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Pearson 30 For Sale - Cruising Ready

Hello All,
After cruising aboard her for five months, the time has come for me to sell my 1973 Pearson 30 Knot Now. This boat left Maine in October 2009, and has since sailed down the eastern seaboard to the Abacos, Bahamas and returned to the United States 14 days ago. This boat is cruising ready. Virtually every system on this boat has been improved in the past year. Recently installed gear includes a wheel-driven X-5 Autopilot, a 2-blade maxi feathering prop, Lewmar 2-speed self-tailing winches, Edson steering wheel, Lewmar mainsail track, new halyards, plus many other extras.
The boat was repowered in 2005 with a 20hp Beta diesel engine. Boat has excellent fuel economy. Engine has approximately 900 hours.
All interior cushions have been recently recovered. Most wood trim in main cabin was redone with cherry. Boat has new holding tank and all plumbing was replaced. A salt-water whale gusher footpump installed in the galley sink.
Sails include a very good condition mainsail with 2 reef points, a 150% genoa with a new UV cover, and a 100% jib with a new UV cover.
Anchors include a 35 lb. CQR, a 25 lb. CQR, 16 lb. Danforth, and an 8 lb. Danforth. Main anchor rode is a 15’ 3/8 Galvanized chain with 30’ 5/16 Galvanized chain, with 150’ 7/16 3-strand nylon. Backup rode is 15’ 5/16 galvanized chain with another 200’ 1/2 nylon rode. A lewmar anchor roller was also recently installed.
Also includes a 9 foot Mercury inflatable dinghy with an inflatable floor. Dinghy is powered with a 2001 3.3hp Mercury outboard engine that is in great shape.
The boat is in good condition for a 1973. Hull is solid. Decks are white and solid, a have light crazing. The interior looks great. Interior pics will be available in a couple days.
I am selling this boat because I got a job offer that I cannot refuse, and I do not have the time to sail the boat back up to Maine. All the sailing gear that I used to sail the boat is included.
If you buy this boat, you can be cruising in the Bahamas in less than 48 hours!
Send me a PM if you are interested in the boat. I am selling it for 10k
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Giving up cruising for a JOB? ok..... be honest whats her name
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Giving up cruising for a JOB? ok..... be honest whats her name
No that's funny right there!!!
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