www.kp44.org — The official website of the Peterson Cutter Owner's Group
Boat Name Boat Type

Picture Notes


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Mystic P46 MYSTIC at anchor near McMickken Island in south Puget Sound, WA. You can see the hard dodger in the photo. It is excellent protection from the weather and is very solid. The center window is a hatch that can be opened. The side windows are curtains that snap off to allow a breeze and allow the stays'l winches to be used. (The winch handle swings through the window cut-out.) The primary winches are in the clear. The other windows are lexan and are installed so they will "pop" out if hit by a wave. -
Moira KP44

Hull #114

Richard Chesher has built an amazing website including a virtual tour af a KP44.


Beatrix KP44

Hull #276


Here is BEATRIX in front of the San Diego Yacht Club in California, on our first day aboard.  Jack Kelly is a member and he came aboard to say hello and write a note in the log. Jeff and Kathy left the USA in 2008 and are currently based in Australia and sailing in the Coral Sea. Visit the Beatrix Website.

San Diego YC (above)

Princess Louisa Inlet (BC Canada)

The New Assymetric Spinnaker (left)

Photon KP46 These photos were found on a yacht sales web in Fort Lauderdale.  I thought they would be of interest, as the KP46 is the last generation of Peterson cruisers built.  Click here for more details on the KP46.
Tango   Tango is a KP44 (1976), owned by Darrell Erickson and Sarah Powell.  This is a fabulous shot of her under sail.  Click on the thumbnail for a bigger picture.  Click here for full size (217KB)

Tango's home port is currently Marina Village in Alameda, California and her playground is the San Francisco Bay.  Darrell and Sarah are preparing Tango for an extended cruise in approximately 2005.

Last modified: January 15 2014 18:25