About this Sailboat:
Year built 1977, Pearson Yachts, Portsmouth, Rhode Island.
Classic style. Designer: William H. Shaw. Hull Number 1005.
Fiberglass. Hull identification number PEA48005M771P
Cockpit length: 7 ft 6 in
Headroom in cabin: 6 ft 1 in
Owner since 2003. Im the third owner that I know of. Pixley→Machin→ Stubbs.
Length 29 ft 9 1/2 inches, DWL 25 ft 0 in, beam 9 ft 6 inches, draft 5 feet, height of mast 42 ft 3 in. DWL.
Sail area: 444 sq ft. (not including the spinnaker).
Fin keel, spade rudder.
Displacement: 8320 lbs. Ballast is 3560 of that.
Spinnaker and pole.
Extra set of sails: light-weight genoa 170%, jib.
Hood roller furler new 2000, with 155% heavy genoa.
Wheel pedestal steering: Edson, dealer-installed, destroyer style, stainless steel.
(the Ritchie SP-5 lighted compass is broken; I didnt fix it because line of sight sailing on Lake Norman.)
Emergency tiller, which Ive never used.
Winches: Lewmar #25, two-speed.
Lake Norman now: always in fresh water (significance: there has never been salt water in the engine cooling system.
Universal Atomic Four Engine, gasoline, 4 cylinders, 30 HP, original engine. Original paintneeds to be seen to be appreciated. (Runs well: come try it.) 20 gal fuel tank
Last spark plugs and oil change: January 2009, list is available of work done, total
New battery charger in January 2009.
Bimini, new in 2006. Cost $560.– bill available.
New mainsail cover, about 2007.
New genoa sheets
Berths: 4 very comfortably.
Equipment on Board:
VHF radio Horizon EclipseIve never used it. Mast-top fiberglass antenna.
Kenyon Marine stove, two burner alcohol, not used by me since a day sailor.
Ice box with drain pump-out, stainless sink with foot pump cold water.
22 gal water tank (Ive never used it daysailing)
White topsides, green hull, enough teak for looks but not too much upkeep labor.
All upholstery, cushions, interior in excellent condition.
Teak flag pole
Custom engine winterizing intake, jim-bouie, shore power cord with adapter.
Lazy jack system, still in box since I never installed it (came with the boat).