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Need parts for a 'Free' Pearson P30

I have a line on a supposed 1976 Pearson 30 for free!

(Yes, I realize that the free boats end up costing more, but...)

The boat has a good hull and deck, mast & rigging, but no boom, sails,
interior or engine.

I'm not concerned about the interior or the engine. But I do need a boom
and sails to sail her. If I can locate any interior bits that would be great,
or I can customize it. For the engine, I wouldn't mind using an outboard,
short-term, and I've been fascinated with the electric motor/regenerator
powered sailboat concept.

I also need to find a trailer or a way to move it from MA to ME;
which could be expensive...

I realize this is short on details, more details later after I get a
look at it.

Thanks for any Help, Jim Baranski,
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Pearson 30's are still raced on the Chesapeake Bay so there should be a good selection of Pearson 30 sails at Bacon and Associates.
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I think that Pearson Booms were made by Dwyer Aluminum Dwyer Aluminum Mast Company- Manufacturers of Quality Sailboat Masts, Booms, Hardware and Rigging Since 1963.
or Kenyon
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The sail plan and general layout of the rig with dimensions is shown here.
Pearson 30

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Greetings Jim,
I have a boom for a P30 and some spare parts. If you are still looking let me know.

Thanks
Paul R. Cribb
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