1984 Pearson Yachts Values, Specs and Prices

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Pearson Yachts Note

No longer in production. See Little Compton Yachts Inc for Pearson models after 1991. See Sunfish/Laser Inc for Zuma, Laser and Sunfish models after 1991.
(1991 - 1966)

SAILBOATS

Length
Model
Type
Hull
Engine(s)
HP
Weight
(lbs)
Beam
Fuel
Type
TRITON 18 18' SAIL FG 0 0 800 6'11"
TRITON 21 21' SAIL FG 0 0 1700 8'
TRITON 25 25' SAIL FG 0 0 3750 8'
TRITON 27/SL 27' SAIL FG 1 15 6250 9'6" Diesel
PEARSON 303/SL 30' SAIL FG 1 13 10400 10'11" Diesel
PEARSON 34/SL 34' SAIL FG 1 18 11750 11'2" Diesel
PEARSON 37/SL 37' SAIL FG 1 30 12800 11'10" Diesel
PEARSON 385/SL 38' SAIL FG 1 42 19100 11'7" Diesel
PEARSON 386/SL 38' SAIL FG 1 42 20575 11'7" Diesel
PEARSON 422/SL 42' SAIL FG 1 58 22000 13' Diesel
PEARSON 424/CT 42' SAIL FG 1 58 23000 13' Diesel
PEARSON 424/KE 42' SAIL FG 1 58 23000 13' Diesel
PEARSON 530/KE 53' SAIL FG 1 85 45000 14'11" Diesel
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, Pearson Yachts was sold to a private investment company in 1986 that would incorporate large powerboats in later years. Pearson Yachts history ended 1991 but the several brand names of the marine company would combine into another manufacturer.