on the water equally between daysailing, cruising and racing. A racing boat may not be suitable for serving a nice meal or curling up with a good book.The ideal boat will be good for all these activities, while crewed by people of all age and experience levels. It seems the ads claim every boat to be a "racer-cruiser." Few really are.And, you’d receive another 545 endorsements from current owners. The key ingredient to sustaining enthusiasm of all ages is very often missing in cruising boats: speed.The cheapest way to race is on someone else's boat.The deck, however, is the P40's most recognizable feature.Following the lead of the earlier Ericson 39 and Tartan 41, the P40 deck is genuinely flush.The legendary 28-foot Triton designed by Carl Alberg was Pearson's first success story.
The decision was rendered October 04, 2016 from a trial heard April 08 to May 12, 2016.
Even fewer would get the vote of each family member.
We know there’s only one that will and has for nearly two decades: The J/30.
Occasionally, Pearson veered off course and produced innovative designs that caught the sailing public off guard.
One was the Pearson Flyer, a 30-foot one-design rocketship that was just ahead of its time. When the P40 was introduced in 1977 it was loaded with features that broke the Pearson mold.