Big enough for comfortable cruising but small enough to make her easy to handle, the Pearson 365 is one of the most popular and enduring sailboats ever made. "We Quit" has sailed everywhere from Venezuela all over the Caribbean and up to the Chesapeake. She features a long list of upgrades and an attractive price - she's ready to go whenever you are and wherever you'd like to take her!
A spacious cockpit with wide decks with ventilation hatches to channel fresh air below. Pearsons are known for design features that make it easy to move around the boat. The cockpit features tall coamings, which along with the spray hood, provides great protection from the elements. A wonderful boat to sail in any weather!
Main and halyard sheets have been replaced within the last two years. Mainsail measures 254 square feet with a standard 100/120 jib and a foresail of 160 square feet. An additional sail measuring 100 square feet is stored on the boat. The main and mizzen sails fall into Doyle stay-packs. Standing rigging was replaced in 1999.
Entering the cabin from the rear, the galley is located on the port side with a nav table opposite to starboard. Forward of this is the salon, which features a settee that opens into a double berth on the port side and to starboard a pilot berth. The dining table folds down from the bulkhead. The head is located forward of the salon featuring a large separate shower stall. Opposite the head on the port side is a hanging locker. The master stateroom is located at the bow of the boat and features a spacious v-berth and ample storage.
The large u-shaped galley featured a gimbaled three burner stainless steel LPG stove with oven, a large refrigerator and stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressure water. There is ample storage throughout the galley.
The head has a sink, toilet and separate shower stall. The freshwater tank holds 150 gallons heated by the on-board hot water heater. A built-in garbage receptacle and underneath storage makes this head comparable to many you would find in larger vessels.
The following is a list of repairs and upgrades completed by the current owner:
* new water heater (2001)
* peeling of the hull and blister repair; new Visterol bottom (2002)
* new main and mizzen Air Force sails (2006)
* new bimini, dodger and cockpit cushions (2009)
* new motor mounts (2010)
* new heat exchanger (2011)
* new Doyle stay-packs (2011)
* rebuilt injectors and injector pump (2014)
* new starter motor (2014)
* new house battery bank (2015)
* new rear main engine seals (2015)
* rebuilt v-drive and new V-drive mounts (2016)
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.