Year: 1975 Price: US $10,000
Located in MA, United States
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Propulsion Type Inboard
Engines/Fuel Type: Gas
Boat Type: Sloop
The Pearson 30 is a venerable classic. In its price range, if well maintained, the mid 70's Pearson 30 is one of the best values in a rugged family cruiser on the market. The use of fiberglass in the lay up was generous, construction details had been perfected by this time, and any issues will have long since surfaced. Always a great club racer, the Pearson 30 is competitive and fun to race or cruise. Make an offer! Owner is motivated to sell!
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Builder: Pearson Yachts Designer: William Shaw
William Shaw designed the Pearson 30, which was produced 1971 through 1980. She is a fast, good sailing, and comfortable weekend cruiser. The interior is very well put together and features a lot of wood. Teak fittings fill the cabin with warmth. All carpet and cushions are in great shape. The 9’6” beam makes for a very spacious interior with full stand-up headroom. The boat sleeps six: two in the forward V-berth; two in the portside dinette; and one each in the starboard side berth and the port side quarter berth. The starboard side galley and port side dinette provide all you need for entertaining. ENJOY THESE SPACIOUS, COMFORTABLE ACCOMMODATIONS WITH YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS.
NEW Doyle Mainsail.
This boat is well maintained, fully equipped, and ready for you to get on the water with your family and friends. Safety gear, docking gear, anchors, rode, etc. included. The boat is ready to go.