Green Cove Springs, FL
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Since acquiring this Pearson 39-2 in 2006, her owner has had but one goal in mind -- to make ALKAPRIM as strong and versatile a bluewater passagemaker as he could. Besides rebuilding and reinforcing the deck in critical load areas, he shortened the keel from the original 6'10" draft to 5'9", compensating for the weight reduction by mounting a Mars Metal 1,250 lbs cast lead torpedo bulb to the keel's bottom. This enhanced ALKAPRIM's range into shallow areas of the Bahamas and the Caribbean.
Specifications, with Equipment and Information:
- Length: 39' 0"
- LOA: 39' 3"
- Displacement: 17500 lbs
- LWL: 31' 3"
- Ballast: 7500 lbs
- BEAM: 12' 6"
- DRAFT: 5' 10"
- Engine(s): Westerbeke W46
- Hours: 1067
- HP: 46
- Fuel: 30 gallons
- Water: 100 gallons
- Holding: 50 gallons
- Ballast: 7500 7500
- Hull Construction: Fiberglass
- Manufacturer: Pearson
- Model: 39-2
The Pearson 39-2 was designed to provide occupants with a spacious central living and entertaining area. A large dinette opens to accommodate six comfortably, yet can be left with its two leaves down to afford easy passage forward and aft through the salon. The galley and forward-facing nav station are situated opposite each other, immediately aft of the salon area. Entry to the aft cabin, with its double berth, is from the starboard galley side, with entry to the aft head from the port nav station side. In between are the companionway stairs, behind which is the engine compartment. There's a forward cabin arranged as a V-berth just ahead of the forward head. Both the port and starboard salon settees can also be used as berths as needed.
- 9 opening Lewmar portlights (most of the portlights need new internal plastic portlight trims
- 2 fixed Lewmar portlights (need rebedding)
- 6 opening hatches
- 3 chrome dorades
Teak cockpit table mounted on the binnacle
Teak 4-cup drink holder mounted on the binnacle
Transom-mounted Voyager servo pendulum self-steering vane, hooked externally to the wheel with Spectra control lines running through ball-bearing blocks; carbon fiber toothed belt transmits steering power to the wheel-mounted aluminum toothed clutch
Double stainless steel sinks
E-Z Kold cold plate refrigeration (Danfoss BD-50 12v compressor), with top-loading hinged lids
Hillerange 3-burner propane stove w/oven
2-tank propane compartment w/solenoid cutoff located in aft cockpit and vented overboard
Hot and cold pressure water with water pressure accumulator tank and filter
Electronics / Navigation
Autohelm/Raytheon ST7000 inboard autopilot (course computer replaced in 2014; control unit LCD display replaced in 2013)
Garmin GPSMAP 3206 color chartplotter (installed in 2012)
Garmin GMR18HD radar (installed in 2012)
Garmin GWS10 wind instrument (installed in 2012)
Garmin/Airmar DST800 bottom transducer (speed, depth, temp) installed in 2012
Standard Horizon GX2150 VHF with AIS, with separate RAM3 cockpit remote (installed in 2012)
ICOM HF Marine IC-M802 with AT-140 antenna tuner and SignaLink USB computer e-mail hookup (installed in 2012)
Samsung 32" LED TV (installed in 2012) linked to Garmin GPS color chartplotter
12v DC and 110v AC wiring systems
2 battery banks: one in aft cabin, second in forward park of cockpit locker, totaling near 600Ah electrical power storage
2KW inverter supplies power to the same outlets as the shorepower system
30A shorepower outlet with 30A battery charger
2 Kyocera 185W solar panels mounted on reinforced bimini frame, with 40A MPPT solar charge controller located on the bulkhead in the cockpit locker
KISS wind generator mounted on fiberglass pole on the transom (needs new bearings)
1 anchor roller on the bow
Anchor locker in foredeck
Lofrans Airon 1000W electric windlass with 5/16HT gypsy and spare 5/16BBB gypsy, and capstan
1 Bruce 50 lbs Bruce anchor
1 Danforth 25 lbs Danforth anchor
2 lengths of 100 feet of 5/16HT double-dipped galvanized (in 2012) anchor chain
2 lengths of 300 feet of 5/8 nylon rode, each with chain leaders
Spindrift 11N nesting dinghy, under 6 feet long when stowed disassembled on forward cabin top; when assembled with 6 5/16 stainless steel bolts, total length is 11 feet 3 inches
Sails and Rigging
2-spreader Isomat NG-80 mast with aft swept spreaders supported by 2 lower, 1 intermediate, and 1 masthead shroud on each side; Harken furling on mainstay; centrally mounted backstay
Additional inner forestay attached at the top spreader with balancing running backstays
Fully battened mainsail (from Najad 40) bought used in very good condition in 2011 and fitted in 2013
Original Hood 135 percent genoa. Recut, restitched and installed new clew, tack, and head in 2012
- Hank-on blade staysail used as storm jib
- Very light 155 percent mylar genoa, set flying only on reaching courses in very light wind
- Retractable, mast stowable whisker pole
- 2 Lewmar ST55 primary winches
- 1 Lewmar ST43 secondary/halyard winch on cabin top
- 1 Lewmar ST30 winch on mast
- 1 Lewmar single speed winch on boom
Please call or email us with any questions.
3027 U.S. Highway 17
Orange Park, FL 32003
Details of this vessel are offered in good faith by the Company. The
Information cannot be guaranteed; therefore it is up to the Buyer, his Agents,
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