The Lines and Performance of the 42 in a Smaller Package, Launching Soon

With the same asymmetrical sponson design, striking lines, and flush deck as the 42, the Prowler 36 offers similar performance and functionality in a slightly smaller package. That means not only a lower initial investment but also lower fuel bills, more storage options, and easier trailering.

The 36, though, is anything but a compromise, offering the same massive in-deck storage compartments as

her big sister, the same spacious console with integrated coffin box/lounger, and the same aggressive 26˚ deadrise at the transom.

The expected launch date for hull #1 (shown above) is late 2017, after which she will remain in South Florida and be available for sea trials. Several additional 36s are already in the queue.


Length overall: 35'9"
Beam: 11'6"
Hull Draft: 18"

Hull weight dry: ~ 6,400 lbs.
Power: Twin 300 hp to Twin 400 hp
Fuel: 340 Gallons

Standards and Options

Hull and Deck

  • Flush deck bow to stern
  • Bulkhead-reinforced and foam-filled for an unsinkable platform
  • 100% hand laid fiberglass throughout
  • High-tech construction using multidirectional fabrics: bi-, tri-, and quad-directional non-woven fabrics for unsurpassed strength
  • Foam cored hull using ISO 9001 compliant materials such as Divinycell, Nida-core, and glass reinforced high density urethane
  • Premium UV-stabilized gel coat
  • 100% vinyl ester resin hull (AME 6000)
  • Self-bailing cockpit with overboard drains
  • Walk-through transom with integrated dive platform
  • Knee-friendly nonskid cockpit sole and deck
  • Bulti-in hose rack


  • Helm seating for three with flip-up bolsters and folding armrests
  • Lounge seating forward with folding armrests, cup holders, and coffin boxes beneath
  • Deluxe console with space for full-sized head
  • Oversized electronics panel with space for three 16" displays
  • Lockable storage inside console
  • Custom color-coordinated upholstery
  • Easy-access side entry door
  • Ritchie compass
  • Convenient LED lighting

Cockpit Sole/Deck Compartments

  • Twin fully insulated 500 qt. aft fish boxes with diaphragm pumps
  • Quad 612 qt. fully insulated midship fish boxes or twin 94", 820 boxes
  • Twin fully insulated 720 qt. coffin boxes under console loungers
  • Three anchor stowage compartments with large lids to accommodate 20" bumper balls
  • All hatches double-sided with D-grooved gaskets for effective seal
  • All compartments LED illuminated
  • Twin 45 gal. pressurized transom livewells with aquarium windows and lighting


  • International lighting
  • Uflex MasterDrive dual-cylinder steering with tie bar
  • High performance trim tabs (Bennett XPT or equivalent)
  • Tilt helm with custom stainless steel steering wheel
  • Four 2,200 gph bilge pumps (2 aft, 2 amidships)
  • 20 gal. freshwater washdown with 5.2 gpm pump
  • Saltwater washdown with 5.2 gpm pump
  • Epoxy-coated aluminum fuel cells with crossover valves


  • All 316 stainless steel hardware
  • Heavy duty compression locks on all latches
  • Stainless steel gas struts or friction hinges on all hatches
  • Seven 8" heavy duty pull-up cleats
  • Eighteen heavy duty stainless steel rod holders
  • Four cast heavy duty SS rod holders


  • Tinned wiring and epoxy-lined connectors throughout
  • Custom backlit LED carbon-look switch panels (port and stbd)
  • LED resettable switches
  • Navigation lights
  • LED lighting in all compartments, including anchor stowage
  • Multi-color LED lighting under gunnels
  • Multi-color LED lighting under T-top/hardtop
  • Forward and aft LED spreader lights

Renaissance Prowlers are created in partnership with the owner, allowing an an unparalled degree of freedom and creativity in the process. From design, to rigging of third party state-of-the-art equipment, to luxurious appointments, we accommodate and deliver to the most discriminating customers. Prowler owners are happy to speak with prospective owners and serve as our references, and sea trials are available throughout the United States. Available customizations include, but are not limited to:

  • Customizable heavy duty T-tops
  • Custom radar arches
  • Taco outriggers
  • Audio packages
  • Customized electronics
  • Configurable rear seating options
  • Custom hull color combinations
  • Bow cushions
  • Coaming pads
  • Dive ladder options, including Armstrong removable ladders
  • Configurable dive tank holders
  • Anchor windlass