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1985 Pearson 422

Annapolis, Maryland


UNICORN is a well-built, well-equipped, well-cruised yacht that can take you anywhere you want to go.  She has been thoughtfully updated by her current owners who impressed us with how deeply they know the boat inside and out.  She's really ready to set sail right now.


We purchased Unicorn in May 2014. From the beginning she was a magical boat for us, so we named her Unicorn. Within a month of purchasing her we did our first shakedown cruise what we call the North Carolina Loop…Down the Chesapeake Bay to Dismal Swamp ICW to Elizabeth City out to the Albemarle Sound then back north on the ICW Virginia Cut to Norfolk then back to Annapolis.

The summer of 2015 we cruised from Annapolis to Nantucket going up Long Island Sound getting our prize picture of Unicorn sailing in front of the Statue of Liberty. Once in Nantucket we waited for a weather window to make an offshore ocean passage from Nantucket to Delaware Bay we loved how Unicorn handled in the ocean. In December 2015 we headed south to Florida making several offshore legs.

After spending a couple of weeks in Florida we headed offshore from Miami to Bimini. We spent the winter exploring the Bahamas. We cruised the Exumas to Georgetown, then north to Eleuthera, Spanish Wells and The Abacos, reluctantly heading back north to Annapolis in May 2016.  

We missed a couple of years heading south while dealing with some health issues but we were able to return to the Bahamas the winter of 2018. Heading to Florida on an offshore leg from Southport, NC to St Augustine we found ourselves 60 miles offshore on Christmas Day, it was beautiful…and, yes Santa came down the mast! Once again spent the winter 

In the Bahamas. This past winter we cruised to Florida and explored several Keys. Unicorn has also taken us all over the Chesapeake Bay during the summer months. We have loved Unicorn…she is a beautiful boat with beautiful lines and always gets complements at anchor.  Why selling?  Though we've had some amazing years aboard, we miss time with our grandchildren and we still are dealing with a few health issues. She is ready to make someone else’s dream come true!


  • New 50hp Beta engine in 2013
  • Vetus bow thruster
  • Little Wonder water maker
  • Stack pack system installed in 2015
  • New Evolution Sails main sail 2013
  • Updated standing and running rigging in 2013 including new chain plates
  • Garmin Radar and chart plotter
  • Blue Sky solar panel system and a wind generator for auxiliary power
  • Dinghy davits — dinghy and outboard included
  • 2000w Honda portable genset



Basic Boat Info

Boat Name: Unicorn
Make: Pearson
Model: 422
Year: 1985
Condition: New
Category: Sail
Construction: Fiberglass
Boat Hull ID: ABC123456789
Has Hull ID: Yes
Keel Type: Fin Keel


Length: 42 ft
Length Overall: 42 ft
Waterline Length: 33'6 ft
Beam: 13 ft
Max Draft: 5'5 ft
Min Draft: 5'5 ft
Displacement: 22,000 lb
Bridge Clearance: 54 ft
Ballast: 7,634 lb
Double Berths: 2
Cabins Count: 2

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Make: Beta
  • Model: 50
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 50hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Propeller Type: 3 Blade, Bronze
  • Year: 2013
  • Engine Hours: 2080
  • Engine Location: Center


Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 70 gal
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 150 gal
Holding Tank Count: 1
Holding Tank Capacity: 30 gal


Heads Count: 2
Drive Type: Direct
Boat Class: Center Cockpit


Dave Townley, CPYB
Please contact listing broker; Dave Townley, CPYB 410-271-5225
Crusader Yacht Sales


Crusader Yacht Sales
7078 Bembe Beach Road
Annapolis, Maryland, US, 21403
Tel:(410) 271-5225


Pearson Design Philosophy

The Pearson 422 is the last of a series of four variations (390, 419, 424, 422) on a same basic Bill Shaw hull design. With her center cockpit and centerline queen aft, she is the most prized. Pearson produced 39 hulls from 1982 to 1986. The 422 is one sought after design. In 1959, the Pearson cousins, Everett and Clinton, introduced the first mass produced fiberglass sailboat, the Triton 28. It was a hit, and Pearson Yachts quickly expanded. In 1961, Grumman bought the company and funded ever increasing production. They introduced a flurry of classic designs like the 35 Alberg and 44 Countess. By 1966, corporate politics forced out both the cousins. Bill Shaw took over. In the late 1960’s, he finished up the cousins’ designs and planned for his own. Then, Shaw started reshaping Pearson in his vision.

Pearson 422

In 1972, he started on the 390/419/424/422 series introducing the 390 model. She was an aft cockpit design primarily for the charter trade. They built about 30 hulls. They stopped production in 1974 and reworked the mold to be more owner friendly. The 390 only had a single v-berth stateroom forward. In 1975, they introduced the next in the series, the 419. She was a center cockpit design as popular at that time. In 1977, demand switched to aft cockpit designs. Pearson redid the deck mold and started producing the most successful design of the series, the 424. Finally in 1983, Pearson decided make both aft and center cockpit versions. They kept the 424 and added the 422, the latest and most refined yacht of the series.

First Impressions

The Pearson 422 is the type of classic look combined with a modern interior with attracts people. People wishing for a more natural look than the Hunters of the day but with the same accommodations are searching for the Pearson 422. Her beamy lines do not overwhelm you at first. But the look grows on you.  The 422 has the same exact hull as the 424 with a center cockpit deck mold. She has a fin keel with a skeg hung rudder, flat transom, subtle sheerline, and raked bow. They come in mostly sloop form but there are also a few rare ketch versions.


Pearson Yachts was the original maker of fiberglass and has a good New England reputation for fine craftsmanship. The yard quality was constant from the beginning with first class build quality and manufacturing techniques. The 422 hull is thick and sound with a solid hull to deck joint, keel stepped mast, and encapsulated ballast. Unlike most yachts of this era who have balsa cores, the deck is solid glass. The interior is beautiful teak joinery work. One issue mentioned by the now defunct Pearson 422 owner’s group is the aluminum fuel tanks one on each side. I am not familiar with tank issues on these yachts and doubt this is an issue. They were constructed of .090″ thickness aluminum which is thinner than the recommended thickness of .125″ by ABYC. It is interesting to note here that while I have have always considered stainless steel a better tank material, ABYC recommends aluminum as a safer and longer lasting alternative.


On Deck
There is a handy aft lazarette. A propane locker is along the starboard side amidships.  The cockpit has unique cockpit steps, one on each side, which hinge up to completely enclose the cockpit. Otherwise they lock down providing an easy step. “Let me show you a design flaw. See the cockpit scuppers,” motioned a captain on a 422. He explained that while they looked large that as the pipe goes down it turns and at the turn the piping gets smaller and often clogs. The owner replaced the whole length full width and never had a problem since.  Walking the deck is easy with wide safe passage spaces, comfortable in a seaway.

  • Custom Hard Dodger and Bimini with 3 Opening Hatches
  • Custom Full enclosure 2014 by Galesville Canvas
  • Red & White Dome Light
  • LED Row lights White
  • LED Colorful Row Lights
  • Caframo Fan-Installed 2013
  • 2 Open Cockpit Coaming Storage Boxes
  • 2 Lockable Cockpit Coaming Storage Boxes
  • Edson Steering Pedestal & Wheel
  • Throttle Controls Replaced-2013
  • Edson Teak Cockpit Folding Table w/ Lighting (Hella and LED lighting)
  • Custom Wood Cockpit Flooring
  • Ritchie Compass Globemaster SP-5; Original light 4L4V1; new light; Model SH-0174XSP
  • Compass light w/mount Model # 10700573 | Mfg # SH-0202KIT | UPC # 10342080264
  • Garmin 740S Touch Screen Chart plotter/Sounder, Preloaded w/ US Coastal & Inland Waterway Charts and the Bahamas-Installed 2013
  • WH Autopilot Control & Cockpit Remote
  • ICOM Command Mic II VHF Remote
  • 12V Cockpit Distribution Center-Installed 2013
  • 5 Sport-A-Seats
  • Custom Cockpit Cushions
  • Various Cup & Instrument Holders

Radar Arch and Bimini

  • Custom Aluminum Radar Arch with Dinghy Davits
  • Rutland 913 Wind Generator (not working) with 80 Watt Solar panel
  • Solar Panels Radar Arch, 2 ea 175-watt Kyocera solar panels (350 Watts)
  • Solar Panels on Bimini, 2 ea 135-watt Kyocera solar panels (270 watts)
  • BlueSky MPPT Controllers for Kyocera solar panels in aft berth
  • Total Solar 700 watts
  • LED Boarding Light with Switch in the Cockpit-Installed 2013
  • Ubiquity “Bullet” WiFi Antenna-Installed 2013
  • AIS Antenna (VHF antenna)


Deck Equipment:

  • Honda 2000 Portable Generator & Fuel Tank
  • Dock box Aft for Extra Storage
  • Mother-In-Law Seat w/cushion, Aft Lazerette known as “The Trunk”
  • Built in Propane Locker with 2 Propane Tanks
  • Propane Solenoid Replaced 2014
  • Lewmar Winches (6) and Handles
  • Force 10 BBQ Grill with Dedicated Propane Tank
  • Lifesling Throwable Life Saver
  • Custom Swim Platform w/ Fold Down Swim Ladder
  • Lifelines Replaced 2009
  • 2 Boat Poles
  • 1 Deck Brush-2013
  • 5 Fenders & 2 Fender Boards
  • West Marine (Avon) 10' Hard Bottom Dinghy w/ Storage Locker
  • 15 HP Yamaha 2 Stroke Outboard Engine w/ 6 GL Fuel Tank
  • Bow & Stern Anchors for Dinghy (one anchor in shed loft storage)
  • Easy Lift Harness on Outboard
  • Hydrofoils on Outboard
  • Oars
  • Outboard Extension Handle (in storage shed loft)
  • 2ea Lifejackets
  • Stowable Mesh Boarding Strap


Misc Equipment:

  • Airmax Transducer w/ Depth & Water Temperature-New 2013
  • 45 QT Engel Freezer/Refrigerator
  • Raritan 6 GL Hot Water Heater
  • Webasto 16,000 BTU AC with reverse cycle heat 2014
  • Gas & Diesel Jerry Jugs
  • 2 Fresh Water Jugs, 6 ½ GL each
  • WH Autopilot (Commercial Grade)
  • 6 ea 6V Lead Acid Golf Cart Batteries Installed 2011
  • 12 ea 12V Receptacles located throughout the boat 
  • Oil Change Pump
  • Various Lines of Different Lengths and Diameters
  • Foot Pump to Inflate Dinghy
  • Rebuild Kits for Both Heads
  • Spare Racor Filters
  • Spare Fuel & Oil Filters, Belts, Impellers and Zincs for Beta 50
  • Various Sail Repair Supplies
  • Various Dinghy Repair Supplies
  • Bosons Chair
  • SOS DAN Buoy Man Overboard Rescue 
  • Flares
  • Flare gun
  • Emergency distress light
  • 2 ea inflatable coastal life jackets w/light and whistle 24 lbs buoyancy auto inflate
  • 4 ea inflatable offshore life jackets w/light, whistle and harness 36 lbs buoyancy auto inflate
  • ACR Global Fix EPIRB new battery 2014
  • Jacklines and Safety Harness's w/ Tether
  • Fire Extinguishers & Smoke Detector
  • Through Hull Plugs
  • 50’ Shore Power Cord w/ Adapter
  • 50’ Spare Shore Power Cable (in Unicorn)
  • 2 Million Candle Spotlight
  • Additional Portable Fans
  • 1 Portable Space Heater (stored in shed loft)
  • Cockpit & Companionway Bug Screens
  • 2 Wind Scoops for Hatches
  • 3 Fishing Rod Holders
  • DriDecks are Installed in all Lockers and Under the Queen Bed
  • Handheld VHF West Marine 160 w/12V Charger
  • Handheld VHF Radio Standard Horizon w/12V Charger
  • Handheld GPS Garmin GPSMAP 78SC 
  • Spare ICOM Command Mic II for Cockpit
  • Throwable Cushion
  • ACR Rapid Ditch Bag
  • US Flag, “Q' Flag and Party Flags
  • Various Spare Parts for Bomar Hatches and Ports and Beckson Ports
  • Several Shade Cloths and Window Shade for Dodger
  • Maptech Chartbooks, East Coast
  • Cruising Guides for East Coast
  • Binoculars
  • Air Line 125VAC Hooka rig w two ea 40’air hoses with regulators
  • Honda 2000 Watt inverter



  • Complete Bottom Job 2013
  • Pettit Protect Epoxy Primer & Pettit Trinidad Pro
  • Bottom Paint Pettit Trinidad SR August 2016


Xantrex Link 1000 Battery Monitor and Freedom 15 Inverter/Charger



  • Anchorlift Mako Windlass 1500 breaker in engine room (both power & breaker)



  • Old radar cable has several spare strands for any additional electrical need
  • Garmin antenna in back no longer used  
  • White antenna – Bullet Wi-Fi antenna
  • VHF antenna – AIS Antenna

Solar Vents: 

  • Marinco -Nicro NT-20704S. Marine Solar Powered Vent. 4 inch. Stainless steel.   
  • 2 each Blue Sky Solar Panel Regulators



  • 4 Bomar 19” x 19” Hatches
  •  6 Bomar 5” x 20” Portlights
  •  10 Beckson 6” x 12” Portlights
  • All Portlights and Hatches Open and include Screens
  •  4 Dorade
  •  9 Installed Fans



  • Dual Racor 500 Fuel Filters
  • Shurflo Model 4901-0211 domestic water pump
  • 2 Spare water pumps
  •  Water Filter 
  • Johnson Shower Sump Pump-Installed 2013
  • Xantrex Freedom Inverter 1500/Charger wired to Link 1000
  • LED Engine Room Light Fixture-Installed 2013
  • Transmission: Borg Warner Velvet Drive Transmission 71C Model 1017-004 Gear reduction: 1.00:1 Ratio. Rebuilt Dec 2018. 
  • Walter V Drive model RV-26D, reduction ratio 2:1. 
  • House Batteries: 6 ea 200 amp 6 vdc golf cart batteries 600 amps 2018
  • Group 31 engine starting Battery 2022


  • Dinghy: West Marine (Avon) RIB Hyperlon, Model 310 Grey, S/N V80041 10 ft, Maryland License: MD 7254 BT
  • Out Board Engine: 15 hp. Yamaha 2007 FMH, S/N 684K S 1065360H
  • Trailer for dinghy



Down Below
The center cockpit deck layout opens up the interior for an aft stateroom with private head. The gorgeous centerline queen aft is the best part of the 422. The walkthrough is portside with a worktable alongside and nav station at the end. Amidships, the galley is starboard and saloon forward. All the way forward, she has a guest head and a V-berth. Headroom is 6’4″ in the center tapering to 6’0″ at the sides. The biggest attraction is the centerline queen aft.

Stepping down the centerline companionway hatch, the main salon area lies before you with two spacious settees to port and starboard that offer ample storage as well as a great place to sit and relax around the folding centerline table for a meal or sit and watch tv after an athletic day of sailing.

  • Port & Starboard Settees with Great Storage in Lockers Behind and Under All Cushions
  •  4 Louvered Door Storage Areas Above Each Settee
  • Cabinet and Additional Storage in 2 Drawers and Large Cabinet
  • Center Line Dining Table w/Drop Down Wings & Cubbies
  • Additional Storage Area under Table
  • 1 Alpenglow Over Head Light Fixture
  • 1 Bright LED Row Light
  • 2 Alpenglow Reading Lights converted to LED
  • 2 Directional LED Cabin Lights
  • Insigna 12’ TV
  • Digital Yacht DTV 100 HD TV and FM radio Antenna
  • Sony DVD Player
  • 3 Hella Fans
  • Weems & Plath, Tide Station & Barometer and Lighthouse clock
  • 2 Large Opening Hatches & 6 Opening Ports, all with Screens

The U-shaped galley is located to the starboard of the companionway entrance and offers a great space for preparing a nice meal after a day of sailing.  The Pearson 422 has a great galley with ample counter space, a 3-burner stove, double bowl sink, and TONS of refrigeration space!  Unicorn’s propane stove was updated in 2013 and the refrigeration system was replaced in 2018.

  • U Shaped Galley with SS Double Sink, Single Lever Faucet w/ Hand Sprayer, Pressurized Hot & Cold Water
  • Combo Salt Water Pump/Fridge Pump Out
  • Seward Gourmet II 3 Burner Propane Gimbaled Stove & Oven-Installed 2013
  • LPG System: Trident Marine Regulator with gauges 2 stages  
  • Extra Large Refrigerator 9 Cu Ft w/ Frigoboat 12V Capri 50F Compressor S/N A1806053127 and 200F Evaporator, S/N A1804048188. Air cooled system. Installed November 2018
  • Magic Chief Microwave
  • 4 Spice Racks
  • Wine Glass Rack
  • Large Locker for Dishware, Shelving for Storage, Drawers for Utensils, Locker under Stove for Pots & Pans and Large Storage Area under Galley Sink
  • Alpenglow LED Light over Fridge-Installed 2013, w/ Additional Lighting Installed over Sink & Stove
  • 2 Hella Fans
  • Built in Garbage Can

The forward facing nav station lies to port of the companionway hatch, an easy location to quickly communicate with the helmsperson while setting a new course.  It also offers a great home-office space with a large chart table that is nicely integrated with the salon seating area.

  • Large Comfortable Forward Facing Nav Station on the Port Side
  • Storage Area Under the Nav Station and Under the Nav Station Seat. 
  • Ham radio ICOM 7200; 2015
  • ICOM 402A VHF Radio
  • WH Autopilot Main Control Box & Flux Gate Compass
  • Kenwood Stereo
  • Militech Marine AIS
  • WiFi Router (Connected to Bullet WiFi Antenna)
  • Hella Chart Light
  • Heat/AC Controller
  • 2 ea 12 V Receptacles
  • 12 Volt DC power panel with 6 breakers; 12VDC Outlets, Router and Bullet Antenna, VHF
  • and AIS, Stereo, Spare, Spare; 112 V outlets
  • Handheld VHF West Marine 160 w/12V Charger
  • Hand held GPS Garmin GPS MAP 78 SC
  • Standard Horizon Handheld VHF Radio w/ 12V Charger

Thanks to the center cockpit design, the aft cabin is a spacious primary suite that offers privacy, storage, an en-suite head, and a comfortable centerline queen berth.  Hanging lockers, drawers and shelving offer great personal storage and the en-suite aft head has a separate shower stall.  

  • Spacious Center Line Queen w/ nightstands
  • 8 Lockers for Clothing
  • Double Locker w/ One Side Hanging Locker and the Other Side Shelves.
  • Additional Storage Shelving for Books, Equipment etc
  • 3 Dome Lights
  • 2 Hella Reading Lights
  • 2 Hella Fans
  • 2 ea Bright LED Row Lights
  • 1 Large Hatch & 5 Ports all which Open and have Screens.
  • Room Darkening Ocean Air Roller Blind on Hatch and Room 
  • Darkening Curtains on all Ports
  • Additional Storage under Floor on Port and Starboard Sides.
  • Ritchie Compass
  • 3 ea 12 VDC Receptacles

Aft Head

  • Jabsco 29090/29120-3000 Head 2007 Model 
  • SS Sink w/ Single Lever Faucet and Separate Shower Stall w/ Hot & Cold Pressurized Water
  • One Hella Fan
  • Large Storage Areas Behind and Under the Sink, Behind Head and in the Shower Stall.
  • Shower discharge Pump: Multiport Shower Sump Model No. 32-7650-01

The forward V-berth is a spacious second cabin that offers a very wide double berth with a large overhead opening hatch and opening side ports for a great breeze on the hook.  Storage drawers and a hanging locker provide great storage spaces for guests and extra cruising items.  There is a private entrance to the forward head directly from the forward v-berth cabin.

  • Large V Berth with Tons of Storage including:
  • Forward Bow Locker
  • Port & Starboard Shelving
  • Large Double Locker to Starboard.  One Half is a Hanging Locker - Other Half is Shelves.
  • Large Drawer and Drop-Down Door under V-Berth PLUS more Storage Under The V Berth Cushions
  • 3 Drawers and a Cabinet for Storage to Port
  • Door for Complete Privacy.  Separates V-Berth from Salon
  • Private Access to Forward Head
  • 1 Large Opening Hatch & 2 Opening Ports, all with screens

Forward Head

 The forward head is accessible from both the main salon and from the forward v-berth cabin for a bit of privacy in the evenings for guests staying in the forward cabin. 

  • Raritan PHII Head, Plumbed to 30 GL Holding Tank, with macerator 2014
  • SS Sink and Shower w/ Hot & Cold Water
  • Forward Head has Private Access Door to V Berth Quarters
  • Large Storage Areas Behind and Under the Sink and Behind Head
  • Shower Sump pump

Aft of the nav station is a full-height walkway back to the private primary aft cabin.  This walk-through space offers a great work and storage area for all of your project and cruising needs.  This space was designed to have deep enough storage to allow for a genset, if ever desired.

  • Full Height Walk Through to Aft Cabin Provides Tons of Storage
  • Work Bench Area w/ 6 Cabinets and 2 Drawers
  • 2 ea Bright LED Row Lights
  • Electrical Panel to starboard w/Aqualarm Bilge Pump Monitor, Secondary Depth Display (Ray marine), Mast Head Light Control

Sails & Equipment:

  • 130% Mack Sails Genoa 
  • Fully Battened Main Sail with Three Reef Points by Evolution Sail Installed 2013
  • 95 % Jib
  • Storm jib
  • Cruising Spinnaker 945 Sq FT
  • Mack Pack Lazy Jack system installed 2015 Modified 2018
  • Schaefer Roller Furler-Installed 2013
  • Custom Stack Pak and Lazy Jack System by Mack Sails
  • Mast mounted 22’ Whisker Pole 2:1 ratio

Standing Rigging:

  • Forestay & Backstay Replaced 2013
  • Shrouds replaced in 2014 using Hi-Mod fittings
  • New Chain Plates by Carter Fabrications-Installed 2013

Running Rigging:

  • Genoa halyard: Starboard side White with green 100’ 1/2” though clutch 
  • Spare Genoa halyard: Port side white with red 100’ 7/16” through clutch
  • Main halyard: Port side white with blue 110’ 9/16” 
  • Spare Main halyard Starboard side white with red through clutch
  • Spinnaker halyard 110’ 7/16” white with red
  • Topping lift for whisker pole 3/8” purple with yellow

Mast & Equipment

  • Mast pulled, ALL Electronics and Wiring Replaced, and Mast and Boom Repainted & Re-stepped 2013
  • Misea TriColor LED Anchor Light w/ Strobe and Photodiode Masthead Light-Installed 2013
  • Maretron UltraSonic Wind & Weather Station-Installed 2013
  • Davis Windex Wind Indicator-Installed 2013
  • Metz VHF Antenna-Installed 2013
  • Garmin Digital Radar 18”-Installed 2013
  • Aqua Signal Deck and Steaming Light- Installed 2013
  • Topping Lift Halyard-Installed 2013
  • 2 Plastimo Radar Reflector Tubes
  • Spreader Boots-Installed 2019
  • Spinnaker Halyard Installed 2018
  • Spare Main Halyard Installed 2018
  • Spare Jib Halyard Installed 2018
  • Main Halyard 2018
  • Jib Halyard 2013
  • Halyards 120’
  • Topping Lift Whisker Pole 63’
  • Whisker pole extension line 25’
  • Whisker Pole track line 36’
  • Engine Make: Beta, Model 50 HP, S/N K29484, Engine No. 7CW8968
  • Beta 50, Complete w/ Remote Oil Filter & 2.75 Gallon Capacity Deep Sump, Installed 2013
  • 100 Amp Alternator w/ Serpentine Belt Kit-Installed 2013
  • Vetus Water Lock Muffler- Installed 2013
  • All New Exhaust Hoses in the Engine Room-Installed 2013
  • All New Sound Shield in Engine Room-Installed 2013
  • Groco Main Engine Sea Strainer-Installed 2013
  • Convenient Engine Room Access
  • Propeller: Made by West by North in Canada – Model: Campbell Sailor three blade LH 16” Dia x 11” pitch. Installed 2015.
  • 3 Blade fixed spare in boat LH 18” x 11” pitch
  • 3 blade fixed spare in loft LH 18” x 11” pitch
Standard Disclaimer

Potential purchasers should assume that any items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this specification sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht. These specifications are believed to be correct but cannot be guaranteed. Specifications are provided for information purposes. Data was obtained from sources believed reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Engine hours are approximate, may be reported verbally by the seller, and are recorded at the time and date of the original listing of this vessel. Owner's use during the time of this listing may affect the total engine hours upon a prospective buyer's inspection. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, consumptions, capacities and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided, and agrees to instruct his/her agents or his/her surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase. This vessel is subject to sale, price and inventory changes or withdrawal from market without notice.

Additional Contact Information

Dave Townley, 410.271.5225 (m),

Erin Townley, 410.507.0714 (m),

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