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2009 38 (ft.) Pearson Yachts True North

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General Information

Listing# 42750

Price
$184,900.00
Location
Orange Beach, AL, United States
Manufacturer
Pearson
Boat Type
Powerboat
Model Year
2009
Category
Downeast
Model
True North
Status
Used
Length
38 (ft.)
Beam
13.5
LOA
41.5
Hull Material
Fiberglass
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Model
Diesel
Number of Engines
1
Engine Hours
875

General Details

VESSEL HAS SOME DAGAGE.  CALL LISTING BROKER FOR DETAILS!

Innovations and exclusive details make True North one of the most talked about yachts afloat. 

Her standard turbo-charged 480 HP Yanmar diesel delivers 21-knot cruising (25 knots WOT); a bow thruster with joystick makes in-port maneuverability a breeze.  And an underwater exhaust let’s whispered conversations be loud enough while helping purge fumes from the air around you. 

The forward master stateroom’s V-berth converts to an oversized double.  And there’s an optional athwartships loft for children.  The enclosed head includes a shower area with seat, a clothes hamper and all the requisite fixtures.

In the pilothouse, everyone from helmsman to small children has a great 360-degree view.  The dinette’s tabletop lowers electrically for cocktails (and further to make up a double berth), powers up and, with the slide-out seats deployed, and accommodates six adults for dinner.  The galley’s right there, so no one misses the party, day or night. 

Aft, the cockpit can handle a crowd.  With the modular transom seats moved to the sides, there’s room for a 10-foot tender or sailing dinghy (so much easier than towing or davits).  And the transom opens wide with your choice of original reverse-transom doors or vertical-hinged doors. 

Wide side decks let you move around safely and retrieve canoes or kayaks from the pilothouse roof.

Specifications

INTRODUCTION
Innovations and exclusive details make True North one of the most talked about yachts afloat.  Her standard turbo-charged 480 HP Yanmar diesel delivers 21-knot cruising (25 knots WOT); a bow thruster with joystick makes in-port maneuverability a breeze.  And an underwater exhaust let’s whispered conversations be loud enough while helping purge fumes from the air around you.  The forward master stateroom’s V-berth converts to an oversized double.  And there’s an optional athwartships loft for children.  The enclosed head includes a shower area with seat, a clothes hamper and all the requisite fixtures.  In the pilothouse, everyone from helmsman to small children has a great 360-degree view.  The dinette’s tabletop lowers electrically for cocktails (and further to make up a double berth), powers up and, with the slide-out seats deployed, and accommodates six adults for dinner.  The galley’s right there, so no one misses the party, day or night.  Aft, the cockpit can handle a crowd.  With the modular transom seats moved to the sides, there’s room for a 10-foot tender or sailing dinghy (so much easier than towing or davits).  And the transom opens wide with your choice of original reverse-transom doors or vertical-hinged doors.  Wide side decks let you move around safely and retrieve canoes or kayaks from the pilothouse roof.
ENGINE DETAILS & MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT
Westerbeke with 400 hours
Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.