JENNY
Hull #1
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Owner
1965
Year Built
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Color
Black
Engine
Yanmar JH-4 Turbocharged
Contacts
Horsepower
110 hp
Radio Callsign
Layout
Lower Galley
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Designer
John G. Alden Co.
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The spacious interior features cherry stained white oak joinery with teak sole. An open salon provides ample room
for any length cruise. Port side is a long settee with pilot berth. Starboard is a casual seating area. Moving forward
and down the full galley is to your right with upper & lower cabinets, solid surface counters, stainless steel sink,
refrigerator, ice maker, and a three-burner range with oven. Across from the galley is a spacious dinette with
fold-away table. It seats several and sleep two. Storage is ample with bulkhead shelves and under-seat lockers.

The forward cabin has v-berth, under-berth storage, and hanging locker. The roomy head compartment has head,
vanity with sink, and shower. This Pearson has accommodations for overnight and extended cruises.

Auxiliary power is provided by a brand new Yanmar 110-hp turbo-diesel engine. A new Westerbeke generator
provides offshore electrical power while two new reverse cycle HAC units maintain interior comfort.

This vessel is Hull #1 and was actually the prototype for the Pearson Countess 44 future production. She is heavily
built and was used as the finish line yacht for the Mackinac race. Her tall rig was designed by Ted Hood and
shipped from France.

This Countess 44 is a blue water family cruiser with coastal capabilities. She has good looks, spacious cockpit, and
comfortable interior with room for everyone. Designed and built to handle all weather and all seas she is ready to
sail. Call now to schedule a showing of this exceptional 44' Palmer Johnson built Countess.
Mark Hardin D.O.
Macclenny, FL.
Additions
Westerbeke Generator. 8KW