Pearson 365 Pilot house

Pearson 365 Pilot House Specs

The Pearson 365 was built from 1976 until 1982 and became one of Pearson's most successful cruising boats along with the Pearson 424. The Pearson 365 was available in the form of a Ketch, Sloop, Cutter (Sea Dragon) and Pilot House.

In addition to a highly modified interior the Pilot House is equipped with addition fuel capacity and a larger engine located mid-ship eliminating the need for V-drive. The mast on the Pilot House and the Sloop are the same, taller than the Ketch and with a boom that is 1.25 foot longer than the Ketch. The cockpit is slightly smaller to accommodate the larger saloon.

All in all about 30 Pilothouse Pearson 365 were built between 1979 and 1981.

Designer

 Bill Shaw

 Sail Area

 570

 Engine

 Westerbeke 50 HP

First Year

 1979

 Main Area

 263

 Fuel

 76 gal

Last Year

 1981

 Fore Triangle

 308

 Water

 156 gal

LOA

 36' 5"

     I

 43' 0"

 SA/D

 13.6

LWL

 30' 0"

    J

 15' 0"

 D/L

 293

Beam:

 11' 6"

    P

 38' 0"

 BR

 41%

Displacement

 17,700

    E

 13' 0"

 L/B

 3.18

Ballast

   7,300

 Mast Height

 48' 6"

 LWL/B

 2.62

Draft

  4' 6"

   

 CSF

 1.76

Hull Speed

 7.34 knots

   

 MCR

 33.0

Cruising Speed  6.5 knots

 

   OR  18%
Number Built  30        

See the 365 Pilot House Brochure

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