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1974 Cal 2-27

6 October, 2011 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

“je t’amie” (French for “I Love You”)

This boat is very comfortable for two people and is great for four as well. We have owned it since April 2010 and have decided to get a smaller boat.

1 main sail, 5 head sails: #1 170%, #2 150%, Heavy Jib, Tall Staysail, Drifter
Spinnaker pole and rigging
lines led aft
2 danforth anchors, larger and less large
double back-stays
Hard dodger, strong enough to stand on – protection from weather
swim ladder on stern
Two batteries
Sink with hand pump
Nice woodwork inside (panelling and trim)

Recently I have:

Replaced the life lines
Re-bed the starboard aft stanchion and resealed the others
Had a broken stanchion re-welded.
Pulled, inspected, cleaned, and reinstalled the chainplates.
New turnbuckles/clevis pins
Had a custom instrument panel fabricated – installed with new auto bilge switch
Installed a new custom prop shaft coupler to replace original flex coupler

April 2010 haul out:
New prop shaft
bottom paint/zincs

The engine is the original A30 Farymann Diesel 12hp. The engine runs well, starts every time without fail. Transmission was acting slightly funny recently, but still worked.

The boat floats, no holes, sails very well, and motors. She’ll get you there!

Equipment on Board:

Cal 2-27
Cal 2-27
Cal 2-27
Cal 2-27
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