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The Pearson Electra 1960–1965

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This fiberglass sloop, designed by Carl Alberg, has proven versatility as a MORC racer, day–sailer, and over–nighter.

Electra Versatility

Electra, following fast in wake of the fabulous Pearson Triton, is setting sales and sailing records of her own. This 22' 6" fiberglass sloop, also designed by Carl A. Alberg, has proven versatility as a MORC racer, day-sailer and over-nighter. From the moment you step aboard, you'll recognize her Triton heritage in her fine lines, quality construction, and universal appeal. This universal appeal is a direct result of a thorough survey to determine the type of boat most wanted and needed by American Yachtsmen.

Once again the Pearson-Alberg combination pays off! This exiting addition to Midget Ocean Racing fleets does equally well in triangular day sailing and in inter-club one-design competition. Hull sections are designed for fast sailing, and maintaining speed in heavy going. Masthead rig on aluminum spars and roller reefing contribute to the flexibility of her easily handled sail area.

When day-sailing, you'll appreciate the comfortable, safe, self-bailing cockpit, the handy cabin with two berths and enclosed toilet if desired, the specially designed stowage locker for your outboard motor, and of course, the tight fiberglass bottom, topsides and deck which change the many hours formerly spent on upkeep to extra hours of spirited sailing.

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