2003 power catamaran for sale. SkeeterCat 33, a 2003 power catamaran of advanced design was designed and built to achieve the most fuel efficient, seaworthy and comfortable vessel possible for cruising and fishing–both offshore and on the flats. Her wave-piercing bows slice through ocean waves easily, providing an exceptionally smooth ride. Constructed of space-age composite materials, with five buoyancy chambers and a crash compartment in each hull, she is virtually unsinkable. Kevlar 49 reinforced hull bottoms allow the SkeeterCat to glide through shallows and safely beach on her hulls. SkeeterCat is easily trailerable to reach distant destinations quickly–a road trailer is included. SkeeterCat is the perfect vessel for fast and comfortable trips to the Bahamas without burning thousands of gallons of fuel.


33′ SkeeterCat 33

  • Boat Name: Skeeter
  • Year: 2003
  • Current Price: US$ 64,900
  • Located in Stuart, FL
  • Hull Material: Composite
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Twin Gas
  • YW# 62349-3219524
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in the Bahamas
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photo of 33' SkeeterCat 33
cockpit looking aft
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cockpit looking forward
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perfect for a race committee
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helm station

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Boat Name

LOA: 33 ft 0 in
Beam: 12 ft 0 in
Displacement: 3200 lbs

Total Power: 100 HP

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Honda
Year Built: 2015
Engine Model: 50
Engine Type: Outboard
Drive Type: Stern drive
Engine Power: 50 HP
Engine 2:
Engine Brand: Honda
Year Built: 2015
Engine Model: 50
Engine Type: Outboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol
Engine Power: 50 HP

Fresh Water Tanks: (30 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (25 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (6 Gallons)

Number of heads: 1

Designer/Builder notes
SkeeterCat 33 is the most modern hull design that was built to test a new concept for a larger diesel-powered production model. This boat has gone through extensive sea trials (logged over 5000 miles), two propulsion systems and other modifications to achieve the most fuel efficient, practical and comfortable power catamaran for cruising and fishing–offshore and flats!Exceptional fuel efficiency of 3.25 MPG at 4000 RPM / 18.4 MPH! At trawling speed, consumption is less than 1.0 GPH! Top speed is 25 MPH. To understand why this design is so radically different and why it is so efficient, you have to understand the concept behind the design.Weight is the most crucial element in producing an efficient vessel. Weight determines the hull shape, how much water the vessel displaces, amount of vetted surface, wave making and all these factors create resistance. Heavy boats need wide hulls and blunt bows to support all the weight. These shapes plow the water and that consumes a tremendous amount of wasted energy. When colliding with a large wave, it’s like hitting a wall that practically stops the boat. For this type of vessel, it is necessary to use a large propulsion system to overpower this large resistance force to maintain a steady speed.SkeeterCat’s slender hulls and wave-piercing bows just cut through the water and waves like a knife, drastically reducing impact loading, wave-making, stress on the structure, and creates an exceptionally smooth ride. These hulls are very easily driven, so it can maintain her cruising speed with much smaller engines. This boat does not create a wake like conventional boats. When you see a huge wake behind a vessel, that is all wasted energy. It is gross inefficiency that creates shore erosion and wake damage in marinas!Simple Question: What floats better–a piece of bamboo or a heavy hardwood log ballasted with a bunch of bricks? This is a good comparison between SkeeterCat and conventional production power boats. Traditionalists will say, “for offshore it must be built heavy duty and strong.” Building heavy does not necessarily mean strong. Heavy boats will fight the elements, have more stress loads and slower recovery when driven under in large waves. Heavy boats use a lot more raw materials in construction. Modern composite construction is light and super strong. SkeeterCat is built with the same materials as Space X shuttle! Hull construction: CoreCell, ProSet Epoxy, vacuum bagged, outside skin QuadX cloth; double on bottom with Kevlar 49 in the laminate, TriX inside with 10 oz. satin cove; Awlgrip paint.

Another very important boat design feature is SAFETY! Heavy boats sink if holed! By using crash bulkheads and buoyancy chambers throughout the hulls, this major problem can be avoided. SkeeterCat has FIVE buoyancy chambers in EACH HULL, with crash compartments in bow and stern. Kevlar 49 is laminated into the hull up to the waterline for puncture resistance. If all boats would use this simple solution, it would save on insurance costs and avoid the environmental damage caused by fuel and oil spilling when a vessel sinks. In my opinion, this safety feature should be mandatory on all boats!


Advanced design features
SkeeterCat 33 offers 20 advanced design features that no other similar sized vessels have.

  1. Fuel efficiency 3x better than similar sized vessels.
  2. Eco-Friendly–3x smaller &ldquocarbon footprint&rdquo than similar sized vessels.
  3. Weight is one quarter of similar sized vessels, with state-of-the-art composite construction.
  4. Light displacement requires smaller propulsion system; saving on engine costs, fuel tanksize and fuel costs.
  5. Light displacement has less stress loads, more buoyancy and faster recovery in big waves.
  6. Light displacement hulls have a shallow draft; hulls draw 10″ and the rudders and props, only16″
  7. Each hull has 5 buoyancy chambers and sealed crash compartments in the bow and stern
  8. Kevlar 49 laminate in the bottom of the hulls making them virtually unsinkable.
  9. The Wave-Piercing Hulls and light displacement create no wakes, avoiding shore erosion.
  10. Wave-Piercing Hulls and advanced hull shape, cut through the waves instead of riding over and/or plowing into them, creating a much smoother ride.
  11. Wide-spaced catamaran hulls, very low center of gravity, and aerodynamic hull shape, contribute to greater stability in strong crosswinds and beam seas. SkeeterCat 33 doesn’t roll like the traditional deep “V” and round bottom vessels with high freeboard and flat vertical cabin structure.
  12. Sleek, rounded aerodynamic shape with less wind/wave resistance, and stiffer structure.
  13. Powered by two NEW 2015 Honda 50hp outboard engines with the latest Multi-port fuelinjection system and a 5-year warranty.
  14. Engines are optimized to run at 4000 rpm cruising speed with Honda’s exclusive BLASTTechnology (boost low speed torque), which means quieter operation, better fuel economyand longer engine life.
  15. Natural air cooling/ventilating system. No salt water intake. Less expensive, lowmaintenance.
  16. Safe, comfortable cockpit with table seating for 8, good air ventilation. Bimini top can belowered and lock onto the windshield in foul weather.
  17. Two private cabins with twin bunks and built-in, screened, 12″ eight-bladed, 3-speed,12-volt ventilation fans (no A/C needed!).
  18. Two stern cabin windows, two cabin ports, and two bow air scoops that are weather-proofand can be left open even during a rainstorm for air circulation.
  19. Built-in anchoring system to launch and retrieve anchor from cockpit!
  20. Boat can be hauled-out/launched and transported on a trailer towed by a medium-sized SUV!


Equipment list
Twin 2015 Honda 50hp Outboards with 5-year Warranty
25 gallon fiberglass fuel tank
Double axle galvanized trailer, wide load banner, flashing yellow lights
(2) Starting batteries and (2) AMG house batteries
Battery isolators for both sides
Fuse panel for both sides
Built-in 12″ three-speed, 12v fans in each cabin
(3) opening hatches, weather-proof
(2) double bunks with Memory Foam mattress
(6) cabin lights
Head with wall cabinet, sink, pressure water, new porcelain Raritan toilet, holding tank (2) 30 gallon water tanks–one in each hullGalley with single burner propane stove, hood, sink, pressure filtered water, ice-box Cockpit propane cabinet, 10-lb tank with electric shut-off
Cockpit table with contoured bench seating for eight
Curved filet table and (4) rod holders in stern4 ft. long fish locker
Saltwater washdown system
Built-in swim ladder
Built-in Spade aluminum anchor, stainless steel chain, and launching system from the Cockpit
Running lights and LED spotlight built into the bow
Split glass walkthrough windshield
Bimini top can be lowered/locked onto the windshield in foul weather
Push/Pull cable steering system for rudders
Tachometers with engine hour meter for both engines
Lowrance chartplotting GPS and Fish Finder
BG tri-data speed, log, depth gauge
Fuel consumption gauge
PFD pack, life ring and all USCG required safety equipment
Sony 4-speaker AM/FM/CD stereo system
Large storage locker in the bow and (3) cabinets under Cockpit seats
Cockpit & Stern
(2) Contoured Bench Seats for eight
Helm with all instrumentation and controls
Spade aluminum anchor deploy/retrieval system
Stainless steel anchor chain
(3) cabinet storage under bench seats
Propane cabinet and 10 lb. tank with electric shut-off
Split glass windshield for access to foredeck
Bimini top – folds down & locks onto windshield
Built-in stereo speakers
Stern seawater washdown
Stern curved filet table with (4) rod holders – no fish cleaning mess in cockpit! 4 ft. fish locker
Swim ladder
Starboard HullPrivate sleeping cabin with double bunk with thick Memory Foam mattress
Built-in screened 12v ventilation fan – 12 inch, 3-speed
(3) cabin lights
Head (aft) with sink, pressure water, mirrored wall cabinet, porcelain marine toilet, holding tank, privacy curtain30 gal. fresh water tankPort HullPrivate sleeping cabin with double bunk with thick Memory Foam mattress Built-in screened 12v ventilation fan – 12 inch, 3-speed
5000 BTU Frigidaire air conditioning unit
(3) cabin lights

Galley (aft) with single burner propane stove, hood, sink, pressure filtered water, ice-box 30 gal. fresh water tan


Navigation, Electronics & Electrical Systems
Lowrance chartplotting GPS and fish finder BG tri-data–speed, log, depth gauge
CompassTachometers with engine hours
Fuel consumption gauge
Sony 4-speaker AM/FM/CD stereo system Fuse panel
(2) Starting batteries and
Twin 2015 Honda 50hp outboards with 5-year warranty 25 gallon fuel tankFuel efficiency:1500 rpm 6 to 7 kn. less than 1 g/hr2500 rpm 10kn. 2g/hr
4000 rpm 15kn 3.25g/hr

4500rpm 18kn 4.5g/hr – 4 nmg


Double axle galvanized trailer with Wide Load banner and Flashing Yellow Lights
PFD pack, life ring
Large storage locker in bow
(3) weather-proof opening hatches Running lights
LED spotlight built into bowBottom painted with Trinidad Pro in October 2017
Windcraft Multihulls 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.


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on trailer
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one of two motors
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motor uncovered