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1987 Pearson 39 ft.

19 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

Price Reduced !! This Pearson 39 is a very comfortable, easily handled cruiser. . This particular vessel has new decks, newly vanished teak toe rail, and a full battened mainsail in a roller furling boom.
.No expenses on upkeep and maintenance were ever spared on this finely maintained vessel. . One owner with a full history available to serious buyers. It is for a discrete owner which wishes to take advantage of a good used boat market but would like for it to show new. It will be the best dresssed yacht in any yacht club.

Vessel is currently under shrink wrap in boat yard storage in the Tampa Bay area for deck, teak, canvas preservation purposes during this last summers hot sun. It is available for showing by appointment only to serious qualified buyers. For sale by owner.
This is a really great boat at a very good price.

note: the showing of this fine vessel includes scheduling requirements, at boat yard, shrink wrap opened for viewing etc. We are appreciatively asking that all interested parties please take the time to have reviewed all the History of the Pearson line of fine vessels beforehand,…please no casual lookers, dreamers, . Thanks

telephone number written out to avoid net telemarketer scanning
Nine Four One – Two Two Eight – Five Two Zero Zero or Biomedic AT

Thanks For Viewing.
***NOTE Dec 1st.****
my friend asked me to assist him in selling Windstar
A Pearson 39 he bought new in 1988. He is no longer able to use the boat due to health issues and
Has recently advised me that he wants to turn it over to a brokerage which means we would no longer
Be able to offer as good a deal. I convinced him to give it one last try to sell the boat ourselves and
He has authorized me to make a limited offer. For the next 45 days before the broker takes over
The boat is offered as is where is for $65,000.00. She is currently stored on the hard fully shrink-wrapped with all rigging down. I have sailed on Windstar many times on short and long sailing ventures.
Even in a down Economy this is a bargain.

Equipment on Board:

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Boat Name

Builder: Pearson
Designer: Bill Shaw

LOA: 39 ft 0 in
Beam: 12 ft 6 in
LWL: 31 ft 4 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 10 in
Bridge Clearance: 57 ft 0 in

Engine Brand: Westerbeke
Engine Hours: 1500
Ballast: 6800
Displacement: 18000
Total Power: 60
Cruising Speed: 6.75
Max Speed: 7.5
Fuel: 30
Fresh Water: 106
Holding: 50
The 2 cabin, 2 head, and convertable settee layout will accomodate 7 in some comfort. The warm rich woods and deep blue upholstry, make down time something to look forward too.

Fwd Stateroom with head and Shower
Dinette converts into double bed
Fwd Facing Navigation Station
L-shaped galley
Second head w/shower aft
Marine reverse cycle A/C Salon 12,000BTU, Master 9,000BTU (Both rebuilt in 2005)
Digital Thermostats
New Teak & Holly Cabin sole in high wear areas
4 12Volt Fans
The Galley features loads of counter space and all the amenities a gourmet chef would look for.
Grunert Refrig/Freezer (Engine, 12Volt, or shore Power
12Volt Refrig Motor rebuilt in 2004
Exterior Refrig/Freezer Thermostats
3-Burner Propane Stove w/Oven
H2O filter on galley Sink
2nd H2O filter w/additional faucet for drinking

Autohelm ST4000 Autopilot
Magellan NAV500 GPS
Horizon wind, Speed, Depth (New Transducer for wind)
Standard Horizon VHF
Koss AM, FM, CD stereo

2-Deep Cycle House Batteries (New May 2006)
80-Amp Battery Charger
Battery Monitor at Nav Station
2-30AMP shore power Inlets
Internal Wiring for Cable TV and Telephone
2-50′ Shore Power Cords
1 Cable TV Cord

Westerbeke 4 CYL diesel 60HP
Large Capacity Alternator
Regular oil & Filter Changes since New
Engine raw water pump rebuilt May 2006
New Chain on Steering Gear(2006)
Heat Exchanger replaced July 2004
Sails & Rigging

Hood Star cruiser 150% Genoa re-stitched and new Sacrificial Cover repaired may 2006
Mainsail recut to full batten main in 1994: main evaluated and re-stitched in 2000 (Sailmaker stated sail in good condition)
Hood 9000 Genoa furler
Hood Stoboom in-boom furler
Lewmar 55 self tailing primaries
Cabin Top traveler
Running rigging led aft to cockpit
Rig fully inspected May 2004
Custom fitted mastmate mast climber
Hull & Deck

New Non Skid deck (2006)
All Stantions re-bedded (2006)
New Teak Toe Rail (2006)
new dodger & bimini canvas in March 2004
New Lifelines (2006)
Custom Teak hatch screens
Solar powered stainless vents
Transom boarding ladder
Cabin top traveler
Contoured cockpit seating
Running rigging led aft to cockpit
All ports have removable window tint
Two aluminum propane tanks with integrated storage in cockpit
Two Danforth anchors with rode (40lb & 25lb)
Interlux 2000 barrier coat in 1990
Renewed barrier coat and bottom paint in 2004
Man overboard harness

Pearson 39 ft.
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