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1998 PDQ Yachts PDQ 36 Capella LRC

22 November, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

Professionally maintained at its current location in Fort Myers, Florida. This solidly built PDQ catamaran is very well equipped for extended live-aboard cruising. The Canadian registered (previously U.S.A. flagged) 1998 s/v Luck of Edenhall is offered for sale by her owner. She is the LRC (long range cruiser) version with twin Yanmar diesel engines (20 hp). Recently returned from sailing the Maritimes, Azores and Canary Islands, the Caribbean and Florida’s Gulf Coast. With a very impressive inventory of cruising features – both for safety and comfort – she is ready for further sailing adventures.

Equipment on Board:

Mermaid 12000 BTU air-conditioner (reverse cycle heat)
Water maker PUR PowerSurvivor 80E
Force 10 LPG 2 burner stove with oven/broiler
Microwave oven
Wallas Nautic 40D diesel heater
Seaward S600 electric/heat exchanger water heater
Jabasco 37255 electric toilet system (2011)
12v macerator pump/y valve discharge
Pioneer DEH-P6900UB CD receiver
22” HDTV with DVD player (2011)
Magma Newport grill BBQ (2011)
Frigoboat K35F Freezer/refrigerator with Smart Speed Controller
Frigoboat K35F Freezer
1 – 8 lb aluminum LPG tank
1 – 11 lb Lite cylinder composite LPG tank
1 – 10 lb Stl LPG tank

Electronics & Navigation Equipment:
SSB radio ICOM IC-M802
Xantrex Link 2000 battery monitor
Xantrex inverter/charger Freedom Marine 20
Xantrex Trucharge 40 multistage battery charger
Aquair 100 Hydro generator with 2 propellers and hoist in conversion kit
Raymarine ST60 wind
Raymarine ST50 tridata
Raymarine ST4000 wheel autopilot
Cap Horn wind vane
Furuno 1715 radar
2 Kyocara KD-135SX solar panels
4 Siemens Marine Power 50 solar panels
Blue Sky Solar Boost 30241 MPPT charge controller
2 Balmar MC-612 Max Charge alternator regulators
6 HD batteries (2011)
1 Odyssey PC1500 AGM starting battery
Honda 2000i generator (2012)
Horizon GX2335S VHF
Lewmar V1 windlass with manual override
Lopolight Tricolor with anchor – 2 nm LED
KVH TracPhone FB150 Immarsat
2 Marinco 30A 25’ power lines
Garmin GPSmap 5012
Garmin GPSmap 182C
Transformer – converts 240v/120v AC

Deck Equipment & Hull:
Cobra 16 kg anchor with 100’ 5/16” G4 chain and 200’ 9/16” line
Danforth 22 lb galvanized anchor with 60’ 1/4″ G4 chain and 200’ 1/2″ line
15 lb Fortress anchor
Lewmar V1 Windlass with manual override
Fully enclosed dodgers/bimini
Cockpit cushions
1 Vetus commodore helm seat with gaspower adjustable pedestal
1 Springfield Yachtsman chair with fixed pedestal
Blue Performance cockpit, searail and winch handles bags
Hard top bimini
2 12v bilge pumps

Engine & Mechanical:
w/SD20 sail drive
Algea-X fuel cleaner
2 Racor fuel filters/water separators
Starboard engine rebuild 01/2011
2 two-blade folding propellers
2 three-blade fixed propellers

Sails & Rigging:
Storm-Bag storm jib
Harken MK11 unit 1.2 jib furler
Istec parasailor symmetrical spinnaker w/Easysnuffer
Standard symmetrical spinnaker
2 reefs full batten main sail
150% jib
Walder 203C boom brake
Main sheet traveller runs on the top of the hard-top

Titan AL-310 rigid inflatable (2008)
Yamaha 15 hp 2-stroke outboard motor (2011)
Heavy Duty S/S davits with triple pulley blocks

Safety Equipment & Other:
ARC GlobalFix 406 EPIRB
Zodiac Class Ocean ISAF life raft (2008)
Electro System gas detector w/solenoid valve
Tri-Lens Radar reflector
Davis Echomaster radar reflector
Fiorentino Para Anchor w/anchor rode
Paratech Delta Drogue
Katadyn Survivor 06 manual watermaker
West Marine (JonBuoy) Life Saver MOB module
Lifesling Overboard Rescue System
Emergency tiller system
Fire extinguishers

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