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The Pearson Coaster 1967–1970

She combines generous beam with long lean run. Her hull is fast, yet rugged with the tried–and–true underbody concept for stability.

Fast, Sea-Kindly, Roomy

Exiting. That's the word for Pearson's brand new Coaster! From bow to transom, deck to keel, every detail expresses the most advanced steps in design concept, selective use of materials.

MORC racer, auxiliary. The designer has given Coaster a long waterline for optimum racing ability (MORC rating 23.3). She combines generous beam with long lean run. Her hull is fast, yet rugged with the tried-and-true underbody concept that has made Pearson Yachts famous for stability, ease of control and safety.

Spacious. Coaster's long length, ample freeboard and wide beam provide more space below than expected in an auxiliary of her overall length 29'10" x 9'4" x 4'7". She sleeps five or six in choice of standard or dinette arrangement. Makes generous use of wood-grain laminates, teak trim and color-coordinated vinyl materials.

A lot of boat for the money - there's more built-in value in the Coaster than any other boat of her size sailing today. Sail her - you'll agree!

Pearson Coaster


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