1969 Pearson 35

Year
1969
Location
Northern Harbour, Kenora, ON, Canada

A classic in mint condition

1969 PEARSON 35 “Delphini”

Keel/centreboard
Draft: 3’9”/7’6”
LOA: 35’
Beam: 10’ 0”
LWL: 25’
Displacement: 13,000 lb. with 5,400 lb. lead ballast

ENGINE
Atomic 4 engine, upgraded to electronic ignition.
12 X 6 three-blade propeller

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

Three Group 27 deep-cycle house batteries plus one start battery
Balmar 65-amp alternator with smart charge controller and Blue Seas Automatic Charging Relay. ProMariner 30-amp battery charger
AC shorepower with 60 ft cord 

SAILS AND RIGGING
Full-batten North main sail with LazyMate system (2002)
155% genoa (2002) on Furlex roller furler
Spinnaker with hardware and pole
Sail cover
2 x Harken 44-2ST winches
2 x Barient 22 spinnaker winches
2 x Barient 10 halyard winches on mast
Heavy-duty SS standing rigging
Internal halyards

ACCOMMODATION
Blake-Lavac vacuum toilet and holding tank
Sink and shower
One large and one small hanging locker

The saloon has transom and pilot berths to starboard and dinette (convertible to double berth) to port.  Brass halogen reading lights in saloon and V-berth

GALLEY
Sink
Gimballed, three-burner propane stove with oven
Large icebox, with Adler-Barbour 12-volt refrigeration
Hot/cold pressure water system with AllCraft hot water tank
Propane custom-built locker with an electric solenoid shut-off and overboard drain

ELECTRONICS AND NAVIGATION
Hummingbird 535 depth sounder and knotmeter
Garmin GPSmap 620
6” Ritchie Globemaster compass
Navico WP5000 autopilot
VHF radio with masthead antenna
Stereo/CD player with four speakers
Navigation, steaming and foredeck lights
Orca Green LED masthead light

DECK AND HULL
Solid fibreglass hull
Epoxy barrier coat withVC17 antifouling
Full-length solid mahogany rub rail
Varnished teak cockpit coamings, grabrails and trim
Teak cockpit gratings
Edson wheel steering with traditional varnished wheel
Dodger, cockpit cushions, six large fenders, emergency tiller, 5/8” dock lines
Simpson-Lawrence Hyspeed manual anchor windlass with 125 feet chain and 75 feet nylon rode
15 Kg Bruce anchor
32 lb. lb. CQR
Fortress anchor

Force 10 propane barbecue
20-gallon fuel tank
30- gallon  + 2 x 19 gallon, water tanks

Heavy-duty steel cradle

 

Delphini has always been a well-maintained, fresh-water boat.  Her deck non-skid areas are painted Bristol Beige with single-part epoxy paint.  She is a traditional design, quality-constructed vessel.

May be seen at Northern Harbour, Kenora, ON

Asking $24,000