1981 Pearson 32 | Aine Featured

New Bern, NC, USA


  • Start your cruise tomorrow, seriously, everything is here including the fuel
  • Documented Vessel
  • Completely self-contained and energy independent, the boat hasn’t ‘plugged in’ since last year.
  • 6 Gallon per hour RO (reverse osmosis) water maker
  • Includes tender, outboard, and fuel tank.
  • 3 burner stove and oven and 12-volt DC refrigeration.
  • Grill your first day out on a new stainless-steel rail mountable grill

All new standing rigging 2018
150% genoa with cockpit controlled furler and mast mounted halyard winch
Mainsail with dutchman lazy-jacks, 2 rows of reef points, mast mounted halyard winch, boom mounted reef winch.

Edison Pedestal with sunbrella cover
New CPT AutoPilot
2 - Binnacle mounted RAM Ipad holders with waterproof covers, for navigation and/or Furuno 1st Watch radar
Binnacle mounted completely rebuilt Ritchie Compass with green night illuminator
Pedestal mounted USB & Cigarette Lighter power/charging station
Binnacle engine controls, for speed and F/N/R
Fold-Down Teak cockpit table
Remote VHF radio microphone/radio control for Standard Horizon GX 1700 (with internal GPS)
Stern Arch mounted - 630 Watts of Solar Power (dual 315 Watt panels), 400 Watt Wind Generator, Independent GPS antenna
Stern Arch - Dinghy Davits
Manual Bilge Pump
Volvo MD11C Engine start, Engine Alarm, and Instruments
Raymarine i40 Bi-data display with Seatalk  (Depth Sounder, Knot meter, water temperature)
2 speed self-tailing Lewmar 43ST winches (port and starboard), with sunbrella covers
Life Sling 2, Man-overboard retrieval system
Storage: 2 lockable Lazarette lockers, full length of cockpit, one each on starboard and port side, winch handle and line storage in cockpit combing on starboard and port side.

Single speed lewmar cabin top winch, with sunbrella cover
Teak toe and rub rails
Teak handholds the entire length of the cabin
Cast stainless steel opening ports with screens (2 starboard side, 2 port side)
Powder coated, resealed fixed ports (2 starboard side, 2 port side)
Radar Reflector hoist to spreaders (port side)
flags hoist to spreaders (starboard side)
150% genoa with cockpit controlled furler and mast mounted halyard winch
Mainsail with dutchman lazyjacks, 2 set of reef points, mast mounted halyard winch, boom mounted reef winches.
Bow pulpit with anchor roller, anchor windless with wired control pendant and wireless control pendant, 45 pound Mantus M1 galvanized spade anchor
in-deck anchor locker with 200-foot of chain and rode for 33 pound Bruce anchor (second/spare anchor), anchor bridle with chain lock and mooring clip, and single line with chain lock.
Storage: Molded-in anchor locker

Navigation Station:
Custom Teak Navigation station with open shelf and closed locker storage.
Starting Battery Bank Monitor
Standard Horizon GX-1700 VHF with GPS
SGC SG-2000 Single Side Band (SSB) Transceiver with remote mounted head and antenna tuner, 28-foot stern mounted whip antenna, with SCS PTC-IIe (upgraded to Pactor III) Pactor modem for sailmail (email), GRIB, and weather faxes.
35 amp SSB power Circuit Breaker
USB / cigarette lighter power/changing station
New Teak & Formica Bulkhead between salon and navigation station
New interior LED lights and Light fixtures
Storage: Liquor cabinet behind Nav station seat, shelf storage and locker storage starboard side, large storage under nav station seat, under table storage with spring table top holder

Large Ice Box – 32” x 22” x 30”
12 Volt DC Ice Box refrigeration conversion with optimized power controller
Hot and Cold Pressure Water with anticycling accumulator
3 galley selectable water storage tanks (20 Gal Port tank, 20 Gal Starboard tank, 40 Gal Center tank) for a total of 80 gallons water storage
3 burner gas stove with gas oven, pressurized alcohol stove fuel tank with easy shut-off control.
Storage for silverware, plates, bowels, pot / pans.

Bench Seat/Sleeping Bunk port side
U-shaped salon with table, configurable to sleep 2
6 Gallon per hour RO 12 Volt DC powered water maker (pickled in March 2022)
Onboard Wifi station / AIS receiver transmitting constant GPS position, AIS Targets, Water Depth / Vessel Speed / Water Temperature converted from Raymarine Seatalk to WiFi transmitted NMEA 0183 sentences. All receivable by most navigation programs on phones, tablets, and laptop/desktop computers.
Storage: shelf storage above settee (one and two shelf), locker storage behind back cushions on starboard and port side. Bin storage under settee seats.

Natures Head Composting Toilet with power vent
Swing-out Sink with under counter storage
Shower with on-off wand, shower curtain, teak grate floor
Storage: Peat Moss compost media storage behind sink, locker above sink with shelf storage starboard side, wet hanging locker storage with two door on port side and shelf storage above.

Custom bedding system for V-berth, (the best sleep you will ever have on a boat)
USB / cigarette lighter power/changing station
Storage: shelf storage ¾ length of berth on starboard and port side, 3 drawer with 1 locker and shelf storage port side, 3 bin with shelf storage starboard side.

Dinghy Davits on the stern arch
9’ 6” long, 5’ 2” beam inflatable Achilles dinghy
6 HP long shaft Mercery outboard with 3-gallon fuel tank, hose and primer bulb

Volvo MD11C 23 HP diesel auxiliary engine, upgraded alternator, and 3 prong propeller. Averages 5.5 to 6 .5 knots.
20 Gallon fuel tank with Racor housing and Filter

New DC Power panel with circuit on indicator added next to factory panel
New AC Power panel with reverse polarity detector and voltage meter
4 KW inverter (12 Volt DC to 120 Volt AC converter)
400 Amp/Hour battery capacity, 2 - 100 A/H Trojan AGM (bilge pump and engine starting bank), with dedicated Alternator/Solar/Line power battery charger and panel mount battery monitor
2 - 100 A/H Decca Flood Batteries (lighting, refrigeration, anchor windless, and house bank), with separate Solar/Line power battery charger, with PC based battery monitor for charge and power used chart, including a 400 watt wind generator/charger.
Solar panel series/parallel wiring selection manual selector.
12 Volt DC Ice Box refrigeration with optimized controller

4 – 5 gal Jerry cans, diesel, 2 full
1 – 5 gal Jerry can, gasoline.
1 – 5 gal Jerry can with bottom spout, water
Hand held spot light with lanyard
Quarantine and Bahamian Courtesy Flags
2 -Fire Extinguisher, one in galley, one in the head
2 - 12 Volt DC fans, one is the salon, one in the V-berth
2 - New tinted opening hatches, one in the salon, one in the V-berth
Jacklines, harness, and tether
Manual Clothing washer and spin dryer
New Stainless Steel charcoal rail mount grill
Sunbrella Deck Awning
Sunbrella Bimini
Deck mountable Sailboat Hammock (great under the awning)
Vacuum oil changer with tubing, 2 funnels, and Baha Fuel filter with side fill adapter
4 Adult Life Vests (PFD)
6 - 8.5” x 27” fenders, 2 – 5-foot fender boards
Dock and Spring lines
50 AMP to 30 AMP adapter, 30 amp to standard 120 VAC outlet adapter, 45-foot 30 amp power cord
Extendable boat hook

Spares: submergible Bilge Pump with 1” diameter 8-foot hose, Engine fuel pump, Racor fuel filter element, MD11 engine starter, cylinder sleeve, and valve body, raw water pump impeller, oil filter, CPT auto-pilot belt, assorted stainless-steel sheet metal and machine screws, sealants and calking,

Storage: Galley – counter inset for silver ware, plate storage X 2, 2 shelf can storage, 1 shelf tall bottle storage, pot/pan storage locker under stove. Nav Station – Liquor cabinet behind Nav seat, storage locker under nav seat, storage under nav table. Solon – 2 shelf storage starboard side, small storge locker starboard side, under seat storage 2 settee sections starboard side, storage behind 3 sections of settee back cushions starboard side, storage behind 3 sections of settee back cushions port side. Head – Peat Moss bag storage behind sink pull-out, locker above sink pull-out, shelf storage about locker, storage under counter in sink pull-out, vented hanging locker port side. V-Berth – 3 storage bins (starboard side), 3 drawer and 1 half height locker (port side), full size storage locker under v-berth. Vented anchor chain and rode locker in bow accessible from V-berth.


  • Material: Fiberglass
  • Rigging: Sloop
  • Hull: Monohull
  • Keel: Short Keel
  • Sailboat Type: Cruiser
  • Covering(s): Bimini Top, Grill Cover, Lazy Bag, Mainsail Cover, Sun Shade
  • Cabin Layout: Master Cabin, V-Berth
  • Fresh Water: 80 gallons / 302.83 kg
  • Holding Tank: 0 gallons / 0.0 kg
  • Fuel Capacity: 20 gallons / 75.71 kg
  • Engine Make: Volvo
  • Engine Model: MD11C
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Fuel Capacity: 20 gallons
  • Engine Hours: ?
  • Horsepower: 23 hp
  • Propulsion: Inboard
  • Steering: Single Wheel
  • # of Cabins: 2
  • # of Bathrooms: 1.0
  • Bathroom Layout: Bathroom With Shower


  • AIS
  • Autopilot
  • Chart Plotter
  • Compass
  • Depth Sounder
  • GPS
  • Nav Table
  • Radar
  • Radar Reflector
  • Speed/Depth/Wind
  • SSB Radio
  • Transceiver
  • VHF Radio
  • Batteries (Marine)
  • Battery Charger
  • Electric Bilge Pump
  • Fan(s)
  • Generator
  • Inverter
  • Main Circut Breaker
  • Manual Bilge Pump
  • Searchlight
  • Solar Charger
  • Solar Panel(s)
  • Wind Generator
  • 12v System
  • Antifouling
  • Bluetooth
  • Flatscreen TV
  • Dinghy
  • Pressurized Water
  • Pulpit
  • Pushpit
  • Radio
Rig / Sails
  • Head/Jib Sail
  • Furlingjib System
  • Genoa
  • Lazyjacks
  • Self Tailing Winches
  • Toppping Lift
  • 3 Burner Stove
  • Gimbaled Stove
  • Hot and Cold Water
  • LED Lighting
  • Nav Station
  • Oven
  • Refrigerator
  • Sink
  • Washing Machine
  • Watermaker
  • Cockpit Table
  • Cup Holders
  • Cushions
  • Dinghy Davits
  • Dinghy Lift
  • Mounted Grill
  • Swim Ladder
  • Dock Lines
  • Emergency Tiller
  • Fenders
  • Fire Extinguishers
  • Flares
  • Fog Horn
  • Harnesses
  • Life Jackets
  • Life Lines
  • MOB Equipment
  • MOB Hoist
  • Radar Reflector
  • Anchor
  • Anchor Chain
  • Backup Anchor
  • Chafing Gear
  • Plow Anchor

Sailboat's Location


qbjeaugm (The Seller)
September 13,2023 at 12:42 AM

I respond to all inquiries. Leave a message, include an email address if your located outside the USA

September 12,2023 at 09:47 PM

You want someone to take over but you don't respond to telephone calls to know their interest.

qbjeaugm (The Seller)
May 24,2022 at 12:29 AM

After the second total knee replacement, maintaining the boat is much more difficult. Last Bahamas cruise ended March 2022. Time for someone else to take over.