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Bearing a striking resemblance to the fabulous Triton, this newest Alberg sloop is a sleek beauty designed to slog it out in the heaviest going.
Bearing a striking resemblance to the fabulous Triton, this newest Alberg sloop is a sleek beauty designed to slog it out in the heaviest going. By maintaining maximum waterline length without sacrificing speed, the accommodations below decks are comparable to much larger conteneders for major ocean racing laurels. The Alberg 35 qualifies for most major races, the Bermuda Race, and extended yacht club cruises... and, in the hands of any capable skipper, should prove fast under all conditions.
Design features are many as drawings and specifications show. Among these are the exceptional amount of room below decks... from 6'0" headroom in forward stateroom to 6'4" in main cabin, 6'4" berths (main cabin), 6'5" berths (forward cabin), extra large washroom with toilet, wash basin and linen locker; wide selection of interior colors with judicious use of teak and mahogany to add warmth to yachts appearance, many large lockers for stowage of gear, sails, oilskins, etc.; dressers in both cabins; 6 berths standard; well equipped galley; masthead rig; 30 HP Atomic 4 engine; and many other features that reflect the thoroughness of the master designer whose name it proudly wears.
Pearson Yachts win races, too! They're not just for cruising. Down below you might think so. All that comfort is deceiving. But take another look topside. Notice the rakish sweep from stem to stern. The flowing lines of true racing craft. Pearson boats race. And race to win!
In the East, a Pearson Wanderer, Ariel, and Coaster swept the top three spots in Class B-2 of the famous Off Soundings Race.
On the Great Lakes, a Vanguard took Class D of the Port Huron-Mackinac Race, a Triton first place in Class C of the Trans-Erie and Interstate Races. On the western scene, Pearson performed with equally dramatic success. On Puget Sound, an Alberg 35 took top honors in the Winter Spring Series. And for the second year in a row, the Alberg 35 Adelante was first place winner at the Maple Bay, B.C. Regatta, again taking the coveted Sir Thomas Lipton Trophy.
Results like this speak for themselves!
If you have a particular idea about the kind of boat you'd like to race — and the kind of races you'd like to win — think about a Pearson yacht. Comfortable. Beautiful. Racy! And simple to acquire.