4/1/08,

Pearson 39-2, 1987, Sarasota, Florida, $85,000, price reduced 7/15/08 to $80,500, ad expired

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1987 Pearson 39-2

  • LOA: 39'3"
  • LWL: 31' 4"
  • Beam: 12' 6"
  • Displacement: 17,500
  • Draft: 4'8" Board Up ; 8'10" Board Down
  • Bridge Clearance: 57'
  • Sail Area: 735 square feet
  • Ballast: 6,800
  • Westerbeke 55FourA New (2005)
  • Fuel: 50 gallons
  • Water: 100 gallons
  • Holding: 50 gallons
  • Base-PHRF: 114

    Accommodations

  • 2 cabin - 2 head - convertible settee - sleeps 7
  • Warm rich wood with cabinetmaker-quality
  • Forward stateroom with private head and shower
  • U-shaped settee converts into double bed
  • Forward facing navigation station
  • L-shaped galley
  • Private stateroom aft
  • Second head and shower aft
  • Reverse cycle air conditioning and heat -12,000 BTU and 9,000 BTU
  • All new (2005) upholstery on cushions

    Galley

  • Adler Barbour holding plate refigerator and freezer
  • 3-burner propane stove with oven
  • H2O filter on galley sink
  • Excellent Storage Space
  • New (2005) Corian countertops

    Electronics

  • Simrad WheelPilot WP30CX
  • JRC 1800CP 24 mile Radar/GPS Chartplotter
  • Horizon wind, speed and depth instruments
  • Standard Horizon VHF
  • New (2005) ICOM M422-02 VHF Marine Radio
  • with Icom Command Mic II
  • Jensen AM/FM Cassette Radio with speaker in cabin and cockpit

    Electrical

  • 3 deep cycle Group 27 Lifeline AGM batteries (New July 2007)
  • 1 deep cycle Group 27 West Marine starter battery
  • 2000 watt Xantrex Freedom 20 Inverter New (2005)
  • Link 2000 battery monitor at nav station New (2005)
  • 1 30 amp shore power curcuits
  • 3 30 amp shore power cords

    Sails and Rigging

  • Hood 150% genoa Excellent condition
  • Hood 110% working jib Excellent condition
  • New (2007) Rolly Tasker 2+2 Mainsail New condtion
  • Assymetrical Crusing Chute New condtion
  • Delta Anchor riding sail New condtion
  • SeaFurl headsail furler
  • Lewmar 55 self tailing primary winches
  • Harken Cabin top traveler
  • Garhauer rigid vang New (2007)
  • Running rigging led aft to cockpit New (2007)
  • Standing rigging New (2005)

    Hull and Deck

  • All stanchions, pulpit, and deck cleats rebedded (2007)
  • Lifelines replaced (2001)
  • Harven Cabin top traveller
  • Contoured cockpit seating
  • Two aluminum propane tanks with integrated storage in cockpit
  • 1 Fortress anchor with chain & rode (40 lb)
  • 1 CQR anchor with 60' chain & 150' rode (35 lb)
  • Lifesling MOB Recovery System
  • All CG Regulated Gear
  • 2 additional inflatable PFDs
  • Dinghy Davits
  • Radar Mast

    Her dimensions are 39' 3" overall length, 12' 5" beam, with a displacement of 17,500 pounds. 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 wood core. The quality of the fiberglass work is quite good for a production boat; attachments are neat and well-finished. Interior joiner work is well done, and systems are neatly installed and compliant with standards in effect at the time. There is some use of fiberglass hull liners, although not to the same extent as most modern production boats. Adding or enhancing systems is more easily accomplished than on boats that rely more on fiberglass liners for interior components. The deck and cabin trunk of the Pearson 39 are neatly laid out with plenty of opening hatches and ports for cabin ventilation. There is a built-in anchor roller at the bow for storage of a plow anchor and a locker on the foredeck for storage of spare anchor and rode. The mainsheet traveler is on the cabin top forward of the companionway, and all sail controls are led to the cockpit. The steering wheel and pedestal are aft, and there are a gate in the stern rail and a fold-up boarding ladder on the transom. The interior arrangement is typical of the size and type of boat. Aft of the main saloon are a large galley to starboard and navigation station to port; further aft are a starboard quarter berth cabin and a second head to port. The Pearson 39 is rigged as a double-spreader, masthead sloop with a sail area/displacement ratio of 18.1 and a displacement/length ratio of 246. The result is a sensible design that provides a very nice balance of performance, comfort, and ease of handling. The Pearson 39 offers good performance and handling under sail and power and is easily handled by a sailing couple. The contemporary styling and solid construction should ensure that these models hold their value.

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