2007 Antares MV-41 Boogie Shoes

No Better Boat For The Bahamas, Great Loop or Caribbean!

Boogie Shoes catamaran sailing

Boogie Shoes is hull number 8 of the popular PDQ Yachts 41 powercat. Her current owners have cruised her up and down the east coast of Florida. She has been extremely well maintained and is ready to go on your next cruise. Boogie Shoes is currently located in Brunswick GA.

The PDQ 41 is one of the most innovative cruising yachts launched to date. The 41’ incorporates many of the features that made the 34’ so successful but then because of her additional size includes numerous unique features like the master suite and remarkable flybridge. The performance of the 41’ has exceeded all expectations. With the very smooth and quiet 260 hp Yanmar engines (actually built by BMW) she cruises at a very comfortable 18knts burning 12gph. She has a top speed (fully loaded) of 25.5knts and for the very fuel conscious; at 7 knots she only consumes 2gph. She is also one of the quietest 41’ twin diesel yachts you will ever experience.

The benefits of a catamaran are well known and the PDQ 41 is one of the most highly engineered cruising catamarans available today that accentuates all of those benefits. Shallow draft, low fuel consumption, lots of living space, enormous storage spaces, and a remarkably smooth ride in offshore sea conditions make her the leader in cruising yachts.

Boogie Shoes catamaran

Price: $440,000 USD

Link here for full listing on our Yacht World page.

Equipment Highlights:
  • Low Engine Hours (1350)
  • Aft Bimini & 600 Watts Of Solar
  • Central Vacuum System
  • Simplesafe Security System
  • Full Outdoor Kitchen
  • Splendide Combomatic 6200 Washer/Dryer
  • 2 Anchors Rigged & Ready
  • New House Bank Batteries In 2020
  • Spectra Newport 400 Water Maker
  • Fuel Polishing
  • Full Cockpit Enclosure
Boogie Shoes catamaran sailing Link to our Yacht World page for full specifications

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.