Used Pdq 36 Capella Classic Catamaran Sailboat For Sale 83 pictures

Edwards Yacht Sales presents this Catamaran 1997 Pdq 36 Capella Classic boat for sale.

  • This Pdq 36 Capella Classic offered at $99,900
  • Powered by twin Yamaha T9.9 / 9 hp
  • The boat located in Titusville, Florida (map below) and ready for viewing
  • The listing has been updated and on a market since Apr 18th 2021

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Factory Hardtop Bimini w/Sail Viewing Panels
Schaefer boom furler with articulating mast track system
Custom SS Arch for wind generators, solar panels, dinghy davits
New Carbs (March 2021) on both Yamaha 9.9 hp Hi-Thrust Outboards
Fresh Anti-Fouling Bottom Job w/Micron 66 (2021)
Dual Anchor Windlasses (Lofrans and Quick)
Rocna Anchor (33lb) w/Over 100 ft 3/8 inch Galvanized Chain

Designed by Alan Slater, the PDQ 36 Capella is a well-built nimble-sailing cruising cat designed for families and not for charter companies. Overall, 100 PDQ were built , making it one of the most successful cruising catamarans manufactured in North America. The PDQ 36 Capella is handsome in profile, partially due to clever styling with a cove stripe and portlights on the cabin trunk deflecting your eye from the high freeboard that is a feature of most cruising cats. The hulls are solid fiberglass below the waterline and cored with Klegacell foam above. The decks are also foam-cored, except in areas where high-load fittings are attached. Those areas are solid fiberglass. Her fixed keels make a great deal of sense and the rudders are foil shaped.

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Boat Name
Anne Bonny

Dimensions
LOA: 36 ft 5 in
Beam: 18 ft 3 in
Minimum Draft: 2 ft 10 in
Dry Weight: 8000 lbs

Engines
Total Power: 19.8 HP

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Yamaha
Year Built: 2011
Engine Model: T9.9
Engine Type: Outboard 4S
Engine/Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Engine Power: 9 HP
Engine 2:
Engine Brand: Yamaha
Year Built: 2011
Engine Model: T9.9
Engine Type: Outboard 4S
Engine/Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Engine Power: 9 HP

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: (85 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (55 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (35 Gallons)

Accommodations
Number of heads: 1

Engines

  – 2 x 2011 Yamaha T9.9 High Thrust electric start main engines, Gas, both with new carbs.
  – Main tank fuel gauge and engine tachometers
  – Morse controls
  – Lots of spares, .impellors plugs fuel pump, carb, starter, propeller.
  – Tilt out of water (manual operation) when under sail

Accommodations

The interior plan is one of PDQ most appealing features. She has a practical arrangement that is well suited for extended cruising. Her saloon features a large Cherry folding table with comfortable wraparound settees and unobstructed visibility. Three steps carry you down into each hull. The starboard side features a full-sized chart table amidships and a large molded head compartment with a separate shower aft. The port hull houses the galley, which includes a two-burner stove and oven, double sinks and a generous amount of counter space. Aft to port is a cabin that is designed as a galley pantry and storage room. Her two double sleeping cabins are forward, side-by-side on the bridge-deck. These spacious cabins include queen berths with overhead deck hatches and large hanging lockers. Her head is extremely spacious and has a glass-doored, separate shower. Her overall interior finish truly is practical and very beautiful.

Salon

  – Cherry wood folding table
  – Table slides down to create a huge sleeping area
  – Inflatable mattress for salon sleeping area (never used)
  – Excellent all round view and visibility to galley area

Cabins

  – Aft cabin converted to pantry/ storage area
  – Two forward cabins with queen sized beds
  – Hanging lockers and shelves in each
  – Additional storage abovefoot end of beds
  – Caframo fan per cabin
  – Individual night reading lights
  – Two hatches per cabin, lots of airflow
  – See salon for additional sleeping area

Galley

  – Galley down in port hull, huge area
  – Dual SS sinks
  – Flojet 50 PSI fresh water pump (new 2019)
  – Whale foot pump(fresh water), new 2019, works great
  – Hot and cold fresh water plumbing
  – House fridge (Adler Barbour) and Engel fridge/freezer(new 2019), all 12V
  – Microwave
  – Soda stream and blender (runs off Inverter)
  – Huge pantry, lots of storage and work space
  – Gas stove/oven, Force10 Gourmet Galley Range
  – Composite GAS tank with gauge and new solenoid
  – Pushpit mounted Kuuma SS barbeque

Head Compartment

  – Separate shower stall (Water Puppy shower drain pump)
  – Vanity sink
  – Jabsco electric head, includes a macerator, sea water, just push a button
  – Separate macerator pump to pump out holding tank to ocean
  – 2 x Y-valves to control blackwater flow to holding tank, direct overboard and pumpout

Water Maker

  – Cruise RO 20 gallon/hour water maker
  – New membrane and high pressure housing (2018)
  – Powered by Honda 2200
  – Pickled

Electronics

  – GarminGPSMap 4208, charts covers all of Caribbean and Bahamas
  – Garmin GMI20 multi function display (new 2020)
  – Raymarine ST4000+ autopilot (NMEA 183 connected to chart plotter)
  – Independent depthmeter, not networked (new 2018)
  – Ritchie Powerdamp compass
  – Amec-Camino 108s class B AIS transponder with built in splitter, networked to chart plotter
  – West Marine VHF585 VHF radio(new 2019), NMEA183 connected
  – 2 x West Marine handheld radios (one new 2019)
  – Autonnic wind transducer, NMEA2000 connected (new 2021)
  – NMEA 2000 network and connected sensors to chart plotter and GMI20
  – GMX51 XM weather satellite receiver
  – Airmare Water speed transducer
  – Airmare Depth, temp
  – GPS
  – Wind

  – Jensen MSR3007 marine radio/cd player/XM sound system
  – POLK inside and outside speakers
  – Aux input, connect to your smartphone

  – Garmin Inreach (txt, emergency and vessel tracking)

Electrical System - 110VAC

110VAC

  – Two shore power inlets
  – House system connected to the inverter and main electrical
  – Independent AC panel connected, only used for the watermaker HP pump (connect Honda generator)

  – Shore power cables and plugs
  – AC Breakers/Panels
  – Paneltronics Main AC panel, main and 8 branch breakers feeding electrical outlets, with analogue AC volt and Amp meters
  – AC Sub panel, with four breakers (only one in use for water maker, rest was used for removed AC system), volt meter
  – Polarity indicators on both panels

  – AC outlets in head, navigation, salon, galley and forward cabin areas.
  – Quicksilver galvanic isolator on house system
  – Freedom 20 inverter/charger with Heart interface remote panel, 2000W AC inverted power
  – Honda EU2200I generator, new 2019 (power the water maker and electric heater)

Electrical System - 12VDC

DC and charging system

  – Paneltronics DC panel, main and 23 DC breakers with analogue volt and Amp meters
  – 5 x UPS AGM 147 AH batteries, parallel connected as 1 house system
  – Separate engine start battery
  – 7 x solar panels(total 560W), two systems connected to two PWM controllers, Morningstar Prostar 30 and a Sunsaver 20
  – New MPPT controller, Victron Smartsolar 100v/50A with Bluetooth, not installed.
  – Air Marine 400W wind generator, Sunforce 400W wind generator (noisy, last used 2018)
  – Xantrex Pathmaker
  – 12V DC outlets in salon(2), pantry and helm station
  – DC outlet in Nav area converted to dual USB charge ports
  – Batteries can be directly charged by the Honda EU2200I 12V outlet.

Lights

  – All nav lights except anchor light converted to LED
  – Interior lights (except for reading lights in cabins) LED
  – Courtesy lights at stairs in each hull
  – LED string lights around Bimini hardtop

Sail Inventory and Controls

  – 1 x new Mack Sails mainsail, never used(2021)
  – 1 x Mack Sails Genoa, reasonable condition
  – 1 x Symmetrical spinnaker with sock
  – Schaefer boom furler with articulating mast track system
  – Schaefer headsail furler
  – All sail controls managed from the cockpit
  – Millwaukee 28V right angle drill with winch bit
  – 2 x Harken 42ST dual speed primary winches
  – 1 x Harken 16ST winch
  – Spinlock rope clutches
  – Mainsheet track with Harken car and headsail tracks.
  – Telescopic aluminium boom vang
  – Aluminium Offshore Spars, spreader-less mast

Rigging

  – 2017 detailed rigging inspection, replaced backstays, top shrouds and clevis pin on Martingale
  – Annual inspection since 2017
  – Spare running rigging on boat

Anchoring

  – Primar y (Starboard)
  – Rocna 33lb anchor
  – 3/8 galvanized chain, approximate length is 130, rope rode spliced to chain
  – Quick Hector electric windlass with wired remote control.

  – Secondary (Port)
  – Delta, 22 lb anchor (new 2019)
  – 5/16 galvanized chain, length is 50, Rope rode spliced to chain
  – Lofrans Royal manual windlass

  – Dinghy anchor
  – Bridles and two Wichard chain hooks

General

  – Emergency tiller
  – 4 gallon electric mobile water heater, plug in hoses and powered by Honda generator
  – Lots of spares and tools
  – 2 person inflatable kayak
  – Privacy screens to cover cockpit area
  – Canvas cover to provide additional shaded area between the hardtop and arch
  – Mosquito nets and sun covers for all hatches
  – Manual bildge pump
  – 2 x 1500 Rule automatic electric bildge pumps
  – Swim ladder, port sugar scoop (new 2017)
  – Fresh water shower in port sugar scoop
  – Bosuns chair
  – Factory hardtop Bimini with two sail viewing panels (replaced viewing panels 2017)
  – Custom SS stern arch providing mounting for wind generators, solar panels, dinghy davits, washing line and hammock chair across stern(not on boat)
  – Dual helm seat
  – Anti-fouled with Interlux Micron 66 (2021)
  – Trampoline in excellent condition, new lashing line 2019
  – Two boat hooks
  – Fishing pole holders
  – Fenders and docklines.

Construction

PDQs are known for their construction quality, with solid fiberglass below the waterline, and above the waterline and all decks fiberglass cored with Klegacell or Corecell foam except in areas where high-load fittings are attached which those areas are solid fiberglass. All fiberglass is the finest quality tri-axial knitted fabric and vinylester resin that is vacuum bagged with vacuum assisted injection, reinforced in high stressed areas. PDQs match up or beat any catamarans constructed today!

Safety Equipment

  – Lifejackets, 1 x type 2, 2 x type1, 2 x PFDs one with built in harness
  – Jack lines and two tethers
  – Throwable device and life ring
  – Visual distress signals (flares) and flare gun
  – First aid kit
  – Sound signal devices, Horn plus spare canister
  – Radar reflector x 2 (one mounted on shroud)
  – Smoke alarm, CO detector
  – Garmin Inreach
  – 3 x fire extinguishers
  – Anchor ball

Disclaimer

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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Approximate boat location – Titusville, Florida

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