Price Reduction = $129,000 for a quick sale!

The Island Spirit 37 is the most spacious catamaran for its length of any similarly sized catamaran in the world. This is achieved by virtue of the two main bulkheads being some three feet further apart than on any similar boat with a 22’ beam! The internal volume generated has to be seen to be believed. On stepping into the salon through the companionway doors the visitor will be excused for thinking he or she has stepped aboard a forty foot plus catamaran. This is no idle boast.

And the space created puts many larger catamarans to shame. For here is a yacht that sports a large u-shaped galley with plenty of work surfaces, two refrigerators (one with a small freezer,) a fully equipped chart table with VHF, Aux and CD sound system, custom DC panel and Xantrex 2500 battery management and Inverter system, and a salon that is large enough to seat six adults in comfort without appearing cramped and confining. A GPS chartplotter and Raytheon gauges—including an Autohelm autopilot—are all at the helm station.

Light and airy - she has six hatches in the salon alone - she is the epitome of relaxed spaciousness and comfort, the true essence of what a cruising catamaran should be. Each stateroom has a wardrobe and lockers and is entirely private and isolated from the other parts of the boat. They all have sufficient port lights to provide a through-draft on warm nights.

Sporting a new main sail and extended bimini top, she sails fast and offers plenty of shade. (She underwent an extensive refit in 2010-2011 which included new salon windows, bimini, main sail, sail drive shafts, battery combiner, live aboard maintenance and care in 2010-2012, and again in 2015.) The cockpit is huge—similar in size to most 43 foot cats at least—and the hot water transom shower is positioned over the large (room for two!) sugar scoops so you can shower hands free!

Become a believer—there is no better 4 cabin charter cat value anywhere in the world.

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LOA: 37'
YEAR: 2000
USD: $129,000
LYING: Saint Martin
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Alexis de Boucaud

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Engine 1:
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel

  • 90 gallons in dual fuel tanks
  • 160 gallons in four water tanks
  • Length:  37'
  • Beam:  22' (3' wider than comparable catamarans)
  • Draft:  3.5'
  • Displacement:  15,000 lbs
  • Spec sheet available upon request


  • 4 double staterooms with queen and full size beds, with sheets and monogrammed Sanctuary bath and face towels. (2010)
  • 2 full heads, pull out shower, Whale Gulper sump pumps, 2013
  • H20 pump (2015)
  • 6’ 6” headroom in main salon, 6’ 8” in cockpit, 6’ 2” in hulls
  • Main salon seats 6 around L shaped varnished table with storage cabinet below
  • Storage behind and under main salon seats
  • 6 opening hatches in main salon, tinted windows, replaced all lexan windows 2010
  • New Starboard main salon window - 2016
  • 10 opening port holes on cabin sides and stern, new seals 2011
  • Port visor cantilever porthole covering, one for each stateroom (4)
  • Vinyl teak and holly simulated cabin soles, carpet on steps (2011)
  • Liquor/wine storage area
  • Navigation station and table with Xantrax battery management and DC panel
  • Locking salon door, inside and out, new rollers 2015

  • Quantum Main 2012
  • Doyle Jib 2013
  • Quantum main sail with upgraded batten boxes and slide rods, 2012
  • Doyle 130 genoa (new 2013) on Profurl furling system with new 2013 halyard swivel
  • Main halyard, 2012
  • Forestay, port intermediate shroud, 2014, starboard 2013
  • Port lifeline, 2011
  • Various blocks, shackles, etc.
  • Bottom and rudders faired, 2011, 2015
  • New port rudder post bearing 2015

  • 15 kilo Delta (2014), 25 lb Danforth (old), anchors, 200’ of 5/8” dacron rode
  • 150' bbb 3/8” galvanized anchor chain (2016)
  • Tigress Fortress 1200 Windlass, new brushes 2011, new sprocket 2012 (4 extra
  • brushes included) serviced 2014
  • New (2015) dual bow trampolines, new slides and line
  • New Mainsail cover, 2014
  • Sheet bags, port and starboard, sundries bag in cockpit, 2011
  • Anderson winches #42, (4, one out of service, was used for furling, not needed)
  • Winch handles (4)
  • Rope clutches on mast (3), on cabin top (4)
  • Transom boarding ladder port side
  • Dinghy davit system with 6:1 purchase
  • KISS Wind Generator (not mounted, not operable but fixable? brushes?)
  • Two Solar Panels mounted above bimini (110w each)
  • Engine hour meters (2); not operable, (a third meter inside panel board is
  • operational, at 1300 hours, April 2015), 2011
  • Bow lockers, mast deck lockers
  • Vented forward salon windows for shade and easy cabin top access
  • REPLACED Salon acrylic tinted windows, (6, all but cockpit window) 2010
  • Hot/cold water transom shower, 2010
  • 6 gallon water heater
  • Bimini top, Sunbrella custom dodger window with dual zipper windows, 2010, 2015
  • Bow awning, Sunbrella, 8' x 16'with water catcher feature 2010
  • Sunbrella seat back covers, 2011
  • Over the hull crew seats (2) (not available on any other catamaran, see photos)
  • Life horseshoe rings (2), 2012
  • Adjustable dual helms seat
  • Cockpit lockers, (5)
  • Cockpit light, table, 8 seat cushions.
  • Cockpit cup holders, (5 holds 8)
  • Compass with light
  • Deck lights, with running lights (2012), port and starboard and wiring 2012
  • Tri color masthead light
  • Steering cable, 2010
  • Stainless steering chain, 2010
  • Peace sign graphics; main sail, sail cover, 2015, both bows, 2012
  • Halyards (main NEW, jib 2011 and spin) and reef lines at mast; jib and main sheets and traveler in cockpit

  • Auto Helm Autopilot ST5000+, new transducer 2011, replaced control head, replaced clutch wire, 2015
  • Raymarine ST5000 series, Wind (direction arrow not accurate) Speed (needs calibration), Depth Sounder
  • Navman 5505 Tracker GPS: chart plotter at helm
  • Blue Sea Battery combiner; a charging regulator and charger maximizer
  • Xantrax 2500w inverter and battery charger
  • Two 4D 200Ah AGM batteries, 2014
  • Two 12V engine start AGM batteries, 2012, 2014
  • Marine grade stereo system, MP3, IPOD, USB
  • Custom DC breaker panel board
  • AC outlets; 3 double 110v outlets with GFCI protection
  • Low wattage LED blue underwater lights (2), 2015
  • 12V Refrigerator with small freezer
  • Top loading large cooler box/frig
  • Marine grade cockpit speakers (2), 2014, one bow speaker in box 2015
  • Marine grade main salon speakers (2)
  • AC shore power plug and battery charger (2, 30amp)
  • VHF ship to shore radio (bad speaker)
  • 12V fans (6)
  • Shower sump pumps (2), 2013, (Gulper pumps and pickups; top of the line!)

  • Gas oven and two burner stove with gas control switch
  • Double sink, tall kitchen faucet, soap dispenser
  • Under counter dish drying rack
  • Counter top plate/bowl storage
  • Life line mounted Kumma gas grill 2012, new heat shield 2014
  • Propane locker in cockpit, holds two 20lb. tanks plus additional room
  • Spice rack
  • Microwave 2013
  • Coffee Maker 2014
  • Toaster Oven
  • Wine glasses, 4
  • Various pots, pans, utensils, knives, coffee cups, glasses, plates, bowls, etc.
  • 2 drawers, 4 cabinets
  • Liquor/wine storage locker in main salon
  • Blender 2016

  • Yanmar 2GM20F diesel motors, (2) hours unknown, but estimate about 1500 in the
  • past five years.
  • New service, paint, belts, raw water pump 2012, 2014, 2015
  • New 80amp alternator, 2012, 35 amp 2013
  • Rebuilt exchangers, starter motors (2) 2015, 2016, back-up starter on board
  • Sail drives SD20 (2) with new shafts, bearings, assembly replacement on each, one new propeller, 2011. New seals, bearings, oil and service 2015, 2016, zincs 2016
  • Racor Primary and Yanmar secondary fuel filters, 2015
  • Fuel tanks completely cleaned and fuel sanitized, 2011, 2015
  • Engine room access doors on front; custom addition, not found on other IS 37s
  • New motor mounts (4) 2016

  • Life jackets with whistles and lights: 10
  • Orange flares, rocket launch flares and smoke alarms, 2014
  • Interior paint 2012, touch-up 2016
  • Cove stripe repainted, 2014, water line 2015
  • Port seals on every port 2010-2011
  • Lines, shackles, fasteners, some tools, cruising guides, etc
  • Snorkel equipment for 8
  • 1 large cooler
  • Stern shade cloth
  • DVD player with 23” flat screen monitor
  • 2 fishing rod and reels, assorted lures
  • Bottom paint, PPG Amercoat 214 ablative, Black, 2016, polish of exterior, 2016

  • 11' AB hard bottom dinghy with peace sign graphics
  • 15HP Yamaha outboard, hardwood outboard rail mounted bracket
  • 30’ flex cable and lock
  • Cable lifting system
  • Dinghy anchor and chain
  • 6 gallon fuel tank, oars 2016

  • Brand new Sunbrella bimini
  • New trampolines
  • New bottom and waterline paint & polish
  • Solar panels
  • New lifeline batteries 400ah
  • New main sail cover
  • Two exhaust elbows (April 2017)
  • One fuel feeder pump (April 2017)
  • Two raw water filter systems (April 2017)
  • Rebuilt one raw water pump, new seal and impeller (May 2017)
  • Replaced house batteries with Master Volt 225ah 4D AGM (2) (May 2017)
  • Polished all chrome, topsides and cabin sides (May 2017)
  • Replaced mainsheet and first reef line (April 2017)
  • Helmsman seat and forward hatch covers in Sunbrella (April 2017)
  • Cross beam wire on bow (Sept 2016, $420 cost, done as a result of a rigging survey I had done for insurance, the only thing they recommended, thus insurance was obtained)
  • Have ready to install TIDES Strong track main sail system ($1,500US cost, estimate $350 to install, will make hoisting the main very easy)
  • Port engine battery and cable (Aug 2016)
  • Amercoat nonablative hard bottom paint, sail drive seals, zincs (Aug 2016)
  • Four motor mounts, two per engine (Aug 2016)

Disclaimer: The Multihull Company 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.

Managing Broker

Alexis de Boucaud

Office Phone: +1-484-744-2740
Cell Phone: France - +33 (0) 6 73 97 17 30 St. Martin - +590 690 58 66 06
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~ Jay Clark, Dolphin 460
"Sugar Shack"


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