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Old 13-10-2011, 07:44   #1
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Location: Crystal River, Fl
Boat: Prout, Snowgoose, 37
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1984 Prout Snowgoose 37' $75,000

1984 Prout Snowgoose-Sailing Catamaran, 37ft, Engines: 1 Engine Year: 1984 Engine Make: Yanmar Engine Type: Diesel Engine Size : 27 hp Type: Engine Cylinders: 3 -gal per hour .5 -Diesel Fuel Tank: 15 gals Gearbox: Steering: Rudder, Hydraulic & Electric. Engine Location: Center Stern.
Length Overall: 37' Approx. Length: 37' Beam: 15' 8" Min. Draft: 24" Max. Draft: 32" Weight: 12,000 lbs Water Capacity: 70 gals
CD Player: Cockpit Tables: Compass: Depth Instrument: Depth Sounder: Fish Finder: GPS: Navigation Lights: Plotter: Radar: Speed Instrument: Spotlight: VHF: Wind Instrument: Autopilot: Hydraulic & Electric , water maker. Cary on air condition -honda generator
Additional Cockpit Settee: Anchor: Bimini: Cockpit Seating: Dinghy Lift: Fenders: Gauges: Grill: Mooring Lines: Outriggers: Sail Cover: Tackle Storage: 
comes with 11ft Boston Whaler and a 9.9 Tohatsu. Please call Jim 352-302-1650 or email for pictures.

This is a very solid boat with few minor problems. It really needs some one who is going to really love and use it.
I took the wind generator off and refurbished it, haven't replaced it, (I'm just not tall enough) - new headliner, have new carpet to install (does not take a lot and that which is there is only about a year old a few simple cuts and it is easy to do).
The previous owner lived in Miami and the boat was just too hot so he took all the trim down and installed wood batting and cork for insulation (very effective). I had professionally installed head liner in 2010. Some trim needs to be reinstalled.
I took the yanmar out when I bought the boat, (2008), and replace all oil and fuel lines, blasted, repainted and reinstalled the motor has (1800+ - total hrs).
Two new props, I also installed new bearings in the lower unit.
Last winter, the boat was hauled, and to protect against groundings, (5/16 thick stainless runners were installed on each sponson) Molded to and around, running up the front for two feet and back under each for 3 feet . (Pictures available)Also, (5/16 thick stainless X one foot in height), shields were installed on the front of each rudder mount.
I just installed 6 new gulf cart batteries.
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