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Rugged cruising yacht.
- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Essex, United Kingdom
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- £ 34,995 Tax Paid (US$ 46,141)
Yacht for sale UK. Pearson 365 Cutter Ketch for sale. Built Pearson Grumman yard USA.Very interesting craft and suit long term and weekend sailors alike. 3 berths in two cabins.Water maker. Perkins( Westerbeke) marine diesel. Light interior and a fine example of this tough highly regarded craft.. Feels like a 40 footer inside and out. Skeg hung rudder. Davits.SS instrument gantry at transom.Wheel steering. Encapsulated stub fin keel. New anodes for 2017 season. Mast steps. Light New England style interior. Well travelled craft with several Atlantic crossings.Cherished by its owner ,who is now hanging up the sea boats for a home in warmer climes. Alot of boat for a very reasonable asking. All offers will be forwarded to the vendor.
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01621 776 050.Graham to arrange viewings etc.
Please contact Graham Knight at 01473 780286
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 36 ft 6 in
Beam: 11 ft 7 in
LWL: 30 ft 0 in
Minimum Draft: 4 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 7 in
Displacement: 17700 lbs
Ballast: 7300 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 49 ft 0 in
Headroom: 6 ft 7 in
Total Power: 41 HP
Engine Brand: Perkins
Year Built: 1980
Engine Model: 4-108
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 41 HP
Cruising Speed: 6 knots
Maximum Speed: 7 knots
Fresh Water Tanks: 2 (150)
Fuel Tanks: 1 (50)
Number of single berths: 3
Number of double berths: 1
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1
Electrical Circuit: 12V
- Central companionway steps with chart table to starboard and large galley to port,
- Pilot berth above linear dining seat which is also a full length berth on starboard side. Dining table hinges down from location on main bulkhead.
- Linear seat/berth on portside forward of galley.
- Lobby forward of saloon with head and shower compartment starboard and hanging stowage opposite on port side, door closure.
- Forward of lobby door closure to forward cabin with hanging cupboard and underberth stowage.
- Light panels with hardwood edge detailing gives a light feel to interior, plenty of grab holds.
- Galley has Gimballed Techimpex 3 burner hob with oven below. Top entry large deep refridgerator.. Stainless steel sink.
- Radar with scanner mast mounted.
- Radar reflector, mast mounted.
- Mast head navigation lights
- Lower navigation lights
- Active TV antenna.
- VHF Navman 7100
- Goodmans music system head at chart table.
- Clipper Navtex at chart table
- Radio telex Weatherman.
- Clipper AIS.
- Clipper Meteoman at Chart table.
- Garmin GPS152H at chart table.
- Target Communications receiver.
- ICS Navtex adjacent to galley bulkhead.
- Mc Murdo Smartfinder EPIRB mounted at companionway.
- navigation lights.
- Large display Garmin plotter mounted at steering binnacle.
- Garmin multi display mounted at binnacle.
- Raymarine Autopilot instrument head mounted at binnacle.
- Remote windlass control mounted at binnacle. (seperate foot switches next to windlass also on foredeck.)
- Compass mounted at binnacle.
- Speed and Depth readouts on cockpit main bulkhead surface.
- Perkins marine diesel, model 4-108 41 hp. shaft to 3 blade propeller via V drive.
- Pearson 365 Ketch Specs
It is reported that Bill Shaw, on many occasions said, "I designed the 365 for myself. She is all I personally want in a boat." Evidently, Bill's idea of the perfect boat was not that different than many others as the Pearson 365 became one of Pearson's most successful cruising boats and was built from 1976 until 1982. Over the yeas the 365 took many forms including the most popular the original Ketch, a Sloop, a Cutter (Sea Dragon), and a Pilot House.
Bill wrote about the 365, "The 365 is my personal idea of what a boat should be. Oh, I like to race and, in fact, like to think that I've got a few more good ones in me. But my real delight comes from skiing (surprised?) and lazy cruising the waters of New England.
Having put a reasonable number of lighthouses astern in boats from 24' to 72', I have come to the conclusion that the absolute ideal lies between 35' and 38'. And since our kids have either grown into other pastimes or taken up contact sports (hockey), the must be something Beth and I can sail alone or in the company with few good friends. It should be traditional and stable, easy on the helm, with good tracking ability. Big, but not overpowering, and sensible in term of cost.
36' provides the designer with room to maneuver. Bigger provides luxury. Smaller throws up some obstacles that have to be overcome by adjusting the ideal size of something, leaving it out or sacrificing the appearance of the boat. What this means is that at this size I can put absolutely everything in the boat that i want and not get into a this or that situation. The Split rig makes shortening sail a cinch; the bulwarks make wandering around on the deck more comfortable; the fully enclosed shower provides all kinds of niceties; the navigation center lets me play with time, speed, distance, charts, and electronics while someone else drives; and the the U-shaped galley aft close to a big cockpit encourages conversation underway when Beth is fussin' around with the food and I'm half-asleep at the wheel. The galley, by the way , is important. It should be super-efficient and and area in which the chef feel comfortable both underway and swinging on the hook.
My years of racing have left me with a competitive spirit that won't quit. So the 365 is not a slow boat. I've always felt that I've got just as much right to get to my favorite watering hole as my friends in their racing machines. Sure, they may rate better, but who's concerned with rating when cruising? It's speed over the bottom that counts. So the 365 is efficient and quick. Who wants to be the last one to crack ice?
If this leads you to believe that designed the 365 for myself, you're absolutely right. She's all I personally want in a Boat. I hope you Feel the same way."
Between 1976 and 1982 just over 400 Ketch and Sloop Pearson 365 built.
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