The Pearson 365 is well regarded as a durable, easily handled and responsive cruising boat, offering good accommodation and practical features. Kamal was originally outfitted and improved by a marine engineer in the late 1990’s for an around the world trip and, as a result, her systems are well appointed throughout—all lines are accessible from the cockpit, the instruments around the nav. table allows for centralized monitoring of the systems. The current owners purchased Kamal in 2000 and have maintained her since then. Such a schedule led to the recent discovery that the engine had frozen up and needed to either be rebuilt or replaced. Kamal has been based in Grenada since 2003 and sailed the Caribbean waters every season for 4-5 months. The owners have decided it is time to move on and have reluctantly put Kamal up for sale, however, it has recently been discovered that the engine is now seized and need to either be rebuilt or replaced. She has been listed at a reduced price to reflect this and once this work is completed, she will be a great cruising boat, ideal for the Caribbean or wherever her next adventure may take her. Viewing by appointment at our Grenada Office 473 403 9296.Owners comments
We had KAMAL surveyed in 2009 and there were no surprises. She is a great boat and we have really enjoyed her during our ownership.
The layout offers up to five berths with two separate sleeping cabins.There is full standing headroom and good ventilation throughout.In the fore cabin, large V-berth, hanging locker and ample storage Opening hatch to foredeck. Aft of the fore cabin is the head to starboard. with separate shower and Lavac vacu-flush toilet and large hanging locker to port. Amidships is the saloon with opposing settees: the one on the port side may be converted into a double bunk and the one to starboard is inset with a single pilot birth outboard of it. A large fold-up table is located on centerline with a sizable hatch above for light and ventilation. Aft of the saloon is the navigation station to starboard. and a u-shaped galley to port with: s/s sink, hot & cold pressurized water, salt water faucet, Sea Frost 12 v refrigerator, and 3 burner gimballed Shipmate cooker with oven. Between the galley and nav station is the companionway ladder to the cockpit, making both the galley and navigation station easily accessible to on deck activities. There are insect screens for the two hatches and companion way.
Located centrally behind the companionway ladder is the forward-facing Westerbeke W40 engine (currently seized, in need of rebuild or replacement). Coupled with a Borg Warner Gearbox with Walter Vee drive; three bladed folding Max Prop. Single lever control. 150 litre fuel tank plus a 96 litre bladder aux. tank.
4 x 12 volt service batteries and1x12V new engine start battery 160 amp Alternator and solar panel charging 120 AC outlets; Heart 2400w inverter/ charger 120 AC shore power
Spars & Sails
Masthead ketch rigged.Aluminium mast(s), boom(s), and spinnaker pole—main keel stepped and replaced 2009, mizzen deck stepped. Stainless steel standing rigging (2009) running rigging also replaced in 2009.Slabreefingmainsail with lazy-jacks. Profurlhead sail-furling system. Three Lewmar 2 speed self-tailing sheet winches. Three single speed halyard winches with three additional single speed general purpose winches. Mast steps to spreader on main mast. Adjustable backstay. Mainsail - 1999 – Fair Furlinggenoa–1999 - Fair Mizzen – 1999 - Fair Mizzen Staysail _ 1999 – Good Main Stormsail – 1999 - Good Spinnaker – 1999 - Good
3 x anchors—22- Danforth, 45- Delta, 55- Bruce 225’ 5/16 D4 HT chain o the main anchor, 20’ chain + 100’ line for secondary anchor New bowsprit and electric anchor windlass Stainless steel pulpit and stanchions with guard wires Coach roof grabrails Sailcover--blue Sprayhood Bimini with removable panels (2005) Cockpit table Cockpit cushions Stainless steel swim ladder Dinghy arch with davits and solar panel mount Propane –BQ with connection to ships propane system Various warps and fenders Edson wheel steering Polyethylene 6’ 10” Targa Nautica dinghy 5 hp Mercury outboard (2011)
Plastimo steering compass Raymarine ST60 boat speed and log RaymarineST60 depth RaymarineST60 wind speed and direction Furuno NavNet chart plotter/radar with AIS with charts for east coast USA & Caribbean and east and west coast of South America Standard Horizon GPS/chart plotter with charts for the Caribbean Garmin 152 GPS NASA AIS (receive only) Raymarine EV-400 autopilot Icom M710SS B transceiver SCS Pactor 2Pro Standard Horizon GX1200 VHF DSC (connected to plotter) Navigation lights Masthead Tricolour light Monitor self-steering vane Various charts Brass clock and barometer
Three fire extinguishers (may require service) High water bilge alarm Carbon monoxide detector Givens offshore life raft system (6 person capacity, last serviced 1999) Horseshoe lifebuoy 2 x manual bilge pumps Electric bilge pump Emergency tiller Various life jackets Various flares EPIRB Jackstays and harness eyes Sundry spares and equipment manuals
Village Marine water maker Sea Frost engine driven compressor for refrigeration backup
'Kamal' II is Canadian Registered (822100). EU VAT has not been paid, and there are no outstanding mortgages or encumbrances.
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Builtin Portsmouth, Rhode Island (Hull # 1440) in 1977 by Pearson Yachts, designed by William Shaw.Blue GRP hull with white waterline stripe. Encapsulated lead keel Alloy toe rails.White GRP superstructure with textured GRP decks. Wheel steering, aluminium spars, s/s standing rigging. Aft self-draining cockpit with engine under cockpit sole
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