Pearson 424 Ketch
Pearson 424 Ketch for sale | 12.80m (42'0") | 1981 | 1x diesel 60hp | GRP Construction | Long keel underwater profile | 6 berths | Boat REF# 171504
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|Designer||William H. Shaw|
|Lying||Seattle, WA USA - Shown by Appointment|
|Fuel capacity||363.6 ltr (80.0 G) Total - 1 Tanks|
|Water capacity||681.8 ltr (150.0 G) Total - 3 Tanks|
|Holding tank capacity||81.8 ltr (18.0 G) Total - 1 Tanks|
|Engine||1 x Diesel 60hp|
|Engine make and model||Westerbeke W60 (1981)|
|Engine Hours||Not Recorded|
|Prop(s)||3 blade Bronze|
|Fuel consumption (approx)||Not Recorded|
|Cruising speed (approx)||6.5 knots|
|Max speed (approx)||8 knots|
Engine - Westerbeke 4 cylinder 60 HP Diesel rated at 54 hp at 2500 RPM. Engine exhaust is stainless steel and is not valved . Standard diesel engine maintenance including oil and filter changes have been done per schedule. There is an engine hour meter aboard but it is not original and engine hours can not be stated with any certainty.
A "V" drive provides power to the prop.
Fuel System - fresh water cooling system, two primary Racor fuel filters and one secondary filter, one lube oil filter, wet injected exhaust system normally aspirated, A1 fuel line hose, original 80 gallon aluminum fuel tank below cockpit with deck fill and vent.
Electrical System - an electrical closet located in a converted hanging locker plus the breaker panel over the nav table that drops down for easy access. 30 amp shore power, 120 AC 1000 watt Xantrex Freedom inverter/charger Battery charger, 30 amp Crown charger by Raritan Engineering System. Electrical distribution via a copper wire master battery switch with polarity indicator voltmeter/ammeter for 12V DC and voltmeter/ammeter for 120 V AC.
Batteries - cathodic protection with shore power, five batteries for 12V system, four 6V AGM, and one group 27 wet cell battery for engine start.
|Draft Min||1.60m (5'3")|
|Draft Max||1.68m (5'6")|
Ketch rigged Pearson Yachts Aluminium spars (1981) with stainless steel standing rigging (2011)
|Mainsail||UK Sails - Slab (2011) Lazy Jacks, 3 Reefs|
|Headsail||unknown - Furling (unknown year)|
|Other sails||Stay(Dacron) (unknown year)|
|Spinnaker(Nylon) (unknown year)|
|Spinnaker(Nylon) (unknown year)|
|Spinnaker(Nylon) Mizzen (unknown year)|
|Mizzen(UK Sails) (2011)|
Dacron Genoa 165% and on roller furling .
|Underwater profile||Long keel|
LOA = 42'4" total
Ballast = 7634 lbs
Keel - modified 3/4 full keel - lead encapsulated in fiberglass
Rudder - skeg rudder, fiberglass shell on stainless steel frame
Solid laminate fiberglass hull. Decks are fiberglass laminated over end grain balsa
Bulkheads and platforms - plywood, fiberglass transverse members, fiberglass stringers
Pearson Yachts are known for their beautiful teak interiors, spacious storage, and stability in heavy weather.
Water tanks - 3 fiberglass tanks total capacity of 150
Water Maker - 15 gal per hour capacity (currently pickled)
Holding Tank - 18 gallon with deck evacuation and vent
LPG Tanks - two 2 gallon in deck locker
Thru hull fittings below the water line are bronze.
Corrosion control system - zinc anodes on a bonded system
|Total # of berths||6|
|No. of double berths||2|
|No. of single berths||2|
|Heads||1 heads (Manual)|
|Manual water system|
|Pressurised water system|
|Hot water system|
|Raw water wash|
Entering the boat down the aft companionway ladder you enter the owner's cabin. The interior spaces have plenty of natural light and are appointed in beautiful teak joinery.
To starboard is the nav station with full-sized chart table and nav instruments above. There is also a hinged electrical panel above the nav table that provides easy access to its components. To port is a large double berth with no overhead obstructions. Under the aft ladderway is the engine cover which is easily removed when maintenance is needed allowing full standing access to three sides of the engine.
Moving forward we enter the main cabin. There is plenty of natural light and ventilation thru the dual companionways and many opening port lights.
To starboard is the head with a separate shower enclosure. There are lots of storage lockers in the head space. New in the head space are: a Groco heavy duty West Marine toilet (2012), pump handle with both fresh and salt water rinse options, shower spray handle, water pump and accumulator tank both oversized for fresh water system, light fixtures, and shower sump system (2013)
To port is the large U-shaped galley with lots of storage and including: a Hille Range three burner propane stove with oven, six cubic foot top loading refrigerator/freezer, water cooled cold plate, and a microwave.
Continuing forward to starboard is the main cabin companion way and ladder providing convenient direct access to the main cabin from the deck above.
Forward of this to starboard is a large settee/single berth, TV , lockers, and a kerosene/diesel heater (with two gallon tank in locker). There is a centerline folding table. To starboard is another large settee/berth and more storage for a total seating for six at the table.
Continuing forward into the forward cabin is a large vee-berth and chain locker access. There is ample storage, hanging lockers, and a designated basin in this cabin.
3 burner gas cooker
- Furuno radar(2007- 16 miles with LCD display)
-Garmin 440s GPS/Map (2007)
-Maptech Chart Navigator Pro (2009- running on a Compaq computer)
-Raymarine R7000 Smart Pilot with rudder angle indicator
- Standard Horizon PS 2000 VHF with two RAM remote mics in cockpit and chart table
-West Marine AIS(2010)
-SSB ICOM M700 Pro radio two new VHF whip antennas
-sailing charts both paper and electronic for cruising in Puget Sound, the Inside Passage, and many other international areas
-All the documentation for all the gear and equipment in notebooks.
-Ritchie Magnetic 5" compass.
3 halyard winches
4 sheet winches
Electric Lewmar H2 (2011) windlass
60.96m (200'0") of chain
Achilles (Hypalon) dinghy (2011)
10hp outboard, Mercury, Short Shaft (2011)
Oversized two speed Lewmar winches . Bimini and dodger for cockpit.
Ground tackle - 200' galvanized chain and two oversized Danforth anchors. More than ample length of stern tie plastic rope for gunkholing in Canadian protected anchorages.
Outboard engine annual maintenance professionally performed fall 2012.
Extra gear included - clectrical pigtail 50A to 30A. New running rigging for mizzen (not installed and never used). New deck life lines (used one season). Marine barbecue grill. Clear isinglass fabric in a roll. Numerous plastic bins full of spare replacement parts including rigging hardware and plumbing parts.
3 bilge pumps (1 manual / 2 Electric)
Date of last life raft service: 27-04-2011
Life Raft - 6 man Avon
Life Sling - 1
Bilge pumps: One fixed manual and two electric with total pumping capacity about 3800 gph
Two full-immersion neoprene suits never worn brand new in 2011.