1977 Ericson 27
A classic family cruiser in great overall condition and ready to sail. Clean interior finished in varnished Mahgony with room for 5. Ericson made some of the best sailboats of the era and this one is a great example. Currently located in Anacortes Marina. I'm willing to help you move it to another location in the Puget Sound. What follows are details from the last survey completed in 2014 (a copy of which can be provided).
Designer: Bruce King Builder: Ericson Yachts Inc. At: Costa Mesa, CA
Year Built: September, 1977
Length: 26ft.9in.overall Beam: 9ft.0in. Draft: 3ft.11in.
20ft.6in. on waterline
Cruise speed: 5.5 knots Maximum speed: 6.5 knots (estimated)
Framing: Plywood bulkheads and platforms, fiberglass liner & transverse members, fiberglass stringers
Beams: Plywood bulkheads
Plating: Fiberglass laminate
Decks: Fiberglass laminate, balsa cored.
Superstructure: Fiberglass laminate, cored
Fasteners: Fiberglass laminate
Keel: Fin keel, internal encapsulated lead ballast, moderate draft
Rudder: Spade rudder, fiberglass shell on stainless steel frame
Anchors: Primary: Danforth 1600 with abt.8ft. of 5/16in. chain & 200ft. line rode
Spare: Danforth-type 15#.
Spars: Deck stepped anodized aluminum mast with one set of spreaders & boom Condition: Good
Deck fittings: Stainless steel & aluminum Condition: Good
Standing rigging: Stainless steel wire with swaged Navtec fittings & stainless turnbuckles Condition: Good
Running rigging: Low stretch rope and high modulus aramid fiber & wire. Condition: Good
Boom vang: Block & tackle
Furling gear: None
Sheet winches: Two Manufacturer: Barient Model/size: 22 Condition: Good
Halyard winches: One Manufacturer: Barlow Model/size: 16 Condition: Good
Main sheet traveler - Manufacturer: Schaefer. Track & car only. Condition: Good
Other features: Reefing gear is one point rigged to mast.
Mainsail: Dacron, standard length battens, one reef point by Mitchell Sails Condition: Serviceable
#1Genoa: Dacron 160% by Hood Condition: Serviceable
#2 Jib: Dacron 110% by Mitchell Sails Condition: Serviceable
Storm jib of Dacron by Mitchell Sails. Condition: Good
Fuel tank 12 gals. Material: Plastic with deck fill & vent
Water tank 15 gals. Material: Plastic with deck fill & vent
Holding tank 12 gals. Material: Plastic with deck evacuation & vent
Compass: Ritchie Type: Magnetic Size: 4 inch.
Direction finders: Lowrance GO2 handheld GPS
Fathometer: Horizon depth
Wind point: Windex
VHF: Standard Horizon Intrepid LE VHF.
2 Group 24 12v Batteries
Shorepower (30A) with cord and 120v outlets
Sink: Single stainless steel
Galley pumps: Pressure fresh water
Stove: Two burner stainless steel countertop by Princess fired by alcohol
Ice box: 4 cu.ft.
Miscellaneous: Mahogany cabinetry, laminate countertops
Accommodations for five persons. Two persons in forward cabin
One person in starboard settee
One person on port settee
One person in starboard quarter berth
Marine toilet(s): One manual.
Mahogany storage lockers.
-Life jackets (4 inflatable, plus extras)
-2 rain suits
-Battery charger (2014)
-Original Atomic 4 (not in service)
-Various cleaning supplies
-10ft inflatable dinghy available
-3.5hp Tohatsu dinghy motor and electric trolling motor available
Work done since I've owned it:
-New Tohatsu 9.9hp outboard (2014)
-New radio antenna (2016)
-Survey performed and main issues corrected (2014)
-New terminial bus
-Rebeded starbord handrail
-New battery charger
-New fire extinguishers
-New depth finder sender unit
-New main sheet
-Canvas should be replaced
-Haul out and cleaning should be performed
-Lifeline clasp on starboard side should be re-fitted/replaced
-Oil change should be performed on the outboard
Based on the survey, asking $9,990 but willing to negotiate due to the needs listed above.
Please contact Captain Steve Funk at Chesapeake Nautical Cruises, LLC to schedule a time to see it or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to hearing from you!