This vessel cruises at 18 knots while burning less than 12 gallons per hour on both engines! This is a very sought after PDQ 41 and is currently the only one on the market in the world. The engine room and engines are simply spotless and so are all the bilges, if you are looking for a pristine vessel than look no further.
It will be hard to find a vessel that shows so well and is so easy to handle, this owner single handedly docks and undocks this vessel with a wireless Yacht controller system (not included in sale) that allows you to maneuver the vessel from anywhere on board. She is completely turnkey. She has been extremely well professionally maintained and is loaded with many, many extras. Just add your bathing suit and you're off the dock!
This is the second to last PDQ 41 to leave the Canadian factory. She is fully equipped and ready to go cruising. The PDQ 41 incorporates some of the most innovative design technology available in the market today. With her master suite that features a walk around queen on the salon level she is truly a "first in yacht design". In addition to her unique layout her unbelievable performance and economy of operation make her a "first" in her class. This was the last PDQ manufactured by the Whitby company and reflects all of the latest refinements and technology in power catamaran design. A total of 11 of these yachts were delivered (hull 11 was delivered before #10). She is currently located in Miami Beach, FL available for immediate delivery.
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Manual bilge pump
Electric bilge pump
Shore power inlet
Manufacturer Provided Description
Would you buy a luxury home with the master bedroom in the basement? Of course not. But that is exactly what most boats this size have to offer. The walk-around bed on the PDQ 41 is surrounded by full-size windows and is located on the saloon level. In fact, the master suite also occupies the entire starboard hull. This provides a tremendous amount of storage for live-aboard cruising. With the queen-size bed in the master suite, a galley big enough to be called a kitchen, and a 2-person shower in the master head, the PDQ 41 was designed for comfortable living and extensive cruising.Excellent visibility, great ventilation and brightness creates an inside space you can truly live in. Ease of movement from flybridge to cockpit to foredeck is achieved by purposeful design found through out the PDQ 41. The flybridge has a true motoryacht feel with features like wrap-around seating and sun pad, but also provides the practicality of a powered folding arch.Whether you are cruising the Islands or completing the Great Loop, the PDQ 41 offers the perfect balance between speed and economy.
The PDQ 41 is a 2-stateroom, 2-head vessel. The one-of-its-kind master suite is located on the main, living level of the yacht while the guest stateroom is aft in the port hull. The salon table also drops down to make an additional berth.
The master suite incorporates a walk-around queen berth, large changing area, and a spacious head. The master berth is located on the same level as the salon and is surrounded by windows and opening hatches. This unique design provides a wonderful feeling of being "on the water" rather than "down in a cave". The master berth lifts electrically and provides a large storage area. Stepping down two steps places you in the dressing area where there are abundant hanging lockers, drawers, and storage cabinets. Forward of the dressing area is a large head with a fresh water plumbed, quiet-flush toilet and a very large stall shower. Fresh air ventilation thru the master is excellent. It should be noted when entertaining guests, the master closes off from the rest of the boat and allows a very quiet and private space.
The guest stateroom (located just aft of the galley) has a bright and well-ventilated double berth, a large hanging locker and a 12v fan. The guest cabin also has a custom shelving installed. The washer/dryer is also located in the guest stateroom. The guest head is located just forward of the galley.
The salon, like the master suite, is on the deck level and is surrounded with windows. This provides a very airy, open feeling with excellent visibility. The salon area encompasses a main seating area with dining table that seats six very comfortably, a navigation/entertainment table and the lower helm station. The salon table drops down to make a large berth when extra guests arrive. The navigation table makes a great PC work area and some owners have built a custom storage/shelf unit under the table. Multiple storage areas are located under the salon seating and in the floor under the salon table. Further "nice touches" include a Phantom screen on the salon door, opening center window, dimmer switch on the overhead salon light, and Ultraleather upholstery throughout.
Beautiful, custom made dinette table
The galley is located down two steps in the port hull. Standard in the galley is a full size microwave/convection oven, Nova Kool 12v refrigerator/freezer, three burner propane cooktop, double stainless steel sink and ample counter space. Cabinet and drawer space is also extensive. Two large pantries are also located in the forward end of the galley. Because the galley opens up directly into the salon it is quite airy and very much a part of the entertaining area. The galley is large enough for two chefs to work together comfortably
Like all PDQ designs, the 41' incorporates a large and very functional flybridge. Unlike many yachts where the flybridge is just an afterthought, this flybridge is most impressive and well designed. The advantages are great visibility, seating for eight, a complete outdoor galley, an unbelievable amount of storage and an aft sundeck for the sun worshipers. Access is by way of a gentle staircase that makes passage safe in any sea conditions. Two comfortable helm chairs make long passages comfortable and the windscreen really works. In thirty knots of wind there is virtually no breeze at eye level! The arch also lowers electrically for a low bridge clearance of 14' 9". There is just no better place to entertain (in good weather) than the flybridge of the PDQ 41'.
New (2012) Sunbrella flybridge cushions
New (2012) frig on flybridge
The deck and exterior components of the PDQ 41 are all designed to enhance functionality and decrease maintenance. Provisions have been included in the design for a solid anchoring systems, excellent storage space, ease of deck, bow and water access. She has just had a a full canvas package including an aft bimini over the cockpit. Specific items that are worthy of mentioning include:
Aggressive non skid decks
Second anchor locker
Five opening access boarding gates
Hot/cold fresh water shower on transom
Twin fish box under cockpit floor
Quick 500 capstan/windlas on transom
Two large bow storage areas in hull
One large storage area midship
Electric lowering arch
Quick 1000 windlass remote with digital chain counter and light
Rocna 60kg anchor
200' 5/16 HT chain
Fresh water deck washdown
Raw water deck washdown is 99% installed...just needs thru-hull!
Dockside inlet for water
Built in swim ladder on transom steps
Built in stainless steel line fairleads
Sabrinka is equipped with the Raymarine system with redundancy at both helms with a Garmin antenna added 2013. The system consists of one E120 display at each helm, a 6002 Smart Pilot with remote that can be used anywhere on board ship, DSM 300 depth sounder, and a 4KW radar unit. A standard horizon digital VHF radio with remote mic on the flybridge is also included. The master stateroom is wired for an additional TV. Raymarine electronics and wiring as well as the engine instrumentation, are readily accessible from behind the lower helm station.
Sat TV/Sirius/Seatel system
New, light 27" tv/dvd with custom cabinet
Shakespeare TV antenna w/amplifier
Stereo w/speakers in salon and on flybridge
Sirius Weather for Raymarine system
The electrical system on the PDQ 41 is best described as simple, well done, and very capable. The major components consist of a 6KW Northern Lights generator, a Prosine 2000 inverter/charger, twin 30 amp shore power inputs, and an upgraded 800 AH house battery bank (new 2011). The main electrical panel is located just aft of the entertainment center/nav area. The panel hinges offer complete access to the central wiring area. The Prosine inverter/charging system is a truly "smart" system and provides security and control over both the 110V and 12V systems. The house battery bank is located under one of the FB steps to make maintenance an easy task and consists of four 110 AH wet cell batteries. The engine start batteries are isolated for use but combined with the house bank for charging. The generator start battery is completely isolated. The generator is located forward in the starboard hull and is in a Northern Lights sound box. There is full (6'+) standing headroom in front of the generator for ease of maintenance. Placement of the generator in the forward part of the hull also allows for minimum noise intrusion into the main cabin.
One of the best engines to be offered in the marine market is the Yanmar 6BY series. The engines used in the PDQ are the 260HP version which have now proven to be one of the quietest, smoothest and best performing engines available. These engines give the 41' a top speed, fully loaded of about 25 knots and a very comfortable cruise speed of 18 to 20 knts. At 18 knots total fuel consumption is less than 12 gph. Another remarkable aspect of these engines in conjunction with the hull design is that ON ONE ENGINE, she will reach a top speed of 18.5 knts!!!! On the subject of ultimate economy, running at a speed of 7.4 knts with both engines, the range is about 1440nm. On one engine at 7.4 knts, the range is about 1700nm. Following are further mechanical highlights worthy of mention:
3 zone Cruisair air conditioning
Racor 1000 fuel filters on engines and generator w/fuel pump
Electronic engine controls
LCD engine displays at lower helm
Gas water separator on gen set
Tides strong seal dripless shaft seals
Dual 6 gal hot water heaters
six (6) 1500 gph bilge pumps
Line cutters on shafts
PDQ has developed a reputation for having the most advanced technical design capability in the catamaran industry. This was proven with the incredible efficiency and seaworthiness of the 34. In the design of the 41', they were able to "scale up" the proven 34 hull design with minor modifications and it has now proven to be as efficient as the 34. With a larger footprint, higher bridge deck clearance and more displacement, the designers were able to deliver a smoother-riding and quieter yacht that can handle much larger seas comfortably. It is not uncommon to comfortably run the 41' in 5' seas at 18 knts. Some owners have commented that on 10’ Gulfstream crossings they have not felt the least bit concerned.
Owners that perform their own maintenance tasks will appreciate the care that has been taken to locate all components in very accessible locations. Owners will also appreciate that the hull is laid up with solid fiberglass below the waterline. Closed cell foam coring is only used above the waterline. This translates to a more durable boat, one that can be intentionally beached or anchored somewhere that dries out. Lastly, the running gear is totally protected by a skeg so running the boat aground will not cause any damage. Bottom line...the 41 is a good offshore design that will not let you down when the going gets tough but also incorporates many features that make it a great coastal/Bahamas cruising yacht.
The 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.
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