I am selling my home for the last two years. This PDQ 32 Classic is the perfect entry into the catamaran market. She is easy to sail single-handed, with a deep cockpit, excellent visibility, twin engines, self-tacking gib (just turn the wheel when tacking to windward), and auto-pilot with remote control. Since purchasing in 2015, I have installed/replaced the following items with new equipment: Yamaha outboard engines, Garmin radar, Doyle mainsail cradle and lazy jacks, Isotherm 12 volt fridge, Marey instant water heater, Mercury tender and tender motor, wind and solar power systems, and Trojan AGM batteries. She also just received fresh bottom paint May, 2018.

Except for the greyest days of no wind, she sustains her own energy consumption on the hook. When under way, I have never had a problem with energy, as on days with no sun or wind she gets about 8 amps from the twin engines. 

I lived on and sailed her in San Francisco bay from the summer of 2016 up until this last November when I sailed her single-handed down the California coast to San Diego. She performed beautifully with the auto-pilot, radar, and AIS alarms all keeping me feeling safe the times I had to sail during the night hours, and the anchor-drag alarm also helped me sleep well at night. She is now based out of Newport Beach on a mooring in the harbor there (mooring also for sale). I have since made numerous trips to Catalina Island staying on the hook for days at a time. She sails amazing on a reach and performs better than many cats close-hauled with a self-tacking gib. Please check out the many reviews online (one included here) as well as the pdqforum.com for more information. 

I am offering her for sale at the asking price of $98,000. 

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