This is a 1982 Pearson 367 Cutter, proven oceangoing cruiser with all necessary amenities and great interior. Shes fully equipped and ready to go. I just finished sailing her from Mazatlan to Barra de Navidad and back to Puerto Vallarta. Shes very well built and was taken very good care of.
Sleeps 5 comfortably, featuring separate shower, 150 gallons of water tanks, hot/cold pressure water, 300W solar power, lots of storage space both inside and out, spacious fridge, LED lights in salon and cabin, red lights in galley, chart table and head. Spacious cockpit with cushions, dodger and Bimini. Dinghy on davits, outboard with crane and harness. Full set of instruments (wind, depth, radar, iridiumGo marine antenna (but no device included), VHF (onboard handheld), autopilot. Full set of anchors (45 lbs, 35 lbs CQRs stearn 2 dinghy anchors) with more than 150 ft of chain on main one, electric windlass.
This list goes on and on. Please ask questions here or in direct messages. Were very sad to sell her, but when we were buying her 3 years ago, we were couple and now were family of 4, and need a bigger one.
Tech Spec http://sailboatdata.com/viewrecord.asp?class_id=6222
About the boat http://bluewaterboats.org/pearson-36-cutter/
Shes on the hard and is available for review in Opequimar, Puerto Vallarta. email@example.com