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- Located In:
- Castine, ME
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- Current Price:
- US$ 18,000
BIG PRICE REDUCTION! $25,500 to $18,000 (Firm). This is a great price for a 35' sailboat with lots of capabilities.
Dream Catcher is a classic Bill Shaw Pearson 35 with a centerboard, allowing for those trips South that often have shallow water. Dream Catcher is a well equipped, comfortable cruiser, including a large "I can lay down" cockpit. The livable interior has a cabin heater and galley refrigeration. There are berths for five.
Please contact Scott Rocknak at 207-236-3149
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 35'; LWL: 25'; Beam: 10'; Displacement: 13000 lbs; Draft: 3' 9"; Ballast: 5,400
Engine: Westerbeke, HP 25, Model 4 cylinder
Tankage: Fuel: 18 gallons; Water: 75 gallons; Holding Tank
Builder: Pearson Yachts Designer: Bill Shaw
Standard Pearson 35 layout with a large vee berth with an insert. There is storage underneath the berths. Forward is access to the chain locker. Storage shelves are located above both berths. Next aft to port is a set of four drawers. The overhead hatch with screen is a recent replacement. There are two fixed ports. A sliding door provides privacy for the forward cabin. Next aft is a hanging locker.
The main cabin salon has port and starboard settees with a bulkhead mounted dining table. The port settee pulls out to make a large double berth. The starboard settee pulls out to make a single berth with a pilot berth above. Lots of storage is found behind the seat backs. The large dining table seats six comfortably. Above the settees are book shelves. There are four long fixed ports and a newer replacement overhead hatch with screen. Overhead teak hand rails provide security when underway. A Dickinson Newport cabin heater is fixed to the forward main cabin bulkhead. The enclosed head is just aft and to port of the master stateroom. Overhead hatch with screen is a recent improvement.
Equipped with a stainless steel sink, hot and cold water, shower, and a marine head that is connected to a holding tank system. There are several lockers for storage. The galley is aft and runs athwartships. There is an abundance of storage space, large counter tops, a large stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressure water and ice box pumpout. The two burner propane range with oven was installed in 1999. Good access to the engine is obtained underneath the galley companionway ladder. Refrigeration added in 20l4.
Autohelm 4000 autopilot, Binnacle compass, Standard Horizon VHF, Raymarine chart plotter, Chart plotter: Model C70 (2004), Datamarine Speed, Datamarine depth, Datamarine wind speed/direction, radar, gimbaled radar dome mounted on the backstay, and an AM/FM stereo CD player. GPS-C-80 updated with current charts – 2015
AC electrical system, shore power cable, battery condition indicator, 3 battery system, electric bilge pump (2011), invertor, DC electrical system, rebuilt alternator in 2008, new hot water heater in 2010. Starter re-built - 2014. 3 New Interstate batteries – 2015
Sails and Rigging
130% genoa new in 2000 by Hallet, full batten main in 2000 by Hallet, Harken roller furling in 2000, pair of Lewmar #40 self tailing primary winches in 1998, boom vang, and spinnaker pole.
Wheel steering, boarding ladder, horseshoe buoy, fenders, 25 lb. CQR/300' rode, 16 lb. Fortress anchor windlass/recent, docklines, cockpit dodger, cockpit cushions. New windows in dodger - 2016
The engine was completely rebuilt by Hansen Marine in 1999. Westerbeke, Model 30, 25 hp, fresh water cooled. 1894 hours since rebuild. Starter was rebuilt in 2014.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.