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post #3 of Old 02-22-2002
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Pearson 35

One more point, I think if I were looking for a Pearson in that size range for the kind of thing you are proposing I would look for a Pearson 36 which was a slightly more modern design constructed in the early 1970''s. I would think that the 36 would have a better layout, light air performance and seaworthiness for the kind of thing you are proposing.

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