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The Dockrell 27 is a solidly built shallow draft (0.91m) long keel yacht with unusual winged base designed for drying out. With an excellent ballast ratio, they have a good reputation for seaworthiness. Accommodation for up to 5 with V berth twin / double in the fore-cabin, separate head, saloon with one single berth and a second which converts to a double. Galley with sink, hob and grill. Cutter rig with in-mast Mainsail, roller furling Genoa and self tacking jib.
Yanmar GM20F 18hp inboard diesel with shaft driven 3 bladed prop. Good access from cockpit sole and saloon. 2 x 12Volt batteries provide engine start and service power, these being charged via the engine and shore power battery charger. The fuel tank and fuel lines have recently been replaced.
GRP construction with shallow draft (0.91m) long keel with winged base for taking the ground. Transom hung rudder with tiller steering.
Bermudan Cutter rig with deck stepped alloy mast and spars and stainless wire standing rigging. In-mast furling Mainsail, roller furling Genoa and self tacking Jib.
Mainsail said to be in "good condition".
Genoa by Goacher Sails (2020) - said to be in "new condition".
Self tacking Jib said to be in "good condition".
5 berths with forecabin V berth twin / double, saloon single berth with second berth which converts to a double. Central saloon table and chart table to starboard. Galley with sink, gas hob and grill, separate head with new Jabsco sea toilet. Some of the saloon windows need re-sealing and there are 2 new port lights with the boat waiting to be fitted. All cushions and upholstery replaced approximately 3 years ago.
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