2002 PDQ 36 Wind Seeker is for sale SOLD

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2002 PDQ 36 Wind Seeker is for sale SOLD

Postby Root » Mon Jun 05, 2017 2:19 pm

Wind Seeker has been sold. We sincerely hope the new owners enjoy her as much as Paula, Boo and I have for the past eleven years. Thank you to all the members of this forum who have steered us in the right direction on repairs, upgrades and to rendezvous with other owners.
We will linger on this forum hopefully to aid owners with their projects and questions about renowned PDQ line of boats.
Warm Regards,
Ray and Paula




Wind Seeker a 2002 PDQ Capella is for sail. We know the spelling is wrong but it is true, Wind Seeker is a capable cruiser and equipped for long sailing passages. We cannot say more than PDQ built the best quality world voyaging boat in her size. Wind Seeker is a USA documented vessel currently located at Smith Point, Virginia. She has been a fantastic boat for us over the past eleven years and full of wonderful memories for Paula and me. We skipped the redundant details of the 36 as they are abundantly available on the Internet. We have lots of photos of the handsome and well appointed PDQ 36 interior and you may have them but we choose instead to list it with images of us and our buds ghosting along with the Gennaker, reaching at 7.5 knots under full sail, on moon rise cruises, breakfast on the "veranda" etc. They best represent the joy of ownership. If you look carefully beyond the smiling faces you will see how Wind Seeker is equipped. We took good care of her. Wind Seeker is ready now for Caribbean winters or ocean passages. We will gladly deliver her to any East Coast U.S.A. port within 200 NM of her current berth, and ideally, with the new owner(s) onboard. Wind Seeker is in exquisite condition with much TLC applied routinely and every system functioning perfectly. Maintenance history and records are included with the sale.

The following is a partial list of gear, design features and upgrades that convey at sale She passes a US Coast Guard examination for her length:
Two 9.9 Yamaha 4 stroke outboards installed in 2014 with hour meters/tach with less than 400 hrs.

Outboard spare parts and propellers
Hard unsinkable Jolly Boat dinghy with a 5hp Lehr propane fueled outboard
Hardtop cockpit cover with full surround canvas and screens
Full batten main sail with Mack Pack cover with lazy jacks
135% Genoa with UV leach protection and furlex furler
North Sail Gennaker with furling sock system and launch bag (so easy to use)
Cherry interior
Led cabin and reading lights
Under salon floor board storage
Tank monitoring system (black water and fresh water tanks)
Battery charger/inverter
Dual shore power inlets
LED interior lighting with reading lights
Braided dock lines and spares
Raymarine st60 - Tri-data
Raymarine st60 - Wind Meter
Raymarine st4000+ Autopilot with Rudder Angle Indicator
Raymarine color chart plotter
Quick windlass with 35lb CQR anchor, 50' chain & 150' Nylon rode on bow anchor roller
4 large fenders
2 folding deck chairs
Fresh water hoses
Shore power cable (2) with adapters
Folding boarding steps and Quick Step (easy boarding)
Life line netting
MOB gear with inflatable life sling plus a standard Life Sling
Flares
EPIRB
LED running lights with LED masthead tricolor and deck light
ICOM VHF with Command Microphone at helm
TRI LENS radar reflector
Phantom screen door in companion way
Refrigerator with added insulation
Galley propane stove with oven
Microwave oven
Complete galley equipment with cooking, dishware and utensils
Grind and Brew coffee maker
Solar panels (three (3) x fifty watts)
Cabin fans x (6)
Air conditioning (new 2014)
Am/Fm stereo with four speakers with remote
Standard Cabin layout forward with aft cabin pantry, removable double bed, a convertible space
Cockpit seat cushions
Propane water heater
Automatic bilge pumps (2) with manual backups
Full size head bowl
3 AGM house batteries
5 fire extinguishers
C02 detector
2 aluminum propane tanks
Aft shower
Life jackets (lots of them)
2 LCD TVS with DVD players with remotes
Nautical library and reference books
Shore TV and telephone cables
Mohu TV antenna
Hatch vents (4)
Hinged hatch screens
Galley window vent fan
First aid kit
Complete head rebuild kit
Propane grill
Maintenance history
Ships paperwork and PDQ owner's manual and equipment manuals/instructions
Bow seats
Wet/dry vacuum
Full deck awning

Asking Price- $170K
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