This IS NOT your typical Pearson 37. The current owner had a HUGE refit done from 2000-2003, not re-launching her until 2003. ALL interior & exterior surfaces were re-finished, new engine, new wiring and lighting, some new joiner work, new sails, new electronics, new upholstery and on and on! Fall of 2012 he had just re-Awlgripped the decks, house & cockpit, refinished brightwork and touched up the hull finis;, she shows like a boat just a few years old! These are great sailing boats known for racing in their day, but now with a superb cruising interior! Owner is highly motivated and will consider a lower offer than he would otherwise to facilitate a sale.
"A Certified Professional Yacht Broker and Past President of the Yacht Brokers Association of America, Bill holds an Unlimited Master Mariner's License and has over 40 years experience in marine fields. Bill has been a broker with ECYS since 1998.".
Please contact Bill Full, CPYB at 207-846-4545
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Bill Shaw
LOA: 37 ft 0 in
Beam: 11 ft 10 in
LWL: 30 ft 2 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 6 in
Displacement: 12800 lbs
Ballast: 5400 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 53 ft 0 in
Accommodations for up to 5 in a varnished Hickory interior with varnished mahogany accents and varnished teak sole. She was modified from the standard interior as part of the '00/'03 re-fit with joinerwork added above the settees P&S in the Salon in lieu of the standard pilot berths. Also forward, drawers were added under the v-berth vs the old lift up the cushion and dump it in bin type storage. The entire interior was refinished (not revarnished but stripped and re-finished) at that time and one cannot tell the new joinerwork from the original simply by looking at it. The southern pine and black cherry sole was done in '03 as well. Natural light and ventilation through 2 large hatches, 4 large fixed ports and 4 small ports and 1 polished stainless steel dorade vent. A Force 10 propane cabin heater will easily take the chill off during the extended season or on a foggy morning.
Starting forward is the private Forward Cabin with 6'-6" v-berth with drawer storage and some bin type storage under, storage unit aft to starboard and a hanging locker to port. Above the berth the hull is lined with cedar "ceilings".
Aft and to starboard is the enclosed head with an electric W.C. plumbed via a Y valve to the waste tank, good sized vanity with sink with manual fresh water & pressure hot and cold, ensuite shower that drains to a separate sump with pump. Opposite to port is a bureau with drawers and locker outboard.
Next aft is the Main Salon with straight settees P&S. Behind the seat backs there are large storage cubbines and above the seat backs there is storage in newly built lockers and shelves. Dining is from a table that folds against the forward bulkhead when not in use.
Aft and to starboard is the Nav. Station with flip top style chart table and drawer and cabinet below, aft of which is the quarter berth with bin type storage under, above the hull is lined with varnished cedar "ceilings".
Opposite to port is the U-Shaped Galley featuring a 2 burner gimballed propane stove with oven, GE microwave, deep single basin sink with manual fresh water and pressure H&C water & pressure salt water faucets, large well insulated ice box and plenty of storage.
Throughout this Pearson 37 shows like a boat that is 20 years newer.
Panasonic AM/FM/CD player and speakers '03
Toshiba 13" color TV and DVD player '03
LEATHER (not ultra leather) salon & quarter berth upholstery '03
Utlra-Suede V-berth cushions '03
New cabin sole '03
Entire interior refinished '03
All new interior lighting '05 and wiring
Oil lamp '03
Force 10 Cabin Heat '03
Memory foam mattresses in V berth and quarter berth '03
New galley and head counter surfaces and plumbing fiixtures '03
Sails & Rigging
Tapered double spreader, keel stepped, aluminum mast and boom with rod rigging. The mast and boom were re-Awlgripped in 2003. As part of the re-fit new primary winches and a main halyard winch were installed along with all new sails. Main traveller relocated to the house top. The boat has been lightly used since.
Furlex roller furling
Aluminum spinnaker pole
Sailtech hydraulic backstay adjuster '98
Hood Fully Battened Mainsail with 2 reef points 1998
Hood 135% RF Genoa 1998
3/4 oz. MPS with snuffer 1998 hardly ever used 6x?
3/4 oz hood spinnaker 1998 hardly used 6X?
older 1.5 oz. drifter (signed by Tom Whidden)
Storm jib like new
2 Lewmar ST50 2 speed primaries 1997
Lewmar ST40 2 speed main halyard winch 2003
Lewmar 40 2 speed jib halyard winch
3 Lewmar 30 2 speed halyard winches on house top fwd
Lewmar 16 2 speed reefing line winch
Fully equipped for racing and coastal cruising.
Northstar 951X plotter/GPS 2003
Chip with cartography NY thru Maine '03
Standard Horizon VHF with DSC 2003
JRC 1500 Radar 2003
Autohelm GPS position display '97
Autohelm ST4000 Autopilot '97
Autohelm ST 40 Depth '97
Autohelm ST40 Speed/log '97
Autohelm ST40 Wind Pt. & speed '97
Ritchie 6" magnetic compass in binnacle mount 2003
Cellular telephone booster 2003
All new engine and running gear as part of the '99 - '01 refit. Fresh water cooled W-33 Westerbeke new 2001, turns a 3 bladed Max-prop on a 1" stainless steel shaft (batteries were not onboard at time of listing so digital hour meter could not be read but owner rpeorts less than 500 hours)
New shaft 2003
PSS Dripless shaft seal '03
Max prop 2003
Racor fuel filter 2003
Edson engine controls 2003
Electric bilge pump '03
Manual bilge pump '03
Wired for both 12 Volt DC and 110 Volt AC service. This Pearson 37 was competely re-wired in 2005 including all 12 Volt and 110 volt wiring including all distribution wiring, panels etc.
12 Volt DC
Switch panel with breakers
Prosine digital battery monitor (volts, amps)
3 group 31 house lead acid batteries
1 optima M34 engine start battery
Blamar 80 amp alternator
110 Volt AC
Switch panel with breakers
30 map shore power inlet aft
50' 30 amp shore power cord
Battery charger new 2003
Water heater (also engine supplied) also new 2003
Hull & Deck
Dark Green Awlgipped fiberglass hull with white/green boot top with gold cove stripe and hard epoxy red anti-fouling with no build up. The hull was Awgripped as part of the re-fit and was carefully gone over, touched up and buffed out in 2012 and literally looks like just a 2-3 year old Awlgrip job. The hull is cored with end grain balsa coring with solid fiberglass on center line.
Fiberglass decks with end grain balsa coring re-finished with two tone Awlgrip in 2012 Moondust non-skid on White. All hardward etc. was removed and rebedded.
As with the interior the exterior of this Pearson 37 leaves one feeling that they are onboard a much newer yacht.
Without seeing this Pearson 37 (hull #23 of 42 built), it is difficult to appreciate the extent of the re-fit and we again urge you to read through the complete specs. The yard that did most of the early 2000s refit tells us that it was in excess of $100,000 (not to mention the purchase price). We have indicated the year of installation to be 2003, the time of completion of the refit though obviously some of the work and gear went in in '01 and '02.
She simply cannot be compared to any other Pearson 37 out there!
This Pearson 37 has been "cruised up" quite a bit from the standard production boat. She should appeal to those who want great sailing performance with a relatively cruisey interior. The current owner has single handed her on numerous occasions to attest to the ease of sailing her.
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.
Interested in this boat?Toll-free: 877-241-2607Tel: 207-846-4545