Re: Pearson 36
Originally Posted by CalypsoP35
As for light air sailing, I would guess it is not very good. The older Pearsons tend to be good heavy air boats, and not so good in light air. Good luck!
I wouldn't assume that without sailing it. Its Sa/D is 17 and D/L is low 200's - very typical of IOR One Tonners. The One Tonners around here are still fast boats and our air is about as light as it gets.
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