Model year -- 2005
Overall length -- 43'5""
Length at waterline -- 41'
Beam -- 18'8"
Draft -- 36"
Displacement -- 22,800 lbs
Fuel capacity -- 500 gal
Water capacity -- 195 gal
Engines -- twin 240 hp diesels
Hull, deck, & structural bulkheads biaxial fiberglass
w/ isophthalic/vinylester resins & Nida Core, vacuum bagged
Uniglass for critical reinforcement
Hull to deck fastened chemically & mechanically
5 yr limited structural/blister warranty
Epoxy/barrier bottom paint
|Owner Comments: We specifically purchased the TrawlerCat 44 because of the layout. The exterior walkways are very wide providing room for passage, fishing, large groups and big people. The Salon has more headroom for us tall people. Nothing in this price range compares. |
We added a King Bed to the forward Master State Room and will leave our 10” Temprupedic foam mattress if desired. Included are dual night stands and a second TV mounted on the bulkhead. Three steps down in the starboard hull is a full size master bath with custom privacy teak door. The adjoining dressing room has his and her closets, large drawer base, extra storage and custom overhead shoe rack.
Two Guest State rooms occupy the aft hulls with each hosting a Queen Bed, clothes locker and drawer base. We added custom made, tapestry wrapped memory foam mattresses, which look great without the beds made.
The Galley is in the port hull between the guest state room and second head. Fully equipped it features a dual stainless steel sink with single faucet, water purification system, Fisher-Pakel dish-drawer dishwasher, 7.5 cu. ft. front loading side-by-side refrigerator, microwave, and propane stove with oven. It is designed to cruise long term with the built-in Tundra ice maker and separate freezer. The storage is excellent.
The Guest Head is very comfortable! Everyone comments on the exceptional space. The Gibraltar vanity is large and elegant. The toilet is separate from the shower and is perfect for tall guests. The washer/dryer combo with clothes rod is smartly positioned in the guest shower.
We included every option plus some as we had “our baby” custom built. The water maker and extra freezer have been maintained but never used. Electronic Equipment includes the Raymarine Radar/Chartplotter/FishFinder, GPS, hydraulic autopilot, depth transducer and dual VHF. Options include KVH Trackvision C-3 Satellite TV, XM Stereo, 20” Flat Panel TV with DVD Player and a second TV in the master suite. Four 110 watt solar panels are mounted on the top of the cockpit.
Electrical System: 110 volt shore power, A/C – D/C electrical panel, dual 30 amp shore power, 12 volt water system, 12 volt interior lighting, 3000 watt inverter, 12 volt control panel at helm. 3 air-conditioners (aft, forward & helm), 110 volt 11 gallon hot water heater, and twelve 12-volt fans.
Other Options included a 6 kw Northern Lights Diesel Generator, Stainless Steel Transom Rack with davits and propane grill, fuel polishing system, deck pads, Earthstone countertops, central vacuum, and Sea Recovery water maker (12 volt 400 GPD with auto flush)
Remarks: The port engine was recently replace by Yanmar and has less than a 100 hours. The starboard engine has right at 700 hours. This is an amazingly well engineered vessel. We cant’ emphasize how much the head room is appreciated.
We have 12 life jackets and have handled large groups of friends and family comfortably. They love the wide decks, different living levels, open foredeck and multiple seating areas. Wide prop spacing makes maneuvering a breeze. The props are hull-protected in the event of grounding.
The best part is it floats leveler than conventional craft creating superb stability for those of us that are challenged with seasickness. At this price the 11’ fiberglass dingy and 15 hp Four Stroke Yamaha is being reserved. We invite you to sea trial Pat’s Cat and you will appreciate her as much as we do!
P.S. I almost forgot we had a live-well built-in and added 7 stainless steel rod holders in case you have the urge to wet a line. We hope someone enjoys this magnificent vessel as much as we have. Here’s to cool cruising!