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PMY Boat Test: Pearson True North 38 Explorer Specs
Pearson True North 38 Explorer — By Capt. Bill Pike — August 2002

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Base price: $289,000 with 1/440-hp Yanmar 6LY2A-STP diesel inboard
Optional power: none
Standard equipment: Muir windlass w/45-lb. CQR anchor; Faria instrumentation; Raymarine RL 80CRC Plus radar/chartplotter, ST6001 autopilot, ST60 depthsounder, and Ray 53 VHF (w/DSC); 3-burner Seaward Princess propane stove; 2,500-watt Freedom Marine 25 inverter/charger; Jack Rabbit Marine Batt Max battery combiner; 1/Group-34 Optima 1000 M AGM battery (engine start); 1/Lifeline 31 AGM battery (thruster and windlass), 2/Lifeline 4D AGM batteries (house); Sealand VacuFlush MSD; 7-hp Sidepower electric bow thruster; 20-gal. s/s Atlantic Marine water heater

SPECIFICATIONS
LOA: 38'6"
Beam: 13'6"
Draft: 3'6"
Weight: 15,000 lbs. dry
Fuel capacity: 220 gal.
Water capacity: 100 gal.
Test engines: 1/440-hp Yanmar 6LY2A-STP diesel inboard
Transmissions/ratio: ZF 301C/2.69:1
Props: 26x30 5-blade M-500 Michigan Wheel
Steering: Teleflex Sea-Star hydraulic
Controls: Single-lever Kobelt mechanical
Optional equipment on test boat: Force 10 s/s BBQ; JVC AM/FM stereo/CD player/MP3 player
Price as tested: $297,982

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This article originally appeared in the January 2003 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.

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