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Hull Type:  Fin with rudder on skeg Rig Type:  Masthead Sloop
LOA:  36.42′ / 11.10m LWL:  30.00′ / 9.14m
Beam:  11.42′ / 3.48m Listed SA:  570 ft2 / 52.95 m2
Draft (max.)  4.50′ / 1.37m Draft (min.)  
Disp.  17700 lbs./ 8029 kgs. Ballast:  7300 lbs. / 3311 kgs.
SA/Disp.:  13.48 Bal./Disp.:  41.24% Disp./Len.:  292.66
Designer:  William Shaw
Builder:  Pearson Yachts (USA)
Construct.:  FG Bal. type:  Lead
First Built:  1976 Last Built:  1982 # Built:  
AUXILIARY POWER (orig. equip.)
Make:  Perkins Model:  4-108
Type:  Diesel HP:  41
TANKS
Water:  150 gals. / 568 ltrs. Fuel:  50 gals. / 189 ltrs.
RIG DIMENSIONS  KEY
I:  43.00′ / 13.11m J:  15.00′ / 4.57m
P:  38.00′ / 11.58m E:  13.00′ / 3.96m
PY:   EY:  
SPL:   ISP:  
SA(Fore.):  322.50 ft2 / 29.96 m2 SA(Main):  247.00 ft2 / 22.95 m2
Total(calc.)SA:   569.50 ft2 / 52.91 m2 DL ratio:  292.66
SA/Disp:  13.47 Est. Forestay Len.:  45.54′ / 13.88m
BUILDERS (past & present)
More about & boats built by:   Pearson Yachts
DESIGNER
More about & boats designed by:   William Shaw

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Pearson 365
2013 May 2
By STAFF
From thin-water sailing to rough passages, this cruiser delivers

Bill Shaw had a practical appreciation for sailboats, designing boats with traditional lines capable of cruising chest-deep coastal waters and crossing the open sea. He began his career working for 12 years alongside legendary naval architect Olin Stephens as part of the team at Sparkman & Stephens in New York. He then joined Pearson Yachts as its chief designer and would ultimately give the recreational sailing world some of its most popular boats, including the Pearson 26, Pearson 30 and the Pearson 365.  CLICK TO READ REVIEW

http://sailingmagazine.net/article-1337-pearson-365.html

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THE PEARSON ERA

By Steve Mitchell

Article taken from Good Old Boat magazine: Volume 2, Number 6, November/December 1999.

STARTING IN A GARAGE, COUSINS CLINTON AND EVERETT PEARSON
INITIATED AN ERA IN YACHTING HISTORY
It’s a familiar story to sailing buffs. The Pearson cousins, Clinton and Everett, began the modern era of fiberglass production sailboats at the New York Boat Show, in January 1959, with the introduction of the Carl Alberg-designed Triton. They sold 17 of those 28-foot boats at the show, and “it started us chasing money,” says Clinton. Indeed, that one show put the fledgling company on the map and in solid financial shape, but this well-known story reveals only part of the roots of Pearson Yachts. CLICK TO READ

http://www.goodoldboat.com/reader_services/articles/pearsonhistory.php

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Michael James
Michael James
Michael James has been with Murray Yacht Sales since 1995 and is in the the New Orleans office.

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