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Old 15-03-2015, 16:24   #1
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1993 PDQ 36 catamaran

Very good condition, cruise ready.
Motors: 2010 Yamaha high thrust electric tilt xl shaft, very good condition.
New aluminum 56 gallon fuel tank.
Morse shift controls
Electrical and electronics: 4 Duracell 6v batteries, new 2011
2 55w solar panels on foredeck with PWM solar controller
1 435w Sunpower solar panel with Midnite MPPT controller mounted on custom aluminum arch. All new.
Xantrex Freedom 458 inverter/charger. 100 amp battery charger and 2000 watt inverter new 12/2012
Standard Horizon GX 2150 VHF/AIS new 12/2012 with Standard Horizon ram mike new 10/2014
Standard Horizon CP390i chartplotter new 12/2012
Raymarine depth and speed
Raymarine XT 6002 autopilot
Sony Marine CD/FM radio with cockpit speakers
19" TV/VCR combo
Sails and canvas: Mack fully battened mainsail new 12/2012
Mack roller furling 110% genoa new 01/2011
Harken roller furling
Mainsail cover, Bimini, front windshield with eisenglass and rear cockpit canvas all new 12/2012
Ground a Tackle: 33lb Rocna new 10/2014 with chain and rode
Fortress FX 37 with chain and rode
Salt water wash down pump
Galley: 2 burner Force 10 stove with oven and broiler
12v Adler Barbour Cold Machine refrigerator new 11/2008
2 10lb aluminum propane tanks
Filtered water tap
Head: C-Head composting head new10/2014. Or would install new Jabsco manual head to replace the C-Head if wanted and hook up to 35 gallon holding tank.
Misc: new aluminum arch hold the 435w solar panel and acts as davits for the dinghy
New Magma propane BBQ
Achilles 9'-6" aluminum bottom roll up inflatable with a 2hp Mariner outboard

Had a full survey done 08/2014 available upon request. $10,000 put into the boat in upgrades after the survey was completed.
Email for more info or pictures catedelmiami@yahoo.com

Asking $125,000

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Old 15-03-2015, 17:07   #2
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Very nice! One day when I get rich!

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Old 16-03-2015, 05:11   #3
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Didn't you just buy this? Change of plans?

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Where is she?
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Re: 1993 PDQ 36 catamaran

The motors are outboards on a well? You use them to charge batteries or genset? How you protect yoyrself from gasoline rsiks?
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Didn't you just buy this? Change of plans?

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About 8months ago. We've done this with the last 3 cats, buy them then keep them for a season. Gets us out of the cold weather in the winter and keeps me busy tinkering with them. It's time to find a boat we can keep for more than one season.
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The motors are outboards on a well? You use them to charge batteries or genset? How you protect yoyrself from gasoline rsiks?

Solar takes care of all charging. Batteries are usually topped up by 1:00pm. The gas tank is located under the cockpit floor and it there are any fumes they drain through the bridgedeck. Probably 99% of the boats in the world are outboard powered yet it's rare to hear of any gasoline related problems.
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Re: 1993 PDQ 36 catamaran

Ive seen this pdq, she is flawless
Wish she had been for sale 2 months ago...
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Ive seen this pdq, she is flawless
Wish she had been for sale 2 months ago...
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So you're the ones who bought Adagio? 😗

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So you're the ones who bought Adagio?

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That would be going the opposite direction! We need to have less $ tied up in a boat.
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Will you take Canadian dollars?
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No, but I will take British Pounds:-)
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