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Still looking for sailors with experience on this boat. She seems quite similar to the Tartan 34C in hull shape and dimensional proportions,with the exception of a slightly lower ballast/displacement ratio, and a longer waterline. I would really like to know if she has a similar sea-keeping ability.
I have been to the Pearson and e-mail list, but find very little info on the 33.
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Is this the Pearson 10M or something else?
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No, it''s not the 10M -- that''s a different boat. Gary, I suggest going to the Pearson email list here on Sailnet and asking the same specific question about this P-33. There are at least two owners I know of on that list who are regulars, and probably more. Bill Robart is one. I watch that list pretty closely and haven''t seen any specific emails about that boat, so give it a try. I own a P-33-2 (introduced in 1986.)

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Hey Guys

Here is a site that might help.

http://www.pearsoninfo.net/index.cfm

It looks like the 33 was built from 69 to 75. The 10M came in from 73 to 80. You are right Mitch, different boats.

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