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The PDQ's are known for, and was kept up-to-date by a knowledgeable cruising owner. If you are looking for a quality PDQ 34, you definitely found it here. PDQ's are cruising cat designed for the liveaboard long distance cruiser.
What you will find, and really appreciate are two cabins that hold queen size beds, loads of storage space, lots of interior light and extensive heating, A/C, and ventilation throughout.
The salon/dinette area seats six or more comfortably and the starboard side lower helm has a forward facing double helm chair that provides excellent seating for the co-Captain and a L shaped built-in seating to port.
The flybridge is accessed by steps, not a ladder. It is large enough to accommodate the whole visiting party. The deck area has grab rails everywhere and the walkways are wide enough for two people to pass one another easily.
Docking is a breeze with a sharp turning radius due to the wide drive line spacing. Fuel economy is remarkable with twin 75 hp diesels She will cruise at 13 knots all day and burn less than 4.5 gph. At 7 knots the burn rate is less than 1.5 gph !!
From start to finish, technology is a driving force behind building PDQ boats. The power of this technology is phenomenal in its ability to develop shapes and configurations. With these systems, our designers can quickly and accurately perform weight distribution studies using intricate mathematical models that would otherwise take weeks to complete.
The advantage of having a composite model is that we can accurately see perspective views. This "real life" view gives us the ability to place a hypothetical person in the boat to gather ergonomic data. These ergonomic reference models in turn help us select every item and its placement on board. When it come time to build, we can create cross sections and render 3D surfaces that can then be machined to shape.
The PDQ 34 provides a very open spacious design ideally suited to long distance cruising. With two queen staterooms, lots of entertaining space and unbelievable storage capacity, she has become one of the most popular power catamarans ever built.
• 2 Cabin owner version that can sleep 6 comfortably
• Wood and fiberglass flooring, carpeting in salon
• Fiberglass and wood veneers throughout
• Tri-folding saloon table with with legs for dining and bedding levels.
• Electric head with household bowl, Jabsco quiet-flush fresh water with salt water option
• 1 Enclosed hot/cold water shower
• 2 Navigation station
• Interior LED lighting with main saloon having a dimmer
• Cruisair 16,000 BTU A/C unit (Saloon)
• Cruisair 7,000 BTU A/C unit (Staterooms)
If you like cooking aboard you will love the PDQ 34 galley. Extremely functional with lots of storage space, the galley is hard not to like!!
• Raymarine C80 Chart Plotter and radar on bridge with sounder on both stations
• Raymarine ST5000 Autopilot w/remote
• Two Standard Horizon VHFs, one on flybridge, one at the lower helm.
• Two Ritchie Helmsman Flush Mount Compasses.
• Garmin 740s GPS chartplotter/sounder on Bridge w.
• Sirius XM radio antenna
• Flat screen tv with Shakespeare antenna
She is equipped for long rang cruising. A great Loop or Great Lakes cruising vessel A large house battery bank, inverter and generator allow extended cruising with maximum convenience and almost no need for marina support.
With extra wide decks, excellent anchoring gear and lots of open space for water sports, she is ready for some serious on-the-water enjoyment. Access to the water is easy with the transom steps on both aft sponsons and there is even a hot/cold shower on the port steps. Dinghy davits make storage, launching and retrieval a breeze. Just add your Dingy.