The Pearson 39-2 was designed by Pearson's in house team led by Bill Shaw. "Lagertha" offers good performance and handling under sail and power and is easily handled by a sailing couple. She has spent her summers in Michigan on freshwater and winters stored indoors until 2016. She has new side decks and a teak toe rail in 2014, an extensive sail inventory, shining topsides and much more.
The boat is currently on hard in Jamestown, Rhode Island and is easily shown by appointment.
Survey dated June 2016 availble for serious inquires.
Recent price reduction as of September 2019, owner has moved onto a larger yacht and is considering reasonable offers.
For more information and to schedule an appointment to get aboard call Christopher Carney at 401-683-9200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please contact Christopher Carney at 401-683-9200
Дополнительные спецификации, оборудование и информация:
Верфь: Pearson Yachts
Дизайнер: William H. Shaw
Страна приписки: Соединенные Штаты Америки
Киль: Складывающиеся подъёмный киль
Наибольшая длина (LOA): 39 футы 0 дюймы
Ширина: 12 футы 5 дюймы
Длина по ватерлинии (LWL): 31 футы 3 дюймы
Минимальная осадка: 5 футы 7 дюймы
Водоизмещение: 16800 фунты
Балласт: 5000 фунты
Воздушный габарит для прохода под мостами: 57 футы 0 дюймы
Общая мощность: 35 HP
Марка двигателя: Yanmar
Год постройки: 1990
Модель двигателя: 3HM35F
Тип двигателя: Стационарный
Тип двигателя/топлива: Дизель
Место стоянки: Центр
Часы наработки двигателя: 1500
Гребной винт: Складной винт
Мощность двигателя: 35 HP
Число односпальных коек: 2
Число двуспальных коек: 2
Число кают: 2
Число санузлов: 1
Construction, Hull and Deck
The Pearson 39's hull is a solid lay-up of fiberglass and resin, while decks and cabin structures use a composite of fiberglass and balsa core. The deck and hull are joined with fasteners and bedding compound at an external flange. The decks are solid FRP with painted non-skid with a solid teak toe-rail and fiberglass rub rail. The keel is a wing bolted by stainless steel, Rudder is spade fiberglass stock.
Boot-stripe: Double navy blue
(10) 1' stainless steel tube stanchions, 24" high with double 1 x 19 stainless steel wire lifelines and port and starboard gates
Solid teak companionway covering boards, top with glass etched Pearson logo
(8) opening ports
(6) Bomar deck hatches
44" Edson destroyer wheel
Teak cockpit table on latch
CQR 35lb bow anchor on SS roller, 20' chain, 100' rode
2 blade bronze folding (on), 2 blade fixed
Teak flag pole
Forward is the large V-Berth. In the cabin you will find a beautiful teak bureau and a large cedar lined hanging locker with storage to port. To Starboard you will find a mirrored hide able vanity with a sink.
Moving aft the Main Salon features a large comfortable U-Shaped dinette to starboard with a nice drop leaf centerline dining table. On the port side on the salon is a straight settee. Outboard of the seating areas in the salon there is abundant shelving and storage. To starboard is the built in entertainment center and a liquor cabinet.
The large, well designed Navigation Station is located aft of the port settee facing outboard. It features a full chart desk with a swing out seating.
Aft of the navigation desk, you will find a nice clean Head with a Separate Shower Stall. The head features a Par-Jabsco manual marine toilet, a nice vanity and sink, locker storage, a wet locker outboard of the shower and an opening port.
Also on the port side of the boat is the large aft cabin. It has a very large double berth, a cedar lined hanging locker, a shelf for storage outboard and an opening port.
The large Galley is located on the starboard side of the boat. It is very well laid out with great counter space and lots of storage. It is about as perfect as galley a arrangement as you will find on a 39' boat.
Access to cabin down (5) steps off the cockpit
12V plugs in both cabins
Vanity sink in forward cabin
Double drop leaf wooden dinette table
Aft portside head with separate large stall shower
(10) LED cabin headlights
Tasco 3-burner propane stove with oven
Alder Barbour refrigeration
Double stainless steel sinks
Cedar lined hanging lockers in aft cabin and v-berth
Aluminum keel-stepped mast with double spreader rig
Aluminum boom with Harken sail track forward of the dodger
Harken roller furling headsail
(1) #30 Lewmar mast winch
(2) #40 Lewmar self-tailing winches
(2) #56 Lewmar self-tailing winches
Stainless steel wired backstay
Steel wired shrouds
Electronics and Navigation
Northstar 952X GPS chart plotter at nav
Raymarine ST6000+ Autohelm at helm
B&G network quad depth, speed, wind
Ritchie SP-5 compass on binnacle
ICOM IC-M127 at nav
Kenwood KDC-MP142 stereo
(2) cockpit speakers, (2) cabin speakers
Electrical, Plumbing and Mechanical Systems
Carquest 27 batteries
Blue-seas battery switches
(15) branch breakers on nav panel
Xantrex inverter 1200 W
Stat Power true charge battery charger
(2) 30 amp shore power cords
Oceanair standing air conditioning unit (12-volt plug)
Jabsco 31755 electric flush head
Marine toilet pumps to a 30-gallon holding tank, pump-out is via screw cap in portside deck
Raritan 6-gallon hot water heater in port lazarette
Gray water basins are gravity drained via through hulls and valves in the lower topsides and bilges. The shower is pumped overboard
Rule bilge pump on float switch
Yanmar diesel sits on cushion mounts bolted into fiberglass beds with Hitachi 55 amp alternator
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.