The Pearson 30 is a sloop rig, fin keel, spade rudder with a deck-stepped mast. She is powered by a Universal Atomic 4 gas engine. Her interior offers a V-berth forward, port and starboard settees in the main cabin with dinette table. Galley is aft to starboard and quarter-berth aft to port. Headroom is 6' 1". This vessel offers great sailing ability along with the quality of construction and reliability that Pearson is known for.
Bill Shaw designed the '77 Pearson 30 to be fast, commodious and comfortable. She has a long waterline, reduced wetted surface, large sail area and high ballast to displacement ratio. She is a stable sailing boat, yet sails well to windward. The hull has been properly attended to seasonally. She would be a great boat for a couple moving up from a day sailer, who are looking for a reasonably priced, comfortable, solid and proven cruising yacht with a reliable engine.
Accomodations for six. V berth cabin forward. Head enclosure next aft to port with sink, marine head with holding tank and linen locker outboard. Teak grate in sole. Hanging locker opposite to starboard. The main cabin has settee berths for two or three and quarterberth aft. The galley is aft to starboard with alcohol stove, S/S sink, ice chest and manual pump cold water. Dining table mounted on forward bulkhead.
Standard Horizon VHF
Standard Horizon GPS/Chartplotter
New Raymarine Depth
New Raymarine knotmeter
Two Aquameter Compasses
Kappa Sails - New mainsail 2009, New 155% Genoa 2012, Asy. Spinnaker with ATN Sleeve.
CDI roller furling system
Danforth Anchor with 75' chain and rode
(2) Fire Ext.
(4) Life Preservers
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.