Pearsons In The News
As one of the truly venerable production sail boats out there, articles about the Pearson Yacht Corporation and specific Pearson yachts are frequently written. As a service to our membership I thought it helpful to let NPYOA members know about these articles so that they might refer to them as needed. I try to keep up with most of the major publications but would like to make a request to any and all NPYOA members to let me know if I miss a sighting of an article or mention of anything Pearson.
Please recognize that some publishers do not keep all their articles on line forever so any particular Pearson article I list might not actually be on line at the time you go to read it. Contact the publisher directly email often works, and you should be able to get a copy for yourself.
We have provided a direct linkage to the main web site of each of the publications included below. Please consult these linkages if you want to read the full text. Some publications make their archive available while others require either subscriptions or special requests. As each article is copyrighted by the original publisher, we can not offer direct access to them. We will continually update this resource for our membership as new Pearson articles and citations are identified.
.Wishing you smooth and safe sailing
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By Dan Pfeiffer and Graham BryanThe OEM mast step on the 10M is made of steel. It sits in the bottom of the bilge and is in direct contact with the aluminum mast. Add a little salt water to the bilge and you have a perfect environment for galvanic corrosion where the less noble metal (the aluminum mast) will start giving up material. There are several ways to address this corrosion problem. This article will discuss three of them. Continue reading...
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