Cirrus Cat

Overall Length 9.45m (31’0″)
Waterline Length 8.7m (28’6″)
Bridgedeck Length 8.2m (26’11”)
Beam (max.) 4.5m (14’3″)
Draft (max.) 0.8m (2’7″)
Mast Height Off Deck 9.5m (31’0″)
Mast Height Off Water 10.67m (35’0″)
Displacement 3.2 tonnes (7,000 lbs)
Engine & propulsion 1 x 20 hp inboard (Betamarine) with Silette Sonic CatDrive
Mainsail 15 sqm (128 sqft)
125% Genoa 35 sqm (315 sqft)
Staysail Yes
Total Area 50sqm (443 sqft)
Spinnaker Yes
Berths 1 full double, 2-3 small doubles
Staterooms 3
Heads 1
Fuel 75 litres (20 gal)
Fresh Water 189 litres (50 gal)
Classification Cruiser
Designer Prout
Builder Prout Catamarans (England)
Year Introduced 1978
Other Cruising Multihulls by Builder Quest 33CS & Snowgoose 35 (past-prod), and many current production cruising catamarans.
Hull & Sail Plan Hull–U-shaped hulls with integral low aspect ratio keels and rudder skegs, central nacelle and built-in buoyancy compartments; Sail plan mast-aft cutter rig, fully battened mainsail with two sets of slab reef points, roller-furling genoa.
Deck Layout Full rigid foredeck, self-draining lockers, large open cockpit with ample seating, storage lockers, and engine compartment aft in central nacelle.
Standard Layout
Mechanical Steering system – outboard, transom-hung rudders controlled by separate aluminium tillers linked by a transverse bar fitted with a tiller extension arm to allow steering from any position.
Description A modestly sized, affordable cruiser, the Quest 31 was one of the first Prout catamarans offering comfortable, safe ocean-going capabilities. Ideal for families on a budget, she provides ample interior space for live-aboards or extended cruising, is easy to handle by even one person, and has an impeccable safety record. She incorporates the proven Prout design features of U-shaped hulls with low aspect ratio keels, central nacelle, large working genoa and small, manageable mainsail. The result is a relatively fast, easily sailed, dependable craft that even novices can be comfortable sailing.