1976 Pearson 365

Added 5 October, 2011

About this Sailboat:

A fully found offshore rigged coastal cruiser with all of the safety equipment and a very comfortable ride. Solid and well rigged with all of the amenities. Large cockpit that will also give you a great nap. Family boat for 35 years. Well cared for.

Equipment on Board:

EXTERIOR Designed by Bill Shaw-Ketch rigged-Draft-5’0”-Skeg hung Rudder-Modified fin fully encapsulated lead keel=Mast is keel stepped-14.5 Net Tons-Electric anchor windlass -3 anchors-2 Bruce 33lb, 22lb, and 40lb Danforth-3-Blade feathering Max-Prop-Fully battened Main-2 slab reefing points on Main-New asymmetrical spinnaker Old symmetrical spinnaker -Spinnaker pole-Mizzen-Brand New 150% tri-radial cut (stronger) roller furling Genoa-Spare 120% roller furling Genoa-Extra heavy Anchoring sail-Mizzen staysail-Radar reflector-Lazy-Jack system to drop main into when coming into harbor -Emergency tiller-Dingy Davits-Cockpit lighting-Stern ladder-Freshwater wash down in cockpit with 20 foot coil hose-Complete cockpit awning system with side and stern dropdowns -New Florentino parachute anchor-Storm Drogue -Horseshoe buoy with strobe-Life raft in current service- Deck spotlights on mizzen and main mast-2-10lb Worthington propane cylinders on deck in custom teak box-SS deep ladder to attach to either side if dingy is in place on transom.-9’Avon inflatable dingy -Yamaha 2 HP engine for dingy ELECTRONICSRaymarine E-80 chartplotter/GPS tied into 15inch flat screen TV below so you can run chartplotter below or watch movies in cockpit.48 mile color Raymarine Radar-300-DSM Raymarine fathometer -Apparent wind and speed indicator-Brooks and Gatehouse Autopilot-Stereo system with 4 speakers below 2 in cockpit-TV can be tied into stereo-set up for IPOD-Amplified Shakespeare TV antenna with converter box-AIS system to view other ships. 2 separate VHF radios and antenna systems-Exterior Power Mic for VHF mounted in cockpit-15”flatscreen Samsung TV-1000 Watt Heart inverter/4 step charger wired to all outlets in boat to make 110v at sea-(computer grade)-Hot water tank can run off dock power or under way- Loudhailer with 25 watt speaker/horn-12 lifejackets-6 are brand new offshore series with lights/whistles attached INTERIOR Separate shower-26 gal holding tank-Electric SeaLand macerator head discharge pump with double “Y” valves-2 hanging lockers,-Wet locker—Library-Upgraded 3 burner Paul Luke propane stove/oven-Pots/Pans-SS propane barbeque for grillingSpotlight-Ships clock, Ship’s thermometer-Air-conditioning/heat pump system for dockside use-ample room in stern locker for small generator-Hella Fans throughout-Upgraded Alpenglow Lights throughout very energy efficient-Soap dispenser built into galley sink-Brand new upholstery and cushions below with upgraded 4” bedding quality mattresses.-New curtains-Dirty Clothes hamper in head-Small built-in tub in head to hand wash clothes-Large icebox with Adler-Barber refrigeration system –small freezer-Spice rack -Aneroid Barometer and UTC Clock in Navigation Station-Hatch screens to fit all openings–Mechanical/Electrical 150 gals of water in 3 separate tanks-2 house battery banks-Rolls batteries 650amp hours in excellent condition-2 group 27 engine start batteries-new this year-Batteries are on a combiner system that allows them to be bussed and automatically drops out engine start batteries as house bank is depleted-2000 GPH rule bilge pump with automatic switch and 2 audible alarms-50 gal of diesel in SS tank-Westerbeke 4-108 diesel (rebuilt-runs great)-PSS Dripless Shaft Seal-Sound insulation in engine compartment-Automatic Halon fire extinguishers in engine compartment-30 Amp shore power plug with 50’ shore power cord-30 Amp Galvanic Isolator for shore power-Tremendous amount of spare equipment for engine


Pearson 365
Pearson 365
Pearson 365
Pearson 365
Pearson 365
Pearson 365
Pearson 365
Pearson 365
Pearson 365
Pearson 365
Pearson 365
Pearson 365
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