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Pearson365 Vs. P35 sloop...Opinions

I am looking at a 365 and a 35 sloop. I plan on doing a lot of single handing and I''m wondering which is easier. I''ll be heading to Fla. and the Bahamas eventually. In the meantime it''s L.I. Sound to Maine. Any thoughts?
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Pearson365 Vs. P35 sloop...Opinions

The 365 is a sloooooooow boat with a PHRF of 210 vs. a 165 PHRF for the 35. On LIS the 365 is going to be using the engine a LOT especially in summer when the winds are light.
Single handing ability all depends on how the boat is rigged... most control lines to the cockpit, etc.
As a former Pearson owner I considered a 365 for long distance sailing because of its storage capability, etc. but truthfully my personal tastes found it to be quite a bit undercanvassed and a poor performer for ''sprightly'' sailing. Especiallly in the tidal ''rips'' of Eastern LIS and northwards, I''d suggest a faster boat than the 365.
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