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This fiberglass sloop, designed by Carl Alberg , has proven versatility as a MORC racer, day–sailer, and over–nighter.

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Electra, following fast in wake of the fabulous Pearson Triton, is setting sales and sailing records of her own. This 22' 6" fiberglass sloop, also designed by Carl A. Alberg, has proven versatility as a MORC racer, day-sailer and over-nighter. From the moment you step aboard, you'll recognize her Triton heritage in her fine lines, quality construction, and universal appeal. This universal appeal is a direct result of a thorough survey to determine the type of boat most wanted and needed by American Yachtsmen.

Once again the Pearson-Alberg combination pays off! This exiting addition to Midget Ocean Racing fleets does equally well in triangular day sailing and in inter-club one-design competition. Hull sections are designed for fast sailing, and maintaining speed in heavy going. Masthead rig on aluminum spars and roller reefing contribute to the flexibility of her easily handled sail area.

When day-sailing, you'll appreciate the comfortable, safe, self-bailing cockpit, the handy cabin with two berths and enclosed toilet if desired, the specially designed stowage locker for your outboard motor, and of course, the tight fiberglass bottom, topsides and deck which change the many hours formerly spent on upkeep to extra hours of spirited sailing.

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 NEW PRICE REDUCTION to reflect sellers desire to have this offering SOLD! . Excellent almost as new condition! No expense was spared or detail overlooked when this Pearson Electra was rebuilt here at Brewer Pilot's Point Marina.  New faux teak decks, new sails, new engine, electronics, electrical systems.  If you are looking for a beautiful day sailor/weekender this little yacht cannot be missed.  Less than 50 hours on the Beta Marine diesel, less than 25 hours on the new sails.   New mast, boom and self taking jib boom.  New Triad 2 axle trailer.  Seller has moved on to another project.  Full survey, commenting that she is in "Bristol New" condition. Stunning!

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1965 Pearson Electra has been used with care since its production in 1965 (7.500 USD). Despite its small size, you can travel in the sea as you wish with this highly capable ship. The body’s durability and navy blue color will definitely attract your attention. do not be fooled that its appearance is neglected. After a simple painting process, it will get a newer look than ever before. Carl Alberg, who designed this ship in the dream of all sailors , is a true master of ships.

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This sleek little Carl Alberg designed sloop is a day sailor’s dream.  Her cuddy cabin would allow an over-night but you would have to think small!  Her sleek lines say it all and her Navy Blue Awl Gripped hull and Oyster White Awl Gripped deck really make her shine.  She does need some TLC on her exterior varnish and a coat of paint in the cuddy cabin but the owner just had her ports replaced with new Lexan and she is structurally sound.

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I bought this Pearson Electra with the hope of racing her. But my health is failing and I just don’t have the time to give her the TLC she needs. She is currently on a trailer and all you need is to pull up and tow her away.

Equipment: Comes with 4 sails and the main sale is oversized for a 25 foot boat.

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The theoretical maximum speed that a displacement hull can move efficiently through the water is determined by it's waterline length and displacement. It may be unable to reach this speed if the boat is underpowered or heavily loaded, though it may exceed this speed given enough power. Read more.

Classic hull speed formula:

Hull Speed = 1.34 x √LWL

Max Speed/Length ratio = 8.26 ÷ Displacement/Length ratio .311 Hull Speed = Max Speed/Length ratio x √LWL

Sail Area / Displacement Ratio

A measure of the power of the sails relative to the weight of the boat. The higher the number, the higher the performance, but the harder the boat will be to handle. This ratio is a "non-dimensional" value that facilitates comparisons between boats of different types and sizes. Read more.

SA/D = SA ÷ (D ÷ 64) 2/3

  • SA : Sail area in square feet, derived by adding the mainsail area to 100% of the foretriangle area (the lateral area above the deck between the mast and the forestay).
  • D : Displacement in pounds.

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A measure of the stability of a boat's hull that suggests how well a monohull will stand up to its sails. The ballast displacement ratio indicates how much of the weight of a boat is placed for maximum stability against capsizing and is an indicator of stiffness and resistance to capsize.

Ballast / Displacement * 100

Displacement / Length Ratio

A measure of the weight of the boat relative to it's length at the waterline. The higher a boat’s D/L ratio, the more easily it will carry a load and the more comfortable its motion will be. The lower a boat's ratio is, the less power it takes to drive the boat to its nominal hull speed or beyond. Read more.

D/L = (D ÷ 2240) ÷ (0.01 x LWL)³

  • D: Displacement of the boat in pounds.
  • LWL: Waterline length in feet

Comfort Ratio

This ratio assess how quickly and abruptly a boat’s hull reacts to waves in a significant seaway, these being the elements of a boat’s motion most likely to cause seasickness. Read more.

Comfort ratio = D ÷ (.65 x (.7 LWL + .3 LOA) x Beam 1.33 )

  • D: Displacement of the boat in pounds
  • LOA: Length overall in feet
  • Beam: Width of boat at the widest point in feet

Capsize Screening Formula

This formula attempts to indicate whether a given boat might be too wide and light to readily right itself after being overturned in extreme conditions. Read more.

CSV = Beam ÷ ³√(D / 64)

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Pearson Electra 22'

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  • Start date Jul 8, 2014
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Hello all! I recently acquired a 1963 Pearson Electra 22' from a dear friend who passed away. The boat is in great shape for her age. She needs a coat of paint inside and out, but structurally, she's solid as a rock & in the water. I'm trying to figured out the best motor situation for her. I believe he used to have 4 or 5 hp on a stern bracket. I have a 2003 Nissan 8 hp that I'd like to use, but the shaft is not a longshaft & I'm having a hard time figuring out how to make it work. I was wondering if anyone on here has had any luck making a regular shaft outboard work with a little bracket modification? Otherwise, I'll have go out and find a reasonably priced, hard to find 4-6hp longshaft. Thanks in advance  

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Without seeing it, I don't know that I would modify the bracket on such a pretty boat. I'd be more inclined to watch Craigslist and other classifieds like a hawk for the right long or extra long shaft motor, then sell the short shaft to offset the cost.  

I'm thinking the same thing. Longshafts between 4 & 8hp are hard to find in these parts. I've been seeing quite a few in the SW Florida Craigslist. Maybe time for a road trip!  

mellowsail said: I'm thinking the same thing. Longshafts between 4 & 8hp are hard to find in these parts. I've been seeing quite a few in the SW Florida Craigslist. Maybe time for a road trip! Click to expand

So here's the story of my little Pearson Electra, "The Flower". (Just in case anyone would like to know). I wrote this back in January after my friend's death. So I guess it's time I shared this story since it's a done deal. I've know Tim since about 1996. I met him at the Ft. Myers Yacht Basin when I was living on my sailboat there. I was an eager, free, & "bullet-proof" 20 year old. I had seen Tim prancing around the marina, always happy & smiling. He just had this aura about him & I wanted it too! I introduced myself to him one day & was initiated into a custom that became synonymous with "Brother Love": the introductory hug. As long as I knew him, he never shook someone's hand when he met them. It was always a hug. Tim & I got to be very good pals & spent just about everyday, at some point, hanging out or getting into some type of debauchery. Now mind you, Tim was old enough to be my dad, but he was in as good or better shape than me. I remember his bicycle (favorite form of transportation for us sailors) getting stolen one night. He was devastated. I ended up taking him to meet my Dad & step grandfather & hooking him up with a "new" red bike with side-dandle baskets to boot! He loved it & we spent many a night cruising to & from the downtown bars & restaurants. One of the nights also led to him getting me my first bar tending job at one of our favorite local hangouts. Over the next few months, we lived each day like there was no tomorrow. We sailed up & down the Caloosahatchee River & sometimes, out past Sanibel to the Gulf. Many of these times were spent aboard his pride & joy, "The Flower", a 1963 Pearson Electra 22'. This was the little beauty he lived on in the marina. It was small, but had the largest heart of any of the other bigger boats on the water. it was built by the Pearson brothers, who were the first people to ever build fiberglass sailboats. A pho-pa in the days of wooden boats. This boat was built like a tank because they had no idea of the life expectancy of the new "plastic" boats. A short time later, I decided to sail off to the Florida Keys in search of adventure. In 2000, Tim's nephew Jake Wilson (aka Pud Din Head) decided to move to Ft. Myers in search of adventure, as well. Tim had since purchased a larger sailboat to live on & sold "The Flower" to Jake. Two years later, Tim let me know that Jake wanted to bring the boat to the Keys & was wondering if I would take Jake under my wing, as he had done for me years earlier, & show him the ropes & find him a means of making enough money to live & eventually get to the Bahamas on "the Flower". I eagerly agreed & they set sail from Ft. Myers on what was to be a 6-day sail to the Keys. They arrived in what is fair to say, Hell-atious conditions. A winter northerly that had them searching for cover. I ended up meeting them about 45 mins down the island chain to rescue them with much-needed food & alcoholic beverages. Jake ended up staying in the Keys until about 2005 or '06 & decided it was time to head back to the high country of Colorado & decided to sell 'The Flower". He & I went out her for one last sail, an epic sail, & he sold her to a man from Marathon & was off to the Rockies. I never thought I would see that beautiful, memorable boat. Flash forward to a month ago. I was on Craigslist searching the sailboat adds for fun & came across a 1963 Pearson Electra that bore a eerie resemblance to "The Flower". I examined all the pics & then sent the link to Jake & Tim. They were convinced, as I, that it was her. Tim informed me back in June when I last saw him that he & Jake were coming down for a visit in the Keys this week of January. He told me to check up on the boat, see if it was REALLY her, & he was going to buy her when they came down. I called tim on Christmas Eve to wish him a Merry Christmas & he sound weak & raspy. I thought maybe it was the flu. he quickly informed me that he had gotten pancreatitis & it was doing a number on him. i told him I knew people that had had the same thing & had turned out all right. he then floored me with the news that he had had colon cancer for a year & things had been better but this had really been a "one-two punch". he told me he had lost 20 pounds. He's about the same size as me & I knew that wasn't good. I quickly told him I would be over to see him as soon as the holiday was over, the next weekend. I told him I loved him, hung up, & started balling my eyes out. He called me on Thursday & said he didm;t think it was going to be a good time to come over since he was going to be in the hospital all day & not able to visit with me. He said he would let me know Friday if I should come. He called me & said it was a no go. I respected his wishes & said "I'll see you next weekend, then". He agreed & we said our goodbyes & "I love you"s. Jake contacted me on Thursday & told me that Tim had gone downhill fast & was already on hospice care. His organs had started to shut down & it was only a matter of day(s) before he would transition. I was devastated. I realized then that Tim had not wanted me to see him this way. Jake called me on Sunday evening, a call I immediately knew was to be a bad one, & said Timmy Flower had passed peacefully. I could't even talk & told him I'd call him on Monday. On Monday, we discussed more & told stories of our beloved Tim. Jake asked me if I had followed up on "The Flower" & i told him that the seller had not return my messages. We were kind of deflated. I persisted & ended up getting in touch with her on Tuesday. I asked if the boat was still available & if I could come take a look? I was pretty confident that this was "The Flower" & I wanted to seriously make her an offer on her listing of "$2000 o.b.o.". I really didn't have the extra cash to do it, but I was going to let lack of finances trump "creative financing". Tim had always told me, "Kid, don't ever worry about your money or it'll take offense & not come out & play with you!" I took this to heart. I asked the seller where the boat was located in the Keys? She informed me that it was located "behind the Fisheries". I asked her "which fisheries?" to which she informed me that it was Key Largo Fisheries. I live on the main canal to the Key Largo Fisheries!!!! We agreed to meet today at 2pm. I was blown away & this new information about the boat! I got home from work, threw my paddle board in the water & went searching the main canal & the side canals of it. I didn't see it. As I came back past my dock I happened to look down to the end of the canal directly across from my house. Surely, there's no way it would be down this one!?! As I strained my eyes looking down the canal, I noticed this little, "bikini blue" ( as Tim had painted her) sailboat tucked away in the corner. I paddle feverishly toward her. As I arrived, a local musician/friend, Allan Truesdell comes out onto the dock next to the boat. I asked him if he knew who owned this boat & he said, "my roommate". I then asked him if she was for sale & he said yes, for about a month. I immediately got my phone out, texted her & told her that I think I had found the boat & it's location in reference to my abode. She then called me & I finally told her this story (in a Cliff note's version). She was amazed! She told me to go ahead & climb on her & check it out to see if this was indeed her! My heart raced! I stepped aboard, slid back the companionway hatch, & immediate recognized the inside layout, colors, & familiar features. This was her, "The Flower"!! I could barely stand. I sat down inside her, started laughing & sobbing uncontrollably & immediately called Jake. We sat there on the phone describing ever little intricacy of her. Tim had done it again!! He had put us in "the flow"! I let the seller know that I intended to buy her today. So all day long, I sat home, staring out the sliding glass doors, looking right down the canal across from me, looking at this beautiful little piece of magic, & thinking to myself how could this have happened? I eagerly anticipated 2pm. When the time came, I was as nervous as a long-tailed cat in a room full of rocking chairs. I drove a half a mile around to get to this dock 100 yards away. Now I've never believed in destiny, but here I was undoubtedbly staring at mine in the face! I met Cindy, the seller/owner, immediately gave her a hug, & fought back tears & I elaborated on this wild ride of almost 20 years. Tears were shed, stories were told, & in the end, she basically gave me the little blue "miracle". So as I sit here, typing this account of one of the most extraordinary times in my life, I am the proud new owner of "The Flower". Jake is coming for a visit in a couple days & we plan to take her out for a sail. Timmy had a plan for me & his pride & joy had been sitting there........ waiting for me this whole time. Thank you, Tim, for all you ever did for me (and continue to do!)& know that I miss you more than words will ever let me say. Peace.......  

What a beautiful story...thank you for sharing!  

Chris Patterson

Chris Patterson

Hey man, that is too cool. Wow..  

pacerpilot

We should all be so lucky to have a friend like Tim.  

So I think I found an outboard! I'm headed to Summerlind Key tomorrow to pick up a Yamaha 6hp 4-stroke long shaft. It only has about 40 hrs on it. The guy wants $800 for it. Now I need to replace the outboard bracket with a more substantial one to handle the weight of the 4-stroke. Any thoughts on this decision?? Thanks!  

Scott T-Bird

Scott T-Bird

Whatever it takes to make it right, just do it. I imagine that you can reinforce the backing if necessary. You were blessed with this opportunity, have fun making the most of it!  

Thanks Scott! I'm wondering if I should use a piece of marine plywood or starboard the size of the transom as a backing plate? Don't want that sucker breaking lose. Anyone else done this kind of modification before that could give some advice?  

ElectraClass

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mellowsail said: Thanks Scott! I'm wondering if I should use a piece of marine plywood or starboard the size of the transom as a backing plate? Don't want that sucker breaking lose. Anyone else done this kind of modification before that could give some advice? Click to expand

jon hansen

dude, nice boat. this is a seven year old thread. not sure what response you will get.  

kappykaplan

kappykaplan

@ElectraClass , the OP hasn't been seen since Aug 2015.  

dLj

If you post pictures of the setup I'll bet someone else on here can give thoughts. Just a thought. dj  

Siamese

Wow...that's one helluva long paragraph.  

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