1995 Prout Event 34

Manufacturer: Prout Catamarans
Model: Event 34
Year: 1995
Length (feet): 34
VAT Paid: UK VAT paid
Location: UK

Full Specs

1995 Prout Event 34

1995 Prout Event 34 (hull number 065)

In need of some dedicated TLC, this one is a solid, proven, and capable platform for the discerning multihull enthusiast to put their mark on. The legendary Prout Event 34 was previously described by Practical Boat Owner as “long-legged and luxurious”, with her good-sized open saloon and ability to carry sensible cruising loads. She features the traditional and unique Prout nacelle plus low aspect ratio keels enhancing her strength, beachability, and windward performance.

Designed to be sailed single-handed with ease, effortlessly tacking through 75 degrees, everything can be handled from the spacious cockpit.


LOA: 10.36m / 34ft 0in
LWL: 9.2m / 30ft 3in
Beam: 4.8m / 15ft 8in
Hull beam (max): 1.3m / 4ft 3in
Draft: 0.83m / 2ft 8in
Mast height from deck: 11.5m / 38ft 0in

Sails & rigging:

Mainsail: 17 sq m / 185 sq ft
Genoa (on roller furling): 35 sq m / 380 sq ft
Zspars mast

Engine & propulsion:

Volvo Penta 2030 27hp, 2014
3-blade prop
Silette Sonic hydraulic leg
Hydraulic steering

Navigation equipment:

Clipper depth instrument (helmstation)
Autohelm speed instrument (helmstation)
Autohelm wind instrument (helmstation)
Autohelm ST6000 autopilot (helmstation)
ICOM IC-M423 marine VHF (nav station)
Clipper Navtex (nav station)
Autohelm with MOB (nav station)
Pioneer stereo with speakers (nav station)
Chart table
Radar reflector


3 cabin
1 Jabsco marine head, manual
Galley starboard
Navigation centre port
Large central saloon
Adjustable saloon table
Pressurised water


3-burner cooker (gas)
Oven (gas)
Marine fridge (12v)
Triple sink

Deck gear:

CQR and kedge anchors
Lofrans electric winch
2 forward deck hatches
2 aft cockpit/deck lockers
Swim ladder, port transom
Simpson davits
Shore power inlet
Dedicated genoa winches, manual
Navigation lights
Various fenders and warps


Battery charger
New batteries 2023
Clock & barometer

Errors and omissions excepted” (E&OE)