About this Sailboat:
This Erickson 27 sailboat is a solidly built cruiser. It’s in excellent condition for it’s age as we’ve put a lot of (well spent) time and effort into maintaining this. (see photos below)
This particular sailboat came from the factory set up for an outboard even though there is a diesel compartment built in. So you have the option of easily installing an inboard, but it comes with the outboard.
One particularly cool feature of this boat is the built-in wood stove, perfect for the NW because it produces totally dry heat. You can stay warm in this all winter.
The boat was last hauled out in Summer 2011 — it was painted, the thru hull fittings were inspected and all new valves installed. Also, the fin keel is moulded into the hull so there are no keel bolts.
I currently have a moorage (~$320/month) on the north end of Lake Union that may be transferrable, please let me know if this is something you’re interested in and I can talk to the marina manager.
Ericson 27 – 1974
LOA 26′ 9″
LWL 20′ 6″
Beam 9′ 0″
Draft 3′ 11″
Headroom 6′ 1″
Mast height waterline to masthead 36′ 3″
Ballast (lead) 2,900 lbs
Equipment on Board:
Features of this Ericson 27:
A new (Fall 2011) Mercury four stroke 8 hp outboard powers this boat at 6 knots.
4 sail inventory: double reeding main, a fully batten main, a jib, a 150 genoa.
New head set up for the current pump out stations
12 gallon fresh water tank
Deep sink in the galley
Functioning Kenyon 2 burner Alcohol stove
Large ice chest with battery operated cooling
Built-in wood stove
Shore power connection
Battery and AC powered cabin lights
Two depth finders
Marine Am / Fm CD player with (great) speakers
New V berth and quarter berth cushions (upholstering was upwards of $1000 last year)
Neat ‘easy jack’ system set up for clean, easy main lowering
Add-ons that come with it:
New (2010) VHF radio
Installed Danforth anchor