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1979 Helms 27

17 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

In 2009 hauled out,

existing inboard motor removed,

hull neatly faired, 2009 Yamaha 15 HP w/ 15 inch Garelic motor mount installed,

transom heavily reinforced,

3 coats of antifouling paint,

topsides painted.

2009 swim ladder with custom teak platform,

2009 teak cockpit floor,

cocobolo tiller w/ custom cover.

2009 all running rigging replaced.

2009 new Rule bilge pump, plumbing, new Whale manual pump accessible from cockpit.

2009 new cushions.

2009 new starboard lifeline.

2009 all deck hardware

2009 new electric panel.

2009 all winches serviced.

2009 Interstate house battery.

2009 new companionway frame and boards, new teak grabrails, new teak portlights frames.

2010 deck painted w/ two part Interlux Perfection.

2010 new mainsail cover and some other canvas.

2010 new spreaders, bow light and anchor light, new mast wiring.

170% Genoa, 150% Genoa, Mule jib, mainsail, asymmetric spinnaker, all in good condition.

Very good light air performance and overall performance, fun to sail.

2009 35 pound Delta anchor w/ 15 feet of chain, older, smaller Danforth anchor.

External lead keel

Porta-Potty 2009.
Plumbing an new through hull for
permanent toilet ready.

New unused water tank under v-birth with plumbing, some connections needs to be made ( I didn’t need it).

The boat never has never seen salt water.

The boat is sailed every weekend.

The price is drastically reduced.

Option to buy for $8,000 without outboard motor

Equipment on Board:

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