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Welcome aboard for a short tour of WHOOSH...

Anchored on the 'back side' of Hauhine Is., Society Islands., French Polynesia
We've taken these pictures just after completing our Pacific crossing from Florida via the Panama Canal to Brisbane, Australia...and right before flying back to the USA for a visit. (Thus, the duffles on the V-berth...) 

This is almost 11 years after we left St. Pete, Florida on her initial shakedown run, and she's now 31 years young.  As you can see, our Pearson 424 has the original one-head + shower & U-shaped galley layout.  As you 'walk about', topside and below, you might keep in mind that this has been our principal home all during that period, including two full London winters and while cruising throughout Europe and also the Caribbean & Pacific islands - from frigid water to tropical water environments - and that she's now carried us about 30,000 NM over more than a decade.  We mention this to reflect on how versatile and suitable she's proven to be, for a two-handed crew at sea and in widely varied climates.  She's turned out to be a far better choice for our cruising adventures than we had any notion of when originally buying her.

The pictures shown below are large thumbnails.  The full-resolution images for each of these pictures can be viewed by double-clicking on them 
All photos on this page by Jack & Patricia Tyler
Cabin and Interior 
Main Cabin, Port Side
Main Cabin, Starboard Side
Forward Cabin, V-Berth
Forward Companionway

Forward Cabin, Looking Aft 

Aft Cabin and Berth
Aft Cabin and Navigation Station
On Deck and Exterior
Cockpit, Looking Forward
Cockpit, Looking Aft
Stern, Showing Windvane
Topsides, Looking Forward
Topsides, Looking Aft
View From the Pontoon
Another View From the Pontoon