1982 Pearson 26 $ 2,600.00

Summary

BIG PRICE DROP, THIS BOAT IS NICE WORTH A LOOK SEE

The Pearson 26 is one of the most popular small cruisers ever built. It is stable and easy to sail with a large cockpit, a cabin for 2 4, and a marine head. The electric start 2010 Yamaha 8 hp outboard is reliable and easy to maintain. The stability of the hull, simple sail design, and auto tiller make the boat easy to single-hand or sail with a novice crew. 

The cabin has a sink with hand pumped water, dinette that converts to a bed, and cabin length bench seat/bed. The removable Igloo Marine soft sided cooler under the sink is large enough (26 quarts) to hold food for an overnight on the lake. The marine head leads to a forward cabin with a v-berth and a hatch for ventilation. There is lots of storage under the forward dinette seat and under the cockpit seats.

This 1982 Pearson is ready to sail away. The boat is here at our boat yard, and can be viewed her too.  

This well-maintained boat has been stored, serviced, & docked at Fays Boatyard, and actively sailed each year. In 2015 custom Bottomsider cockpit cushions were purchased and over $4,000 in new electronics installed by Fays:

  • Garmin GPS MAP 7608 chartplotter

  • Raymarine ST 1000 tiller pilot

  • Raymarine i50 /i60 Speed, Depth & Wind instruments

Icom M324 VHF radio with masthead antenna  

 

Specifications

MakePearson
Model26
Model Year1982
Price2600.00 USD
ConditionUsed
CategorySail
ClassCruisers, Daysailers
Hull MaterialFiberglass
YachtWorld ID3182236
LocationGilford, NH

Dimensions

Length26 ft
Length Overall26 ft
Beam9 ft
Max Draft6 ft

Tankage

Fuel Tank Count1
Fuel Tank Capacity6|gallon
Fuel Tank MaterialAluminum

Accommodations

Number of single berths2
Number of double berths1
Number of heads1
Total Engine1

Engine: 1

BrandYamaha
Year2010
TypeOutboard 4 Stroke
Fuel TypeGas
Power8|horsepower
Propeller Type3 Blade, Aluminum
Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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