$39,500  (Sold - 1 July 2011)
Brunswick, GA


The "screecher" here on the end of the bowsprit is furled on its own luff rope and can be stored as is or dropped to the deck and stowed when not in use.


On her trailer with mast up ready to launch.


Here the jib is furled and we sail under "screecher" which is similar to a genoa on a bowsprit furler.


The mast has been raised while on the trailer at the launch ramp and once launched it's a simple matter to extend the floats, or amas.

In 2009 I refurbished this boat for cruising and sailed it on the Great Lakes. For the past year it has been stored on her trailer in my boat shed or under a tarp in the backyard and looked after. Trailer is roadworthy but has some rust in the usual areas that will need attending to before long. Boat is in good overall condition with some minor dings and scratches and typical gelcoat cracks. The amas have a fiberglass patch inside, but there is no structural problems. The nonskid deck paint is wore through in several places and the interior fabric cabin liner has some stains, but overall better than average for this model and year. Also showing their age are the plexiglas in the hatches and cabin windows, which are not cracked or leaking, but have crazed or clouded up. The stainless bow pulpit has some rough welds from a previous owner's repair. 

2009 boat and trailer survey available. Pick up the boat yourself or arrangements can be made for me to deliver the boat anywhere in the US.

LOA: 27' LWL: 26'3" Beam: 19'1" open
Displacement: 2600 Draft: 14" up, 5'6" 
Bridge Clearance: 43'

- UK full-batten Tape Drive mainsail with cover (unknown age in good condition aside from a small chafe spot near clew and some stains at tack from furling)
- UK/Calvert Pentex furling jib 2007
- UK/Calvert Pentax screecher 2007
- Asymmetric spinnaker with ATN sock (good condition)
- 135% Genoa (dacron) 2002

Choice of older Nissan 9.8 2-stroke or 2009 Tohatsu 6hp SailPro 4-stroke with under 30 hours

Electrical & Electronics:
- Garmin GPS Map 400 Series chart plotter
- 43 watt solar panel on Atom SolarTracker (2009)
- Solar charge controller with digital meter
- Signet depth sounder
- Icom M56 VHF radio
- Two AGM 12v batteries (2009)
- All LED interior lighting (2009)
- LED nav lights (2009)
- Two 12v switch panels, one new in 2009
- 750 watt 12v to 110v inverter (2009)
- 110V shore power 
- ST2000 Tillerpilot (2009)
- Three Bora 3-speed fans (2009)  
- Eight 12v receptacles throughout boat (2009)

- Roller furling boom
- Harken MK IV jib furler (2007)
- Facnor screecher furler (2007)
- Harken mainsheet traveler
- Internal halyards
- Running rigging in good condition
- Standing rigging unknown age but in good condition, one shroud wire replaced in 2011

Forward is the head and small V-berth/storage area, two settees in the main salon which converts to two single berths. A "cozy" double berth in the aft cabin. Removable table in salon. Pop top provides standing headroom.

- Origo 2 Burner alcohol stove
- Stainless steel sink with foot pump (2009) connected to standard built-in 18 gal water tank
- Space for cooler under companionway

- Lavac toilet
- 8 gal holding tank
- Deck pump-out
- Macerator pump-out

- Pacific double axle galvanized trailer. Spare tire and extra bearings.
- All nets and lashings replaced (2006) and still in good condition
- Bow reinforced for screecher (2007)
- Aft cabin solar vent (2009) 
- Plastimo compass (cloudy lens but readable)
- Bimini
- Camper canvas for pop top with screens
- 22 lb Delta anchor with 12' chain and 122' nylon rode
- Aluminum Danforth-type anchor with 12' chain and 150' nylon rode
- Two fire extinguishers
- Cockpit cushions
- Four Fenders 
- Six mooring lines
- Collapsible boat hook
- Three winch handles
- Collapsible boarding ladder 
- Hatch screens
- Masthead Windex
- Curtains
- 1/2 gallon green Micron Extra Biolux
- F-27 owners manual                                       

More info:

Contact: James at 912-222-8404



43-watt solar panel on Solar-Tracker mount and a ST2000 tillerpilot.


I replaced the original 9.8 HP 2-stroke outboard with a Tohatsu 6HP 4-stroke SailPro with 25" shaft and high thrust prop. The remote throttle/shifter linkages were removed and a tiller and gear shift extension added. This motor pushes the boat at 6.5 knots in calm water. The original 9.8 motor and its accessories is available.


Forward cabin with Lavac vacuum-type toilet and holding tank.



Main salon looking forward.


An insert cushion is added to the extended bunk for sleeping.


Looking aft into the snug aft cabin. 


Looking aft to the galley. I replaced the awkward sink hand pump with a foot pump.