1976 Bristol Bristol 27

Added 5 January, 2013

About this Sailboat:

Designed by Carl Alberg. The hull shape has a short waterline with long overhangs. Cutaway full length keel with attached rudder provides sailing stability and is good heavy weather performer.

Equipment on Board:

ENGINE: Universal Atomic Four, 30 HP gasoline. 20 gal monel fuel tank, bilge blower. Replaced coil and electric fuel pump, and added secondary fuel filter between fuel pump and carburator in 2012.

SAILS: Banks mainsail, 1999; Banks 130% genoa, 2001; working jib, all on Hood LD roller furling. Mainsheet traveler and lazy jacks.

ELECTRICAL: Two deep cycle 12 volt batteries, isolator switch

CABIN: Four bunks in two separate cabins, fitted bottom sheets for V-berth bunks. Hanging locker and enclosed head with porta-potty with 6 gal holding tank plumbed to deck pump-out fitting.

GALLEY: Two burner Origo alcohol stove; sink with fresh water foot pump;approx 15 gal fresh water tank. Ice box with cockpit access.

ELECTRONICS AND NAVIGATION:Garmin GPS MAP 545S Chart plotter, Apelco VHF radio; Datamarine depth sounder, Ritchie bulkhead-mounted compass; Simrad T-10 tiller pilot

OTHER: Repainted deck with non-skid paint in 2010. Coast Guard safety equipment: three ABC fire extinguishers, flares, life sling, throwable cushions, running lights, life jackets. One claw and one Danforth type anchors with rodes. Manual bilge pump. custom dodger with zip-on sunshade and main sail cover; removable swim ladder and two sun showers. West Marine inflatable roll-up sports dinghy, Mercury 3.3 hp outboard motor, Force 10 Marine gas barbeque grill with stern rail mount.


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