Price: 
$22,000

Sadly, we have decided it is time to sell our beloved sailboat and we would love to see her go to a good home.  Delphini is not a light-air racer but she is roomy and comfortable and equipped to spend days at a time out on the lake.  

1969 PEARSON 35.  A beautiful, classic sailboat in excellent condition and has never been in saltwater.  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.  This engine is flawless; it runs perfectly and has never let us down.  12 X 6 three-blade propeller

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Three newGroup 31 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 system redone with new wiring, fixtures and Blue Seas AC panel;  60 ft shorepower 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.  Two Harken 44-2ST winches and two Barient 22 spinnaker winches.  Two Barient 10 halyard winches on mast. Heavy-duty SS standing rigging; internal halyards. Several older, hank-on jibs, including storm jib.

ACCOMMODATION
Roomy vee berth forward; next aft is a head to port with Blake-Lavac vacuum toilet and holding tank, sink and shower; good storage. There is one large and one small hanging locker across from the head.  The saloon has transom and pilot berths to starboard and dinette (convertible to double berth) to port.  There is extensive storage in drawers and lockers and the interior is nicely finished in varnished mahogany. A kerosene brass trawler lamp hangs over the saloon table and a gimballed oil lamp is mounted on a bulkhead.  The interior bunk and settee cushions are in like-new condition.  Brass halogen reading lights in saloon and vee-berth.

GALLEY
Galley is aft with sink and gimballed, three-burner propane stove with oven, to port. To starboard, is a large icebox, with Adler-Barbour 12 volt refrigeration conversion.  A hot/cold pressure water system with an AllCraft hot water tank.  Propane bottles are in a custom-built locker with an electric solenoid shut-off and overboard drain.

ELECTRONICS AND NAVIGATION
Humminbird 535 depth sounder and knotmeter, Garmin GPSmap 620 with Canadian electronic charts, 6” Ritchie Globemaster compass in binnacle, 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.  Bottom has epoxy barrier coat and VC17 antifouling.  Full-length solid mahogany rubrail. 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” docklines.  Simpson-Lawrence Hyspeed manual anchor windlass with 125 feet chain and 75 feet nylon rode and a 15 Kg Bruce anchor.  Second anchor is a Fortress with 10 feet of chain and 75 feet of nylon rode.  Force 10 propane barbecue.  26 gallon (120 L.) monel fuel tank, 30 gallon main and two 19-gallon water tanks.  Heavy-duty steel cradle.   

LOCATION
Delphini is currently berthed in Northern Harbour on Lake of the Woods, Kenora, Ontario.  A berth is available.  Delivery is available.

The Pearson 35 combines a strong fibreglass hull with the beauty of teak trim and coamings.  This classic boat is known to be a fine sailing vessel and strong, comfortable cruiser.

 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.

PRICE:  $22,000.

CONTACT
Bob Skene  +1 807 221-9970
bob@skeneholm.ca

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