The owner bought this boat in 2010
General condition and any additional information
Because of the winged keel, she doesnt work really well to weather; although, she is adequately seaworthy. Off the wind, she shines and sails much higher than her phrf ratings. Ive had her in the tens numerous times on the Bay, and once offshore, I put her up to 12.1. She has lots of room--much more than comparable 27 footers. Ive rigged her for single-handing, and Ive taken her up and down the local coast to swing on the hook and watch elk feed near the water in Tomales Bay or inland to jump into the warm fresh water of the Delta. When we remodeled our house, we lived on her for 6 weeks... But at 73 years old, I dont move like I used to, and my wife and I need a more stable platform. We are buying a bigger boat.
135 Genoa. Mainsail rigged to reef. 2 burner cooktop. Large, efficient ice box. Galley sink and water. Head sink and water. Head and 17 gallon effluent storage. Plastic coated lifelines. Bow and stern pulpits. Tiller steering. Fresh water storage tank and hand pumps. Bilge pump. All necessary lines, rigging, and ties. All lights for night operation. Swim ladder. Lighting in V-berth, quarter berth, at each side berth, over sink at companionway ladder, in enclosed head. Four person fold-away dining table.
Extra gear included
VHF radio. One, maybe two spinnakers. Forespar spinnaker pole. Built-in sound system. 85% working jib. Self-tacking jib system. Davis Windex with night light.
Improvements to the hull, deck, rigging, engine, or interior
2017 Yamaha 9.8 hp electric start. Spinnakers. Adjustable car for spinnaker on mast. All lines including halyards, reefs, and foreguy brought aft for single-handing. Double sided mainsheet cleats on either side of cabin bulkhead. Traveler on car adjustable from lines in cockpit. 4 year old Lee mainsail with reef. 4 year old interior Sunbrella cushions. VHF radio. Cockpit speakers. Self-tending jib. 4 year old head, piping and soft tank. Sound system.