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I nominate it for a giant plant holder!
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I was pointed out to a Proto Erector 34 catamaran listed at 32000 Euro, as you can see the ad does not list much, neither are there any pictures...

I have contacted the owners and have obtained some pics, here are two of them :




This will not be a cruising cat for us....
If anybody is interested, I can forward all the pictures... (no interior pics)

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Talking about Prout, any Prout owners care to comment on the Quest 33, Snowgoose 34 and Event 34 ? Since these boats are mostly around the same budget (Event a bit higher), are there big differences? Any model to be preferred ?
Did not get much feedback on this one, no Prout sailors on Sailnet ?
I'll make it easier, I'll add in a few models and take the event out

Prout Quest 31
Prout Quest 33
Prout Snowgoose 34
Prout Snowgoose 35

Any feedback / comparison would be appreciated, also if you prefer one specific one out of these, tell us why

I do understand from previous feedback that the Snowgooses have a big tendency to hobbyhorse, is this also true for the Quest ?

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