1971 CAL T2

Added 5 October, 2011

About this Sailboat:

The Cal 27 T2 (Genoa Jib)is a racing version of the original 27. I know for sure that the T2 does well, to this day, in sail races throughout our country. The Catalina 27 was introduced in 1971 and it became a major competitor to Cal. Only 380 of these were manufactured, therefore to some, it is a collectible item. Outboard power with a 9 foot beam and a convertible pop-top which gives her a very distinctive feature. The 27 T2 displaces only 5400 pounds but is very quick and well built. The only critique with this 27 was the lack of headroom (Practical Sailor Dec 1995). The keel is bone dry and the cabin include Wine glass holder, CB radio, all necessary marine equipment, including five type II life jackets, and an additional 310sqft main sail. Two stroke engine and maintenance is conducted regularly. This boat is simply looking for a good home and a owner for the upcoming season. Owners feel that the boat stands up well to windy conditions, stating that they feel safe in the boat because she is stable and remains under control when the usual precautions have been taken. (Practical Sailor Magazine, June 1, 1995.) We love to sail and recently upgraded to a 34 footer simply because of additional stowing for our diving equipment. Our asking price is $6,000 but open minded to negotiations.

Equipment on Board:

Yamaha 2 stroke engine 8HP, Portable Head (Type 3), 110 Volts AC shore power receptacle/distribution, 12 Volts DC lighting distribution, Flair Gun and hand held flairs, CB radio, Depth meter, Wind Speed Gauge, Speedometer, Flag Chart, Additional hardware and mooring lines, Dive ladder, 2 six gallons gas tank, 20 Gallon Fresh Water Tank, 150 ft Anchor line.


CAL T2
CAL T2
CAL T2
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