Azura is a beautiful example of how well owners of the PDQ 34 take care of their boats. She has about 1750 hours on the engines and the interior is spotless. The current owner (third owner) picked up the boat in Florida and just completed the Great Loop. A complete set of Raymarine electronics were installed in 2006 along with a KVH sat TV system.
For those who have been following the PDQ, you know what a following this boat has gained. Serious cruisers have realized this boat is "it" and would talk to you for hours about it's positve attributes. The comfort, space, and fuel economy found in such a manageable footprint, make the PDQ 34 an obvious choice. Why spend more money in a larger, less economical, harder to handle monohull when you can have it all in PDQ 34'?
Do not hesitate to email or phone to discuss this boat further. Beth 978 549 7912 or Ross 707 494 5533
Max Bridge Clearance: 12'4" mast down
Total Power: 75 x 2
Entering through the glass sliding door aft, you step down into the spacious Salon including the Lower Helm Station with seat...Moving forward, the salon is centerline with a large U-shaped lounge and table that converts into a King Size berth...The Galley is down and midship in the port side hull along with one Stateroom aft...The Head & Shower is down and forward in the starboard side along with the Master Stateroom aft...Throughout the boat teak and holly flooring makes for a homey feel...Storage is also abundant with tons of cabinets and under floor dry storage
The Topside includes an enormous Flybridge area with Upper Helm Station, numerous storage lockers, wide walk-arounds and Transom Stairs on each hull...A swim ladder on the port side makes getting in and out of the water a breeze!
The Galley is well laid out and uses its space very efficiently...It is located midship in the port hull...The Galley is open to the Salon and Dinette area and provides good ventilation and ease in socializing with people in the Salon while performing Galley chores...
The Salon area of the MV/34 is one of her most appreciated features...With lots of large windows, excellent ventilation and comfortable seating, she is hard to beat...The Dinette Table drops down and makes a large almost king size berth...The seating back in front of galley can be removed to provide a nice pass through and more visibility into the galley.
Each Stateroom features a Queen Size Berth, ventilation hatches and opening ports, large hanging & storage lockers... With the aft hatch open PDQ 34 offers the most airy aft stateroom to be found on any catamaran.
The Head is located on the Starboard Side forward...It contains convenient storage spaces, electric toilet and the separate stall shower...the head uses fresh water flush and has upgraded hoses to eliminate odor.
The PDQ 34 is extremely well equipped from an electrical standpoint. The heart of the system is a 5 KW northern Lights generator for 120V support and a large 12V House battery bank (440AH). All wireing on the boat is very professionaly installed and easy to access.
The MV/34 is powered by Twin 75HP Yanmar Diesels...This provides cruise speed of 13-15 knts and a fuel burn of about 4.0-4.5 GPH. The engine areas are spotless and have been well maintained. The PDQ 34 features dry bilges due to the use of the Tides dripless shaft seals. These are excellent items and work really well.
Upon arriving in Florida with the boat the owner installed a complete set of Raymarine electronics. This boat is very well equipped with the Raymarine E Series of electronics. The flybridge is outfitted with an a E120 display and the lower helm has an E80. The Radar is a 2 kw. The VHF has a RAM mic for flybridge. Autopilot has controls at both helms.
The Flybridge has a beautiful layout...A wide array of cushions allow for large group seating...The Radar Mast and Bimini Top can easily be dropped down by one person for cruising under low structures...
The standard deck equipment on a PDQ 34 is quite extensive. All canvas is Sunbrella navy.
1751 SW Commodore Place
Palm City, FL 34997