Offered for sale by Ashley Yachts
Prout catamarans are known for their build quality and bluewater sailing capabilities, and are designed with cruising and circumnavigation in mind. These boats are built for comfort and cruising, but unlike many catamarans on today’s market, they are built with ocean crossings and tougher conditions in mind. The cutter rig offers flexible sailing options, ideal for short or single-handed sailing.
Prout offered two interior layouts at the time this boat was built. Cara Mia boasts the “Family Layout” with a large queen berth forward of the salon and two aft staterooms (one of which has been converted to additional storage/pantry space).
This is an excellent boat for the solo sailor or cruising couple/family who are in the market for a dependable cruising cat ready to take on any adventure.
Equipment: Deck and Hull Full Cockpit Enclosure
Roller Furling, 130% Genoa
Fully Battened Main with 2 Reef Points
Main Stack Pack
(2) Anchor Rollers on Bow
(1) Fortress FX-18 Anchor
(1) CQR Anchor
(1) “Quick” Brand Electric Windlass
(1) Simpson Lawrence Manual Windlass
15 hp Mercury Outboard
10’6” Walker Bay Dinghy
(2) Lewmar 44 Self-tailing, Electric Primary Winches
1 Lewmar 8 Halyard Winch
Isotherm 11.5 Gallon Water Heater
Sea Star Hydraulic Steering (new cylinder 2016)
Hot & Cold Transom Shower
Stainless Marine Grill (Mounted on Starboard Stern Rail)
Electronics iCOM IC-M126DSC VHF
Kenwood AM/FM/CD Player
Raymarine ST50 Multi Display
Autohelm ST5000 Autopilot
Autohelm ST50 Depth Sounder
Garmin GPS 128 Chartplotter
Garmin GPSmap 7212 Chartplotter (Fish Finder and Radar Integrated)
Electrical FREEDOM HF 1800 Inverter/Charger with Control Panel
Heart Interface LINK 2000-R Battery Monitor
(1) 27 Series Starting Battery
(3) 8D House Batteries with Xantrex Charger
(2) 50’ 30-Amp Shore Power Cords
Safety (1) Kidde ABC (Salon)
(1) Kidde BC Dry Chemical
(4) Type 1 PFD’s
Fire Boy Xintex Fume Detector
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Early hulls, which include molded stub keels, are solid fiberglass, while more recent versions are solid below the waterline and cored above.
A later version became the SNOWGOOSE ELITE (1986) had 1 foot more beam.
The SNOWGOOSE 37 (all iterations) was enormously popular with more than 500 built.
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