Bill Shaw designed the Pearson 35. He said it was one of his most successful designs. The 35 was in production for 14 years from 1968 to 1981, for the 1982 model year. Most designs would last only five years.
Over 500 Pearson 35’s were constructed, most are still in use. Substantially built, they offered a huge cockpit (9′ 5″ long!), a forward cabin large enough and with enough headroom to actually get dressed. The main cabin is bright, airy, and comfortable.
The Pearson 35 has a long full keel with centerboard which provides shoal draft, making it possible to venture into places much smaller boats would hesitate going. Demand for the Pearson 35 continues with an active and competitive resale market for well-maintained vessels.
Buttercup is very well maintained and upgraded. Every nook and cranny is spotless.
The Universal engine has approximately 2517 hours.
The 12000 BTU marine AC is 1 year old.
Last haul out, Oct 2016 (bottom painted with Trinidad SR
Dodger&Bimini replaced 2018 Side mesh cockpit shades Whole boat cover for storage
Replaced entire black water system (holding tank, hoses, toilet), 2014
Replaced all potable water hoses with pex tubing, 2015
All Chainplates replaced in 2014
Standing rigging was replaced in 2015
Halyards replaced in 2011
All of the pictures in this ad were taken in April of 2020.
Call David Foster 727-212-5649 to schedule an appointment.
You will not be disappointed!
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