LQ1 | 2011 Prout 77 Power Catamaran

Singapore, SG

LQ1 | Prout 77 Power Catamaran 77ft

US $3,200,000

Singapore, SG



  • Length: 77ft
  • Beam: 12' 3"
  • Draft: 1' 2"
  • Year: 2011
  • Hull: Fiberglass
  • Status: Active

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  • Length Overall: 23.47 ft
  • Max Draft: 1' 2"
  • Beam Measure: 12' 3"


  • Total Power: 1600
  • Engine Brand: MAN
  • Year Built: 2011
  • Engine Model: R6 800
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 650
  • Engine Power: 800 hp

  • Total Power: 1600
  • Engine Brand: MAN
  • Year Built: 2011
  • Engine Model: R6 800
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 650
  • Engine Power: 800 hp


  • Fresh Water Tanks: 2 (6750 Gallons)
  • Fuel Tanks: 2 (6750 Gallons)

General Specification


  • FRP with resin infused E-Glass uni-directional, double bias cloth and foam core built according to Lloyd’s standards
  • Teak on transom steps with Sikaflex caulking
  • Teak cockpit sole with Sikaflex caulking
  • Teak to side decks and coach roof
  • Nida cored bulkheads and cabin soles
  • Bronze thru-hull fittings
  • 4 approved ISO/FDIS 12216/2002 escape hatches – Goiot
  • Hull and deck joined with 3M 5200 and SS fasteners
  • Six (6) opening ports in hull
  • Double layer safety glass salon house windows fitted with Sikaflex
  • Anchor and stowage lockers forward
  • Engine room access staircases through transom
  • Twin settees with Sunbrella cushions forward of salon
  • Large cantilevered roof over cockpit
  • Fully drainable deck 

Electronics & Navigation Equipment

  • 4” Danforth Constellation Compass at helm with light and dimmer
  • Raymarine or similar wind/speed/depth instruments as per owner diagram
  • VHF radio at inside helm as per owner diagram
  • Raymarine E120 MSD chart plotter (2) IPS autopilot integrated with chart plotters. 
  • 2 x Furuno 1715 24 mile Radars
  • Fish finder 
  • Handheld remote interfaced with autopilot
  • Iridium Openport Satcom system 
  • CCTV cameras on ceiling above aft deck using enclosed dome cameras.  Remote controlled to look forward and aft, down towards the water and horizontally.
  • Loudhailers—forward and aft—with weatherproof loudspeakers Microphone in wheelhouse.

Electrical Equipment

  • Voltage: 24v DC, minor requirement of 12v DC will be met by localized small transformers
  • 2 x Onan MDKBU27 kW, 220v/380v 3phase AC, 50Hz generators
  • 2 x 3000 watt inverter – Victron
  • 220v AC battery charger
  • Cruisair air-conditioning system totaling 170,000 BTU with independent temperature controls
  • Shore power provides 380v 3 phase AC
  • Gel Batteries to: house, engine and generator starting
  • House: six (6) absorbed glass mat total 1200AH to run all domestic services
  • Engine start: two (2) 120AH battery
  • Generator start: 120AH battery
  • Battery charging from 2 x 90 amp alternators
  • Lighting throughout will be 24v DC
  • Radar mast lights: navigationlights, anchor light, steaming light, two deck lights and 5 remote controlled search lights. 
  • Radar mast with ladder access to the top
  • One (1) 50 foot shore power cord with Hubble fittings
  • Alarm system: environment – soft alarm for bilge pump running, gas, fire/smoke/heat alert; machinery – high water temp, low oil pressure on main engine and generator; high oil temp and low oil pressure on transmission and reduction gear
  • Lightning protection system built onto radar mast and 2 aft masts
  • SeaVision underwater lights below swim deck

Engine and Machinery

  • Twin MAN R6 800hp diesel engines 
  • Dual 115 amp 24v DC alternators
  • Water engine cooling system
  • Engine instrument panel at helm position
  • Fuel tanks in FRP vinylester (13,500 liters) with day tanks capable of storing 1,500 liters each.  Tanks placed to maximize stability.  As few tanks as possible will be used.
  • Alfa Laval fuel polishing systems
  • Racor fuel filters
  • Control stations/panels at the entrance of the engine room and repeaters at the main deck steering/helm station
  • Gas fire extinguishing system in each engine room
  • Engine room blowers  


Interior Features and Equipment


  • Twin storage boxes aft with built-in seats
  • 2’x2’x3’ fish tank, with seawater and aeration pumps, built into the space under the stairs with both side see through
  • Diving equipment locker with dive compressors and space for tanks (owner will specify design before build reaches this stage). Bench to be 24” high and 20” deep
  • Twin hot/cold swim showers
  • Sliding half-glass opening door to salon
  • Inlets for ventilation on the wall facing aft
  • Teak to cockpit
  • 12 step staircase to the flybridge



  • Large light weight fiberglass dining table for 10 people
  • Spot lighting for the entire area under roof
  • Teak inlaid floor with Sikaflex caulking Molded stairway access from cockpit
  • Stainless steel handrails/grabrails at all necessary positions
  • Small 3’H x 3’W x 16”D cabinets with built-in sink



  • Panoramic view through large vertical fixed windows
  • Starboard side custom dining table for 8 people 
  • 8 dining chairs
  • Portside U-shaped lounge space with 3 settees for 9 with coffee table 
  • Cabinetry for entertainment center facing lounge
  • Entertainment center with LCD TV, DVD, CD, AM/FM
  • Cocktail/eating bar with stools to starboard at galley
  • Two (2) bar stools
  • Large freezer – Whirlpool EV201NZTQ next to lounge settees
  • Storage under windows
  • Two (2) cabin access companionways
  • SS indirect overhead LED lighting
  • Courtesy floor lighting



  • Large U-shaped galley next to salon
  • Marble/honeycomb counter tops with double SS sink
  • Two large American-style refrigerators/freezers 
  • Whirlpool RBS277PVB built-in oven under the counter
  • Microwave oven – multifunction Panasonic NN-T945SF
  • Dishwasher
  • Waste compactor – Whirlpool GX900QPPS 
  • Custom storage for china, glass and flatware
  • Walk-in storage pantry
  • Fan
  • Extract fans – Whirlpool UXT5530AAS with hood 
  • SS LED lighting



  • Washer and separate dryer to port side


MAIN LEVEL STATEROOM ( Forward to Port )

  • Two sets of upper and lower bunks with reading lights and small book shelf.  End board for berths.
  • Storage under lower berths
  • Desk with chair
  • Fan
  • SS LED lighting
  • SS reading lights
  • Courtesy floor nightlight
  • Carpet flooring



  • Shower compartment FRP
  • Raritan direct discharge flush toilet
  • Artificial marble/honeycomb counter top with basin
  • Storage under basin
  • SS towel/clothing loops and hooks
  • SS LED lighting
  • Mirror 
  • 50 watt extract fan


IN-HULL STATEROOMS ( Port and Starboard )

  • Two sets of upper and lower bunks with reading lights and small book shelf
  • Storage under lower berths
  • Shelf storage forward and aft
  • Clothes hooks forward
  • Two fans
  • SS LED lighting
  • SS reading lights
  • Courtesy floor nightlight
  • Ports – Lewmar or Manship Marine
  • Carpeted flooring
  • 50 watt extract fan at forward accommodation area


BATHROOMS ( Port and Starboard )

  • Shower compartment FRP
  • Raritan direct discharge flush toilet
  • Artificial marble/honeycomb counter top with basin
  • Wood cabinet
  • Lexan mirror 
  • SS towel/clothing loops and hooks
  • SS LED lights
  • Shower/basin waste water to be discharged to holding tank and pumped out by automatic pumps
  • 50 watt extract fan



  • Navigation station forward
  • Navigation center/helm with comprehensive navigation package 
  • Four helm seats
  • Chart table to port
  • Electrical panel to starboard
  • Storage to starboard
  • Two sets of upper and lower berths aft with reading lights, 23” flat TVs at end walls of upper berths 


CREW BATHROOM AND GALLEY ( Aft of Wheelhouse )

  • Shower compartment FRP
  • Raritan direct discharge flush toilet
  • Artificial marble/honeycomb counter top with basin
  • Wood cabinet
  • Lexan mirror
  • SS towel/clothing loops and hooks
  • SS LED lights
  • Two simple electric cooktops – Whirlpool RCS2002RS
  • Exhaust hood over cooktops – Whirlpool UXT5530AAS
  • Refrigerator with freezer – Whirlpool G9IXEFMWS
  • Fan
  • Shower/basin waste water to be discharged to holding tank & pumped out by automatic pumps
  • 50 watt extract fan in toilet

Deck Hardware

  • SS continuous railings with two side openings slightly aft of saloon aft wall.  Railings end aft of engine room door to allow boarding from marina. 
  • SS side boarding gate SS pushpit
  • SS pulpits
  • SS boarding ladder from the swim-deck with offset hinges door
  • 10 x 10”~16” cleats and bollards
  • 4 x 10”~16” spring cleats
  • Two (2) deck water fillers
  • Two (2) deck fuel fillers
  • 2 hot/cold showers on transom
  • Two hydraulic or electric anchor windlasses – Lewmar 4000
  • Lewmar 105 lb CQR anchor with 400’ ½” ACCO proof coil
  • Danforth 90 lb anchor with 400’ ½” ACCO proof coil
  • 15 kg stern anchor with 300 ft ¼” ACCO proof coil and small windlass
  • Fresh water rinsing of anchor chain locker inside the locker
  • Shackles for both anchor chains are located near the anchor lid with quick release mechanism for emergency abandonment of anchor
  • Eight (8) very large fenders
  • Eight (8) dock-lines: 4 x 30m (100ft) and 4 x 25m (82ft)
  • Freshwater deck wash-down
  • 2 X Baur Capitano 140E dive compressors with air intake from flybridge 
  • 2 x MarQuipt Tender Lift 2500 telescopic electric cranes


  • Sixteen (16) automatic bilge pumps (2,000 GPH each)
  • Two manual bilge pumps 
  • Hot and cold pressure water – Headhunter X-Caliber, 38 LPM
  • Two (2) water heaters (2 x 20 gal. tanks)
  • 2 x Sea Recovery Aqua Matic 700-1
  • Fresh water deck wash-down
  • 2 hot/cold transom showers

Other Equipment

  • Two Avon A410 each with Yamaha F25 25hp outboard engines with tie down cradles built into the leisure equipment tray  

Simpson Marine Ltd (www.simpsonmarine.com) offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


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