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Old 06-02-2009, 06:12 PM   #1
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Pacifica, a 39' PDQ is one of a kind. She is fast, comfortable and easy to sail. Thoughtfully refit in 2008/2009 she boasts top of the line systems such as a below decks autopilot, SSB radio, navigation computer, new fridge, new stove, new windlass, new batteries, battery charger, inverter, battery monitor, interior cushions, freshly varnish floors and ALL THIS in 2008/2009. She sails faster and more comfortably than her 36' siblings and getting in/out of the dinghy is oh so easy. Pacifica is turn key ready.

We are full time cruisers having sailed over 20,000nm in the last four years. Pacifica is a new boat to us as most of our miles were on a 40' mono that we crossed the South Pacific on. In the year + we've owned Pacifica we've dump tons of money into her systems to make her cruise ready. In fact we just spent six months cruising from New England to Guatemala and back to Florida. The boat sails like a dream and is amazing to liveaboard. A change of plans has us moving a different directon. Priced to sell Pacifica is worth a look for anyone considering a well founded cruising cat for the Caribbean or beyond.

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Old 06-03-2009, 12:35 PM   #2
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What a tease.

Any place where we can see more pictures of the boat? *Especially interiors. *Where is the boat moored now?

When was she built? *Is galley up or down? *How many heads? *Berths? *Please, I'd like to see more information about her.
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What a tease.

Any place where we can see more pictures of the boat? Especially interiors. Where is the boat moored now?

When was she built? Is galley up or down? How many heads? Berths? Please, I'd like to see more information about her.
Sorry, the original post had a web link to my blog. I guess it was removed by the moderator??? Too bad as it has everything you are asking for + tons of pictures and dialog on various boat projects including the hull extension project.

I'll try to post the link again here www.PDQ36.blogspot.com

If you don't see the link then the best bet is to just do a Google search for: "PDQ 39 for sale by owner" or similar

or go to our Non-Comercial website that documents our travels at: www.SailPacifica.com

The boat is in Fort Meyers Beach, Florida heading to Stuart, Florida and then possibly in the next week to the Chesapeake Bay area for storage and listing with a broker.

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Old 07-28-2009, 01:43 PM   #4
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Boat is located in Stuart Florida on the hard. New bottom paint. We are ready to sell. Website has over 100 pictures and lots of project documentation including 3' hull extensions.

Best to email me at PDQ39cat (att) gmail (dott)com or see updated contact info on my website http://www.PDQ36.blogspot.com

Thanks for taking a look,

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Is the girl with the lobsters/crayfish included in the sail or in the sale?

If not, why is her photograph there? It lends no further information about the boat.

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maybe not...but it shows that it can take you places where you can catch some great crustaceans! mm
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Makes any man want to become an ichthyologist

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Pacifica is SOLD. IF the moderator would be so kind to delete this thread it would be appreciated.
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