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  • Year: 1995
  • Length: 45 ft
  • Price: $249,500
  • Located in Charleston, SC US
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • YW# 2570593

Prout has a proven track record for their superior quality and off-shore capability. This boat has not been left on the dock, and the owner has enjoyed numerous passages on her, proving the boat's mettle. She is a bluewater cruising catamaran that will please.

Cobalt Blue received a thorough upgrade in 2012 including new saildrives - and no expense has been spared to make her ready for her next voyage!

MOTIVATED OWNER!

INCREDIBLE OPPORTUNITY TO OWN A PROUT

This boat offers a wonderful opportunity to cruise or live aboard in comfort, with all the amenities.

 

Make

Designer: Prout Catamarans
Keel: Other

Measurements

Length Overall: 46.00 ft
Length Waterline: 41.75 ft
Max Draft: 3.50 ft
Displacement:22.00 lb
Beam: 21.00 ft

Engines

Engine Brand: Volvo Penta
Year Built: 1996
Engine Model: MD22L-A
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Hours: 1318
Engine Power: 50|horsepower

Engine Brand: Volvo Penta
Year Built: 1996
Engine Model: MD22L-A
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Hours: 1159
Engine Power: 50|horsepower

Tanks

Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (140 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 (164 Gallons)

Accommodations

Number of double berths:
Number of cabins: 4
Number of heads: 2

Accommodations

By it''s nature and design, catamarans are spacious and stable. The hulls provide copious amounts of space and storage, giving the bridgedeck the ability to provide voluminous living areas. This particular design has incorporated a master stateroom midships on the bridgedeck. It is in the foremost portion of the bridgedeck, and access is on either side from either hull. The berth may be a king or two singles. There is a hinged bulkhead which encloses the cabin, giving one complete privacy. When dropped down, and open, it provides for a larger area and allows more light into the salon. It also provides additional light as it is decoratively mirrored, reflecting any light from hatches and the forward windows.

The salon has a large U shaped settee which will seat 6 or more for meals. Access to the cockpit is via a folding plexiglass door, above which is a "bubble" allowing one to watch the sails from the comfort of the salon. On the aft bulkhead of the salon is the access to the helm station equipment, including the hydraulic steering.

The port hull has a cabin with a queen berth, on top of which is a Beauty Rest Pillow Top mattress, with a desk, drawers, and a large locker with more shelves for storage. There is plenty of ventilation and light provided by the hatch above and a porthole on each side. Just forward, inboard, is a vanity with hot and cold water, as well as a shower rail. Opposite is more storage.

Moving forward outboard is a freezer, and lockers for storage. Opposite is the nav station.

Further forward, toward the bow area, is a full head and separate shower. The manual head itself is inboard, opposite the vanity, which has storage underneath. Forward of that is the separate shower. There is an access panel forward of the shower to the bow. As one enters the head there are two molded steps, bringing one up to the main cabin located midships.

The starboard hull has a full queen berth, with an 11" memory foam mattress, located aft, with ample light and ventilation provided by the hatch and portholes. There is a desk with drawers, as well as a hanging locker . Just forward is a self contained head and shower. Forward of that is the galley.

Moving forward past the galley is another cabin which has two sea berths. There is also access to the master cabin located midships. Forward of the access is a large bench seat, which leads one into a walk-in locker area, currently being used as a hanging closet.

All the vanities on-board have mirrors, hot and cold water, and the ability to be used for showering. The hot water heater was new in 2012, and there is an auxillary diesel fired hot water heater.

The interior has Cherry paneling, and is carpeted almost throughout, making the boat feel like home.

The entire boat is heated and cooled by 3 Cruisaire reverse cycle units. There are control panels in the staterooms, as well as in the salon.

 

Hull description

PORT SIDE: 

Starting forward is a crash bulkhead. A separate shower room with seat and solid door leads next to the large Master head and sink area. A door to the master SR is inboard with a second door leading aft. The midship area has a navigation station inboard and cabinets with freezer outboard. The outboard area can also be fitted with a navigator''s sea berth. Detailed navigation information to follow. Next aft is a laundry room with washer/ dryer connections outboard and sink inboard. A Queen Stateroom aft includes closet, drawer storage, vanity and bookshelves. 

MIDSHIP: 

The Master stateroom is located on the bridge deck under the large coach roof windows. The area can be configured for sleeping two people either in a King berth or two single berths. The beds can be situated fore and aft or athwartship. To port there is a private entry to the master head. The area is fitted with closed cabinets and bookcases as well as storage under the floor. The aft bulkhead is hinged to be closed for privacy or open for daytime access to the saloon. The saloon is fitted with a "U" shaped settee with an etched mirror panel that will seat eight for meals. The Pleather upholstery was new in 2010.


STARBOARD SIDE: 

Starting forward is a crash bulkhead. Next is a large storage area with door that can be used as a walk-in closet for the Master Stateroom. A dressing/ sitting area follows. Outboard is a storage area that can also be fitted with two offshore sea berths. Inboard is two steps up to the master SR and a small settee. The galley is amidship. Details to follow. Moving aft is an ensuite head and shower and Queen stateroom with closet, drawer storage, vanity and bookshelves. 

Deck

By its nature, a catamaran offers a stable platform, even in a sea. However, safety is still an issue, and this boat is configured for short-handed sailing if necessary. The lines are led to the cockpit, alongside the helm station, and all controls are within reach in the cockpit. There are stanchions and lifelines around the deck, as well as jackstays should one need to move forward.

There are Simpson Lawrence SS davits for the 10'' Apex RIB, and access to the boat is via the transom steps, either port or starboard. There is also a 15 HP Honda o/b, which was serviced in 2013.

The primary winches are Lewmar ST 50''s and the secondary''s are Lewmar ST 30''s. There is also a Lewmar 30 halyard winch, to assist in raising the main. The standing rigging was upgraded and Norseman fittings are used for the rig. The chainplates have been inspected and upgraded as well. The salis are all Doyle: Offshore fully-battened main with lazy jacks and stackpack. The Genoa is an Offshore with a Profurl roller furler. The staysail is an Offshore with a Profurl roller furler. The spinnaker is assymetrical, and there is a Forespar mast-mounted pole for downwind work.

There are 2 anchors on the boat. The primary anchor is a 65 lbs CQR with 250'' chain and 200 '' of rode. The secondary anchor is a 45 lbs CQR with about 50'' of chain and 200'' of rode. The windlass is a Simpson Lawrence Horizon 1500 with dual foot controls. The motor was replaced in 2013. There are 2 bow anchor rollers, as well as a stern anchor roller.

Electronics

The boat is equipped for serious bluewater passagemaking, and the elctronics on board ensure a safe and easy passage. There is an Autohelm ST7000 Autopilot located at the helm, as well as Raymarine ST60 wind and Raymarine ST60+ depth. There is also an Interphase forward looking Twin Scope depth sounder, and a Raymarine SL70C radar/chartplotter.

The nav station is located in the port hull, inboard, and has a large nav desk. It slides out, giving one access to the charts stored inside the desk. There is a Garmin 120 GPS, an Icom 710 Single Side band, a Standard Horizon VHF radio, and an ACR Cat II EPIRB.

There is a Clarion stereo system, with an external digital input jack, with speakers mounted inside the boat as well as in the cockpit.

Electrical

As one would expect with a vessel such as this, the boat is equipped for extended crusing or dockside living, while maintaining a high level of self-sufficiency.

There is an 8KW Northern Lights generator with sound shield panels for a reduction in noise. This is a large enough generator to provide sufficient power for the boat''s needs while underway.

There is a Charles 60 Amp battery charger (2012) for keeping the 12 volt system running, as well as a Link 2000 battery monitor.(disconnected)There is also a Heart Interphase electrical system monitor. The Electroguard cathodic protection system was installed in 2012, and from 2010 through 2012 the batteries for the engines, generator and house were replaced, as were the matching 100 AMP alternators.

 The entire electrical system has been inspected and where appropriate upgraded and components replaced. It is literally up to date, new, and ready to cruise.(2013).

Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

 

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