If possible, would you buy a new PDQ 34 or 41?

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If possible, would you buy a new PDQ 34 or 41?

Postby mod45 » Mon Feb 12, 2018 4:09 pm

New member trying to procure a 41 and have been doing some research on PDQ's history. If the powercats were still made, would anyone be interested in building and buying a new 34 or 41? I'm amazed at the magic in these hulls and the passionate community that has formed around it. Truly a shame what happened and odd that the market hasn't filled the gap they left behind.

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Re: If possible, would you buy a new PDQ 34 or 41?

Postby deising » Mon Feb 12, 2018 4:24 pm

We could in no way afford one built today, but we love the boat.
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Re: If possible, would you buy a new PDQ 34 or 41?

Postby sailkane » Tue Feb 13, 2018 11:11 am

We always wanted the 41 but purchased the 34 as preparation into the Power Catamaran world.
We bought the PDQ because of the highest quality compared to other manufacturers.

The feedback during the manufacturing of newer models is evident!
We would be the first in line for a new model!

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Re: If possible, would you buy a new PDQ 34 or 41?

Postby jbrad » Thu Feb 15, 2018 1:52 pm

We have been enjoying our 34 for the past twelve years+ and would not hesitate to to purchase a 41 if we were in the market to step up.
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Re: If possible, would you buy a new PDQ 34 or 41?

Postby James Power » Tue Feb 20, 2018 8:53 pm

There have been a few interested parties over the years inquiring about producing the PDQ power cats again. Unfortunately nothing has come to fruition. After touring the Miami boat show this year it is evident that there is a gap in the market as you mentioned.
With 25 years of building, commissioning, sailing, maintaining and repairing these boats I would love another kick at the can, as I believe we could make a great boat better.

James


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