Used Prout Snowgoose 37 Catamaran For Sale
LOREN

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Model Information

 

Name: LOREN
Year: 1985
Model: Snowgoose 37
Price: $98,500
Location: 2H Dock-Ft. Lauderdale
L.O.A. 37'00"
L.W.L. 33'00"
Beam (max): 15'03"
Draft: 2'08"
Mast Hgt. Off Deck: 37'00"
Displacement: 5,600 lbs
Engine(s): 1x30HP IBDL YANMAR 3GM30F 1993 (600 hrs)
Total Sail Area: 570 sq ft
Mainsail: 187 sq ft
Staysail: 88 sq ft
Genoa: 383 sq ft
Spinnaker: 1500 sq ft
Berths: 3
Staterooms: 3
Heads: 1
Fuel: 44 gals
Water: 79 gals
Designer: Prout
Builder: Prout Catamarans

LAYOUT & ACCOMMODATIONS
Large saloon with large bed 140x200 cm, very luminous with 4 opening hatches
Two aft cabins with 120xl95 cm bed, cupboard, drawers, lockers, 2 opening hatches
One forward cabin with 105x 180 cm bed, cupboard, drawers, lockers, 2 opening hatches
In the middle of starboard hull is the galley. In the middle of port hull is the navigation station.
Lots of stowage: drawers, libraries, cupboards, lockers
Curtains for every hatch; New cushion covers; 2 windscoops
Radio cassette player PIONNER with 4 loud speakers
Multi-CD player PIONEER with 6 CD charger
EBERSPACHER boat heater

GALLEY AND HEAD
Refrigerator ELECTROLUX (gas, 12 V, 220 V)
Gas cooker, with grill and oven PLASTIMO
Gas water heater PALOMA: warm water in galley and shower
Double sink in the galley
Foot pumps for fresh water and sea water in the galley
Electric pump for fresh water in galley and shower
Fresh water filter (+ extra cartridge)
Complete meal service (plates, table things, saucepan, frying pan...
WC (gaskets changed in 1997)

RIGGING AND SAILS

Mast and boom aluminum Z Spars
Forestay, 2 preventers (1993); Shrouds, backstays (1997);
Furling genoa Profurl (1996);
Mainreef Tab Sailing System
Heavy Genoa (383 sq.ft)
Light Genoa
Original staysail and new staysail (88 sq.ft)
Mainsail (187 sq.ft)
Spinnaker (1500 sq.ft) with socket
Aluminum pole
20 mast stainless steel steps
Mast chair

ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION
Diesel engine Yanmar 30HP 3GM30F fresh water cooled (600 hours) : 1993
Z drive Sillette Sonic (1993)
Extra aluminum propeller
Hour-meter
Hydraulic helm (cylinder: 1998)

NAVIGATION STATION AND NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT
Sliding navigation table 12500 cm with seat
GPS GARMIN 45 + 12 volts cable + support
Auto pilot AUTOHELM 6000
Navigation interface AUTOHELM (GPS <-> Autopilot)
VHF ICOM IC-M56 + electric antenna
LOKATA Navtex (weather forecast fax receiver)
Cockpit compass Contest 100
Hand bearing compass AUTOHELM Personal Compass
Hand bearing compass SUUNTO Commander
Vanne STOWE
Sounder STOWE Navsounder
Anemometer- loch-speedo STOWE Navigator 2 (impeller for loch-speedo 1996)
Radar FURUNO 1800 (Range 24 miles)
+ Furunoradar alarm
LOKATA radar watchman
Radar reflector FIRDELL
SW, MW, LW, FM radio and SSB receiver with cassette recorder (1996)
C-B transmitter-receiver (1997)
Barometer
Sextant Davis Mark III
Projector 500 watts
Technical booklets for all devices on board

MOORING AND ACCESSORIES
One CQR 16 kg anchor + 40 m chain + 30 m rope (1996)
One FOB HP 16 kg anchor + 15 m chain + 30 m rope (1996)
One Britanny anchor + 5m chain + 100 m rope
2 anchor davits
Electric windlass Simpson Davis
1 Winch LEWMAR 16, 2 Winches LEWMAR ST 44 (1996)
Numerous moorings and ropes
Fenders
Boathook

ELECTRICITY, GAS
Two gell cell batteries 85 A. for domestic use (1998)
One battery 70 A. isolated to start the engine ( 1996)
Alternator 55 A.
Multi battery isolator ( 1996)
Multi battery switch (1996)
Wind generator AEROGEN 6 + regulator (1996) : 6A at 15 knots, 10 A at 20 knots, 15A at 25 knts
Ampmeter for wind generator ( 1996) to control the electric production
ALTUS battery contoller (1996) to control the state of the batteries
Battery charger (220 V. at dock)
2 propane bottles : 13 and 15 Kg (more than 2 months of autonomy)

EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT
4 big lockers : sails, moorings, fenders, gas, jerricans, ropes...
Cockpit hood with windscreen + bimini top with sides (1996)
Large cockpit table 150 x 50 cm (1996)
Stainless steel swim ladder
Nets all around the lifelines

SECURITY
Horseshoe lifebuoy and automatic light
Rescue buoy "Lifesling"
Complete suitcase of flares (1996)
Wire cutter, security mirror, etc...
4 adult life Jackets (new) and 3 children lifejackets
4 adult security harnesses (new) and 3 children security harnesses
2 Henderson bilge pumps
5 fire extinguishers and I automatic fire extinguisher inside the engine compartment
Anti-intrusion alarm with siren and blue strobe light
Smoke and gas detector with alarm

OTHERS
Fresh water tanks : 300 litres + 100 litres in jerricans
Diesel tank : 165 litres + 40 litres in jerricans
Engine spare parts (injector, belts, filters...)
Chandlery (blocks, hanks, shackles ... )
Spare parts (bulbs, fuses, sewing materials...
Maintenance products (acetone, glue, antifouling, paint...
Pump to drain the engine (1997)
Manual water pump (1997)
Fishing matenial
Solar shower

DINGHY
Inflatable dinghy Zodiac 3 metres in excellent condition
Outboard YAMAHA 3,5 HP + 2 oars
2 air pumps, 2 cans of 10 litres of gasoline, motor oil
Complete mooring for dinghy : grapnel with chain and rope

OTHER OPTIONS
Liferaft 6 places In container (1994)
Torches

MORE INFORMATION FROM THE OWNERS

We have lived aboard Loren since July 1996 with our three children. Gone for a two years cruise, we went along the coasts of France, Spain and Portugal, and then Joined Madeira, Canary Islands, Cape Verde. In December, we crossed the Atlantic ocean, reaching Barbados. Since then, we have cruised the Caribbean sea: Martinique, St Lucia, St Vincent, Grenadines, Trinidad, Dominica, Guadeloupe, Antigua, Barbuda, Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, Hispaniola, Bahamas...

Loren is really easy to sail with the furling sails, electric windlass, auto pilot, spinnaker in socket, short draft...

The average cruising speed is about 6 knots, but we sometimes go 10 knots. With Genoa. Staysail and mainsail, we can easily realize 160 miles in 24 hours, which makes an average speed of 6,6 knots. With the engine, Loren can run 6 knots at 3000 RPM.

Inside, every child has his own cabin while Constance and I sleep in the large saloon. The galley and the head & shower are very well equipped. The navigation station is complete. Loren is comfortable and easy to live : spacious, well conceived, luminous.

A survey was conducted in 1996 before we started, and we applied a complete antifouling in 1997. Loren is ready to navigate. She is a safe, comfortable home at sea we have come to love.

COMMENTS

This Spec Sheet has been presented largely as written by the owners. LOREN is in excellent condition, very, very equipped, and ready to take you anywhere you want to go. Please note that there was a lot of important refitting prior to and during these owner's voyage

Details are thought to be reliable but are not guaranteed.
 Offer subject to change, prior sale and tax when applicable. 
All images are sistership unless otherwise indicated. 1998 2Hulls, Inc