1974 Pearson 26 Hull Number: 761
Docked: Solomons, MD and Moving to North Carolina
LOA: 26' 1" LWL: 21' 8" Beam: 8' 10" Draft: 4'
Displacement: 5,400 Ballast: 2,200 Water: 22 Holding: 15
Engine: Honda high thrust 9.9 4 stroke electric start (New Summer 2001)
Fuel: 6 and 3.5 gallon fuel tanks
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Step below and see for yourself why the Pearson 26 is truly a family yacht. Beneath the companionway step is space for an optional removable ice chest. To port in the main cabin is the galley sink with ample counter space with storage under. To starboard is additional counter space large enough for a 2-burner stove, television, coffee pot, or small microwave. DC adapter is located under counter. The main cabin includes storage shelves port and starboard.
New fresh water lines, & galley pump Spring 2002 new tanks
The portside dinette seats four…and converts to a 7’ double berth. To starboard is another 7’ berth with additional stowage under. Before walking forward, stand up. The Pearson 26 provides 5’8" headroom. The toilet room is next with privacy doors between both the main and forward cabins. Inside, the toilet room has a storage locker to port and hanging locker to starboard.
New Electric Head (Wilcox Crittenden w/macerating pump) Spring 2002
Keep going, there’s more ahead. The forward compartment has a full-length vee berth making a total of five berths. Overhead is a translucent ventilation hatch and additional stowage shelves are provided both port and starboard. Don’t forget the forepeak…more stowage there.
Interior redone in Spring of 2002, cushions out of 4" closed cell foam (vee berth, as well as settee and dinette bottoms & backs, as well as new curtains.
Built to the same height standards of larger Pearson yachts, the Pearson 26 provides ample headroom and live-aboard spaces without taking on a ‘layer cake’ look. Overall, the Pearson 26 provides features usually found only on much larger yachts. She’s got a bright, airy cabin, four fixed ports, and room for the whole gang.
The Pearson 26 is a study in design genius and space efficiency. Her roomy 6’ 11" self-bailing cockpit includes sail lockers port and starboard. And her open, bulkhead motor-well provides unobtrusive yet convenient accessibility. Non-skid deck surfaces abound. And visibility is excellent.
Magma Propane Grill New 2001
The Pearson 26 looks like a yacht on the outside and feels like a yacht on the inside.Small "touches" like the cockpit winch alcoves makes each Pearson 26 the kind of small yacht you’ll always be proud to own.
Speed/Log/Temp Standard Horizon SL-45 New Spring 2002
Depth w/off-set Standard Horizon DS-45
2 Deep Cycle 95 amp batteries New 2001 & 2002
15 Amp battery charger with shore power
2 14# Danforth Anchors
1 -- 150' of 1/2" Nylon & 15' of 3/8" BB chain anchor rode New Summer 2002
1 -- 100' of 3/8 nylon & 6' of 3/8" BB chain anchor rode
Working Jib & 150 (good to excellent)
Sail, Winch, Tiller, and Hand Rail Covers
Boat paint spring 2002
Rudder shaft rebuilt and new rudder bearings winter of 2002
All new thru hulls and sea cocks spring of 2002
All hoses replaced winter of 2002
Rigging inspected and replaced as needed
Life Jackets and Throw Cushions
Horse Shoe Ring on Rail mount
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