If you are not familiar with all the PDQ Powercat has to offer, what you will find, and really appreciate, are (2) cabins large enough to hold queen size beds, loads of storage space, lots of interior light and extensive ventilation throughout...The salon/dinette area seats (6) or more comfortably and the helm is positioned nicely for the Captain to be included in the socializing...The flybridge is accessed by steps, not a ladder and is big enough to accommodate the whole visiting party...The deck area has grab rails everywhere and the walkways are wide enough for (2) people to pass one another easily... Docking is a breeze with a sharp turning radius due to the wide drive line spacing.
Call Beth Simkins at 978 549 7912 or Ross Walton at 707 494 5533 for more info to schedule a showing.
The 2006 34' PDQ was the culmination of four years of user feedback generating design changes that made her the Flagship of the 34' model line – larger galley, more storage, overhead instrument panel, stainless steel ports, raised & sturdier davits, separate shower, roomier flybridge with more seating and storage...the list goes on.
5 gph at 15 knots - 20 knots at WOT! PDQ Owners use their boats; they don’t sit at the dock.
Flybridge centerline double-wide seating helm station with reversible backrest.
Lower starboard helm station (in A/C or heated comfort) with double-wide seat, located aft on raised bridge deck, overlooking entire Salon. Excellent visibility with all social activity in front and to the side, instead of behind you.
Safe anti-skid stairs with handrails to Flybridge. Wide side decks with SS handrails full fore and aft for safe passageway. Stable platform both at rest and underway with two hulls.
Marina dock friendly with 16'-10" beam.
All Head plumbing mounted in sealed compartment in forward hull (no odor in cabins).
No wave chine slapping in aft staterooms (more restful sleep).
A One-Owner Boat since new – regular maintenance by detail-obsessed mechanical engineer,
Oil change every 200 hrs with Shell Rotella T-6 synthetic oil, full service records.
The adventures of Sno’ Dog are extensively documented on SnoDogLog.com
Special features specific to Sno' Dog:
From the time you open the sliding door of the PDQ 34, you can see how light
and bright she is! Her salon is open and airy with plenty of seating. As you enter,
to your right is the lower helm station. From this location, you can safely
maneuver the boat in rougher conditions. The helm station has full
instrumentation and is purposely set to the aft of the salon. This makes running
the boat as smooth and comfortable as possible. Across from the helm station, to
the left of the sliding door is a fantastic curved settee. It's from this spot, a first
mate can sit and enjoy the ride, use the fold-down table for charts and navigating
or just curl up with a book.
One step down and you are at the dinette which not only seats 6+ but also converts
to a large berth when guests are overflowing the staterooms. Surrounded by
windows, many of them opening, it's a light, bright space. The floors throughout
are all teak and holly.
On the starboard hull, down a couple steps, is the "master" side. It consists of a
stateroom with a queen bed and access to the head with separate shower. With the
opening hatch in the shower and the four opening portholes along the side plus two
hatches in the stateroom, it's not hard to get fantastic ventilation throughout.
On the port hull you'll find the galley and a second stateroom. The galley is open
and with the back cushion/pass through open, it's very much a part of the rest of
the space. It may be "galley down" but it's not away. Aft of the galley is the second
stateroom. It's a mirror image of the master with a queen-sized berth. Sno’ Dog is
unique in that she has four opening ports and hatches (with screens) as well as a
24-hr solar vent, in each aft cabin.
Throughout the interior, storage is abundant. With many lockers, under-seat and
under-floor storage, you can provision for extended cruising without a problem.
The topside is easily navigated with wide decks and handholds in many places.
The lazarettes on the foredeck are deep - great for storing fishing poles, tools, toys
– even folding bicycles. The aft transom steps allow for easy access on and off the dock.
The port side has a swim ladder and a hot/cold shower for post swimming needs!
The Galley is well laid out and uses its space very efficiently...It is located midship
in the port hull... The Galley is open to the Salon and Dinette area and provides
good ventilation (with three opening ports and hatches) and ease in socializing with
people in the Salon while performing Galley chores...
7.5 cu. ft. Nova Kool 12v side-by-side fridge and freezer
Princess 2-burner propane gas cooktop
Two-basin stainless steel sink with cutting board
Microwave/convection oven (with option to operate short-term on inverter, e.g. to make tea)
Shelves with dividers above sink and microwave for cup, glass & dish storage
Full-height “pantry” locker and cabinet below fridge for larger items
Shelf above cook-top with bungee cord restraint
Extra 115v outlet
Propane control (for safety shut-off at tanks)
LED light over counter
The Salon area of the MV/34 is one of her most appreciated features. With many large
windows, excellent ventilation and comfortable seating, she is hard to match. The Dinette table drops down and makes a large, almost king size berth. The seat back of the dinette in front of galley can be removed to provide a pass-through and more visibility into the galley.
Phantom Screens on forward window and Companionway door
Full-Opening Front Window with custom hardware and support
Upgraded Ultraleather upholstery (blue-green color)
Factory-installed Sunbrella side curtains in salon
Roll-up shades on front windows, custom curtains for aft window and door
(2) Hella 12v Fans
Marinco cable TV/Phone inlet with jacks
Clarion AM/FM/MP3/CD Sirius ready stereo w/4 speakers.
Extra 115v outlet behind lower helm
Weems & Plath Chronometer/Tide Clock
Folding table at piano bar
HeaterCraft marine cabin Heater (runs off starboard engine)
LED and dimmable incandescent lights in salon
LED courtesy lights at top of steps (2)
Each Stateroom features a Queen Size Berth, 2 ventilation hatches and 2 opening ports,
as well as a 24-hr solar vent.
Overhead light plus two reading lights at the head of each bed
Hanging locker & two large storage lockers in each stateroom
Extra 115v outlet and a 12v outlet in each stateroom
Video jacks in each stateroom
Snap-on curtains for aft hatches
Vinyl Flaps over aft cabin hatches (2) - prevents dripping with open hatches
Custom-fitted sheets (2 sets) for queen beds
The Head is located on the Starboard Side forward... It contains convenient storage spaces, a marine toilet and a separate stall shower.
Jabsco Twist ‘n’ Lock Marine Toilet (does not consume fresh water)
10" Bomar hatch above shower – with screen
The MV/34 is powered by Twin 100 HP Yanmar Turbo-Charged Diesels...This provides cruise speed of 14-16 knts and a fuel burn of about 4.5 GPH...
In addition to the deck equipment, this boat has a Heavy Duty Radar Mast with a VHF Antenna and the required navigational lights...
Clarion AM/FM/MP3/CD (Sirius ready) Stereo with four Speakers – two on flybridge,
Telephone & Cable TV hookups, TV cable/antenna selector switch. Rogue Wave WiFi extender with wireless router – provides an onboard WiFi network.
Raymarine E-80 7" Networked Display - Color Radar/Chartplotter and Depthsounder
Navionics Gold + Platinum chart chips for all US East coast, Florida & Bahamas
Raymarine Smart Pilot 6001 Autopilot (with hydraulic drive and Rudder Angle sensor)
Raymarine DSM 300 Digital Depthsounder/Fishfinder
Standard Horizon Quest VHF Transceiver
Full Yanmar Instrumentation
Kobelt single-lever controls
Remote electronics circuit breaker panel
Electric horn button
(3) Windshield wiper motor switches
Bilge Pump switches (2)
Windlass cutoff switch
Raymarine E-120 12" Networked Display - Color Radar/Chartplotter and Depthsounder
Additional (back-up) GPS receiver (allows chart plotters to operate independently)
Raymarine Smart Pilot 6001 autopilot control panel (2010)
Raymarine S100 wireless remote handheld autopilot control
Furuno RD-30 Multi-Display w. Airmar Triducer - shows Stbd side Depth (Dual Depth Sounders) -also shows water temperature & speed through the water.
Standard Horizon RAM VHF Microphone/Remote
AFI SS single-trumpet electric horn
Shakespeare VHF Antenna (on side of flybridge)
Shakespeare 2030-G TV Antenna (under flybridge)
Raymarine 2-KW Radome (on fold-down mast)
Single lever Kobelt controls for throttle/shifter
SS Destroyer style SeaStar hydraulic steering
Yanmar Engine Start/Stop, tachometer, alarm instrument panel (2)
Dual Propane tanks with safety cut-off in vented compartment
The Flybridge has a beautiful layout...A wide array of cushions allow for large group seating...The Radar Mast and Bimini Top can easily be dropped down by one person for cruising under low structures...
Spare Prosine 2.0 Sine-wave Inverter/Charger (in original carton)
Spare ShurFlo EXTREME™ Smart Sensor 5.7 Fresh Water Pump
Box of spares for Yanmar engine incl belts, impellors, filters, zincs, etc.
Box of spares for Northern Lights incl belts, impellor, filters, etc.
Manual Bilge pump
Oil Change pump
Throwable “Sno’ Dog” Life Ring
CG-approved PFD’s (6), plus all CG-required items incl. flares, fire extinguishers, placards, etc.
& much more…
AB Laminna 9.5 AL 9.5-ft RIB lightweight Dinghy - with 8-HP Nissan OB mtr - total wt: 155 lb.
This boat is turn-key ready for an extended cruise!
1751 SW Commodore Place
Palm City, FL 34997