S/V ¨Cookies Cutter " - Pearson 365 - Year 1981 - Cutter - Better than new, Bristol condition, absolutely ready to go, come even with 9 months onboard provisions, you'll just need to jump in.
Design by William H Shaw Totaly refit for extended cruising and liveaboard in 2007
Available in Rio Dulce
Asking US$ 108,500 Go Direct to Yacht Pictures
The owners of this boat have spend considerable time and money to get her ready to circumnavigate, a change of plan, give you the opportunity to profit from this without having to spend the time and effort.
Let's the designer William Shaw talk about the 365 cutter:
"Welcome to the world of short handed sailing... to a time when the split rig or modern cutter may be just what the doctor ordered. For pure ease of handling and simplicity, the contemporary cutter with an all in board rig or with the optional addition of a roller furling jib-top is a particular joy.... The main and club fore staysail tend themselves while you tend only to a spoke or two adjustment of the wheel. I've always wondered why so many long passages have been made in cutters. Now I know. They're a cinch to sail.
Our Pearson 36 cutter is a particular joy. Not only does she boast all the inherent advantage of her rig, but we've given her a huge cockpit with comfortable backrest, bulwarks for safer footing, a roller sprit for simple anchoring and a moderately shallow draft for a boat her size.
We spend a lot of time aboard the prototype during the summer of 80 and , believe me, I think our engineers anticipated we were going to live aboard. The stowage is immense. And with the separate stall shower and plenty of water capacity a daily shower is certainly not out of the question. I am confident you like this boat. Coming in from Cuttyhunk this past summer on a blustery day when most of the gang would have stayed put, one of our guests said, "Boy, she's got broad shoulders!" I thought that was a nice way to put it "