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05-06-2002 05:07 AM
Pearson 424 Ketch

Check out Those folks can answer any questions you have. The 424 is a fine boat, great for cruising and living aboard. But then, I''m a Pearson owner so I''m biased.
05-04-2002 01:27 PM
Pearson 424 Ketch

Opps ---- Lets try this again. Regarding a Pearson 424. It is a 1983, William Shaw design, with a 5''3" draft. Understand these are good crusing boats but I really don''t know much about them. Can someone help me out here as to their sailing tendencys etc. Thanks ------ hyway

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