The Pearson Vanguard is a classic sailboat designed in 1962 by Philip Rhodes. These boats were built by Pearson Yachts from 1963-1967. Pearson Vanguards are a classic cruiser known for world travel.
Their hulls, like most early fiberglass boat hulls, are known for being significantly thicker than more modern fiberglass construction. The original engine was an "Atomic 4" gasoline engine however many have been replaced with marine diesels. The full shoal-draft keel has a 4400 pound lead ballast embedded into it. Official website: www.pearsonvanguard.homestead.com/
Abordage built this Pearson Vanguard 32.6 foot replica in April 2012 for a very happy owner."Denis – The model is stunning – after meeting with you and seeing some of your other models, we had very high expectations – but the photos you sent us surpassed even those expectations. " J.W.
See this deck detailed half model of the Pearson 35. Remarkable work.
What about this handsome custom half hull flush deck of the Pearson 35, built at scale 1/24 or 17.5 inches LOA. Ask for a quote.
Look at this lovely deck detailed half model of a Pearson 34. Built scale 1/20 or 20 inches LOA. Fully customized as per owner's request.