Ericson Yachts (USA)

1964 - 1990

Ericson Yachts was founded by a number of former employees of Columbia Yachts.
With a few exceptions, the Ericson line was a collaboration with designer Bruce King.
Though many Ericson models sold extremely well, the company had a turbulent history financially from the beginning with numerous changes in ownership.
In 1968 the company became a subsidiary of Pacific American Industries and a new plant was built in Santa Ana , CA.
By 1990, the Ericson brand had been acquired by Pacific Seacraft, which continued to build some of the later models until 1999, when it was retired.

Original Address:
1931 Deere Avenue
Santa Ana, CA 92705
USA

MIC: ELY

Sailboats Built By Ericson Yachts (USA)

(Dates indicate when boat was first built by any builder)

Model LOA First Built
ERICSON 35-3 35.50 ft / 10.82 m 1982
ERICSON 36 35.58 ft / 10.84 m 1980
ERICSON 36C 36.00 ft / 10.97 m 1975
ERICSON 37 37.42 ft / 11.41 m 1973
ERICSON 38 37.67 ft / 11.48 m 1979
ERICSON 38-200 37.67 ft / 11.48 m 1986
ERICSON 381 37.50 ft / 11.43 m 1982
ERICSON 39 39.00 ft / 11.89 m 1970
ERICSON 39 B 39.00 ft / 11.89 m 1975
ERICSON 41 41.33 ft / 12.60 m 1968
ERICSON 46 45.83 ft / 13.97 m 1971
OLSON 25 25.00 ft / 7.62 m 1984
OLSON 34 34.00 ft / 10.36 m 1986
OLSON 34 (ERICSON) 34.00 ft / 10.36 m 1988
OLSON 911 S (ERICSON) 29.92 ft / 9.12 m 1987

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