Boat Details

1982 Pearson 367 Cutter

$29,500.00

Description

“Seller can’t leave Alaska this year and says reduce the price”

Pearson model 367 is the cutter version of the Pearson 365, both renown for spaciousness below decks and balanced sailing qualities. The rigging makes it easy to handle designed to bring the boat to maximum performance with a minimum of effort. The cockpit is deep and roomy for that extra room to live and entertain in.

The layout of the Pearson 36 Cutter is a classic layout  with a U-shaped galley to port at the bottom of the stairs and navigation station to starboard  leading to two 7-foot settees port and starboard. Forward is a dry hanging locker to port and large head to starboard. The V-berth or owners cabin is comfortable with ample storage as well as access to the small forepeak which stores the anchor rode.

The galley includes a deep double sink, three burner propane stove and oven, storage, and a large 11.2 cubic foot ice box. The sink is fed by both pressurized and manual foot pump fresh water. Handholds are plentiful and well placed making food preparation possible while underway.

Opposite the galley is a functional nav-station with a hanging wet locker. A fold-out stool provides seating while working at the navigation station but is not that comfortable in rough seas

The salon is has two 7-foot settees port and starboard that make nice sea berths with the addition of lee cloths. The starboard settee pulls out to form a double berth. Under the settees lives two  50 gallon fresh water tanks. Behind and above each settee is more storage including an alcohol cabinet with wine storage. The dinette table is mounted on the forward bulkhead and folds down to allow four adults to comfortable sit, eat, and relax.

The large head is a traditional head with small sink and more than average storage including a dirty clothes hamper. Once you enter the head you will notice the separate shower to your right with seating and more storage. Opposite the head is more storage including a hanging locker.

The v-berth includes a 7 foot berth and more storage. The v-berth sleeps two comfortably  with shelves on each side of the berth provide nice storage. To port and starboard – more storage. The center aft portion of the v-berth can be removed and stored making dressing and moving around the forward cabin much easier. Under the v-berth is more storage as well as and a 20 gallon plastic holding tank.

The engine which is located under the cockpit is accessed from panels below the companion way and from the cockpit sail lockers. Space around the engine is limited and accessibility is tight. Aft of the engine is a newer 50 gallon aluminum fuel tank.

Give Albert a call for any of your boating needs. San Carlos, it’s closer than you think.

Financial and titling transactions are conducted in the US or Canada by licensed agents. An offshore purchase means great savings and the process is safe and hassle-free.

San Carlos Yacht Sales

This vessel is located in beautiful San Carlos Sonora, Mexico, A short 250 mile drive on a safe 4 lane highway from Nogales, Az. San Carlos is a known boating destination/community, featuring breathtaking scenery, quiet anchorages nearby, great fishing, diving, two marinas, 3 haul out facilities and much more.

Give Albert a call for any of your boating needs. San Carlos, it’s closer than you think.

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.

San Carlos Yacht Sales
Division of Mazatlan Marine Center
Albert Klettke
Marina San Carlos Loc-3
San Carlos, Sonora, Mexico 85506
Toll-free (voice/fax) 1-855-846-7245

Albert direct – US: 520/481-8075 Mx: 521 622 118 9705

Detailed information

Dimensions:

LOA: 36 ft

Draft:  5 ft 8 inches

Beam:  10 ft 4 inches

Displacement: 17,000 lbs

Hull material:  Fiberglass

Keel type:  Modified keel

Engine and propulsion:

Engine make:  Westerbeke

Engine model:  W 50

Engine year:  1982

Engine hours: 5010 hrs. – rebuilt at 4460 hrs.

Horsepower:  45 hp

Transmission: Hurth 150 – Walter V-drive

Cruising speed:  7 knots

Max speed:  8 knots

Range:  400 nm

Propeller type:  Bronze 3 blades

Dinghy outboard:  Old and condition unknown

 

Tank Capacity:

Fuel capacity: 50 gallons

Fuel tank material:  newer aluminum

Total No. Fuel tanks: 1

Water capacity:  100 gallons

Water tank material:  Fiberglass

Total No. Water tanks:  2

Holding capacity: 20 gallons

Holding tank material:  plastic

 

Accommodations:

Stateroom sleeps: 2

Dinette sleeps:  2

Single berths: 1

Heads: 1

 

Galley:

Refrigeration: Frigibar

Water heater:  6 gallons

Stove:  3 burner stove with oven (oven is non-functional)

Water system:  Hot and cold pressure water pressurized and foot pump

Cooking fuel:  Propane  (2- 5gal. tanks)

Sink:  Double SS

Other:  Propane heater

 

Electronic and Navigation Equipment:

Isolated backstay: No  –  Split Lead GAM/McKim SSB backstay antenna

Radar:  Raymarine  24” digital (2015)

VHF:  Standard Horizon – Eclipse

GPS:  Raymarine

Depth sounder: Raymarine – i40 (2015)

Wind speed / direction: Yes

Autopilot:  Raymarine Tiller pilot

Self steering vane:  Hydrovane

Plotter: Raymarine

Compass:  Ritchie 5”

Stereo:  Alpine with Polk speakers (5 years old)

Equipment manuals: Yes

 

Electrical Systems:

House bank 1:   (4) 6 volts

Start bank:  (1) 12 volts

Battery monitor: Xantrex

Battery charger: Newmar – Phase 3 PT 25 amp

Smart Reg:  Balmar 3 stage

Alternator: 100 amps

Inverter:  Heart 600 watts

Solar panel:   4 total 20amps

 

Sails & Rigging:

Main: 3 reefs – triple stitched – new 2015

Genoa:   130 –  fair condition

Staysail:  Fair

Storm staysail: never used (original survey states fair to good)

Storm trisail: never used (original survey states fair to good)

Spinnaker:  Cruising with sock (fair)

Yankee:  90 – strong, but stretched out

Spinnaker pole:  Yes

Standing rigging: 1-19 rigging stalocks, 70% 4 years – 30% new

Running rigging: tired but working condition

Boom vang: Not installed – soft vang onboard

Winches:  Lewmar

Roller furl:  Profurl on both headsails

 

Deck Equipment:

Anchor: 1: CQR 35lb (20’ chain/300’rope)  2: Bruce 45lb (250’ x ¼” chain) 3: Danforth 25lb (20’ chain/200’ rope)

Windlass:  Maxwell 1200 watt

Bow roller:  double SS

Dinghy:  8 ft Walker Bay

Nav lights:  LED Trilight & steaming lights

Spreader lights: Not installed

Ladder:  Yes (SS removable)

Lifelines:  Yes (3/16” double)

Deck material:  Fiberglass (no soft spots)

 

Mechanical Systems:

Bilge blower: Yes

Fire extinguishing:  2

Fuel filters:  Racor

Bilge pump:  2 Rules

Raw water sea strainer:  Yes

House fans:  Yes

Fresh water cooling system:  No

 

Safety Equipment:

Lifesling: 1

Jacklines: 2

Epirb:  No

Flares:  Yes

 

Covers & Cushions:

Dodger:  Yes – Hard top with soft sides

Wheel/tiller cover:  Yes

Bimini:  Yes

Cockpit cushions:  Yes – fair

Mainsail:  Yes – older

Genoa:   furling with suncover

Bug screens: Yes – hatch screens

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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.

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