Google 1964 Pearson Alberg 35



Year: 1964  
Manufacturer: Shoreline Marina Office
Price: US$27,973  


The late Carl Alberg designed the 35 as a coastal cruiser. With LOA of 34’9″ she has a short waterline of 24’0″ and moderate beam of 9’8″ good proportions for slipping along in light air. The waterline lengthens when the hull heels, and the boat foots nicely in a breeze.  Displacement of 13,000 pounds provides good motion at sea and the ability to carry a modern cruiser’s payload.   Gemini offers a solidly constructed hull (more than one inch thick below the waterline) capable of taking a grounding without worry for the encapsulated lead ballast of 5,300 pounds. So configured, of course, there are no keel bolts to corrode.   A family will enjoy the boat with her numerous bunks in this two-cabin version.  The dinette table drops to make a wide bunk. The whole starboard side holds a three-burner oven/stove, an icebox and food lockers.  Several removable panels open for total access to the engine, and floorboards lift to reveal two monel water tanks (60 gallon) and a fuel tank (30 gallon). A deep bilge prevents any water from sloshing into lockers. With an enclosed toilet compartment with a shower sump and large hanging lockers, the boat offers comfortable seagoing quarters


Fuel 
Hull Material 
Hull Shape 
Beam 
Max Draft 
Max Seating Capacity 
Engine Make 
Engine Model 
Engine Year 
Fuel Capacity 
Length at Waterline 
Length Overall 
Cabin Headroom 
Number of Heads 
Holding Tank Size 
Water Capacity 
Stock Number 
Engine Hours 
Number of Berths 
Number of Engines 
Max Bridge Clearance 
  
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Diesel
Fiberglass
Monohull
9 ft 8 in
5 ft 2 in
8
Universal
M4-30
1991
30 gal
24 ft
34 ft 9 in
6 ft 4 in
1
15 gal
30 gal
CF9920GL
1249
1
1
46 ft
 


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