1997 64' PROUT Catamaran Lighthouse Point Florida United States $1,625,000 USD
1997 64' PROUT Catamaran Lighthouse Point Florida United States
Sweet Summertime is well-designed Power-cat with a very desirable cruising platform, faster,
more fuel-efficient and an extremely comfortable ride! New twin C-18 Caterpillar 1050hp (2018) main engines with warranty and 2018 Northern Lights generator 25kw.
Contact the yacht broker to receive more information or schedule a showing of this 1997 64' PROUT Catamaran Sweet Summertime yacht for sale in Lighthouse Point, Florida, USA today!
Starting with the Starboard side of this luxurious catamaran, there is a master stateroom, a hanging locker and a full master bathroom with shower and separate bath tub.
Moving to the Portside are three staterooms, the aft stateroom has a queen size bed, midship stateroom has two over under single bunks and the forward stateroom are two raised single bunks.
All staterooms have plenty of storage lockers.
Also on the portside is a full pantry and subzero freezer and refrigerator.
Four (4) staterooms provided. Starboard hull is Master Stateroom Suite with raised Queen size berth.
Three (3) Staterooms in port hull.
Forward Stateroom is twin upper/lower berths.
Amidships Stateroom is twin side by side berths with a Queen sizer berth in the aftermost stateroom.
All staterooms have hanging lockers, drawers and storage cabinets with storage lockers in the passageways.
Summit Stainless steel refrigerator drawers.
Summit Stainless steel freezer drawers located in the companionway of the port hull.
Summit Wine Chiller located in the port hull.
Summit clear ice machine in the galley.
Wolf four (4) burner glass top with touch controls.
Exhaust hood installed on the underside of the microwave oven with variable speed fan and lights.
General Electric Café Stainless Steel Microwave Oven.
Stainless Steel under-mount sink with dual wash basins.
Modified-V, planing type catamaran hulls.
Solid FRP (fiber reinforced plastic) below the waterline, with Closed Cell PVC Foam sandwich core above the waterline.
White paint, with blue boot stripes showing a nice finish on the paint.
Solid Teak deck overlay on the aft deck and swim platforms showing no significant wear or abuse.
White plastic composite compression rail with stainless steel insert bumper. All showing no significant damage, dings or scrapes.
The Bimini Top was Stamoid type, White with welded aluminum support piping.
Fiberglass Radar Arch.
Electronics and Navigation Equipment
Garmin GPS-Map 8622, 22" Multi-Functional Navigation Touchscreen Displays, with GPS
Chartplotters with multiple functions.
GPS Chartplotter (Integrated into the Multi-Navigational Displays.)
Color Fish finder (Integrated into the Multi-Navigational Displays.)
Depth Display (Integrated into the Multi-Navigational Displays.)
Speed Display(Integrated into the Multi-Navigational Displays.)
72 mile integrated into the Multi-Navigational Displays with open array antenna
AIS - Interfaced with the Multi-Function Navigation Displays.
CCTV Camera System - Engine room cameras and stern camera, interfaced with the Multi-Function Navigation Display
Fusion Apollo Series Stereos throughout the interior and exterior with JL Audio speakers.
New Fusion Stereos Systems were installed throughout the vessel including the exterior.
Intellian Digital Satellite TV Antenna.
Onboard WiFi for the iPad AV controllers.
Propulsion and Machinery Space
Caterpillar Marine Power MPDs (Marine Power Displays).
Main engine instrument gauges were installed at the lower & flybridge helms.
Caterpillar Marine Power MPD, Audible/Visual Electronic Systems Monitoring.
Raw water cooled with Soft Coated stainless steel raw water/exhaust gas mixing risers, and flexible hoses to fiberglass surge pipes, exiting through underwater transom mounted discharges.
ZF Mathers MicroCommander Electronic Throttle & Shift Controls.
Synchronization was provided by a ZF Micro Commander Auto-Sync Throttle Control.
Direct Drive with Universal Joints, mounted to Arneson Surface Drives.
ZF 500 Transmission
Two Aluminum Fuel Tanks, with a total capacity 1000 gallons.
Tanks are located in the Port & Starboard hulls, forward of the engine rooms.
Four (4) Racor 75900-MAX Primary fuel filter/water separators.
Engine mounted Secondary Fuel Filters.
Delta "T" Systems 115 volt blowers were located in the outboard engine room with two (2) Variable Frequency Drives.
Nitrox Solutions Dive Compressor
Hydraulic Power Steering.
Bow Thrusters - Sleipner Side Power 24 volt Thrusters installed in each hull.
Twelve (12) 12 volt Mastervolt SL 200 AH AGM Batteries. Four (4) Odyssey 12 volt AGM Batteries.
Blue Sea Systems switches.
Guest rotary Battery Switches.
The main DC breakers are installed in the main Salon DC breaker panel.
DC branch breakers in the salon, engine room and upper helm electrical panels.
Digital DC voltage gauges in the electric panel in the salon.
Mastervolt Chargemaster 12/100-3 - 12 volt / 100 amp. Battery Charger.
Mastervolt Chargemaster 24/30-3 - 24 volt / 00 amp. Battery Chargers.
Two (2) 24 volt, engine mounted and belt driven.
One (1) 24 volt Engine mounted and belt driven.
AC Electrical System
Generator remote mounted instrument panel installed in the port engine room and main electrical panel in the salon.
100 amp 120/240 Volt @ 60Hz. (Single Phase), with Glendinning Cablemaster.
AC branch breakers in the salons main AC electrical panel.
Digital AC voltage gauge in the main salon AC electric panel.
Manual push button type selector switches for shore or ship power at the salon electrical panel.
An AC Shore Power Transformer was installed in the starboard engine room.
Fail-Safe MAX GI-100A-FSM Galvanic Isolator.
The AC outlets were tested using a UL Listed Circuit Tester. All GFCI protected outlets tripped at their test buttons, where sighted.
X-Caliber by Headhunter 12/24 volt DC Freshwater Pumps.
Inline strainers at the freshwater pumps.
Wema Group Digital Multi-Tank monitor at lower helm.
Dock-side hose connection at the starboard transom.
One Marine Grade 120v water heater
Seafari Mini - Water maker 750 gallons per day
Blackwater system - Type III MSD Waste System (two stainless tanks one in each hull)
Two (2) Sealand 24 volt Diaphragm type overboard discharge pump, with Y-Valve and deck pumpout fitting.
Grey water system - Individual grey water sump tanks were installed where drain fixtures were located close to or below the waterline.
Johnson Pump and Rule 800, 12 volt greywater Sump Pump with automatic discharges.
Fortress FX85 aluminum Danforth type anchor, with stainless steel chain
Eight (8) Type ABC-I-II Dry Chemical and Co2 Fire Extinguishers
Kahlenberg Triple Trumpet Air Horns, with Compressor
FM-200 Fixed Fire Suppression Tanks in the engine compartments. Automatic thermal and manual activation, with override switch