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  1. 1995 PDQ 36 LRC

    October 17, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    “Prairie Dream” has just returned from two months of cruising in the Bahamas. She is a well maintained, well equipped, safe & comfortable cruising catamaran. “Prairie Dream” is an outstanding example of the very rare LRC (Long Range Cruiser) model PDQ. The inboard diesels provide better reliability, economy, additional tankage, strength and safety features. “Prairie Dream” is fully equipped for extended cruising with four solar panels and a water-maker; she is a very capable extended voyager.

    Prairie Dream is now available for inspection. Call today for an appointment.

    Equipment on Board:

    OUTSIDE EQUIPMENT/EXTRAS:
    Radar Reflector-Zurdell Blipper;
    Solar Panels-360w w/Controller;
    S/S Radar Arch w/Dinghy Lift & Light;
    Lofran Electric Windlass (port) Simpson/Lawrence (stbd);
    35lb Delta Anchor w/ 50′ S/S Chain 100′ 5/8″ Nylon Line;
    35lb CQR Anchor w/50′ S/S Chain 200′ 5/8″ Nylon Line;
    Caribe 9′ RIB w/ Yamaha 15hp 2 stroke;
    COCKPIT:
    Hard Top w/Wrap-around Canvas w/ Eisenglass Windshield;
    Seating–Port/ Starboard and Aft;
    Captain’s Chair & Helm to Port w/ GPS, Autopilot, Compass, Engine Controls & Gauges, Depth Sounder, VHF, Windlass Control, Fire Extinguisher;
    Harken Sheet Winches & Halyard Winch, Line Guides/Pinch Cleats;
    Cushions throughout;
    SAILS & RIGGING:
    Extruded Aluminum Mast & Boom;
    Stainless Steel Wire Standing Rigging;
    Dacron Full-batten Mainsail (inspected 12/12);
    Dacron #1 Genoa 140% on roller furling (inspected 12/12);
    Asymetrical Headsail in Bag;
    2 Harken #42 two speed self-tailing winches;
    1 Harken #16 Self-tailing winch on cabin top; Lazy Jacks on Mainsail;
    Autohelm Radar w/new Screen;
    Autohelm ST4000 Autopilot;
    Autohelm Tridataq (depth/Speed/Log) New ST60;
    Garmin 182C Color/Map GPS;
    Garmin 75 backup GPS;
    Icom M725 SSB Radio w/Autotuner;
    Icom M304 VHF;
    Twin Yanmar 2GM20FC Diesels (2-Cylinder 20hp);
    100 Amp Battery Charger;
    627 Series 2000W Inverter;
    30 Amp Shore Power Cord;
    Seaward 6-Gallon Electric Hot Water Heater (New);
    Village Marine 150GPD Watermaker;
    Tank Tender Moniter System including Holding Tank;
    CABIN/INTERIOR
    Teak & Holly Flooring Throughout;
    U-Shaped Sofa w/two fold-out leaves;
    Shelf Storage/ Main Salon;
    Television & Sony CDX-M30, AM/FM, CD, Cabin & Cockpit Speakers;

    Accommodations:

    Master Stateroom FWD/Starboard w/Queen-sized “Memory Foam” Mattress;
    Guest Stateroom FWD/Port W/Aero Bed Mattress;
    Hanging Lockers w/shelves;
    Storage Shelves;
    Portlights;
    Overhead Hatches;

    Head: Starboard Aft

    Jabsco Head – Electric w/Complete Spare Kit;
    Molded Fiberglass Vanity w/Integral Sink & Storage Below;
    Mirrored Medicine Cabinet;
    Separate Stall Shower w/Seat;
    Opening Hatch w/Solar Vent;
    Engine Access;

    Galley – Portside Midships:

    Double Round Stainless Steel Sinks;
    Molded Countertop, Storage above & Below;
    Novakool Model 200-RT 6 Refrigerator;
    Force 10 Two-burner w/Oven, Propane Stove;
    Prep Counter outboard w/Storage Below;

    Pantry/ Additional Berth – Port Aft:

    Food Storage Cabinet w/Shelves;
    40 QT Engles Electric Freezer;
    Shelves & Storage;
    Slide out Small Berth;
    Portlights;
    Hatch w/Solar Ventilation;
    Engine Access;

    Navigation Station – Starboard Midships:

    Fold out Desk w/ Drawers & Shelves;
    Settee, Storage Cabinet & Shelves;
    Electrical Control Panel;
    Radar, Tank Monitor, Watermaker control w/flow gauge, Stereo;
    Portlights


  2. 1998 PDQ 36 LRC

    October 6, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    PDQ catamarans have earned an excellent reputation as fast, comfortable cruisers. Slow Dance is a very-well maintained example of the very rare LRC (Long Range Cruiser) model which features tri-axial knitted fabric, vinylester resin and additional reinforcement in high stress areas. This model also enhanced economy, performance, reliability and safety by upgrading to inboard diesels, instead of gasoline outboards, as well as additional tankage, strength, and safety features.

    Equipment on Board:

    Galley
    •Adler/Barbour SuperCold Machine 5 cu ft refrigerator with supplemental water cooling system
    •Force 10 Gourmet Galley Range, 2 burners
    •Force 10 oven w/ thermostat and dark glass oven door (propane)
    •Sharp Carousel microwave oven Model R-221A(W)C with shelf
    •Stainless steel double sink (8″ deep, efficiently shaped oblong bins)
    •Saltwater foot pump
    •Fiberglass counter tops outboard between stove and microwave, inboard either side of sinks
    •11 gal Seaward Model S1100 hot water water heater (dual electric/starboard engine exhaust heater)
    •Jabsco PAR-MAX3 automatic multi-outlet water system pump
    •Potable water filtering system
    •Spice rack outboard hull over 4’ counter top in galley
    •Utility rack aft bulkhead of refrigerator over sink countertops

    Plumbing
    •Jabsco marine toilet model
    •Whale Gulper 220 shower/galley waste & bilge pump
    •Whale “Swim ‘N Rinse” shower system
    •PAR water pressure regulators
    •Separate, full height shower with soap/lotion/shampoo dispenser
    •Y-valve for off shore manual pumpout of holding tank in addition to topside pumpout fitting

    Sails
    •135% RF genoa
    •Fully-battened main
    •Asymmetrical spinnaker.
    •Harken 42 Self-tailing Two Speed Winches (2)
    •Harken 16 Self-tailing Two Speed Winch (1)
    •Harken Mk II Jib reefing and furling system
    •Lazy Jacks
    •Aluminum Spar – 49’9″ Mast Height (tall rig)
    •Winch handles (2)

    Electronics
    •Raymarine C-Series Radar/Chart Plotter with Navionics XL9 electronic charts (East Coast and Bahamas)
    •Raymaine NAV 398 GPS/LORAN
    •Raymarine ST60 Wind Machine
    •Raymarine Autohelm ST60 Tridata (Wind / Depth / Speed)
    •Raymarine Autohelm ST4000 autopilot
    •iCom VHF Marine IC-M302 radio (with two antennas)
    •Lighted Ritchie Powerdamp compass at helm station
    •2 independent GPS antennas (starboard feeds Raymarine C-Series Radar/Chart Plotter and port feeds Nav 398 GPS/LORAN)
    •Sony CDX-F50M FM/AM Compact Disc Player

    Electrical

    DC System
    •Sunsei Solar Panel charger/regulator SE-6000, 100 watt each – 2 panels
    •Trojan T-145 Plus 6 volt batteries (4) – 520 AH (house batteries)
    •12 volt heavy duty starter battery located in cockpit port locker, with 4 position barrel selector switch
    •Link 10 battery control/monitor system
    •Heart Interface Freedom 20 inverter/battery charger
    •12v plug receptacles at navigator’s desk and at helm station

    AC System
    •30 amp 115-volt shore power connection.
    •Shore power system includes Powerline Heavy Duty galvanic isolator to prevent stray current corrosion. The isolator is located in the electrical compartment, starboard side aft under the helm.
    •Outlets provided in galley, head, navigation station, both staterooms and port quarter pantry.
    •For ease in shore side connections there are two 30 amp power receptacles with 25 ft shore power cord
    •Fwd receptacle located in port anchor locker
    •Aft receptacle located in cockpit, starboard side
    •Selector switch located in saloon in the electrical compartment, starboard side aft under the helm