The Pearson 424 is designed by the renowned naval architect Bill Shaw and is well regarded as a durable, easily handled and responsive cruising boat, offering good accommodation and practical features. Overly built in every area she remains stiff in a breeze and surprisingly quick. She provides Two companionway accesses, one from the cockpit and another from starboard further forward. Overall she is a great cruising boat, pretty on the water and ideal for wherever her next adventure may take her.
Evergreen is a one owner boat and always stored her indoors every winter. The vessel was used in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and Maine it whole life. She is in great condition and is ready for her new owner.
The Pearson 424 has a 3 cabin layout with a large V berth in the forward cabin with vanity and washbasin with hot and cold water. Ample storage in drawers and hanging locker and good ventilation with a forward opening hatch.
Aft is the main cabin with plenty of teak storage and shelving, a drop leaf table down the centreline with sofa’s/bunks to port and starboard. New off white upholstery for the sofa’s. There is a large overhead hatch and screened opening ports and 12v fans throughout
The galley is located aft to port. It features a 3-burner propane gimballed stove and oven, a double SS sink with hot and cold pressurized water and seawater foot pump and a large top opening fridge with new cold plate. Plenty of storage and counter space.
To starboard, there is a companionway, accessed by a set of stairs. There is also a wet locker.
Just aft of access steps is heads with shower and washbasin with pressurized hot and cold water and composting head.
Finally the aft cabin features a good sized double berth to port with teak cabinets above and a chart table and switchboard to starboard. Plenty of storage with a large hanging locker.
The aft companionway provides an exit and entrance directly to the cockpit.