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37' Nauticat Pilothouse 37

Reference Number
RF354864
Title
37' Nauticat Pilothouse 37
Condition
Used
Model
Nauticat Pilothouse 37
Additional information
Description

37' Nauticat Pilothouse 37
•Year 2008
•Current Price US$ 348,000
•Located in FL, United States
•Hull Material Fiberglass
•EngineFuel Type Single diesel
•YW# 15784-2469736

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
 
Specs
 Builder: Nauticat
 Designer: Siltala Yachts
 Flag of Registry: United States
 Keel: Fin
 Hull Shape: Displacement
Dimensions
 LOA: 36 ft 10 in
 Beam: 12 ft 0 in
 LWL: 33 ft 0 in
 Maximum Draft: 5 ft 3 in
 Ballast: 6700 lbs
 Bridge Clearance: 55 ft 0 in
 Headroom: 6 ft 6 in
 Dry Weight: 20900 lbs
Engines
 Engine Brand: Yanmar F.W.C.
 Engine(s) Total Power: 56 HP
 Engine Model: 4JH3-E
 Engine Type: Inboard
 Drive Type: Direct Drive
 Propeller: Folding propeller
 Cruising Speed: 8 knots
 Year Built: 2008
 Rope Cutter
Tanks
 Fresh Water Tanks: 2 (132 Gallons)
 Fuel Tanks: 2 (106 Gallons)
 Holding Tanks: 2 (26 Gallons)
Accommodations
 Number of cabins: 3
 Number of heads: 2
Electrical Equipment
 Electrical Circuit: 220V
Outside Equipment/Extras
 Electric windlass
 
Hull, Deck, Superstructure
 
HULL
The hull is an all hand laminated fibreglass construction. The bulkheads are made of teak faced marine plywood, which are securely bonded to the hull and deck. There is an external lead ballast of 6,700 lbs. The ballast is secured to the hull with acidproof steel bolts.
 DECK AND SUPERSTRUCTURE
The deck and superstructure are all hand laminated fibreglass constructions. The deck has an antislip surface, including the wheelhouse roof. All windows are manufactured of toughened safetyglass suspended in alloy frames. The guardrail on the Nauticat 37 is made of solid teak. The rail is mounted to deck with stainless steel stanchions which are equipped with lifelines. Freshwater hot/cold shower on aft deck. Electric seawater pump with hose, outlets on aft deck in anchor locker
Boarding gates aft and starboard. Six solid fairleads and fourheavy duty bollards (2 fairleads and 2 bollards in the bow, and 2 fairleads and 2 bollards in stern and two fairleads midship). Pulpit and pushpit are made of stainless steel. The deck is fastened to the hull with an alloy toe rail, and the joint is made with acidproof steel bolts. The anchor locker is situated in the bow. There is a white table in cockpit.
 
Engine
 
Propulsion is provided by a Yanmar 4JH4E marine diesel, 39,6 kW/54 hp/ 3000 rpm. It has a mechanical transmission, with a reduction of 2.14:1. The engine is fresh water cooled. The shaft is made of acid-proof steel, ø 35 mm, swinging a 3 blade Flex-O-Fold propeller. Parts below waterline are protected by corrosion anode. Fuel tanks are located on both sides of the engine room.,The fillers are located on deck and there is a separate handpump for taking out the dirt.  There is also additional space for a generator in the properly sound-insulated engine room.
 
Mechanical
 
All through-hull fittings below waterline are equipped with seacocks.
The fresh water system includes two tanks which are independently deck filled with a crossover valve in the galley. The water tanks are situated under the pilothouse sole. A pressurised system supplies heads, galley and shower facilities.  There are basin and handshowers in the heads. Electric waste pump. The Nauticat 37 is equipped with one automatic, electric bilge pump with manual override and one manual bilge pump in the cockpit.
•Horizontal electric windlass with foot switch and cockpit controls
•Bow thruster
•Disk type rope cutter for prop shaft
STEERING
Two independent steering systems are employed in parallel. At cockpit helm station there is a Capillano hydraulic steering with turnover rate of two turns lock to lock. At the inside helm position a similar system is used with turnover rate of 3–6 turns lock to lock. Rudder of fibreglass, rudder stock of acidproof steel, support bearings of bronze. Emergency steering by way of a tiller connected directly to the rudder stock.
 
Electrical & Electronics
 
Boat's service by way of a 12 V D.C. system employing 3 heavy duty batteries of 1×135 Ah and 2×185 Ah, housed in a ventilated box in the engine room. A master switch for start and service batteries. The charging system employs a 12 V/80 A alternator with a relay for parallel connection during engine running. Individual function controlled by a switch panel, including automatic fuses for all outlets with lights positioned throughout the vessel. This includes a flexible arm chart light and reading lights at berths. All wardrobes have illumination lights. Running lights according to international standards.
•12000 BTU 120v air conditioning unit for pilothouse and aft cabin
•7000 BTU 120v air conditioning unit for guest cabin, fore cabin and galley
•120 v Shore power system
•(2) 50' shore power cords
•Mastervolt IVO Smart 120V-12 V/50 A+3 automatic battery charger
•Mastervolt BTM3 battery monitor for 12v electric system
•Raypilot S2G and ST6002 autopilot control unit inside
•Raymarine ST6002 additional control unit for autopilot outside
•Raymarine ST60+ outside wind instrument
•Raymarine ST60+ Graphic Multi inside
•Compass
•VHF radio
•Radar reflector with stainless steel brackets
•Windex
•Tri-color light on top of mast
 
Sails & Rigging
 
The Nauticat 37 is rigged as a sloop with Seldén manufactured silver anodized aluminium boom and furling mast. The mast has internal halyards and it is sound-proof.
•North Sails furling mainsail
•North Sails furling Genoa with dark blue UV cover
•Main sail outhaul line and furling lines lead to cockpit
•Reefing gear with aluminum profile Selden Furlex on forestay for Genoa
•Reefing from aft deck including line stopper
•The boom is equipped with a gas filled Rodkick boomvang
• Double spreader configuration
• The roller furling mast is deck stepped with a stainless steel support to   the keel.
•Steaming light, anchor light and deck flood light on the mast.
•Mast halyard winches:  (1) Andersen 28, 2-speed
•Mast reefing winch:  (1) Andersen 10
•Standing rigging:  (1) 19 ø 7–10 mm, stainless steel wire
•Running rigging:  Internal halyards 7 × 19 of stainless steel with rope tails
•Sheet winches:  fore sail: (2) Harken B46.2STA,  main sail Harken 32 ST
•Stainless steel chainplates and turnbuckles with internal toggles.
 
Interior
 
INTERIOR
Interior construction of satin varnished solid teak and teak faced marine plywood, except the heads which are finished in light laminates with teak trim. All mattresses are Familon Ultra Aeroflex instead of standard.
•Cabin sole is made of teak faced marine plywood with light wood striping and varnished finish.
•There is wall-to-wall carpeting in pilothouse
•Teak helmsman seat with floor fastener in pilothouse
• Head floors are made of mosaic tiles with floor drains.
FORECABIN
The forecabin has two berths in V-configuration with spacer cushion which converts it to a double berth. There is a large full-length illuminated hanging locker with shelves in the rear.                           
Storage under berths. Large aluminium framed skylight hatch overhead. There are reading lights over berths, and overhead lights plus a 12 V outlet.
FORWARD HEAD
Located by the forward cabin. It has pressurized water, a basin, and a marine vacu-flush head and shower. Inside the door on the ceiling there is a curtain rail of aluminium and shower curtain.
•Ceiling light.
•Storage behind and underneath basin. Finished in light laminate.
•On the ceiling there is an overhead hatch and a Dorade-vent.
GUEST CABIN
This cabin is located on the port side of the yacht. It has a comfortable wide berth. There is an openable skylight hatch for light and ventilation. Full height wardrobe. Storage space behind the berth. Makes a great "sea berth".
Owner's Stateroom
This space is dominated by a wide center double bunk. On bothsides there are large lighted wardrobes. Drawers and storage are located under the berth. There are shelves beside the bed. Cabinets are located on starboard side. The reading lights are above the bunk and overhead lights are situated on the ceiling. On the port side there is a vanity desk with mirror. There are four opening windows in the cabin, and two windows at the stern. The cabin also has one vent on the ceiling and a 12 V outlet
ENSUITE AFT HEAD
The aft toilet is spacious. It has pressurised water, a basin, and a handshower. The head is supplied with marine vacu-flush head, holding tank and a pumpout fitting on deck. Inside the door on the ceiling, there is an aluminum  curtain rail. Ceiling light and one mirror and an openable window. The compartment is finished in light laminate. Seperate holding tank for each head.
GALLEY
Straight galley providing Durant faced counter space.
•Large double sink made of stainless steel.
•Two burner gimballed gas stove with oven, cover plate and flame guards.
•Gas installation; solid copper pipe, which is connected with flexible hose to gas bottle and stove.
•Shut off valve in the cabinet under the sink.
•Pressurized water system
•Isotemp water heater
•Toploading refrigerator 100 l, which is driven by a 12 V compressor
• Extensive cabinetry; drawers and lockers, cutting board
• Drawer for cutlery, a cabinet for foodstuffs with metal pin drawers
•(1) trash pail.
•The galley has also two opening hatches and a Dorade-vent to provide light and ventilation to this area.
 
Pilothouse
 
The visibility is unimpaired to all directions through the aluminium framed safetyglass windows with suncover for front windows. From the pilothouse there is a companionway to the cockpit and there are also steps, which lead down to the owner's stateroom. The helm station to starboard includes a table with drawer for charts. Ample storage on starboard side. Engine function instruments and navigation equipment are mounted conveniently in a contoured panel providing flush mounting of instruments. Above the helm a translucent, adjustable hatch. The switchboard includes automatic fuses and one push button for the signal horn. There is also a chart light and one overhead light. All instruments are illuminated for night use.
Access to the engine room through the pilothouse sole. An audible alarm indicating oil pressure and temperature malfunctions is fitted in the wheelhouse and at the outer steering station. Warning lamps inside for low oil pressure and high motor temperature. The large raised U-shaped settee accommodates six persons comfortably for dining or relaxing. Storage under the settee. The pilothouse has two overhead hatches, overhead lights and one red chart light.
 
Equipment
ʉۢ( 1) 44 lb. Bruce anchor
•( 1) 22 lb anchor
• Aluminium bow roller.
•Anchor box forward.
•Bottle locker In pilothouse with bottle rack etc.
•Starting batteries
•One automatic electric bilge pump with manual override. One manual bilge pump in cockpit.
•Boarding ladder At stern.
•Cleats 2 forward and 2 aft
•Compass Suunto D135, lighted, on cockpit pedestal
•Depth sounder Raymarine ST70
•Electric outlets 12 V, in pilothouse, forecabin, aftcabin and cockpit
•Emergency steering Direct to rudder stock on aft deck.
•Fairleads 2 forward, 2 in the middle and 2 aft
•(4) Fenders
•Fire extinguishers (1) 4 lbs, (1)13 lbs).
•Ventilated storage for gas bottle inside the cockpit helmsman seat.
•Horn Electric marine horn Instruments 1 tachometer
•Engine oil pressure gauge
•Water temperature gauge
•Engine hour meter
•Ampere and volt meter
•Lifebuoys, 1 horseshoe type
•Life rails Stainless steel stanchions, handrail of teak,with lifelines, gate on starboard-side and aft.
•Lights Navigation, steaming and anchor lights according to international rules
•Flood lights
•Chart light in pilothouse
•Searchlight
•Overhead lights and reading lights at berths
•Indirect lights in galley
•Lights in wardrobes
•Log Raymarine ST70 speed and distance recorder, trip recorder.
•Navigation table In pilothouse, storage space for charts.
•Repair kit Gelcoat in hull colour
•Holding tank emptying from deck or to sea.
•Sink Double sink in stainless steel in galley.
•Stove Propane gas stove with two burners and oven, flame guards, gimballed.
•Switch board Start/stop switch
•(2) Windshield wiper switches
•All instruments are illuminated.
•Ventilation The pilothouse is ventilated through alloy framed hatches. In galley, forward head,and forward cabin, alloy framed hatches. Dorade vents in the galley and the forward toilet.
•Winch handles 1×8", 2×10" with lock

Disclaimer

The Company 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.

Every Nauticat is custom built and this one is made on the unique three stateroom model with additional guest stateroom and two heads. Additional features include the roller furling mainsail, bow thruster, upgraded matresses, folding prop, propeller rope cutter and no outside teak decks.

Location
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FL, United States
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