The Pearson 31-2 is the second generation of the very popular compact cruiser from Pearson Yachts. Her spacious layout has two cabins, a single head, propane stove, chart table and plenty of storage space. She has a shoal draft keel, roller furling headsail and lines led aft to the cockpit for ease of sailing
Blue water specialist with 50,000 miles at sea
Please contact Andy Lee at 904 264 9100
Ytterligare specifikationer, utrustning och information:
Registrerad i: USA
LÖA Längd över allt: 30 fot 8 tum
Bredd: 10 fot 8 tum
LWL: 25 fot 5 tum
Max. djupgång: 3 fot 9 tum
Deplacement: 10000 pund
Ballast: 3800 pund
Höjd över vatten ytan: 46 fot 5 tum
Motor typ: Inombord
Antal singelbäddar: 2
Antal hytter: 2
Antal toaletter: 1
Down the companionway to the starboard is the aft quarter berth with bolstered head board and plenty of leg room. In front of the quarter berth is the chart table, 12 volt and 110 volt distribution panels and the ice box. There is also a 1200 w inverter and the battery switch located here. Opposite the chart table is the galley with lots of dry storage and fitted dish storage in the counter top and behind the propane stove. Under the steps is engine access to the ever reliable Yanmar 2GM20F. There is access around the engine on all 4 sides and the top. Moving forward there is a settee to port and starboard with a double leaf table centerline. There are bookshelves and more storage outboard of both settees. Forward to starboard is the fiberglass lined head and shower with plenty of space for an adult to move around. The V-berth is in the fore peak with room for two adults. In the forward cabin is a hanging locker and elegant teak lined hull.
Bali Ha'i is equipped with 6 opening ports and two large deck hatches for ventilation while inside she has 12 volt fans to keep the circulation moving. She has a propane gas stove for cooking in the galley. She has an Autohelm 4000 autopilot for self steering. There is a Pioneer stereo with speakers, VHF radio, solar panel with controler, depth sounder with audible shallow alarm. Easy access to the water from the stern ladder. A Rockna type anchor with plenty of chain on the bow. A bimini and dodger protect you from the elements in the cockpit.
Elevated moisture at toe rail
During a resent survey the moisture reading around the toe rail of the boat was found to be elevated. The buyer stopped the survey once this was found.