This deal sound good? (Edited, more pics, page 2)
1977 Catalina 27, $7900. I've seen this boat sail past me like I was standing still several times on the water, it looks great there (I even have a few pictures of it) and all the upgrades make me happy. I'm going to look at it on Saturday. Here's the equipment list the broker sent me, I eliminated some of the redundant stuff like "Separate head area with privacy door" duh...
Atomic 4 Gas inboard
Controls in cockpit
Gori-geared folding 2 blade prop, new 2005
Engine in excellent running condition
Double lifelines and gates-P&S
Life lines-padded in cockpit
Custom stern rail seats
Varnished companionway hatch boards w/locking hasp
All exterior teak sanded and varnished
Garboard drain for winter storage
All thru hulls replaced with Nylon ball cocks 2005
2-Winches with blue “winchers” for Genoa sheets in cockpit
Adjustable Genoa tracks w/blocks
All S/S wire new 2005
New-Sheaves at mast head 2005
New halyards 2005
New Catalina chain plates installed 2005
New spreader bracket from Catalina 2005
Main bulkheads replaced 2005
Cutlass bearing on shaft replaced 2005
Newer traveler aft of helm
Main Doyle Dacron 2006 EC
Genoa Doyle Dacron 2006 EC
Jib Neil Pryde Dacron Original GC
130% Neil Pryde Dacron Original GC
Spinnaker Unknown Nylon Original GC
Drifter Unknown Nylon Original GC
New Mainsail cover 2006-Blue
Tiller Pilot-Autohelm 800
Battery selector switch
Battery charger from alternator
Separate Battery Charger
110V shore power w/cord
Windex at masthead
VHF radio New West Marine 2008
Bulkhead mounted compass
Lifesling on transom
Stern mounted boarding ladder-removable
Small cockpit cushions
USCG Safety gear
Ship’s papers and manuals
4 Post steel storage cradle included
Nice boat, of the 9 1977 Cat 27's on Yachtworld I think that one looks to be about the best deal. It's certainly below the mean on price
Do you sail on Ontario or Erie? My in-laws live in Buffalo; and we've been thinking about keeping a boat on Ontario, Olcott harbor maybe.
I'm really looking for a newer boat, but this one is local, has a lot of new stuff, and looks to be well maintained.
Have you looked at it in person? If so, how does it compare in real life to the Y/W photos?
D$@# right it's cold, this is freaking ridiculous for coming on the second week of February.
1977 Catalina 27 Sail Boat For Sale - www.yachtworld.com
It will NOT be trailerable as I am recalling you asking about in another thread, but, this one is a good deal, even if the boat looks half as good as the pics show! "IF" you can move up to a non trailer boat, and you can sail this one on the lake you normally sail on etc, it looks like one you should look at sooner than later!
By the way, what is so cold about 40F and overcast?!?!?!?! oh, you're not in Seattle you say!............
I have crossed the "trailerable" criteria off my list. There are trailers out there for it, but at the most it would be trailered to and from the marina in spring and fall. More likely it would never be trailered unless we move.
I have a much better picture of that boat, I took it sometime over the summer...
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