Let's the designer William Shaw talk about the 365:
"The 365 is my personal idea of what a boat should be.
It should be traditional and stable, easy on the helm, with good tracking ability. But not overpowering, and sensible in terms of cost. 36' provides the designer with room to maneuver. Bigger provides luxury. Smaller throws up some obstacles that have to be overcome by adjusting the ideal size of somethings, leaving out or sacrificing the appearance of the boat. What this mean is that at this size I can put absolutely everything in the boat that i want and not get into a this or that situation. The split rig makes shortening sails a cinch; the bulwarks make wandering around on deck more comfortable' the fully enclosed shower provides all kinds of niceties; the navigation center let me play with time, speed, distances, charts, and electronics while someone else drive; and the Ushape galley aft close to a big cockpit encourages conversation underway when Beth is fussin' around with the food and I am half-asleep at the wheel. The galley by the way is important. It should be super efficient and an area in wich the chef feels comfortable both underway and swinging on the hook..... If this lead you to believe that I designed the 365 for myself, you're absolutely right. She's all I personally want in a boat."
A lot of info on Pearson's boat can be find here.
NOTE: There is no more diving compressor with this boat.