Boat Details



35' 0" x 10' 0" x 7' 9"

Asking Price....$29,900


View the Data Sheet for this vessel                      Listing Broker: Mike Baldwin  907-350-0720

  General: ID: 2192  
ENJOY A BEAUTIFUL LIFE ABOARD! Don t let her name baffle you, Resfeber is the ideal boat if you are seeking a relaxing and peaceful life either on the breeze or living long term at the dock. As a livea-board, she is extremely affordable and has nearly everything you need for a comfortable home just add is a microwave and a television. If you plan to sail her, she is a great vessel for the beginner, the single-handed sailor, or the seasoned captain. This boat is designed for everyone.

Resfeber has quite a livable cabin arrangement for the short and long term. Enter her interior by the decking underneath the canvas dodger and you ll discover lots of leg room and accommodations for up to six. The stern galley has a two large burner Origo Stove , an icebox, a large stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressure water, and plenty of counter space and storage options. Two long settees provide ample interior seating and convert to sleeping quarters at night. Beyond the settees is a roomy port side head with another sizable stainless steel sink, a Raritian marine toilet, and shower option. With an 80-gallon water tank and six gallons of hot water, you ll be set for the trip ahead. The hold tank is 30 gallons and an Lectra-San sanitation system forms a complete waste sanitation system if you need it. A hanging locker and storage are located opposite. In the bow, there is a comfortable V-berth cabin with plenty of length so you won t be kicked by your berth mate throughout the night. The Dickinson Newport LP propane fireplace keeps the entire interior toasty and warm. The Sony AM/FM and CD player has MP3 compatibility and plenty of speakers. This vessel has oodles of interior storage and is bright and cheery with classic nautical charm.

 On Deck:
This is the ultimate classic cruising vessel with beautiful lines and an unparalleled strength of construction. The outdoor enjoyment space on Resfeber is exactly what you would expect and desire for a boat this size. The decks are built of a fiberglass composite with balsa wood core material. She comes with an aluminum mast with boom vang, main sail, and a Harken roller furling job. The Pearson 35 was designed to be able to be rigged as either a sloop or a yawl, but she is mostly used as a sloop. The large bow area on Resfeber houses an 8-foot Mercury dinghy with a davit for those safety needs. She also comes with a Magma barbecue grill for when you want to cook up something extra tasty.

 Engine and Mechanical:
When not sailing, you can cruise through the waters on Resfeber by the power of a single 2009 diesel 25 horsepower Beta engine. With a fuel usage of about a half-gallon per hour, the 20 gallon fuel tank will take you 10 hours down the canal. Dual Morse cable steering in the cockpit help you keep course. She also comes with a 33-pound anchor attached to a GOR hand winch by 50 feet of galvanized chain and 200 feet of nylon line when you want to tie up for a day or two.

 Electrical and Electronics:
When at the dock, her electrical is set up with 30 amp shore power, as well as fairly new start and house batteries. A Freedom Marine 20 battery charger will keep your power supply strong and ready to go when you need it. When offshore, Resfeber is equipped with a Sunsel C2000D Digital Solar Power Controller and two Kyocera Model KC80 Solar Panels to convert sunlight into electricity at the highest possible efficiency. Essential navigation electronics are included in this package: Raymarine RL80C GPS, Raymarine L770 Radar, Raymarine ST6002 auto pilot, Raymarine depth sounder and three Icom/2Uniden VHFs.

 Notes and Extras:
If you are familiar with Pearson sailboats, you know this is a great boat. Its sailing ease combined with its generous interior layout was one of Pearson s most popular models, molding over 500 hulls during its 14-year production run. The P35's hull is solidly constructed of fiberglass and plastic resins. The quality of construction falls in an area somewhere above the average production boat builder and below the high-end builder. The deck and hull are joined on an inward flange with mechanical fasteners and sealant. She sails quite well with no overwhelming bad habits. Her strongest point of sail is reaching, however if you don t overpower with too much sail area, she will sail to weather quite well. Her light air performance is quite respectable in light chop. Call us today and see her for yourself!


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