Aeolus Too is a 1983 Pearson 34 designed by Bill Shaw and made for cruising with her traditional cabin layout, her keel and centerboard, and ease of sailing. She sleeps 6, offers 6'4" headroom below, propane fireplace/heater, galley,and enclosed head with shower. She has been updated throughout and is available for her next owner with all gear, an inflatable, extras, organized manuals and receipts for work done. She has been enjoyed and gently sailed, primarily in Maine, but also to and from Florida.
Built by Pearson in Portsmouth, Rhode Island in 1983 and designed by Bill Shaw. Round bilge, fin (centerboard) keel. Fiberglass hull and deck assembly with molded-in nonskid, 2 deck hatches, 4 opening ports, 4 non-opening ports. White gelcoat topsides, light blue decks.
Universal 21 HP, Model 25, 3-cylinder diesel. SS 1 1/8" shaft, Hurth reduction gear, Racor fuel filter.
Fuel: 22 gallons in 1 aluminum tank
Water: 50 gallons in 2 poly bladders
Hot Water: 6-gallon tank
Holding: 1 poly plastic bladder
Sailing: 6-8 knots
Under Power: 5 knots
Two 12V batteries, 35-amp. alternator, Circuit breaker panel, Master Switch 1-2-Both. Nav and interior lighting. 30-amp shore power inlet and cord. 110V outlets in cabin and head.
Aluminum Mast (48'9" height) and Boom. SS standing rigging. 4 Lewmar deck-mounted self-tailing winches. Spinnaker Pole.
4 sails: Mainsail, 130% Genoa, Working Jib, Spinnaker. Harken jib furler. Sails have been cleaned each year, mended as necessary, and stored in a heated dry environment.
Aft of rope locker is vee berth (with filler) stateroom with lockers and shelves.
Next aft starboard is the head with Jabsco toilet w/Y valve, Sink w/hand-held shower. To port is hanging locker and drawers.
Next aft port and starboard are 6'5" settees/berths, shelving outboard, forward bulkhead mounted table and heating stove, nav. desk to starboard. In aft cabin to port is a full galley featuring a SS sink with hot & cold pressure water, 2-burner Hillerange LP stove with oven, 12V refrigerator below counter. Most aft to starboard is a double quarterberth.
Cabin headroom is 6'4" with 3 cabintop hatches, 4 opening ports and 3 solar vents for good ventilation and light. Teak and holly sole, teak trim and bulkheads, and dark blue upholstery make a spacious and attractive cabin.
Above decks, the 8' long Cockpit is self bailing. Lockers under port and helm seating. Two propane tank lockers aft port and starboard. Destroyer wheel, binnacle compass, Lewmar winches. 24" decks
Datamarine speedometer and depthsounder
Ritchie pedestal mounted compass
Standard Horizon VHF
Furuno Radar and Chartplotter
Raytheon ST4000 Autopilot
2 Danforth Anchors, chains & nylon rodes
SS Bow pulpit
SS Lifeline stanchions and lines (new stanchions in boxes)
SS swim ladder
St. Croix dinghy davits
254 Main Street
Southwest Harbor, ME 04679