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Rugged, versatile and handsome, the Pearson 35 has held her value well over the years.
In the mid-1960s when Pearson Yachts sought to replace in its line the venerable but “old fashioned” Alberg 35, it chose to do so with a centerboard 35-footer. Retaining the traditional long overhangs, modest freeboard, curved sheer and moderate displacement, Pearson’s in-house designer Bill Shaw put together the Pearson 35.
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Pearson Designer: Bill Shaw
LOA: 35' Beam: 10' Displacement: 13,000 Draft: 3'9"/7'9" Ballast: 5,400
Engine(s): Yanmar Engine(s) HP: 27 Hours: low
Fuel: Diesel Water: 60 gallons Holding: Yes
Engine / Mechanical Equipment
Sails & Winches
1 Stateroom, 3 Berths, Head, Shower
Galley: Propane stove with 2 burners, Oven, 12V Adler Barbour reefer system, Pressurized water
Holds 60 gallons of water in two fiberglass tanks
Head located port side forward, Hand toilet, holding tank
Vessel Walk Through
Very large forward V-berth with storage. Separate toilet with shower. Large main salon with table. Surfboard settee converted to table and two seats. Big split galley. Very, very clean engine.
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.