'Malolo' - a PDQ 36' Cruising Catamaran For Sale

by Kevin Collins
(Ft. Pierce)

36' PDQ Composite Cat

36' PDQ Composite Cat

36' PDQ Composite Cat
Refit 2016
Remodeled Galley
Optional Sleeping

Malolo is a Bahama/World-ready cruiser, designed for speed, and long-term live aboard comfort. Her 3’ shoal draft and easy to handle sail plan make it a go anywhere, FUN, boat. If your plans are to coastal cruise, club race or an extended trip into the Caribbean Sea on a budget this is your boat. She has the sought after three cabin one head layout. The remodeled galley with stainless counters and shelving is down offering large prep areas and safety for the cook.

Much attention has been paid to functional storage that doubles as seating. The Davit system includes a Hammock back bench. The storage room has storage shelves the fold out into additional sleeping quarters. The main salon has triple configuration with storage/bed, storage and or open seating.

The battery banks were recently doubled with over 400 amp hours of AGM batteries, 690watts of Solar was added with a floating panel that can be articulated for morning or evening solar exposure. The fuel capacity 65 gallons. Cockpit function and comfort was also greatly enhanced with the addition of a custom extra long dock box/bench with cushions and hammock back for comfort and safety. Includes twin Yamaha high thrust motors and a full motor spare on board. She also features heavy duty hinged 3’ Hull Extensions that can be folded up if needed. Head sails are on new Colligo continuous furler. Genoa, Jib and a fully battened main, and a 325 sf. Spinnaker. Brand new synthetic rigging in 2014. Synthetic life lines. New Raymarine Autopilot, Chart Plotter and Wireless Quantum Radar.

There is a virtual tour located at

Hull & Deck:
White Gel Coat Deck;
3' Hull Extensions on Hinge which can be Lifted or Removed;
Electric Windlass;
Fortress Bow anchor: Fortress 37 with 180ft rode & chain;
New Composite and Stainless Radar arch with Catchment & Dingy Davits;
Aft Boarding platform with shower connections;
Bimini Canvas;
Bottom Pain Recently Applied;
Custom SUP/Surfboard Rack;
New Dyneema Standing Rigging;
New Rear Transom Dockbox Storage Bench with Hammock Back;
New Tramp;

Engine: 2 - 2 cyl Yamaha 9.9 4 Stroke High Thrust Outboards and 1 Spare;
Engine Hours: Unknown;
Fuel Capacity: 65 Gal Gas;
Cruising Speed: 7 Knots;
Max Speed:9 Knots;

Electrical Power:
New 690w of Solar with New Outback Solar Charge Controller;
Shore Power 30 amps;
New Xantrex Battery Chargera;
New Inverter with timer in Galley;
New AGM Battery Bank;

Raymarine: Multitouch 7" Chart Plotter - SL70C, Autopilot, Wind Speed Indicator, Tridata;
VHF Standard Horizon with Remote;

Sails & Rigging:
Sloop rig;
Recently Inspected;
40’ 10" Mast Height;
New Continuos Furler;
New Sheets;
New Custom Engineered Bow Sprit;
All lines are lead back to the Helm;

Stainless Steel Counter Top;
Custom Cabinets;
2- 40 Gallon Fresh water tanks;
2 Burner Stove with Oven;
Double sided sink;
Large Fridge with new Engel Compressor;
Water Heater;

Living Quarters:
2 Bunks with Queen Size Bunks and Closets, One smaller double berth/storage;
New Interior Fabric for Cushions;
U shaped salon that converts to additional sleeping bunk;
Navigation Station on Starboard side;

Aft Head with Standing Shower;
Head constructed out of single piece factory mold for easy cleaning;
20 Gallon Holding Tank Capacity;

Emergency Life Sling;
Spot PLB;

Asking Price: $118,000

Please contact the owner for further details...

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