"An old axiom says that the sum of the parts equals the whole. In this case the sum of the parts not only represent the whole but represents a tremendous amount of enjoyment that I think you will appreciate when you step aboard" ~ Bill Shaw designer of the Pearson 36-2
Stored indoors for the winter, and sailed during the short Maine summers, this yacht is lightly used and sees a fraction of the wear and tear that yachts to the south see. This is a very good sailing yacht with a modern open and spacious interior. Recently surveyed this yacht is known to be in good overall shape.
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"Current Trends in contemporary cruising boats place strong emphasis on the boats performance nearly akin to that of racing designs, combined with ease of handling by a small crew, and accommodations that offer the greatest amount of privacy.
To meld these requirements into a resoundingly successful form, one must call upon a great deal of design and engineering experience. Almost 30 years of building fiberglass boats has brought that kind of experience to Pearson. To show where we've succeeded, one has to look at other examples on the market today of boats of this type. Many, I am afraid to say, are a joke. One has only to look at the aft enclosed stateroom to realize how uncomfortable it would be, even in a quiet harbor, trying to get restful sleep. Add some motion and hot humid air, and it resembles a medieval torture chamber.
The P-36 evolves from a number of our successful designs. It incorporates features that we believe, and know from experience, produce a sound cruiser/racer. It is a boat that has outstanding steering control, both under sail and power. Its rig is proportioned to give outstanding light air performance, balanced with simple systems of sail reduction when the breeze builds up.
You have a choice of two underbody configurations, keel and keel centerboarder. Pearson is a company with an immense reservoir of experience in the design and construction of centerboard yachts.
Belowdecks, the the arrangement typifies the demands of today's buyer. With two separate (and totally private) staterooms with a head that can be used by either party without disturbing the other. With a galley that is part of the living accommodations, so that whether you are mixing drinks or making a meal, that person is an integral part of the scene.
And in the main cabin, when it comes time to retire, those who wish to stay up and read or finish another game of backgammon will not disturb those who have turned in.
We took special care in designing the power plant, since it has become more than an auxiliary feature on moder sailboats. It is, in reality, a prime form of power necessary in today's crowded anchorages and marinas where dedicated and responsive maneuverability is so important. It must function when called upon. And to function, it must be maintained. You will appreciate the efforts we have gone to, which provide accessibility to the power plant from three sides. Routine maintenance, so often a chore, is now a joy.
An old axiom says that the sum of the parts equals the whole. In this case the sum of the parts not only represent the whole but represents a tremendous amount of enjoyment that I think you will appreciate when you step aboard and "Come Sail With Us" on your new Pearson 36." ~ Bill Shaw designer of the Pearson 36-2 (from manufacturer's brochure)
Direct Current/12 volt
(3) 12-volt Group 27 batteries in plastic battery boxes with covers strapped in place below bunk in aft cabin
Alternating Current/110 volt
There is one 16-gallon aluminium diesel fuel tank set into a molded liner held in with metal cleats.
The fresh water capacity is 100 gallons in two polyethylene tanks. The tanks are located below the bunk in the aft cabin and below the V-berth. Both tanks are set in molded liners.
L-shaped galley is located at the base and forward of the companionway steps. The galley features:
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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.