If you are a boat enthusiast looking to get more information on specs, built, make, etc. of different boats,
then here is a complete review of PEARSON 36. Built by Pearson Yachts and designed by William Shaw, the boat
was first built in 1972. It has a hull type of Fin with rudder on skeg and LOA is 11.14. Its sail area/displacement
ratio 17.02. Its auxiliary power tank, manufactured by Universal, runs on Gas.
PEARSON 36 has retained its value as a result of superior building, a solid reputation, and a devoted owner base.
Read on to find out more about PEARSON 36 and decide if it is a fit for your boating needs.
LOA:11.14 m / 36.55 ft
Rigging Type:Masthead Sloop
Hull Type:Fin with rudder on skeg
S.A. (reported):55.83 m2 / 600.95 ft2
Draft (max):1.83 m / 6.00 ft
Displacement:6123 kg / 13498.89 lbs
Ballast:2767 kg / 6100.18 lbs
Construction:FG w/balsa cored deck
LWL:8.89 m / 29.17 ft
Sail Boat Calculation
Capsize Screening Formula:1.86
Rig And Sail Specs
I:14.02 m / 46.00 ft
S.A. Fore:12.34 m / 40.49 ft
E:3.91 m / 12.83 ft
S.A. Fore:31.69 m2 / 341.11 ft2
S.A. Main:24.14 m2 / 259.84 ft2
S.A. Total (100% Fore + Main Triangles)55.83 m2 / 600.95 ft2