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I Looking to buy a pearson 37r
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Pearson 37 R 1980-1982

There''s a 1982 Pearson 37 for sale here in Annapolis, Maryland. I believe that Pat Lane at Annapolis Yacht Sales has the listing. You can reach him at <patricklane@erols.com>
Pat''s a good guy to deal with.

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Pearson 37 R 1980-1982

Not sure what the "r" stands for, but there are 5 37ft Pearsons listed on yachtworld.com - one of them looks like the boat referred to in the previous message in Annapolis

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Pearson 37 R 1980-1982

i have a 1983 pearson 34. great boat. It''s real fast to weather, quick in light wind and handles well in rough seas. sorry, not for sale!
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