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The Alberg 35 is a fiberglass sailboat designed by Carl Alberg its also known as the Pearson Alberg 35, the design was produced not only by Pearson Yachts in Rhode Island, but also by AeroMarine Composites and Ericson Yachts [1]. It is the larger cousin of the Alberg 30 and the Pearson Triton. The Alberg 35 was the second yacht put into production by Pearson after the hugely successful Triton. In the case of Ericson, boats were produced from Pearson molds that had been salvaged by Ericson employees from a California landfill; the Alberg 35 became one of Ericson's early successes.

Specifications[edit]

LOA: 34'-9"

LWL: 24'-0"

Beam: 9'-8"

Draft: 5'-2"

Ballast: 5300 lb (Lead)

Sail Area (100%): 535 sq ft (49.7 m2)

Displacement: 13,300 lb (6,000 kg)

PHRF Race Rating: 198

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Hudson Star Observer
Wed, 20 Aug 2014 10:24:15 -0700

Dr. Jeremy Cook of Hudson was cheered on to victory in the 2014 Pepper Fest 10K by his family. With him are his wife, Katy (Cari), right, and parents Bill and Annette Cook, left. Annette is holding grandson Charlie, 1½. William, 4, and George, 6, are ...

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Sun, 03 Aug 2014 12:07:30 -0700

The Alberg 35 with its narrow beam and full keel was designed to withstand the worst that the world's oceans can hurl at it, unlike the large power yachts docked next to it. He bought the boat at a marina on Washington Island, in Lake Michigan close to ...
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