This is a nice example of a classic coastal cruiser. Blue Heron is hull #11, and is in good condition for her age...truly a good old boat. Ask around, and you'll find that Pearson Yachts had a strong reputation for building high quality yachts with exceptional sailing and sea keeping qualities. Ready to take you anywhere, she is currently in the water at Cedar Point Marina, Sandusky, Ohio.
LOA - 32'3"
Beam - 10"3"
Draft - 4'5"
Displacement - 12,800 lbs
Ballast - 4,500 lbs
Cockpit length - 8'
Auxiliary - Inboard 30 H.P. Universal Atomic 4
Fuel capacity - 30 gallons
Freshwater capacity - 78 gallons
Sails (Main and roller furling genoa) were cleaned and re-conditioned by SailCare 3 years ago, and are in real good condition.
Mast is keel steeped, with 9/32" shrouds/stays, and has a Tides Marine "Strong Track", lazy jacks, and sail jockey, which all makes for easy raising,lowering, and stowing of the main.
150% genoa on a Hraken Roller Furler
Full instrumentation including wind speed, wind direction, depth sounder, knot meter, Marine VHF
Wheel steering with binnacle mounted compass
Auto Pilot (Raymarine)
Garmin 720 color touchscreen chartplotter
Pressure hot and cold water.
Shore power, 110V outlets in cabin, dual battery bank, Raritan charger/converter, cabin lights, fans
Stainless steel bow and stern pulpits, double lifelines, heavy duty anchor roller platform and ground tackle
Required USCG safety equipment
Lifesling, stern mounted boarding ladder, force 10 propane grill, AM/fM/CD stereo with speakers in cabin and cockpit, Ice Box and AC fridge, microwave, etc, etc, etc.
Blue Heron has a beautiful blue hull which is the original gelcoat, freshly buffed and waxed. Bottom painted last season with Petit Hydro-Coat. 30 HP inboard atomic 4 runs smooth as silk. She is a sweet sailing, well found yacht, and I am sad to have to sell her. We have owned her for 5 years, and she has been stored inside every winter since we've owned her