Power Catamarans 2006 Pdq Powercat 34' listed by Curtis Stokes & Associates, Inc. (Off Market)
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The M/V Endeavour is a highly maneuverable and agile power catamaran allowing its owner to complete the American Great Loop single handed. The deck equipment and controls are easily and quickly accessible. Her 2 foot 3 inch draft and 13 foot bridge clearance makes her an ideal choice for the loop or off the beaten path cruising. Her props are located higher than her keel so she can be beached. The fly-bridge provides excellent sight lines and access to the propulsion, steering, and navigation controls.
Entering through the glass sliding door aft, you step down into the spacious Salon including the lower helm station with captain seat to starboard and lounge seating to port. Moving forward, the salon dining area features a large U-shape lounge and table that converts into a double berth for quests, is offset to starboard just slightly to gain additional room in the port side Galley. This was a design change upgrade for the late 2006 PDQ models. The fully outfitted Galley is down and midship in the port side hull along with the guest state room aft. To starboard the head and shower are down midship and the owner stateroom aft. Throughout Endeavour teak and holly flooring makes for a great nautical, homey feel. Storage is also plenty-full with many cabinets and under floor dry storage for your items.
Top side includes an enormous flybridge area with an upper helm station, numerous storage lockers.
The deck provides wide safe walk
34' PDQ PowerCat Salon
The salon area of Endeavour is one of her most appreciated features. The Salon contains three principle focus areas; the lower helm station, the dining table w/seating, and a lounge seating area. She has lots of large windows, excellent ventilation and plenty of comfortable seating. The seat back in-front of the galley can be removed to allow additional pass through space and visibility.
A custom factory modification on this vessel is the enlarged cabinet separating the dinning and lounge areas designed to house a washer/dryer combo. The cabinet is currently shelved which the owner utilizes for supply storage and printer mounting.
Ventilation is provided by sliding windows with built in screens at the helm station and lounge area. Additionally the front center window hinges up and is equipped with a Phantom screen as well as the entry door. Also two upgraded three speed Caframo Bora fans are included.
The seating in the lounge and dining areas is upgraded ultra-leather upholstery in Admiral Blue. Three large storage compartments are located under the dinning seating and two shallow storage compartments are located under the dining table.
In January of 2015 a custom designed folding dining table was added to provide ease of sitting and reaching the forward portion of the dining area. The table can be lowered to make a large birth.
The salon is equipped with a Toshiba 20 inch wide aspect ratio HD Television Set / DVD player connected to a KVH TracVision M3 Satellite TV antenna via a TracVision receiver currently connected to Direct TV.
A Clarion AM/FM/MP3/CD w/remote control Sirius ready stereo with two speakers in the Salon and two on flybridge are provided.
Five 120 volt outlets, one video and one telephone outlet are provided in the Salon area.
The extensive salon windows provide the lower helm station with excellent sight lines. Controls are provided for all the vessels propulsion, navigation, communications and steering systems. Additionally controls are provided here for the bilge pumps, windshield wipers, and horn. A sub-breaker panel is located above the station with the electronics, communication, and exterior light breakers. The helm station is provided with a white vinyl bench seat.
The dining area side of the helm station millwork cabinet provides two doors openings inside. One door is swinging with the main electrical breaker panel installed. The other door is removable. Together, opening these doors provides excellent access to the back side of the breaker panel and the majority of the electronic gear which is installed inside the cabinet. Looking inside will provide good evidence of the craftsmanship utilized in building this vessel.
34' PDQ PowerCat Galley
The galley is well laid out and uses its space very efficiently. It is located midship in the port hull and is open to the salon and dinette area which provides good ventilation along with its two opening ports. New in the late 2006 model year the dinette was pushed to the starboard side which creates additional space in the galley and a removal seat cushion and panel provides a pass through to the main social area. The galley has two 120 Volt outlets. Additional items include:
1 Cu. Ft. LG Microwave / convention oven
Princess two burner propane stove and propane control system.
7.5 Cubic foot Nova Kool 12v side by side refrigerator and freezer
2x Basin sink with cutting board
KEURIG Coffee maker
Two slice toaster
Various galley ware will convey with Endeavour
34' PDQ PowerCat Staterooms
Each stateroom features a queen size berth consisting of a lower plastic mesh layer for air circulation, the standard PDQ mattress and a memory foam topping.
Endeavour offers the brightest and most airy aft stateroom that can be found on any catamaran. This is accomplished with a 19x14 inch rear hatch that also serves as an emergency exit, one opening side port w/removable curtain, and two 34x8 inch non-opening widows with curtain. An upgraded Caframo Bora 3 speed fan is included as well as air conditioning/heating supply and return vents.
Storage includes large hanging and storage lockers, and a 39x16x7 inch below floor dry storage locker.
The staterooms are equipped with an overhead light and two reading lights. 120 Volt, 12 Volt and video outlets are provided.
The companion way between the port stateroom and the head provides an opening port, two enclosed hanging closets, three shelved enclosed storage closets and two 27x19x7 inch below the floor dry storage lockers.
34' PDQ PowerCat Head and Shower
The head is located forward in the starboard hull and contains convenient storage spaces, an electric head and the separate shower stall. The head has been plumbed to use fresh water, (no odor) upgraded black water hoses.
Jabsco Quietflush head
Electric mascerator pump
10" Bowmar opening hatch above shower
Shower sump pump, it does not drain to the bilge.
34' PDQ PowerCat Flybridge
The fly-bridge has a beautiful layout that easily accommodates six plus adults. There is a wide array of cushions for large group seating. The radar mast and Bimini top can easily be dropped by one person and is a proven Looper cruiser.
The helm station provides a near duplicate of the lower station with all propulsion, navigation, communications and steering features. The autopilot control panel was installed in 2014.
Antenna and anchor light
Full Sunbrella Bimini w/boot for retracted position.
Upper helm cover
Aft facing flood light
Ice maker installed
Double helm seat w/reversing back
Portable ice chest
Vented Propane Gas locker with two canisters and remote cut-off valve
Magma SS Newport gas grill New in 2014 w/cover and spare gas canisters.
34' PDQ PowerCat Electronics
This vessel has just about everything you would want to need. It's very well equipped
Raymarine E series of electronics with both fly-bridge and lower helm station are outfitted with an updated E120 display. The VHF has a RAM Mic for the fly-bridge, the autopilot has control capabilities at both stations.
Raymarine 12" display on the fly-bridge and lower helm station
Windlass control on the foredeck with wired remote capable of reaching the flybridge
Smart controller autopilot (wireless smart remote)
Raymarine 2KW radar
Icom M602 VHF w/swivel mount and 6db antenna
DSM 300 depth sounder
Sirius SAT weather module (requires subscription)
Bidirectional Raymarine AIS A/B 2014
Bad Boy long range WiFi system booster 2014
34' PDQ PowerCat Electrical System
This PDQ 34' is extremely well equipped from an electrical standpoint. The heart of the system is a 5KW Northern Lights generator for 120 Volt support. The seven batteries onboard were upgraded to maintenance free type in 2014. All wiring on the M/V Endeavour is to ABYC standards and professionally installed along with being easy to access.
Northern Lights 5KW Genset (Approx 570 hours)
Shore power connections include two 30 A inputs with a 50 A Y connector for connecting to a single 50 A service.
The lighted main PanelTronics electrical panel provides 24 DC breakers plus a 100 Amp main breaker. One breaker feeds a 12 breaker sub-panel located above the lower helm station. The AC portion of the panel provides two busses with 6 breakers each. Three AC input breakers are included for 30A Shore Power 1, 30A Shore Power 2, and 50 A Generator. Two reverse polarity warning lights are provided. When the generator is being utilized or only a single 30 A shore power circuit is available, a paralleling breaker is provided to distribute power to both busses from the single source. Meters are provided to monitor the voltage from the various batteries and line voltages including the associated load current.
A 2000W Xantrex Prosine 2.0 Inverter/charger is provided. This unit automatically keeps 120 V outlets and selected equipment powered in the absence of Shore or Generator power. Additionally it keeps all batteries charged except the generator which has its own system.
A Pathmaker automatic battery combiner allows for the combined charging action while protecting against a failed battery drawing down the charge on the others.
A ProSafe 1 monitors reverse polarity, ground, or galvanic isolation issues associated with shore power connections.
4x New 2014 6V House batteries Model #15020282, MCA @ 32F 900, A.H. 190 RC 380
3x New 2014 12V Start batteries, one for each engine Model #15020092, MCA @ 32F 650, RC 90
34' PDQ PowerCat Engines/Mechanical Equipment
The M/V Endeavour is powered by twin Yanmar Diesels Model # 4JH3-HTE rated at 100HP each. This provides a cruise speed of 14-16 KTS and a fuel burn of about 4.0-4.5 GPH. At slower trawler speed this vessel is very efficient. The engine compartments are spotless and have been very well maintained.
Twin 100HP Yanmar Diesel engines (Approx 1500 hours)
Force 10 water heater, Shore power and engine heated.
Cruisair 18,000 BTU AC unit salon
Cruisair 7,000 BTU AC unit staterooms
Dual Racor 75/500 FGX/MAX fuel filters on each engine w/spare filters
Racor 500 fuel filter on Northern Lights genset w/spare filters
Tides drip-less shaft seals
12V Engine room exhaust fans
Dual bilge pumps
Ball values on all thru-hulls fittings
Spare part kits for the generator and main engines
Upgraded to 4-bladed props
Extraction oil line from Yanmar pans to accessible location on front of main engines added in 2014.
Portable electric oil pump with integrated container convey with vessel
SeaStar Hydraulic steering
A forward 70 gallon fuel tank provides fuel primarily to the generator. An aft 115 gallon fuel tank provides fuel primarily to the engines. A fuel transfer pump and associated fuel management valves are provided to transfer fuel between these two tanks.
34' PDQ PowerCat Deck Equipment
The PDQ PowerCat 34 foot deck provides generous walk ways hand holds and storage areas.
The fore deck has considerable storage space in four lockers. The starboard aft locker contains the fresh water tank and storage space. The port aft locker contains the forward fuel tank, transfer pump and storage. The port forward locker contains the generator and large item storage. The starboard forward locker contains the waste tank, macerator pump and valves for off shore dumping, the raw water pump for deck wash down and large item storage space.
Heavy duty SS Dingy davits are provided on the aft deck. The davits also provides a 7 foot cushioned bench seat. The rear deck is covered with a custom made bimini w/zippered opening to access fly-bridge via a staircase.
The included dingy is a 2014 West Marine Model SB275 nine foot inflatable with wood floor. The dingy motor is a 2014 Torqeedo 1003 S electric motor with two rechargeable batteries.
Dockside water inlet and hand held hot/cold fresh water shower hose are located in the stairs leading up from the water on the port hull.
The deck cleats are 9 inch SS, four are located on the bow, two midship and two on the stern. One additional cleat is provided close to the windless to secure the anchor rode safety line.
SS opening ports w/screens
The ground tackle consist of 35LB Plough anchor on 25' of chain and 175' of rope, anchor bridle, and safety line.
Raw water wash-down for anchor and rode on foredeck.
Solid exterior window canvas covers for front, aft and side windows.
Large lockers on the foredeck
Lewar electric windlass (new 2014) 1000W w/remote
Full safety package includes 6x PFD's (4x standard, 3x inflatable)
4x Side opening access gates
2x Boat hooks for docking and locking assistance
Deck and cleaning supplies
Wood floor in starboard deck storage compartment to protect waste vent
34' PDQ PowerCat Height Information
Antennas up 26'
Antenna down 19'
Mast down 16'
Bimini down 13'
34' PDQ PowerCat 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.