Was lucky enough to get one of the 3 Catalina's delivered to the mainland. It was used at the Hawaii Battle of the paddle, but with a little tlc, cleaned up nicely. It is a stock race board designed to do well on flat water, but with enough rocker to catch rides on small waves too.
It is 12'6" (stock) by 27 5/8" wide. It has a 2" lowered standing area and massive drain holes to let water out of the cockpit.
Compared to the 14' Javelin, it is a bit slower, but much more stable in choppy water. Lowering the deck on these race boards makes a huge difference in stability.
I haven't weighed it yet, but it is light! Under 25 lbs I would have to guess. It did well the other night at the first Naish Seattle race in light wind and chaotic boat chop. It averaged 5.2 mph over the 2.3 mile course.