1987 Pearson 31-2

Very clean, well maintained and cared for. I purchased this boat on 2007and it is now time to move up in size. This is a very popular design and can be cruised or raced in comfort and easily sailed single handed. All pictures are current!

Builder: Pearson
Designer: Bill Shaw
Keel: Fin

LOA: 31 ft
Beam: 10 ft 7 in
LWL: 25 ft 6 in
Minimum Draft: 5 ft 9 in
Displacement: 10,500 lbs
Ballast: 4,000 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 47 ft

Brand: 16 HP Yanmar 2GM20F - fresh water cooled
Type: Inboard
Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine hours are unknown although engine runs well and is very reliable
Two blade fixed propeller

Water tanks: Two (2) fresh water tanks - 20 gallons each
Fuel Tank: 18 gallons
Holding Tank: 18 gallons

V-berth forward with door, port window and opening hatch overhead – sleeps 2
Port settee sleeps 1; starboard settee converts to double berth – sleeps 2
Aft starboard quarter berth sleeps 1
Galley includes a 2-burner propane gas stove/oven, ice box, sink w/pressure hot/cold water and ample storage space
Separate head compartment with manual pump marine toilet, sink and hot/cold shower
Hanging locker outboard of V-berth and head
Folding dining table in center
Teak and holly cabin sole
3 opening hatches and 7 opening ports provide excellent ventilation
6’5” headroom; lots of interior space
Privacy curtains
Companionway steps remove for easy access to the engine

Depth sounder
VHF - Horizon VHF with RAM mike and GPS interface
Digital GPS
Raymarine ST60 Wind meter
Raymarine ST60 Depth and Knot meter
Autohelm 4000 Auto Pilot (inoperable)

135% Furling genoa
Battened mainsail
Cruising spinnaker (new condition)

Standing rigging was reportedly replaced in 2002 by previous owner.
Split backstay
Harken furler
Harken traveler
Lewmar 42ST primary
Lewmar 30ST mainsheet and halyards
Mast steps
Lazy jacks

Other Equipment
Electric bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
Dual battery charger controller and shore battery charger 110V
Shore power inlet with power cord

Bottom Sider cockpit cushions
Life jackets
Stainless steel boarding ladder
Steering wheel
Canvas dodger and Bimini
Tiller for emergency steering
Two (2) anchors - 25# CQR Plow and Danforth
Bow anchor roller
Life Sling
Fenders and docking lines
Canvas mainsail cover
Canvas helm cover
Two (2) Stern perch seats at aft quarters
Teak cockpit table
Prior owner reported that she was stored indoors for the first 18 years in Maine
USCG Documented Vessel

Repairs and Maintenance

New fuel filler hose 2008
New exhaust elbow 2008
New Main halyard and traveller sheets 2010
New exhaust hose and all water inlet/engine hoses 2012
Replace head 2012
Repack stuffing box 2014
New alternator 2014
Raw water strainer 2015
New batteries 2015
New water pump 2015
New lifelines 2016
Regular maintenance includes annual oil and fuel filter changes, impeller replacement and regular sail inspection/repairs

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