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31' Pearson 31-2 '89 "Satva"
To quote what Bill Shaw wrote after the first Pearson 31-2 splashed:
"Today we hear a lot about contemporary and traditional values as they apply to the many facets of our lifestyles. When these concepts are applied to yacht design, I have never considered them to be mutually exclusive.
On the traditional side, the basic principles of hydrodynamics, aerodynamics, and human engineering continue to apply. Regardless of how you use your boat, the back to basics approach used by our designers insures you, the owner, that your boat will perform over a wide range of conditions and still provide engineered comfort even at the dock.
The contemporary ingredient in the new P31 manifests itself in the form of a new elliptical keel in the standard version, or an optional wing keel that provides shallower draft. The P31's interior arrangement is traditional, but with a few new twists. Aft there is a huge open quarterberth that extends under the cockpit, spacious galley with unusually good storage to port, and a clever combination ice box/chart table to starboard. In the salon there is an offset centerline table which makes moving fore 'n aft easier, a spacious dinette, which converts to a double berth without using the table, and again, plenty of storage. Further forward, there is a roomy head with shower, and still further forward an exceptionally spacious V-berth area.
On deck, the basic elements composed of cockpit, cabin trunk, etc., are still there naturally, but rather than simply translating wooden shapes with hard edges into fiberglass form, as so many others do, we have exploited the virtues of fiberglass with contoured seats that fit the human form and deck styling that fits the wind.
Equally important to the cruiser or racer is the boat as a performer. With ample sail area proportioned into a powerful rig, and a contemporary hull with modern appendages, the new P31 has already shown her abilities as a fast boat. A very important factor even for those of us who never race."
This Pearson shows almost no wear and tear; very clean vessel.
Quarter berth and nav station to starboard. Chart table top and large 12 volt icebox. Fixed table with L-shaped settee to starboard and straight settee to port. Galley aft to port. Deep galley sink, lots of counter space, and ample storage make this a user-friendly galley! Head forward to starboard. Hanging locker to port. V-berth forward with storage space.
Propane stove with oven
Pressure fresh water system
6-gal water heater
B&G multi wind speed and direction
B&G multi speed and distance logs
B&G multi depth wounder
B&G Triton 2 hydraulic autopilot
5” Ritchie compass
B&G electronic compass
B&G V7 GPS
B&G V& chart plotter
B&G V50 VHF radio with AIS
Weems & Plath clock and barometer
12V DC and 110V AC
(2) Group 24 batteries – 80 amp hrs each
Battery parallel switch
50’ 30 amp shore power cord
12# Danforth with chain and rode
16# Fortress GA16
Anchor and steaming lights
Bow pulpit and rails
Lifelines and stanchions
Dock lines and fenders
Cockpit pedestal teak table
20-lb propane tank in locker
(3) solar powered vents
(5) winch handles
Actual LOA: 33’
Last bottom paint - 2020
Manual Garhauer boom vang
Wire standing rigging
Aluminum keel-stepped mast
Harken roller furling on headsail
(2) Lewmar #43 self-tailing primary winches
(1) Lewmar #30 self-tailing winch to accommodate main halyard, mainsheet, reef lines
(1) Lewmar #16 to accommodate jib halyard
UK roller furling 100% jib
Rolly Tasker mainsail
Halyards led aft to Garhauer clutches
Adjustable genoa cars on tracks
Cockpit engine controls
Manual engine fire extinguishing
(1) manual and (1) electric bilge pump
Manual head with overboard discharge
16-gal plastic holding tank
(1) fire extinguisher
The vessel does NOT include a transferable berth.
All seller’s personal effects on board are excluded from the sale of this vessel.