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A successful design that's good for both club racing and short-term cruising, the 30 is a good investment.

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The Bill Shaw-designed Pearson 30 entered production in late 1971. By January 1, 1980, 1,185 of the fin-keel, spade-rudder sloops had been built in the company’s Portsmouth, Rhode Island plant. Peak production years were 1973 and 1974, with about 200 boats produced in each of those years. Production tapered off to about 70 boats per year in the last three years of production, and the P30 was discontinued with the 1981 models, later replaced in the Pearson line by the Pearson 303.

The Pearson 30 was designed as a family cruiser and daysailer with a good turn of speed. The boat is actively raced throughout the country, however, with some holding IOR certificates, and many more racing in PHRF, MORC, and one-design fleets.

The P30’s swept-back fin keel and scimitar-shaped spade rudder are fairly typical of racing boat design from the late 1960s and early 1970s but look somewhat dated next to today’s high aspect ratio fin keels and rudders.

The boat’s underwater shape is somewhat unusual, The hull is basically dinghy-shaped. The sections aft of the keel are deeply veed, however, so that deadrise in the forward and after sections of the boat is similar. Coupled with a fairly narrow beam by today’s standards, this provides a hull form which is easily balanced when the boat is heeled—an important consideration in this relatively tender 30-footer. Above the water the Pearson 30 carries out the standard Pearson credo—moderation in all matters. The hull has a moderate amount of conventional sheer curvature with modest overhangs at bow and stern. The cabin trunk is well proportioned but is of necessity somewhat high to achieve headroom in a small boat without excessive freeboard. Styling is clean and modern with—thankfully—no attempt to incorporate “traditional” detailing. The boat’s appearance may not stir the soul, but neither will it offend the eye.

The Pearson 30 has a well-proportioned masthead rig. The mainsail comprises 44% of the working sail area, more than is found on many modern “racercruisers,” but a reasonable proportion for a true multi-purpose boat.

Base price in 1971 was $11,750. By November 1979, base price had jumped to $28,300. The builder’s option list included about $8,000 worth of goodies for the gadget addict, including wheel steering, a LectraSan toilet system, and a $500 stereo system.

Average 1979 sailaway price was about $35,000. The average 1992 price for that 1979 model is $20-$21,000.

After years of using the Palmer 22 horsepower and 30 horsepower Atomic Four gasoline engines, the late model Pearson 30s came with a two-cylinder Universal diesel, which weighs about the same as the Atomic Four.


Pearson is one of the oldest fiberglass boatbuilders in the country. Their Triton and Alberg 35 are two of the classic “modern” boats. With over 20 years of fiberglass boatbuilding experience, Pearson has solved most of the construction problems that seem to plague some builders.

The layup schedule of the Pearson 30 did not change during the production life of the boat. The hull structure is a hand layup in a one-piece mold of alternating plies of 1 1/2-ounce mat and 18-ounce woven roving. Two layers of omni-directional mat are used beneath the gelcoat to prevent “print through” of the first roving layer, an unsightly and unfortunately common problem with some builders.

Below the waterline, the Pearson 30 hull is a solid seven-ply layup, yielding an average bottom thickness of .29″. Along the keel, the plies from each side are overlapped, doubling the thickness in this critical area. The topside skin is five plies of mat and roving, with an average thickness of .21″. The deck is a fiberglass/balsa sandwich.

The hull-to-deck joint is made by glassing together the external flanges of the hull and deck. This chemical bond is backed up by stainless steel self-tapping screws at intervals of approximately 4″. The flanges are covered by an extruded plastic rubrail holder, covered by the familiar Pearson soft vinyl rubrail.

One Pearson 30 owner who races his boat reported that the hull-to-deck joint had opened slightly at the bow from excessive headstay tension. No other owner reported this problem, and examination of a large number of Pearson 30s failed to reveal another hull with this problem. Excessive headstay and backstay loading is often found in racing boats and can damage any boat not designed for this type of loading.

The Pearson 30’s spade rudder has provided the only recurrent problem with the boat. The rudder stock consists of a thick-walled stainless steel pipe. The stock enters the hull through a slightly larger diameter fiberglass rudder tube, which projects above the waterline to the cockpit sole, eliminating the need for a stuffing box. The rudder stock rides in two Delrin bushings, one at the top and one at the bottom of the fiberglass rudder tube. Wear in these Delrin bushings causes play to develop in the rudder stock. This wear can be accelerated by failing to tie off the tiller when the boat is at rest, thus letting the stock turn from the natural motion of the boat.

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The bushings are owner-replaceable when the boat is hauled out, requiring removal of the tiller fitting and dropping the rudder through the bottom of the boat. The bushings can then be pried out and replaced.

The frequency with which rudder bushings must be replaced varies with the amount of use the boat receives. Pearson considers the bushings an item of routine maintenance. We would recommend that they be replaced whenever any slop develops. About 30% of the boats we examined showed significant bushing wear.

We also found annoying and excessive play in the tiller fitting which might sometimes be confused with bushing wear. Correcting this requires shimming or bushing the cast aluminum tiller socket.

The first Pearson 30s had an aluminum pipe rudder stock rather than stainless. Several rudders broke off as a result of corrosion at the narrow gap between rudder and hull. To Pearson’s credit, the firm recalled and replaced the rudders on the approximately 200 boats built with aluminum stocks. The error in using aluminum stocks was far outweighed by the company’s willingness to correct a potentially serious problem.

The Pearson 30’s 3,560 lbs of lead ballast is encapsulated in the fiberglass keel molding, This avoids the necessity of keel bolts but makes the keel more vulnerable to grounding damage.

The deck-stepped, polyurethane-painted aluminum mast is supported by the main cabin bulkhead and an oak compression column. This column is glassed into the top of the keel.

If coaming-mounted genoa turning blocks are installed—and they are necessary for genoas larger than 150%—it is essential that large backing plates be used. Some of these blocks which were improperly installed by owners have pulled through the coamings, which are a relatively thin solid fiberglass molding.

Through hull fittings appear to be bedded with silicone, a less than ideal choice for underwater fittings. Proper seacocks or gate valves are installed in all underwater openings, although none are installed with backing blocks, which is highly recommended. Chainplates, where visible, are properly bolted to primary structural bulkheads.

Much of the interior construction is bonded to the hull, including the molded fiberglass floor pan and molded headliner. Molded hull liners are relatively expensive, and are seen less and less frequently in modern stock boat construction. Interior surfaces are teak- or Formica-covered plywood. Exposed plywood edges are covered by glued-on plastic trim, which, we noted, has often pulled off, even on new boats.

Seat back lockers have friction catches, which unless properly aligned can let the seat back/locker doors come open when the boat is heeled. The cabin sole is non-skid fiberglass. Exposed interior fiberglass surfaces are now covered by foam-backed tan basket weave vinyl which enhances appearance.

Pearson hull strength has never been questioned. Their boats tend to have slightly heavier scan’tlings than average, which is hardly a shortcoming. The construction of all their boats, including the Pearson 30, is of above average stock boat quality.

Handling Under Sail

The Pearson 30 is an active sailor’s boat. We find it responsive, and a pleasure to sail. It is also tender, and very sensitive to the proper sail combination. All owners responding consider the boat to be somewhat “tippy.” The P30 does, in fact, put the rail under quite easily.

In 15 knots apparent wind, we find that the boat is almost overpowered with the full main and 150% genoa. Gusts of 12-14 knots bury the rail, slowing the boat. The P30 does not, however, carry any substantial weather helm even when overpowered. Any tendency to round up or spin out can usually be controlled by a strong hand on the tiller and easing the mainsail.

As you would expect in a dinghy-hulled, spaderudder fin-keeler, the boat is quick in tacks. It is so quick, in fact, that the jib sheet winch grinder is likely to be growled at by the skipper for being too slow. The winch grinder is also handicapped by the difficulty of his bracing himself properly to exert full power on the winches, a common problem on production boats of almost any size. We strongly recommend the optional Lewmar #40 jib sheet winches, whether the boat is used for racing or cruising. The standard halyard winches are perfectly adequate. The optional roller-bearing mainsheet traveler is practically a must for effective trim of the mainsail although it does reduce cockpit room.

Although the Pearson 30 was not specifically designed for racing, some of the boats have had very successful racing careers. Pete Lawson’s Syrinx won the Three-quarter Ton North American Championship in 1972. Under IOR Mk IIIA, the boat’s average rating has dropped nearly two feet, making the boat rate just over Half Ton. The boat is still a successful club racer and is hotly raced as a one-design class in some areas, including Chesapeake Bay. Pearson 30s also race in MORC classes, and the boat has been measured for USYRU Measurement Handicap System (MHS) for hull standardization.

Owners report that typically only about 10% of their sailing time is devoted to racing. Another 10% is spent cruising, while fully 80% of sailing time is spent daysailing.

The boat will be sailed quite differently by racers and cruisers. Experienced Pearson 30 racers keep the boat moving by reefing the main and carrying on with larger headsails as the breeze pipes up.

Cruisers will find it more comfortable to sail with smaller headsails and more mainsail even though there will be some sacrifice in performance on the wind. A good selection of headsails—at least a 150% genoa, a #3 genoa, and a working jib—is necessary. A small heavy-weather jib would be a good idea for boats that cruise in exposed waters.

Handling Under Power

The Pearson 30’s underwater configuration creates a boat that maneuvers remarkably well under power. The P30 easily turns in a circle its own length in diameter. The standard two-cylinder Universal diesel pushes the boat well, albeit with some vibration, although it lacks the power of the old Atomic Four when punching through a chop.

A strong arm on the tiller is required when backing down under power. “It’s a tough boat to handle in reverse. It can tear your arm off,” said one experienced Pearson 30 sailor. The aft-raking unbalanced rudder will easily go hard over if too much helm is applied while backing down, and an unprepared or off-balance helmsman could be thrown off his feet by the sweeping tiller under these conditions. Applying minimum rudder corrections reduces this tendency, but a rudder of this type, which is free to rotate through 360 degrees, can pose a real threat to the unwary.

Deck Layout

Certain compromises in deck layout are inherent in almost any 30-footer; the Pearson 30 is no exception. The shrouds hamper access to the foredeck, so that it is easier to walk on the cabin top to go forward than along the sidedecks. This is almost a universal shortcoming in boats of this size, as the requirements of interior living space necessitate a large cabin trunk and relatively narrow sidedecks.

Pearson 30

The bow cleat is located well forward and is adequate for the size of lines likely to be used on the boat. However, we would prefer two bow cleats, nearly side by side, in the same location. This is particularly useful in boats which spend a major amount of their lives tied to a dock, as the rule of thumb is that the dockline which needs adjusting is always the bottom line on any cleat.

The vinyl rubrail around the hull-to-deck joint presents a problem when anchoring the Pearson 30. It will undoubtedly be chafed by the anchor line. Redesign or relocation of the bow chocks would be necessary to correct this potential chafe problem.

The large starboard cockpit locker is designated as the boat’s sail locker. We recommend that the locker be put to its intended use. The locker is so deep that small items would end up in a heap in the bottom almost out of reach if they were stored here. Space in the lazarette locker—a natural place for fenders, docklines, and sheets—is limited by the engine exhaust hose. Rerouting this hose would increase the usefulness of this space.

The large cockpit seats four adults comfortably for daysailing and six if they are active enough to stay out of the way of the tiller and the mainsheet. The 4′ long tiller definitely encroaches on the cockpit living space. We would normally be reluctant to recommend wheel steering for a high-performance 30-footer: it would, however, increase cockpit space and might reduce the idiosyncrasies created by the spade rudder when handling the boat under power.

The Pearson 30 has a light, roomy interior for a boat of its size. In the 1980 model, all four ports in the head and forward cabin are of the opening type, greatly improving ventilation, particularly when coupled with the optional, but recommended foredeck-mounted cowl ventilator.

The overhead hatch in the forward cabin is basically a ventilation hatch and is too small for either sails or emergency exit. Anchor storage is awkward without a foredeck anchor well, a welcome addition to many more recently designed boats the size of the Pearson 30.

The 22-gallon water tank and the standard holding tank occupy much of the space under the forward double berth. This double berth is actually the entire forward cabin, and can be closed off from the full width head by double doors. The standard marine toilet is equipped with a proper vented loop. The head wash basin is tucked under the deck and is difficult to use for anyone with less agility than a contortionist. The location of this wash basin is the only serious flaw in the otherwise functional head compartment.

The P30’s main cabin is large and comfortable, with capacious storage above, behind, and below the settees. Owners may find these storage spaces more useful if they are subdivided by partitions to prevent gear stored in one locker from ending up in another.

The under-settee and under-galley lockers cannot be considered dry storage unless the bilge is kept bone dry. Although the lockers are sealed to the bilge at the bottom, owners report that, with their boat heeled, bilge water finds its way into the lockers by running up the inside of the hull behind locker partitions, then down into storage spaces. Most dinghy-hulled boats lack real bilge space or a sump, and as little as a gallon of water in a boat of this type can be annoying.

It is unfortunate that a large number of berths has become a criterion for livability in modern boats. In the past, a 40-footer was likely to have four or five berths. Now six berths are standard on a 30-footer, including the Pearson 30, seven on a 35-footer, and eight on a 40-footer.

Cruising longer than overnight with six on a boat the size of the Pearson 30 is a sure way to terminate friendships and wreck marriages. No responding Pearson 30 owner reported cruising with more than four people on a regular basis.

The standard fold-down cabin table is a practical solution on a boat of this size. The optional slide-out chart table limits room over the quarterberth and lacks the fiddles which are necessary because of its slanted surface.

The Pearson 30 galley is typical of 30-footers. As much as possible is jammed into a necessarily small space. The deep lockers behind the stove and icebox will probably be partitioned into several smaller compartments by the moderately handy owner. Annoyingly, a short person has a hard time reaching the depths of the icebox, particularly if the stove is in use.

We cannot recommend the self-contained alcohol stoves almost always installed on the Pearson 30 and other boats of this size. There is a very real and well-documented risk of explosion if the stove must be refueled while hot. It is the fault of the marine stove industry—and an uninformed consuming public— that these potentially dangerous stoves are still used on many boats.

The galley sink and spigot partially block the companionway. The top companionway step is actually the lid of a nifty storage box, handy for winch handles, spare blocks, and tools.

Engine access is via the companionway steps, which lift out to expose the front of the engine. Two slatted doors in the quarterberth provide additional if awkward access to the engine and fuel tank under the cockpit. There is no soundproofing in the engine compartment.

The new, smaller diesel engine is more accessible for service than the old Atomic Four. It has molded fiberglass engine beds and drip pan, an excellent idea, although some engine vibration is transferred to the hull despite the flexible engine mounts and shaft coupling.

It is rare for a 30-footer to have good engine access. The Pearson 30 is no better than average in this respect.

Despite the above shortcomings, the P30 is highly livable. The advertised 6′ 1″ headroom is really an honest 5 11″ in the main cabin. Achieving good headroom in a 30-footer without serious compromises in appearance is nearly impossible. The Pearson 30 comes as close to achieving this as any boat we have seen in its class.


The Pearson 30 was an industry success story. The boat is fast and responsive. Finish quality is above average. The interior is comfortable and reasonably roomy within the limitations inherent in a 30-footer. Many of the minor design problems can be corrected by the imaginative and handy owner who enjoys tinkering.

Pearson has a reputation for building solid, middle-of-the-road boats: a deserved reputation well in evidence in the P30. The Pearson 30 would be an excellent choice of boat for the aggressive and self-confident beginning sailor who desires high performance for daysailing or club-level racing as well as for reasonably comfortable short-term cruising. It is not the boat for the timid sailor, male or female. The family with two children will find it a comfortable cruiser. Sailors with friends who enjoy spirited sailing and who don’t mind frequent sail changes will also find it a good choice for daysailing and local racing.

The long production run and continued popularity have created a boat with few inherent major problems and high resale value. The Pearson 30 is a good investment.


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  • Type: Boat and Rig Attributes. All types are Bermuda rigged sloop, single mast with fore-and-aft sails, unless otherwise specified by Cat, Ketch, or Yawl.
  • LOA: Length Over All, the maximum length of the hull, in feet, from stem to stern measuring parallel to the waterline. This does not include projections of pulpits or spars.
  • Draft: Deepest extent of hull, typically bottom distance from waterline to bottom of keel.
  • DISP: Displacement, the vessel's weight in pounds, calculated from the volume of water displaced by it.
  • SA/D: The sail area to displacement ratio is a bench-mark to evaluate light air performance as well as heavy air conditions.
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  • Shaw – William H. Shaw joined Pearson Yachts in 1964 as Chief Architect, eventually running the entire Pearson Yachts Division of Grumman. During his tenure, he and his team designed over 50 different sail and power boats. Bill Shaw
  • Alberg – Carl Alberg's successful career as a designer can be linked back to his partnership with Pearson Yachts and early fiberglass yacht construction. Carl Alberg
  • Tripp – During the 1960s, William H. Tripp Jr. was one of America’s most successful yacht designers. Bill Tripp
  • Rhodes – Philip L. Rhodes was a naval architect known for his diverse yacht designs. Philip Rhodes | Philip Rhodes Vanguard
  • Tritt – Bill Tritt is a yacht builder with a keen interest in fiberglass as a material to use in boats and cars. Bill Tritt
  • Alden – John G. Alden was an American naval architect and the founder of Alden Designs. John Alden

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1974 Pearson 30, Hull 558. An exceptional version of this well-regarded model from Pearson Yachts. The Pearson 30 was and still is a great sailing boat, with the capacity to win her PHRF class. Jazzy has been restored and refitted to like new condition by her last two owners. For the past 7 years she has been used for daysailing, coastal cruising (for up to a week+), and the occasional race. This boat looks nothing like the typical Pearson 30. You need to see her to appreciate her. Perhaps the prettiest Pearson 30 in the Northeast. LOA 29 9. LWL 25 0. Beam 9 6. Draft 5 0. Displacement 8,320 lbs. Edson wheel steering. *Repowered with rebuilt Atomic Four in 2008. About 500 hours. Runs great. *Sails: Dacron Main and 130% jib in good condition (new UV panels for jib in 2019); old 150% genoa; spinnaker. RECENT UPGRADES: *2021- new Jabsco head. *2021- two new deep-cycle batteries. *2020- five new Perko cabin lights. *2020- repacked stuffing box. *2019- new electronic ignition, coil, sparkplugs and wires for Atomic Four. *2018- new Ritchie Venture bulkhead-mounted compass. *2017- new Rule bilge pump and float switch. *2016- added two mast-mounted Spinlock halyard clutches for main and jib. *2016- added Spinlock outhaul and cunningham. *2016- new Vulcan 20lb. anchor. *2016- two new Lewmar EVO 40 self-tailing winches (primaries). *2016- new Perko battery switch. *2016- new Life Sling 2. *2016- new lifelines. *2016- dropped rudder and replaced Delrin bushings. *2015- new canvas wheel cover and engine gauge cover. *2015- new port and starboard deck-mounted navigation lights. *2015- new B and G Wind, Speed, Depth and GPS instruments and displays. *2015- new engine gauges (Tachometer, Oil Pressure, Temp, Battery Charging), plus added Oil Pressure Alarm and Hour Counter. *2015- replaced Standing Rigging and Running Rigging. Previous owner: 2008 repowered with rebuilt Atomic Four and repainted hull and decks with Awlgrip; replaced interior bulkheads and cabinets, cockpit table, cabin cushions, fuel tank, sink, and added Dodger and zip-on Fly. I have many more pictures, please call me and I will e-mail them to you.

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Auxilary power, accomodations, calculations.

The theoretical maximum speed that a displacement hull can move efficiently through the water is determined by it's waterline length and displacement. It may be unable to reach this speed if the boat is underpowered or heavily loaded, though it may exceed this speed given enough power. Read more.

Classic hull speed formula:

Hull Speed = 1.34 x √LWL

Max Speed/Length ratio = 8.26 ÷ Displacement/Length ratio .311 Hull Speed = Max Speed/Length ratio x √LWL

Sail Area / Displacement Ratio

A measure of the power of the sails relative to the weight of the boat. The higher the number, the higher the performance, but the harder the boat will be to handle. This ratio is a "non-dimensional" value that facilitates comparisons between boats of different types and sizes. Read more.

SA/D = SA ÷ (D ÷ 64) 2/3

  • SA : Sail area in square feet, derived by adding the mainsail area to 100% of the foretriangle area (the lateral area above the deck between the mast and the forestay).
  • D : Displacement in pounds.

Ballast / Displacement Ratio

A measure of the stability of a boat's hull that suggests how well a monohull will stand up to its sails. The ballast displacement ratio indicates how much of the weight of a boat is placed for maximum stability against capsizing and is an indicator of stiffness and resistance to capsize.

Ballast / Displacement * 100

Displacement / Length Ratio

A measure of the weight of the boat relative to it's length at the waterline. The higher a boat’s D/L ratio, the more easily it will carry a load and the more comfortable its motion will be. The lower a boat's ratio is, the less power it takes to drive the boat to its nominal hull speed or beyond. Read more.

D/L = (D ÷ 2240) ÷ (0.01 x LWL)³

  • D: Displacement of the boat in pounds.
  • LWL: Waterline length in feet

Comfort Ratio

This ratio assess how quickly and abruptly a boat’s hull reacts to waves in a significant seaway, these being the elements of a boat’s motion most likely to cause seasickness. Read more.

Comfort ratio = D ÷ (.65 x (.7 LWL + .3 LOA) x Beam 1.33 )

  • D: Displacement of the boat in pounds
  • LOA: Length overall in feet
  • Beam: Width of boat at the widest point in feet

Capsize Screening Formula

This formula attempts to indicate whether a given boat might be too wide and light to readily right itself after being overturned in extreme conditions. Read more.

CSV = Beam ÷ ³√(D / 64)

In production for nearly 10 years, with more than 1000 built, this was one of Pearson’s most successful models. The designer, Bill Shaw, owned a Pearson 30 for a number of years. Early models had Palmer inboards.

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As per the seller, this sailboat is in very good condition and ready for Spring sailing. The bottom was recently painted. The diesel engine in very good running condition. Camper Cover in good condition. Windows and portholes seals in great condition, no leaking. Sails and rigging are said to be in excellent condition. Stock #266359 1985 Pearson 36!! New rigging and sails!! Rebuilt Engine!! Camper Cover!! Located in Coos Bay, Oregon, this 36-foot Pearson is a great cutter sailboat. Pearson Yachts was a manufacturer of fiberglass sailboats in service from 1958 until 1990. The boat was hauled out five years ago to have the bottom repainted. The lead keel was in great condition along with the Stainless Steel bolts that hold it in place. The prop shaft strut was also custom-made and replaced. The sails, rigging, lines, and rolling jib were all replaced five years ago as well. The seller has recently spent 27K on many improvements. The blue Camper Cover/Dodger combination is in great condition with double-pane, Isinglass windows. The cabin has room to sleep six and two staterooms. Teak flooring, galley, head & shower, and dining drop down for sleeping area. Cushions have some wear but no rips. The electronics include a VHF radio, Bose stereo, one TV and a Raymarine C70 Chartplotter, fishfinder, GPS/radar, and four handheld radios. Head out confidently into the water with a Yanmar, 30 HP Diesel engine onboard, in case you need help getting home. Also included: - New rudder bearings. - Humidifier in the cabin. - Bilge pump. The 36 has lots of room for your family and friends, and all your boating gear. Don't miss out on your opportunity to own this Pearson sailboat! Reason for selling is not using anymore.

1973 Pearson 30

1973 Pearson 30

Onekama, Michigan

Category Sailboats

Posted Over 1 Month

1973 Pearson 30 POPULAR CRUISER/RACER, PRICED TO SELL. 1973 Pearson 30 Sailboat w/30hp Atomic 4 Inboard. The Pearson 30 has long been a favorite in the Cruiser/Racer class. The 30 has an aft galley layout and sleeping for 6 with the convertible dinette. Head compartment features a marine toilet with holding tank. Large cockpit with pedestal steering. she includes 3 sails with bags, mainsail cover, electronics, safety equipment and more. She is priced to sell and ready to go. Call today.

1980 Pearson 30

1980 Pearson 30

Rochester, New York

1980 Pearson 30 This Pearson 30, #1193, was the last ever built. She is a strongly built and a great sailing, racer/cruiser for those on a budget looking for a popular class boat. Last survey says the boat is “Above Average!” She is exceptionally clean and ready for lake, bay or coastal cruising and/or some casual racing.

Pearson 30

Bad Axe, Michigan

Length 30.0

This boat is in Great condition. Runs and sails Fantastic! New wiring, new compass, new CD player, 6 sails (all in great condition). Tons of extra parts for the motor! gas grill the mounts on the aft of the vessel, along with a gas 2 burner counter top stove,(with cover which is a cutting board)down below. comes with tons of extras! Emergency tiller, satellite GPS installed, auto pilot, (need gear box), marine radio, cigarette lighter, sliding chart table with drawer. all lights are in working order! Boat is in the water and ready for you to sail her home! Winter storage available.

1966 Pearson Coaster 30

1966 Pearson Coaster 30

St Augustine, Florida

Model Coaster 30

1966 Pearson Coaster 30 Adios is a new listing with upgrades .

Sailboat Pearson 30 ft

Sailboat Pearson 30 ft

South Portland, Maine

Here is a rare opportunity to purchase a vessel with extensive upgrades for a fraction of cost. "Dancer" was purchased by the current owner in 2013, who replaced major systems and components with the intention of keeping her for many years. Over $30,000 was invested in the first year, however a sudden change of plans forces "Dancer" to go up for sale. All mechanical invoices are available for review. Upgrades include:New engine 2014New exhaust system 2013Cutlas bearing 2013Shaft and strut 2013Bilge pump 2013Propane system 2014New wheel 2014Sails---main and jib 2012 Please contact Eric Fortier at cell number 207-590-1360 (Toll-free 877-241-2594) where boat is locatedAt South Port Marine, 14 Ocean Street, South Portland, Maine 04106, USA (If you need additional information, call owner John Salo at 617-590-2244)

1973 Pearson 30Pearson

1973 Pearson 30Pearson

Madisonville, Louisiana

Model 30Pearson

Category Sloop Sailboats

1973 Pearson 30Pearson Very nice, Solid 30' Pearson sailboat with 3 cyld. Yanmar diesel. Sailed last Sunday. Just back in water Tuesday 3/21/17with new Bottom paint, all new thru hulls and valves, new super nice Awl-grip paint job on hull and new rubrail. Has Main sail, 3 jibs, all wenches work new tiller, updated upholstery inside. Sleeps 6,head with shower, stand up portable ac, mostly new LED lighting to much to mention. Open to offers, If interested text or call 504-931-2208

1977 Pearson P 30

1977 Pearson P 30

Mooresville, North Carolina

1977 Pearson P 30 This 1977 Pearson has always been in fresh waters. Recently surveyed and found to be in excellent condition and the surveyed value is $20,000. Estimated replacement cost according to the surveyor is $107,000. This boat has hardly ever been used and is cared for by a professional U.S. Coast Guard captain. It is extremely clean inside and out. The estimated engine hours (Atomic 4 inboard) is less than 150 hours. List of equipment and extras:- Edson stainless steel steering wheel and pedestal- Emergency tiller setup- Transom railing has been modified for easy on and off easy access- Swim platform (converts in less than 5 seconds to a boarding platform)- Garmin GPS and VHF radio- Stereo speakers- Automatic battery charger- Dual batteries- Shore power- Cockpit table- Cockpit cushions - Interior upholstery in great condition- Bilge pump- Alcohol stove-top unit- Dual stainless steel sinks- Manual toilet (never used)- Sleeps 6 people in two cabins with a small bathroom in between- Sail inventory: Jib, mainsail, spinnaker- Two anchors with chain and rope- Six fenders - Plenty of docking linesNOTE: The boat is truly in excellent condition. The only thing it needs is polishing of the hull and bottom paint. It can be transported anywhere in the U.S. (cost of transport not included). Further reading:http://sailboatdata.com/viewrecord.asp?class_id=1276http://www.boatus.com/boatreviews/sail/Pearson30.asphttp://sailingmagazine.net/article-1250-pearson-30.html

1971 PEARSON  P-30

1971 PEARSON P-30

New York, New York


Sailboat 30 Feet Pearson Flyer Yanmar Diesel

Sailboat 30 Feet Pearson Flyer Yanmar Diesel

Marblehead, Massachusetts

Model Flyer 30

Category Daysailer Sailboats

1986 Pearson Flyer 30 ft sailboat with Yanmar Auxiliary motor, folding propeller, roller furling jib.

1971 Pearson Pearson 35

1971 Pearson Pearson 35

Stuart, Florida

Model Pearson 35

1971 Pearson Pearson 35 Single 30 hp Universal diesel inboard engine is locked up due to a faulty exhaust manifold.  She's a very solid vessel that needs total repainting.  Her interior is in really nice shape for her age.  All sails appear to be in good condition and are stored away.  Keel is full with centerboard.

1976 Pearson 365

1976 Pearson 365

Fort Myers, Florida

1976 Pearson 365,length overall (LOA): 37make / manufacturer: Pearsonmodel name / number: 365 ketch. Hull#20propulsion type: sailyear manufactured: 1976condition: goodlength overall (LOA): 37make / manufacturer: Pearsonmodel name / number: 365 ketchpropulsion type: sailyear manufactured: 1976Specs. Builder Bill Shaw Loa 36ft 5 in. Lwl 30 ft. Draft 4ft 6in. Displacement 17700lbsBallast 7300lbs Bridge clearance 46ft. Year built. 1976Engine. Perkins 4-108 40 hp. V drive, trans and engine gone through and rebuilt or replaced 2009. Accommodations 6'4" headroom8 opening ports with screens. New Foundmetals 20092 dorade vents2 deck hatches. Lewmar Ocean 20095 cabin fans. head compartment with separate shower stall. Raritan Elegance toilet. Stainless sink and faucet all upgraded in 2013. GalleyForce 10 oven 3 burner stove. Lp gas. 2010 2 alum tanks. Hot water 6 gal. Rafitan with heat exchanger. 2009 Sea Frost refrigerator with digital control Lots of storage and counter space.Sails and rigging. Original main sail and mizzen sail150 Genoa reconditioned in 2015Profurl roller furler 2 number 44 lewmar winches 5 smaller lewmar.Mast pulled and rigging replaced, rewired, new main mast step and mizzen mast step repaired 2012Mechanical Equipment 20,000 btu air conditioner with heat new in 2016Easy access dual bilge pump assembly with alarmsNew waste tank, pump, hosesWheel steering ElectronicsGarmin 740 with hd radar. Autohelm 3000. Garmin 182. Gmi 10 wind and dept vhf icom 502, stereo, binnacle mounted compass, lighting suppressors. Electrical 110v Batt. Chargers. Custom dc breaker panelBlue sea batt. Switch panel with auto charge combined Blue sea Ac panels. Balmar 110 amp altinator with maxcharge regulator. AirX wind generator silent wind blades Solar panels with emarine/blue sky controller. Deck and hull 35 lbs delta plow 80 ft chain 200 rode44 lbs Bruce anchor 40ft chain 200 rodeS/L sea tiger windlassDouble lifelines with gates stainless bow and stern pulpits Removable swim ladder This vessel is ready to cruise. professional repairs and refit have her ready for any adventure. Even has a fresh bottom job. Comfortable cruiser suitable live aboard. $38000

1982 Pearson 323

1982 Pearson 323

1982 Pearson 323 A super cruiser with tons of room for a live a board! Same owner for 23 years! The sister ship was featured in Southwinds magazine. See the full review at (southwindsmagazine.com) 2011 review of Peasrson 323 featuring Ceilidh..........and projects section of Pearson 323 website by Cliff McKay.  This boat is turn key and ready to cruise! See the full specs for all the details! New 30 HP Yanmar Diesel in 2010! Garmin GPS Map, Horizon Speed and depth, Standard VHF radio, Navico WP4000 Auto pilot, CD player, Full galley with ice box, pump and pressure water, propane stove and oven, gas grill, CDI furling, working jib, 150 Genoa, 150 shoot, cradle stack, shore power with battery charger, hot water tank, Jabsco manual head, Plow and Fortress anchor, 2) 44 winches, Dodger with bimini, binnacle cover, 11' Caribe hard bottom tender with 2 HP Honda. Complete ship and maintenance log! Very clean and ready to move aboard!

1982 Pearson 37ft, Racer version

1982 Pearson 37ft, Racer version

Severna Park, Maryland

Model 37ft, Racer Version

1982 Pearson 37ft, Racer version, 1982 Pearson 37ft, Racer version,Pearson 37, Racer/Cruiser, 1982, Hull #10, Bumble BeeDimensions:LOA: 36.92 ft, LWL: 30.08 ft, Beam: 11.83 ft, Displacement: 12524, Ballast: 5400 lbs.Tankage: Fuel: 35 gal, Water: 70 gal, Yanmar 3GM30 diesel (new in 2001), 27hp, 590 hrs.PerformanceRaced for many years on the Chesapeake Bay by current owners and has proved to be a top level racer (1st, 3rd, 4th and 6th out of 5 Governors Cup Chesapeake Bay Race, plus about 25 trophies in the past 12 years. Electronics:Garmin GPSMAP 192C, Garmin network with depth, speed, wind direction and two monitors in cockpit, SailComp 103C racing calculator, Raytheon ST4000 Autopilot, ICOM IC-M45 VHF,Horizon MST30 AM/FM Stereo with tape playerOverall Accommodations, Layout, EquipmentVery stylish low profile lines, nicely set up cruiser with shower, hot water plumbing (need hot water heater), Force 10 stove, sleeps 7, large selection of sails. The mast is the taller version, fin keel, hydraulic vang and backstay, responds very quickly and points excellently up wind. Spray dodger, connecting bimini with back shade (new 2013, used 4 times)Asking price is $39,750Call 410-647-2468, 410-562-3421 or [email protected] $39750, 4106472468

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  1. PEARSON 30

    29.79 ft / 9.08 m: LWL: ... this was one of Pearson's most successful models. The designer, Bill Shaw, owned a Pearson 30 for a number of years. Early models had Palmer inboards. Sailboat Forum ... Calculations Help. SA/Disp.: A sail area/displacement ratio below 16 would be considered under powered; 16 to 20 would indicate reasonably good ...

  2. Pearson 30 boats for sale

    1974 Pearson 30. US$12,500. Merri-Mar Yacht Basin, Inc | Newburyport, Massachusetts. Request Info. <. 1. >. * Price displayed is based on today's currency conversion rate of the listed sales price. Boats Group does not guarantee the accuracy of conversion rates and rates may differ than those provided by financial institutions at the time of ...

  3. Pearson 30

    The Pearson 30 has a well-proportioned masthead rig. The mainsail comprises 44% of the working sail area, more than is found on many modern "racercruisers," but a reasonable proportion for a true multi-purpose boat. Base price in 1971 was $11,750. By November 1979, base price had jumped to $28,300.

  4. 1976 Pearson 30 sailboat for sale in Massachusetts

    Builder: Pearson Yachts Designer: Bill Shaw Keel: Fin Hull Shape: Monohull Dimensions: LOA: 30 ft 0 in Beam: 9 ft 6 in LWL: 25 ft 0 in Minimum Draft: 5 ft 2 in Maximum Draft: 5 ft 2 in Displacement: 8320 lbs Ballast: 3500 lbs Bridge Clearance: 42 ft 3 in Headroom: 6 ft 0 in Engines: Engine Brand: Universal Engine Model: Atomic 4 Drive Type ...

  5. 1976 Pearson 30 P-30 sailboat for sale in New York

    1976 Pearson 30 Tall rig Boat is in very good shape for its age. FRESHWATER ONLY Solid decks Hull is in great shape as well as the interior. Brand new cushions throughout the entire boat. New head 2 brand new interstate batteries Atomic 4 engine starts right up and runs well. 135 Roller Jib & Standard Heavy Main both in good condition. Steel ...

  6. 1976 Pearson Pearson 30 sailboat for sale in Virginia

    5.0'. Virginia. $15,000. Description: 1976 Pearson 30, Turnkey and ready to go. Hull number 843 is a well maintained boat that is likely one of the best examples of its type on the mid-Atlantic coast. I have owned, cruised, raced, and restored her for the last 10 years. Growing family commitments (grandchildren) make it increasingly difficult ...

  7. 1976 Pearson 30, Racine Wisconsin

    1976 Pearson 30. Boat has 150% Genoa with pro-furling unit. Mainsail with cover. Fenders and dock lines great starter boat. All safety equipment is functional including the engine. With a little TLC with polish and brite work, this can be a great family sailboat. NO TRAILER! The trailer in this photo is the marina travel lift trailer and not ...

  8. Pearson 30

    Pearson 30 is a 29′ 9″ / 9.1 m monohull sailboat designed by William Shaw and built by Pearson Yachts between 1971 and 1981. Great choice! Your favorites are temporarily saved for this session. Sign in to save them permanently, access them on any device, and receive relevant alerts. ... 1976 Pearson 30 $15,000 USD. View. 4 / 34 Bayfield, WI ...

  9. 1976 Pearson 30 sailboat for sale in Maryland

    1976 30' Pearson 30 sailboat for sale in Deale Maryland. Home. Register & Post. View All Sailboats. ... I am asking $11900 or best offer. The boat is equipt for racing and cruising. We sailed in 32-40kn of wind and 6-8 ft waves. The boat is a winner of a race in 2018. ... Pearson Sailboats Pearson 30s Maryland Pearsons. Featured Sailboats: Home ...

  10. 1976 Pearson 30 sailboat for sale in Alabama

    1976 30' Pearson 30 sailboat for sale in Elberta Alabama. Home. Register & Post. View All Sailboats. Search. Avoid Fraud. ... (2 burner) and huge ice box to starboard of companion way. Sink with foot pump. Salon with two settees on either side of flip down table (larger settee pulls out into double birth). ... Pearson Sailboats Pearson 30s ...

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  12. 1976 Pearson 30 Specs And Pricing

    30 specifications; 1976 Pearson 30 Technical Specs. General Data about Pearson 30. Brand: Pearson: Model: 30: Boat Type: Sail: Category: Cruiser (Sail) Year Of Production: 1976: ... Fuel (Gas/Diesel) Gas : Hull Material Used: Fiberglass : Length : 9.14 m / (30.00 ft) Selling Price: 5.700 (USD) Service repair manual: Pearson 30 Manual: Engine ...

  13. Pearson 30 Sailboat Boats for sale

    Pearson Flyer sailboat 30 foot with 2 Main sails, 155% Genoa jib, 135% jib, Two Spinnaker poles, Anchor, swim ladder, 6 lifejackets, VHF radio, Tactic, compass and more Great for racing-- buyer is responsible for pick up ... This 1976 Pearson 30 was first owned by a serious sailor if the sail inventory is any indication. There is a 90% heavy ...

  14. 1976 Pearson 30 Racine, Wisconsin

    1976 Pearson 30 Boat has 150% Genoa with pro-furling unit. Mainsail with cover. Fenders and dock lines great starter boat. All safety equipment is functional including the engine. With a little TLC with polish and brite work, this can be a great family sailboat. NO TRAILER! The trailer in this photo is the marina travel lift trailer and not ...

  15. Pearson 30

    247.07 sq ft (22.954 m 2) Total sail area: ... Pearson 303 → [edit on Wikidata] The Pearson 30 is an American sailboat that was designed by William Shaw as a cruiser and first built in 1971. The design was replaced in the company product line by the Pearson 303, which was also a Shaw design. Production. The design was ...

  16. Pearson Sailboat Models

    PEARSON 30. Pearson 30 ... PEARSON 36. Pearson 36 ×. Fantastic in Fiberglass: Fin Keel | Tall Mast: 36.5: 6.0: 13500: 16.5/18.5: 1972-1976 (103+) Shaw: Home Page PearsonInfo: PEARSON 10M. Pearson 10M ... Key to Sailboat Table. Model: Pearson model name and link to line drawing. Type: Boat and Rig Attributes. All types are Bermuda rigged ...

  17. 1976 30' Pearson P30

    Awlgrip Refurbished and Looks New 1976 Pearson 30 in great shape - new electrical system/ new hot water pressure system. Deck professionally painted (Awlgrip) 7/2017 - looks new - The long production run and continued popularity have created a boat with few inherent major problems and high resale value. The Pearson 30 is a good investment.

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    14. Contact. 262-233-2646. 1. Sort By. Filter Search. View a wide selection of Pearson 30 boats for sale in your area, explore detailed information & find your next boat on boats.com. #everythingboats.

  19. 1976 pearson p 30 sailboat for sale in New York

    1976 30' pearson p 30 sailboat for sale in long island New York. Home. Register & Post. View All Sailboats. Search. ... This pearson p 30 : Added 22-Mar-2016 pearson Sailboats pearson 30s New York pearsons. Featured Sailboats: Home. Register & Post. View All Sailboats.

  20. 1974 Pearson 30

    1974 Pearson 30, Hull 558. An exceptional version of this well-regarded model from Pearson Yachts. ... Sail area in square feet, derived by adding the mainsail area to 100% of the foretriangle area (the lateral area above the deck between the mast and the forestay). D: ... 1976 Pearson Pearson 30 Deltaville, VA, US $15,000. USD. For Sale. 1975 ...

  21. 1976 Pearson Yachts Prices & Values

    Select a 1976 Pearson Yachts Model. A company created in 1958, Pearson Yachts quickly became a high production builder of sailing yachts. At one time building a boat every day, types of fiberglass boats sold under the Pearson Yachts name ranged from the 12-foot Petrel to a 53-foot vessel. Controlled by Grumman Allied Industries since 1961 ...

  22. Explore Pearson 30 Boats For Sale

    There are currently 4 listings available on Boat Trader by both private sellers and professional boat dealers. The oldest boat was built in 1967 and the newest model is 1977. The starting price is $6,695, the most expensive is $14,500, and the average price of $10,123. Related boats include the following models: 323 Pearson, 34 and 35 Pearson.

  23. Pearson Sailboats 30 Boats for sale

    1986 Pearson Flyer 30 ft sailboat with Yanmar Auxiliary motor, folding propeller, roller furling jib. 1971 Pearson Pearson 35. $3,000 ... 1976 Pearson 365,length overall (LOA): 37make / manufacturer: Pearsonmodel name / number: 365 ketch. Hull#20propulsion type: sailyear manufactured: 1976condition: goodlength overall (LOA): 37make ...