Pearson 37-2 for sale

Pearson 37-2 for sale

1989 Pearson 37-2


This Pearson was a by-design family cruiser, built for comfort but still an extremely capable yacht with easy sailing characteristics and a smooth ride. 


Even if you don’t know how to sail, this is a floating condo with all of the amenities of a much larger houseboat.  When moored at the dock, this is the most affordable lake house you’ll ever see!



30HP Yanmar diesel Model #3HM35F turning a 3-blade propeller, there’s a lot of power & torque with good response to the throttle.


Engine hours are unknown, but it runs nicely, and the oil & coolant (with 3 flushes) were changed recently. The fuel filters were replaced at the same time.

The factory generator was removed by a previous owner.


The bilge pumps and their hoses are new, and there’s a programmable timer controlled dry-bilge system that currently runs 2 minutes a day.



An aftermarket Balmar alternator that recharges the house bank quickly, a Heart Freedom 20 Inverter/Charger, a separate battery charger that’s still installed, and a Xantrex Link 10 Battery monitor.  

6 golf-cart style batteries compromise the house bank, with a separate starter battery that is under 1 year old. The original battery bank rating was 600AH.



The original mainsail failed last season and has not yet been replaced. 

We have a 130% Genoa on the furler currently with the self-tacking jib in its sailbag.  Both are in good shape.  


A set of dinghy davits and a cargo hoist are included, both of which still have the mounting hardware attached at the stern.

There’s also a set of custom (outdoor material) cockpit seat cushions, in addition to a set of full boat covers and assorted fenders, spare lines and emergency signal gear.


The instruments are original Autohelm mounted to the wheel pedestal. There is an uninstalled autopilot servo.


Oversized Rocna-style anchor on heavy rope rode, and the windlass electricals were completely replaced last year.



18,000 BTUs total AC capacity at the dock, split between 2 units.


The larger Mermaid unit was overhauled in 2022. It’s a 12k BTU AC / Heater under the saloon settee, with a new thermostat and all new water lines & fittings.  

The secondary Mermaid unit is a 6k BTU AC / Heater model underneath the V-berth. Most of the water lines to it as well are new, and have added its own in-line filter. 


For underway heating, there’s a hydronic diesel-burning system with 3 independent thermostats, one each in the head, V-berth, and in the salon near the Nav station.

It’ll bring the boat up to 75F from 40F in about 15 minutes by itself. It uses about 0.3 gallons per hour depending on the thermostat settings, and cycles automatically to maintain those.  It’s run through the water heater as well.



The refrigerator is a 12V unit that will run for days off of battery power alone.


There’s a brand-new TV, Sirius satellite radio and a DVD player.  

2-burner electric stovetop, lots of cabinets & storage, and a set of Magma pots & pans that will go with her in the sale.  

There’s also a brand-new Magma grill on the aft cockpit railing.


The V berth is a custom pillow top mattress, basically queen sized and about 9-10 inches deep.  It’s extremely comfortable.  

The saloon settee has a pullout shelf and extra cushion that make another approximately queen-sized bed.


Electric head, a 25-gal holding tank, and a separate shower with new plumbing and valves last year.  100 gal freshwater tank capacity. The gear and attachments to add a municipal water inlet are onboard, just not installed.


There’s a transom shower that was removed from the cockpit and left in the cockpit cubby. New gear to restore it to use is onboard.

For more information or to see this beautiful boat, contact Paul dot Tumlison @ gmail or call (501) 425-7858.

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