Pearson 37′s, from the early 1980′s, are the fastest boats Pearson ever built, yet very spacious and comfortable.
Total Cost $4,800
The following costs will be deducted with each use from your balance:
Full Day Weekend (up to 23 hours starting at 8:00 am or 2:00 pm) $408
Half Day Weekend (8:00 am-1:00 pm or 2:00 pm-7:00 pm) $278
Full Day Weekday (up to 23 hrs starting at 8:00 am or 2:00 pm) $235
Half Day Weekday (8:00 am-1:00 pm or 2:00 pm-7:00 pm) $163
Seven Day Daysailer Membership
Members have the choice of adding on an additional Ensign Seven Day Daysailer Membership for the low cost of $470 regularly priced at $2,480.
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Our Pearson 37s offer excellent performance, a very comfortable cockpit, and an unusually large, bright interior, highlighted by the use of light hickory, ash, and cedar. We have added 10 opening ports to both our Pearson 37s, allowing excellent ventilation and making a light interior even brighter. Both boats have received numerous upgrades for easy shorthanded sailing, including running halyards and reef lines to the cockpit, and our Dutchman Sail Flaking and Track System. The PHRF rating on these yachts is around 108, making them one of the fastest cruising yachts in this size. Much of this is due to the very high quality gear and construction used in the Pearson 37, including Hall Spars, Navtec rod rigging, balsa cored hull, etc.
Down below there is a large V-berth in the spacious forward owner’s stateroom. There is plenty of stowage with a hanging locker and lots of shelf space, and more than enough space to get dressed in. The head is on the starboard side aft of the owner’s stateroom and includes a shower (both boats also have a cockpit shower). The main salon table folds down, and when up, makes for a very spacious cabin. Of particular interest to families are the upper and lower berths in the main salon, allowing up to four kids or adults to sleep here, even when underway. The U shaped galley is to port, and includes a large icebox, a gimbaled stove and oven, and lots of locker/stowage space for longer cruises. To starboard is a large navigation table and a large single (almost a double) berth aft.