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Hullmaster 27
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Description: Hullmaster 27
Keywords: Hullmaster 27
 


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Registered: January 2000
Location: maryland
Posts: 1888
Review Date: Fri August 1, 1997 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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Sloop rig, 418 sq ft of sail, approx 7800 lbs. Hull and rigging SOLIDLY Canadian built,(strong & oversize) I found her lying derelict for 13 years and she withstood all the rigors of Northeast winters. Perfect cruiser for two, sleeps four. Has off-shore, off center hatchway, small cockpit, and all interior work very well done, as much room as most 28's. One drawback is lack of sufficient water tankage. Sails well, points well, somewhat tender due to large sail area, needs reef at 15 knots. Has modified full keel, cutaway forefoot, skeg hung rudder, wheel steering, and will take the breezes up to 25 - 30 knots, reefed and roaring. Diesel is Farymann, 10 hp., sufficient for auxillary power. I added another 18 X 18 hatch to the main salon for air flow as well as another opening port in the head. Dorades work fine to put air in between the hull and the interior liner to keep the boat cool and without sweat. Made convenience modifications to allow singlehanding and brought all halyards and working lines to the cockpit. My compliments to Brewer and Waldstrom for building such a well performing and well appointed pocket cruiser. PS - Anyone know where I can find their 31 Hullmaster?
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