£37,500 inc Vat
Located: , United Kingdom
Length: 8.6m / 28.22ft
T: +44 (0) 330 33 211 20 - Office
M: +44 (0) 7903 762 931 - Peter Cameron
M: +44 (0) 7890 261 145 - Craig Latimer
A fast cruiser racer from Beneteau, the first 27.7 is a light weight scaled down racing yacht, that's comfort to cruise and race. Light weight Grey GRP hull makes this boat durable and flexible for all types of sailing. Listed with multiple set of sails cruising and racing North 3DL's. This is one of the very last 27.7 built, in 2010, with only two owners she has been well cared for.
Length Overall : 8.83m (29' 0")
Waterline Length : 8.22m (27' 2'')
Beam : 2.74m (9' 8'')
Draft : 2.13m (7' 0")
Displacement : 2,649kg (5,842lbs)
To enjoy fast and easy sailing, upwind and downwind,To explore shallow water coasts and islands,To have fun and increase cruising range,To store the boat on land in the winter. Freedom is to be able to do all together, and more, on a single boat; freedom has a name: First 27.7
YANMAR 2YN15 15HP
Two blade folding prop
Last service May 2017
2 x 70 amp/hr batteries
12v/240v system with sockets
Shore power with cable
SLEEPS 6 IN TWO CABINS INCLUDING SALOON
Double berth in stylish open oval entry. Storage bags on each side running the length of the cabin. Large room for storage and sleeping. Under-berth stowage and a curtain separating the cabin and the main saloon.
Folding Drop-leaf central table, around stainless steel mast. Settees forward, both port and starboard. Stowage behind and underneath both seats.
Raised galley to port, two fully gimballed gas burners on the let with with work surface stainless steel sink with hot and cold water from a mixer tap. Open and closed storage above cooking area. Cool box on starboard side of boat. Waste bin below, with extra storage.
Chart table to starboard, with open access from center of cabin. Instruments and console on starboard side. large open space for charts and working.
Heads compartment to starboard behind companionway. Marine wc with hinged seat to cover. Washbasin with window above for light. Holding tank was removed to create a wet locker.
Large double berth to starboard, with stowage both sides while entering. Side entry to engine from this cabin. opening ports to cockpit.
Stainless steel standing rigging
Slab mainsail reefing
Deck mounted retractable pole
Two Harken 35 self tailing 2 speed genoa winches
Two Harken 35" self tailing 2 speed halyard winhes
Mainsail 3DL 860 (50-50 Carbon/Aramid) 10850 Dpi (fully battened) (June 2015, very little use)
Jib medium 3DL 860 (50-50 Carbon/Aramid) 14,700 Dpi (vertical battened) for furling system (June 2015, very little use)
A2 Asynmetric NorLon NO 75 (June 2015, very little use)
Dacron Mainsail battened (4) and Jib original supply in 2010 with yacht (no rips, holes or tears some fraying and age relating colour distortion but serviceable)
Raymarine A70D 6.5 Chartplotter
Raymarine Ray 52 VHF / DSC (October 2017)
Raymarine Speed, Depth, Wind T104-868 NMEA, (April 2015) system with wireless dual display on bulkhead and mast together with remote display control
1 Bilge pump, manual
Full set of navigation lights
Pulpit & Pushpit
Warps and Fenders
Manual bilge pump
Wind speed and direction
Shore power inlet