, with a 28ft beam she is a stable, strong platform with the ability to take a heavy payload. Safety and living space are her major strong points. A rare feature, she also sports full wrap around Stainless Steel guard rails with a protected cockpit are but a few of her numerous attributes.
Approximately $500k has been spent on Cat’Alo in the last 5 years. Many of the receipts have been kept and recorded.
Full air conditioning, generator, water maker, solar, extra refrigeration, 2022 refit including new dinghy and motor, new batteries, new cushions, new washer/dryer, all new 10’’ and 12” foam mattresses, new cushions, new home theater with lounge in the cockpit, new BBQ and fish cleaning station that practically an outdoor galley, new USB outlets, lights and fans in the cabins, etc.
Cat’Alo would be perfect for a family wanting cruise at their own pace with variety of toys without having to pay over 1.2M USD for a Catamaran of the same size and Spec.

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  • Length: 53ft
  • Beam: 28' 5"
  • Draft: 5' 0"
  • Year: 2009
  • Hull: Fiberglass
  • Status: Sale Pending

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  • Length Overall: 53 ft
  • Max Draft: 5' 0"
  • Beam Measure: 28' 5"



  • Fuel Tanks: 1 (360 Gallons)


  • Number of cabins: 5
  • Number of heads: 5

Layout & Accommodations

1 Master Suite with En-suite Bath/Shower
2 Queens and 2 double Cabins all with a En-Suite Shower and Head
2 of the Queen Cabins (AFT) have a smaller single bunk
Cabin Fans
Fully Airconditioned
Reading Lights and USB new 2022
Hatches located for ventilation
Study Desk in Master Cabin with a Wine Rack

Galley and Amenities:
Several Hatches located for ventilation in the salon and Galley
Large amount of storage space
U Shaped Galley Forward Facing
4 Burner propane Stove top
Propane oven
Several Fridges
Large Chest Freezer
Ice Maker (needs service)
Dual Stainless Steel Sink
Spice Rack
Built in Stainless Trash Can

Inside Equipment:
– Electric Bilge Pump
– Oven
– Manual Bilge Pump
– Microwave Oven
– Air Conditioning
– Electric Head
– Heating
– Hot Water (with replacement shore power element)
– Refrigerator
– Fresh Water Maker
– Deep Freezer
– Battery Charger


Galley and Amenities:
Several Hatches located for ventilation in the salon and Galley
Large amount of storage space
U Shaped Galley Forward Facing
4 Burner propane Stove top
Propane oven
Several Fridges
Large Chest Freezer
Ice Maker (needs service)
Dual Stainless Steel Sink
Spice Rack
Built in Stainless Trash Can

Deck & Equipment

On Deck:
Full Wrap around Solid Stainless steel Railings for added safety at Sea
Large windlass with sufficient Chain
Underwater Lights new 2022
2x Anchors

Outside Equipment/Extras:
– Cockpit Shower
– Davit(s)
– Wind Generator
– Tender
– Solar Panel
– Liferaft
– Cockpit Cushions
– Cockpit Table
– Swimming Ladders

– Bimini Top
– Spray Hood
– Mainsail Cover
– Lazy Bag
– Cockpit Cover
– Lazyjacks

The Helm Station on Cat’Alo offers full protection from the elements. The raised helm position allows you
to see all four corners of the vessel with comfortable seating and access to all of your navigation equipment.
This position also allows the operator to keep a watchful eye on any family members or crew that are in the
aft area of the boat.
Full Wrap around seating with drop down rain protection and shade netting
New lounge seat for theater experience
Clever use of space under the dining room table allows for a full chest freezer to store cold provisions for
long distance cruising.
Multiple storage areas in the cockpit with shelving
Fishing Rod holders
Extra forward face seating
Aft of the cockpit there is a fish filleting station with storage and salt and fresh water, that protects family and crew from direct water access on either side of the sugar scoops. Hot and cold water new 2022

Electronics & Navigation

Navigation and Electronics:
Raymarine Axiom pro 14″ (2018 install) Charter plotter 1kw brass transducer structure scanning (Fish Finder
with forward Scanning for shallow Navigation
Auto Pilot
Depth Sounder
Newly installed Radar
New wind instrument on the mast with new data cable to the helm 2022

– Depthsounder
– Radar
– Log-Speedometer
– Radar Detector
– TV Set
– Navigation Center
– Plotter
– Autopilot
– Radio
– Compass
– CD Player
– Cockpit Speakers

Steering systems:
Hydraulic Rams
New Hydraulic Lines to Auto Pilot 2021
New rudder bearings with seals 2021
New Rudders fabricated and designed to decrease drag and vibration 2021

Electrical, Power & Plumbing

Electrical Equipment:
– Shore Power Inlet
– Generator
– Inverter

Electrical Systems:
Northern Lights 20KVA Diesel Generator Installed new (2019) approximately 1200 Hours
1260 AH AGM 12 Volt House bank 6 x 210 (Installed 2022)
2x Inverter Charging systems Dual American and European Power output
5x solar Panels with 3 solar controllers total 1425 Watts
Shore Power connect
Wind generator

Sails & Rigging

– Steering Wheel
– Electric Winch

– Fully Battened Mainsail
– Asymmetric Spinnaker
– Furling Genoa

Additional Information

Recently Installed (Mid 2019) 20 KVA Northern Lights Generator
New aluminum Tender and 20HP Outboard (2022)
Updated Leather Cushions for the interior
Vinyl cushions exterior (2022)
Outside Projector and screen for movie nights in the cockpit (2022)
New cockpit speakers (2022)
New Genoa Head Sail (2019)
New Mainsail (2019)
Low Engine and Generator Hours
The Engines and Saildrives were replaced with a set of New (2017) 75 Hp Volvo Pentas.(registered with
Volvo) Approximately 1500 hours on Port and Starboard.
New engines batteries port and starboard (2022)
New upgraded transmissions 2022
New throttle control 2022 and cables to engine
New propellers 2022
Brass Propellers Port and Starboard spares (2022)
Sound System
2021 – New tramps, slide track guides and ropes
New washer and vented dryer (2022)
Bottom Paint (2022)
New fenders and dock lines (2022)
BBQ (2022)

Life Raft (12/2023)
Emergency Grab Bag (Flares)
Life Vests

The Vessel has been in the Caribbean for several years. She was in the Caribbean during Hurricane Irma and
sustained superficial damage to the solar panels, paint, a hatch, sails and a variety of cleats that have all been
replaced. There was no structural damage to the hull, bulkheads and or salt water ingress.  Straight after Hurricane Irma she was operational and has spent the majority of her time on the water as a semi private charter vessel with a professional crew. The last two years she has been run almost exclusively as a private vessel with a professional Captain. This year after a refit she has been in private family use in the Bahamas.


**Not for sale to US citizens in US waters**




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