2007 PDQ MV-41
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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Twin / diesel
- Located In:
- Mystic, CT
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 450,000
- Sale Pending
The PDQ 41 is one of the most innovative cruising yachts launched to date. The 41’ incorporates many of the features that made the 34’ so successful but then because of her additional size includes numerous unique features like the master suite and remarkable flybridge. The performance of the 41’ has exceeded all expectations. With the very smooth and quiet 260 hp Yanmar engines (actually built by BMW) she cruises at a very comfortable 18knts burning 12gph. She has a top speed (fully loaded) of 25.5knts and for the very fuel conscious; at 8 knts she only consumes 2.0 gph. She is also one of the quietest 41’ twin diesel yachts you will ever experience.
The benefits of a catamaran are well known and the PDQ 41 is one of the most highly engineered cruising catamarans available today that accentuates all of those benefits.. Shallow draft, low fuel consumption, lots of living space, enormous storage spaces, and a remarkably smooth ride in offshore sea conditions make her the leader in cruising yachts.
For more information, please contact Beth Simkins at 978 549 7912 or Ross Walton at 707 494 5533.
Please contact Beth Simkins, CPYB at 978-549-7912
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Ted Clements
Flag of Registry: United States
LOA: 41 ft 0 in
Beam: 18 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 2 ft 9 in
Displacement: 26800 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 15 ft 0 in
Total Power: 520 HP
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Engine Model: 6BY
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 1966
Engine Power: 260 HP
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Engine Model: 6BY
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 1966
Engine Power: 260 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (150 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (360 Gallons)
Number of heads: 2
The PDQ 41 features the largest owners suite of any 41’ on the market today. The standard queen sized berth lifts up for storage underneath and is located on the same level as the salon with incredible water views. The mattress was replaced in 2018.
As you step down into the starboard hull you find a luxurious changing area with two hanging lockers, four large drawers, and lots of storage cabinets. Moving forward you enter the master head with a Jabsco quiet flush toilet, fresh water head and a stall shower that is large enough for two people. The master suite has its own a/c unit and is well ventilated with two hatches, three opening ports, a Hella fan and two opening aft windows.
The guest quarters are located on the port side. It has a double berth, opening hatch, opening port and a Hella fan. Guest mattress was purchased in 2018 and covered so it presents well if the bunk is not made up. The guest head is located forward of the galley and features a shower, sink and Jabsco Quiet Flush toilet.
The salon custom table also drops down (cushions provided) to make additional sleeping for two. Standard window curtains were replaced with Poseidon honeycomb shades.
The galley on the PDQ 41 is located in the port hull, down two steps. The galley is open to the salon so that the chef is never out of sight of the entertainment. The Galley features the following :
- Convection/microwave oven
- Double stainless steel sink
- Eye level refrigerator/freezer
- 4 Burner propane stove
- Composite countertops
The galley has enormous volumes of storage and lots of counter space. Even the most demanding chef will be pleased with the layout and functionality.
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 open and very much a part of the entertaining area.
Felix also features an outdoor galley on the flybridge. This includes a refrigerator and a propane grill.
Felix has upgraded and new electronics that include:
- Two (2) Garmin GPS Map 8616 16" displays w XM Weather (one at each helm) (new 2020)
- Garmin Reactor 40 with Smartpump V2 (new 2021)
- 4 KW Radar
- Airmar NEMA 2000 depth sounder in starboard hull
- Stand alone Raymarine depth sounder in port hull
- Sirius satellite weather
- Standard Horizon VHF w/RAM MIC
- AIS-B transponder added. It is the AMEC Widelink B600 Class B SOTDMA (second generation of AIS-B) and includes WIFI. AIS data is displayed on the plotters and is broadcast throughout the boat on WIFI. The data can be displayed on iPads and computers anywhere aboard
- Badboy WIFI receiver is mounted on the arch and rebroadcasts within Felix so marina WIFI and local business WIFI is much stronger
- Satellite TV receiver (KVH TV3) was added which allows Direct TV to be recorded or shown live on the TV. The TV was upgraded to a 32” Samsung Smart TV which can also select local stations from the Shakespeare antenna
- Airmar weather sensor including TWS, AWS, AWA,Temp, etc
- (2) Marathon displays at helm for engine data, weather data, etc
- Charts and guides for Florida, Bahamas and the Loop
Mechanical and Plumbing
The PDQ 41 is powered by twin Yanmar 6BY 260 hp diesels. You will find these engines to be the quietest and smoothest diesels you will experience. Additional mechanical equipment includes:
- Six (6) 1500 GPH bilge pumps
- Quick 1000 anchor windlass
- Custom dinghy davits with integrated bench seat on aft deck
- Dual Racor 500 fuel filters (per engine)
- Complete engine room insulation
- Powered folding arch
- Two (2) 6 gal. water heaters
- Accumulator tank on fresh water system
- Jabsco quiet flush toilets (2)
- Exhaust Gas/water separator on genset
- Analog and LCD gauges on both engines
- Fresh washdown on foredeck
- Salt water wash down on foredeck with high powered pump
- Lewmar 40 stern capstan/winch for raising dinghy and as an aft capstan
- Sump pumps for both showers
- Single Racor 500 (generator)
- Electronic engine controls
- Three (3) zone A/C units which can also provide heat
- Water and waste tank gauges
- Spare parts kits for engines and generator
- Extensive spares for other systems
- Northstar AGM batteries (3) for engines and generator (new 2018)
- Housebank upgraded to 600 amp hours with Lifeline AGMs (new 2018)
The PDQ 41 is wired for both 120V and 12V. The electrical control panel is located just to port, as you enter the salon. The vessel is wired with dual 30 amp shore cables to make power cord handling a little easier.
- 50 amp splitter
- Victron 3kW inverter/charger
- (2) engine start batteries
- Pathfinder battery combiner
- Generator start battery (1)
- (6) 12V outlets
- Aft facing floodlight
- Northern Lights 6 KW generator (589 hrs)
- (4) Lifeline AGM batteries
- Galvanic isolator
- (2) 150 amp alternators
- 120V outlets throughout vessel
- LED courtesy lighting
- LED lights throughout
Total Power: 260 X 2
Cruising Speed: 18knts
Max Speed: 25.5
Hours: 1969 hrs
Fuel: 360 total (160 port and 200 stbd. tanks)
Fresh Water: 150 total (95 port and 55 stbd. tanks)
Holding Tank: 1 x 40 gal starboard, 1 x 30 gal port
The large flybridge is a masterpiece of functional design and is accessed by a staircase, not a ladder. There are two helm chairs and settee seating for six and a table which makes the flybridge great for entertaining. Entertaining is further enhanced by the outdoor galley including a BBQ grill and refrigerator. There is a large amount of storage. The visibility is outstanding for navigation and docking and there is a large open area aft of the seating area which makes a great sun deck. The flybridge arch and bimini fold down for a bridge clearance of 15 feet.
- New Flybridge cushions (new 2019)
- Covers for helm, seats, BBQ, instruments and table
- Flying bridge bimini replaced and stainless frames upgraded in size and stiffness
Deck and Exterior
The PDQ 41 has five opening gates that allows for easy access from any point on the vessel. In addition, access by way of the transom steps makes boarding easy regardless of dock height. Forward there are three major storage areas including a standing headroom generator compartment. The yacht is equipped with one Quick 1000 electric windlass, 200' of 5/16 HS chain and a 66 lb Spade anchor. There is a second spare anchor with chain and rhode.
The cockpit is an open area, designed for maximum functionality. Engine access is from the cockpit and there are several large deep storage areas accessible . One of these lockers is large enough to hold folding bikes. The vessel is equipped with custom dinghy davits with an integrated bench seat and an electric capstan winch is installed to make dinghy retrieval a "breeze". The house battery bank is located under the first step to the flybridge for easy access. Direct water and dinghy access is facilitated by the steps built into the port and starboard transoms. A swim ladder and a hot/cold fresh water shower are located on the port transom.
Felix is also equipped with a Zodiac Cadet 3.10 Hypolon 10'2" RIB dinghy (new 2018) and 15 hp two cycle Yamaha OB. Dinghy davit system modified to provide electric direct hoist of dinghy.
She also comes with the following additional items:
- Textiline window covers (navy)
- Aft bimini added with solar panels above. Construction is welded 316 stainless steel with solar panel wiring run inside the pipes. There are 2 solar panels of 315 watts for a 630 watts total
- Fresh water wash down on bow
- Salt water wash down on bow
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 bridgedeck 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 run the 41' in 5' seas at 18 knts comfortably.
Owners that enjoy performing maintainance tasks will appreciate the care that has been taken to locate all components in very accessable locations. Owners 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 protected by a skeg so running the boat aground will not likely cause any damage. The PDQ uses Marelon seacocks and through hulls and the propeller shafts are bronze so the troublesome corrosion problems that go along with aluminum drive units and metal seacocks is substantially reduced. 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 long-term live-aboard yacht.
The PDQ41 has an excellent and unusual feature in the engine cooling systems. Each engine has 2 salt water intakes and filters, one on each side of its hulls. A valve lets you select which side you use. So if the intake you are running on becomes clogged, it is a simple matter to move the selector valve to switch to the other side.
To Recap the latest Upgrades
Felix Upgrades in the last 3 Years
- Aft bimini added with solar panels above. Construction is welded 316 stainless steel with solar panel wiring run inside the pipes. There are 2 solar panels of 315 watts for a 630 watts total.
- Flying bridge bimini replaced and stainless frames upgraded in size and stiffness.
- Dinghy davit system modified to provide electric direct hoist of dinghy.
- New Zodiac RIB (Cadet 310) 10’2” long with bow compartment and Hypalon fabric.
- Saltwater anchor washdown with high power pump.
- Primary anchor upgraded to 66lb Spade.
- Lower capacity inverter/charger was upgraded to Victron 3KW inverter/charger.
- Garmin MFDs upgraded to 8616(s) at helm and bridge. These have oversized 16” displays and are part of the NEMA 2000 network so a large variety of data from the engines and the vessel can be displayed on them along with chart and radar in formation. They include current charts for all of the US and Bahamas and can display AIS data from other vessels and Active Captain information. Weather data including approaching thunderstorms and fronts is also displayed from Sirius.
- AIS-B transponder added. It is the AMEC Widelink B600 Class B SOTDMA (second generation of AIS-B) and includes WIFI. AIS data is displayed on the plotters and is broadcasr through the WIFI. The data can be displayed on iPads and computers anywhere aboard.
- Two Maretron displays (DSM 410) at the helm station were added and can display a wide variety of data from the engines and the vessel. The owner often uses them to see wind and temperature data from the Airmar Sensor on the arch.
- A Badboy WIFI receiver is mounted on the arch and rebroadcasts within Felix so marina WIFI and local business WIFI is much stronger.
- A satellite TV receiver (KVH TV3) was added which allows Direct TV to be recorded or shown live on the TV. The TV was upgraded to a 32” Samsung Smart TV which can also select local stations from the Shakespeare antenna.
- Poseidon honeycomb shades replaced the cloth drapes.
- A custom Arrigoni table replaced the original cabin table.
- Installed standalone depth sounder in port hull. The network sounder is in the starboard hull. This provides both an independent backup and useful data when in shallow water so you can see which hull in the shallower water.
- Both mattresses were replaced and the one in guest stateroom was fitted with a cover so it presents well if the bunk is not made up.
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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