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- Wed Apr 12, 2006 8:54 am
- Forum: PDQ Powercat Forum
- Topic: Feedback Please - PDQ 34 or 41
- Replies: 11
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Hi. My wife and I have a PDQ44 Antares. I can tell you that the fit and finish are wonderful. The interior cherry is warm and well joined - and after two years we have had no delamination or deterioration of any kind. People still ooh and ahh when they come aboard. It feels like home to us and we ar...
- Mon Feb 27, 2006 2:04 pm
- Forum: Gear / Equipment / Maintenance
- Topic: Dinghy-boss boats??
- Replies: 7
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Hi Donnie. My wife and I have hull 4409. We have the 11' Aquapro and the 4 stroke 15 hp Yamaha. We LOVE the 4 stroke because it is really quiet relative to the 2 stroke. You can have a conversation without yelling - you can even talk to someone on the dock while you motor past! It is a bit heavier t...
Hi. You were looking for commentary on anchor choice. We have the Spade 140. It's a size bigger than recommended and so perhaps is overkill. It is, however, a beast. We generally set it with both engines in full reverse and it sticks hard in the muddy/sandy bottoms around Rhode Island. After particu...
Hi. My wife and I have a PDQ44 and the steel spade 140. The thing is a beast and we love it. It has yet to drag an inch, and sometimes after a strong wind we have to work it out of the bottom (power over the top of the anchor, then let the wave action work it gradually out of the bottom) because it ...
- Tue Aug 02, 2005 8:47 am
- Forum: PDQ Antares (PDQ 42/44) Forum
- Topic: DINGHY??
- Replies: 6
- Views: 5136
Hi. I have hull #4409. We have a AqualPro SM 11' aluminum rib. We also have the 15 hp fourstroke (weight is the same as the 9 so if you are going 4 stroke you might as well get the 15). We quite like the set up although it took a while to get the tie down situation under control - the engine will bu...