Prout 46 "Uluwatu"
$299,500 HUGE PRICE REDUCTION
Designed for luxurious living and superbly comfortable cruising. Extensive inventory includes huge solar panel array, wind generator, diesel heating in each hull, full electronics and much more. All halyards led to an electric winch at the base of the mast adjacent to the helm, allowing for singe-handed sailing from within the huge, fully enclosed cockpit.
Prout catamarans are designed with offshore cruising in mind and their hulls are built to the highest structural standards. Safety features include watertight bulkheads, torsion-control bulheads to combat twist and balanced, skeg-hung rudders. Prout catamarans have an enviable record for ocean passagemaking.
“Uluwatu” has been very well maintained by her knowledgeable owner and sailed (often single-handed) extensively in Tasmanian waters.
LLOYDS RATED STABILITY CATEFORY A OCEAN GOING YACHT.
|Length||46′ 0″ (14.03m)|
|Ballast||Mini keels with winglets. Vessel can be safely beached for inspection and maintenance.|
|Hull material||Fibreglass/GRP See General Remarks for construction details.|
|Deck material||Fibreglass. Laid teak in cockpit.|
|Engine||2 x Yanmar 3JH3E 29.3kW (39.4hp) diesel engines. Yanmar Saildrives. Port: SD40 Stbd:SD60(new) Racor 500FG fuel filters. Vetus water strainers.|
|Horsepower||2 x 39.4hp|
|Engine hours||Port: 2006hrs (Nov. 2018)|
|Second Engine hours||Stbd: 2676hrs|
|Propulsion||Yanmar Saildrive units with bronze 3-blade propellors.|
|Fuel||Approx. 700 litres in two tanks|
|Water||Approx. 750 litres in two integral fibreglass tanks + two Spectra watermakers.|
|Galley||Galley in stbd hull. Bench with triple sinks along inboard side. Bench outboard with generous preparation area and. 4-burner gas hob.
Enormous storage. Ample light and ventilation, including 12V fans.
|Refrigeration||Isotherm Fridge in galley|
|Stove||SMEV gas stove and oven.|
|Hot Water System||2 x ~ 50 litre hotwater cylinders (heated off engine or 240v).|
|Accommodation||Spacious, fully enclosed cockpit with table and seating aft, companionway with perspex “bubble”to port and helm station (seating two) to stbd. All sail controls led to electric winch at base of mast adjacent to helm. Full electronics at helm.
Vast saloon has a semi-circular settee and large table under panoramic windows. Nav station with electrical panels to port and also to port is a large storage unit housing the projector screen. Descend three steps into the owner's suit in the port hull. Large double cabin aft, copious storage in the passageway and a generous bathroom fwd with a sepaprate shower compartment at the fwd end. The stbd hull houses a central galley. A double cabin occupies the bow and a bathroom aft leads to a second double cabin. Storage throughout the vessel is exceptional, with endless lockers, drawers and shelf space. Two Webasto diesel ducted heating systems – one in each hull – keep the interior cosy and dry.
Overhead hatches, expansive perspex windows and numerous ports ensure that light pours into every compartment. Presented in very good order, with all surfaces and soft furnishings in clean and tidy condition.
Headroom: 1.85m in saloon. 1.9m in hulls.
|Berths||Three double cabins|
|Shower||H&C showers in each bathroom. Separate shower stall in master ensuite. H&C shower on port af|
|Toilet||Two bathrooms. Port: manual Lavac toilet. Stbd: electric Lavac toilet dishcharging to 80-litre holding tank.|
|Entertainment||Fusion Audio system.
Panasonic high definition projector with retractable screen with HDMI connection to nav station.
Amplifier and DVD with subwoofer connected to 5:1 surround sound system.
|Dinghy||2011 AB rigid inflatable on Simpson 300kg stainless davits. Dinghy cover.|
|Outboard||2005 15 HP Johnson 4 stroke with St Croix lifting crane.|
|Covers||Full hardtop over cockpit – substantial stainless frame with perspex panels fwd and solar panels aft.
Full side clears and shade covers.
Mainsail boom bag with lazyjacks.
|Ground tackle||Rocna 40kg main anchor + approx. 90m chain.
Dual direction Lewmar horizontal anchor winch.
Spare Delta #55 anchor.
|Safety gear||Series drogue.
Lifering with strobe.
Raymarine MOB alarm.
Jacklines on deck.
2 x personal MOB alarms.
|Bilge Pumps||4 x 12V bilge pumps with float switches. 2 x manual bilge pumps.|
|Life Raft||Revere 6-pax liferaft (not in srvey).|
|Epirb||SafetyAert KTI SA1-G GPS-enabled EPIRB|
|Fire Protection||4 x fire extinguishers.|
|Electrics||House batteries: 8 x 6v Lifeline AGM sealed.
Engine: 2 x 12v (NEW 2018)
12 solar panels. Total: 1200 Watts. Mounted on hard dodger.
240v 3KW Victron Phoenix 3000 Inverter Charge.
Xantrex battery monitor at nav station.
2 x Blue sky battery monitors.
Power conditioner (Intervolt 20 amp).
Rutland 914I wind generator.
Wired for 240V shore power (new 2013).
|Electronics||Radar: Raymarine E120.
Chartplotter: Raymarine E120.
GPS: Raymarine E120.
Wind instruments: Raymarine.
VHF: 2 x Uniden ES 625C submersible. Repeater at helm station.
HF Radio: ICOM M802
2 x Cruising Solutions wireless communication headsets.
|Sail inventory||Main – Doyle (2012).
Genoa – Doyle (2012).
Storm jib- Doyle (2012).
Spinnaker – 3/4oz. V. Good condition.
|Rigging||Masthead sloop rig. Double spreaders.
Sparcraft aluminium mast.
Twin (inner and outer) furling headsails on Harken furlers.
Lewmar 40 self-tailing electric halyard winch at mast base.
2 x Lewmar 50 ST sheet winches.
Harken 30 ST sheet winch.
Ladder access to cabin top and boom.
|Deck gear||Magma BBQ.
Lines and fenders.
|Remarks||“Uluwatu” is a development of the Prout 46 and was previously branded the Broadblue Prestige 46. Hull and deck are both one-piece mouldings in hand laid glass fibre, using powder-bound mat, biaxial woven rovings, isopthalic resin, and Kevlar reinforcement in high load areas. Below the waterline, the hulls are solid laminate, while the topsides and deck incorporate an end grain balsa core. The hull and deck join is fully bonded and protected by a substantial rubbing strake. Keels are integrally moulded and sealed off from the hulls forming a double bottom. The bows and sterns, forward of the rudder shafts, are fitted with water tight buoyancy chambers. These are fitted with substantial water tight inspection hatches.|
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