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1980 Pearson 365

19 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

The Pearson 365 was desighed by William H. Shaw as a shoal draft, Ketch rigged, easy to sail cruiser. Large enough to accommodate a couple and guest and small enought to be easy handling in most conditions.

Equipment on Board:

Sails: Main, Mizzen, 130% (roller furling) Genoa W/Whisker Pole and Storm jib. Bimini, dodger and mainsail cover. All Lewmar winches two speed self tailing. Ground Tackle: 35#CQR bow anchor W/150’ chain, 22# Danforth W/250” ¾ Nylon. Swim ladder. Motor: Westerbeke 40Hp Diesel with 50 Gal. Fuel Tank and 150 Gal. water storage. Equipment: Complete with Water heater, Marine Air Systems Cool Mate AC. 10’ Avon 3.11 RIB with 8hp Yamaha and stern davits. Interior: The interior has a large V-berth, (boat sleeps 7 close friends), Head with separate full standing shower stall. The galley is fitted with a three burner propane stove and oven (gimbaled), large ice box and plenty of storage, and safety equipment. Electronics: Two VHF Radios, FM radio/CD with IPod plug, Loran C, Barometer and Chronometer and Raymarine ST 60 wind/speed/depth instruments. The DC electrical was reworked with 4 Trojan 105s and a deep cycle start battery with Dolphin charger. Call Boykin Beard at (# removed). Come look at this fine cruiser.

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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