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1965 Palmer Johnson built for Pearson Countess

17 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

(LOCATION: Green Cove Springs FL) The John Alden designed Pearson Countess 44 is a bluewater cruiser with classic style and spacious accommodations. The Countess 44 has accommodations usually afforded by larger vessels. With forward cabin, convertible dinette, and salon settee there’s room for everyone. Well equipped and designed for long distance cruising this 44 Pearson is more than capable of taking you to any port-of-call.

On deck we have a spacious cockpit with teak trim, wraparound seating, bimini top, dodger, and pedestal helm. The three sets of sails are in excellent condition. Recent upgrades include two new masts with in-mast roller furling and stainless steel rigging. Foredeck features stainless steel bow rail, anchor with roller, and windlass.

The forward cabin has v-berth, under-berth storage, and hanging locker. The roomy head compartment has head, vanity with sink, and shower. This Pearson has accommodations for overnight and extended cruises.

Auxiliary power is provided by a brand new Yanmar 110-hp turbo-diesel engine. A new Westerbeke generator provides offshore electrical power while two new reverse cycle HAC units maintain interior comfort.

This Countess 44 is a blue water family cruiser with coastal capabilities. She has good looks, spacious cockpit, and comfortable interior with room for everyone. Designed and built to handle all weather and all seas she is ready to sail. Call now to schedule a showing of this exceptional 44′ Pearson.

For more information about this vessel or to schedule a showing, please call or email: Randy Pierce at (# removed) or randy@wcyachtsales.com

Equipment on Board:

Palmer Johnson built for Pearson Countess
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