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Old 20-02-2011, 18:10   #1
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Who Makes this Catamaran ?

Can anyone tell me who makes this Catamaran, the mast on top of the boat is not the one that belongs to it, the mast is laying on the starboard hull and looks to be square and made of wood, and glassed over, the hull is fiberglass it's about 35 ft long I've looked around on the internet and I don't think it's a Tom Lack Catalac Cat. I think this boat might be somewhere in the 70's your guess is as good mine any suggestions would be much appreciated. The hard top is an add on.......... thanks for your help
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Old 20-02-2011, 18:44   #2
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I have been a multihuller since the 70s and I don't recognize it. It is not a Catilac, or Iroquois/Cherokee/Apache. The bows look Prout like, but does it have a nacelle? If not, It's not a Prout. Could it be a one off? (going by the construction and materials) If not, I'd say, looking at the aft deck & ob engine treatment, it is highly modified... Good question! M.
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I noticed that cat at Bob and Annies as well, not sure what brand it is. Have you asked Chris at the marina?
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Re: Who Makes this Catamaran

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A nacelle, do you mean a engine compartment if you do, yes it does, I kinda thought maybe Prout bows too.
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Re: Who Makes this Catamaran ?

The hulls look Prout or possibly CSK (Choy); I think there was a set of molds for a CSK/Choy in the SouthEast States a while ago. The bridgedeck looks to be a one-off though to me, but the front window is Prout inspired. Prout and the Hawaiian cats are the only double ended fiberglass cats I can think of.
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