PDQ Antares 44 for Sale

A True Blue Water Sailing Catamaran

PRICE: $________ USD
LailaPad catamaran Overview

LailaPad TBD



Blue catamaran spacious galley


For the complete specifications on LailaPad, link to the Yacht World listing or give us a call at (978) 549-7912 more information.

Price: $_________ USD

Link here for full listing on our Yacht World page.

Walk through the _______ that's currently for sale. TBD
Equipment Highlights:
  • New installation of Port and Starboard Yanmar 3YM30AE engines (2019)
  • Includes full transferable warranty
  • 50 hour service completed in Oct 2019
  • Mainsail - 60m² - by Quantum in Cruising Dacron (10/2017)
  • 150% Genoa - 42m² - by Quantum in Cruising Dacron - (10/2017)
  • Code Zero - 80m² - by Quantum in CZ high strength Tri radial with Dacron UV Cover (10/2017)
  • Screecher - 60m² - by Mack Sails in Polyester (2012)
  • Spinnaker - in Polyester with sock (2012)
  • 95% Jib - 23m² - Factory original rarely used
  • Raymarine AxiomPRO 12”R with Navionics Gold Charts Caribbean + S. America
  • 2x Raymarine i70s Instruments
  • Raymarine p70s Autopilot Control Head
  • Raymarine SmartPilot S3 Autopilot with Lewmar servo
  • Raymarine depth, temp, speed transducer (port hull)
  • Garmin GPSMap 742 7” Chartplotter
  • Garmin BlueCharts for US, Bahamas, E. Caribbean, W. Caribbean
  • Garmin Fishfinder & Sonar (starboard Hull)
  • Standard Horizon AIS/GPS VHF GX 2200 (New 2019!)
  • Raymarine QUANTUM Radar (New FALL 2017)
  • Raymarine Autopilot (New 2018)
  • Standard Horizon VHF remote MIC (New 2019)
  • New Dyform main shrouds and headstay by M-Rigging Annapolis (2017)
  • New cutlass bearings (2018)
  • Northern Lights 6kW genset overhauled in 2018
  • New 600W solar panels on arch and 175 W on hardtop (2016)
  • New Sunbrella with stratoglass cockpit enclosure. Screens are sewn in to allow the stratoglass to be lowered for ventilation (2018)
  • Yamaha 15HP 4-Stroke Outboard with Electric Start (2015)

Link here for full listing on our Yacht World page.

Are you the next accidental circumnavigator?

A Couple's Unexpected Journey Around the World

story by Joanne Bush
Joanne at a tiger sanctuary

"I would have never stepped aboard Miss Jody had I known we would end up sailing around the world. My husband Ron, a life-long sailor and racer convinced me to go cruising. Our plan was to sail as far as the San Blas Islands in Panama, with the caveat that I could always go home if I didn’t like it. I could jump ship and buy a bus ticket from the Florida Keys back to Pensacola, Fla., and it was relatively easy to return home from the Caribbean."

"Don't get me wrong, I love traveling, and the opportunity to discover new places and meet new people has always been a big draw for me, but I never imagined the 'getting there' part would be by sea, and certainly not in a 42-foot catamaran. Miss Jody is an Antares 42, a predecessor to the Antares 44, and for a reluctant sailor, a catamaran would be an excellent vessel for us to explore the Caribbean."

Link here to read part 1 of Joanne's full story in Blue Water Sailing magazine.

Link here to read part 2 of Joanne's full story in Blue Water Sailing magazine.