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I''m planning to sail my re-fitted and re-powered 1976 P35 from Boston to Florida and the Bahamas. I believe a sound Pearson 35 should do fine in these waters, but would like some feed-back. Thanks- Harry
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Harry,

Why not ask your question on the Pearson email list here on Sailnet? You''ll get a response from several P-35 owners who have done just what you''re planning.

Or, if you want to email me directly, I can put you in touch with people who have sailed P-35s from the Chesapeake to Mass., and people who have sailed their P-35s to the Bahamas.
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Thanks for the advice. I joined the sailnet Pearson list, but cannot access it or any of the e-mail archives. Is this my error or the systems? I''ll e-mail you for the info you offered.
Thanks - Harry
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