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Pearson 37
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Description: Pearson 37
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Review Date: Wed March 11, 1998 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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kevlar composite hull, rod rigging, hydrualic
backstay, vang, and outhual.Very well built boat for racing
and cruising. Fast upwind and down. Greatest weakness
.....many of the winches are at the mast.
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Registered: January 2000
Location: maryland
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Review Date: Fri July 16, 1999 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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I purchased the boat from the original owner in August 1995. Since that time, I have raced it on Long Island, Block Island, and Key West. I have also taken it from New York to Key West, both on the intracoastal and outside.Many upgrades have been made to make it more effective as a racer and as a cruiser. I have the original owner's manual and information about the Atlantic Marine instruments and
Micrologic Loran. It is a wonderful boat, with very good pointing ability, good stability, and good speed. I'd be happy to share any of my experiences with someone interested in learning more about the Pearson 37 racer/cruiser.
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Review Date: Mon June 12, 2000 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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My Pearson 37 hull #25 is a true race/
cruise boat. She is extremely fast and
yet comfortable for our family of four.
I have had herout on Lake Superior in
some bad weather,(remember the Edmond
Fitzgerald), and she handles it with ease, even if the crew doesn't at times.
This is my third boat and by far the best.
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Review Date: Fri April 4, 2003 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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Best boat pearson ever made. She's fast, syable and easy to sail. we race and cruise on lake Champlain and cant think of a better boat for our purposes. This year we'll put a split drum roller furler on to make the cruising a little less work but with the furler off she'll still be a racer. For serious cruising I'd like a dodger which is hard to do because the boom is low. Though the deck layout is optimized for racing, addition of a auto-helm auto pilot a few years ago makes shorthanded cruising easy.
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