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1984 Aloha Aloha

17 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

Joss, is a well sorted out yacht for racing or cruising, recently upgraded with a furling genoa. We still enjoy sailing her with the previous owner who bought her in 1986.

Our new boat has arrived and we must sell!

All systems are ready to give you a full season of pleasure on the water.

The Aloha 8.2 incorporates a skeg, en essential often missing on yachts of this size, to add strength to the rudder. Both are placed well aft. Her moderate fin keel assures good tracking.

The Aloha 8.2 makes good use of the waterline to turn in an impressive performance
on any tack, in any weather. To compliment hull speed, we’ve selected a fractional rig to allow for the maximum performance with a minimum sail inventory. The fractional rig also makes the 8.2 easy to control, so you can relax and enjoy the spirited sailing.

Below decks you’ll find a warm, welcoming layout spacious enough to satisfy those couples with longer coastal or inland cruises in mind. The galley is purposeful with plenty of stowage.

Aft to starboard you’ll find the navigation station, another feature often left out on other 27’s. The port settee is curved to form a more comfortable conversation area around the bulkhead-mounted table. When not in use, the table folds up, out of the way.

Fine hardwoods prevail throughout, from shelving and cabinetry right down to the teak and holly cabin sole. And, the Aloha 8.2 offers full headroom in the main saloon as well as
into the forward V-berth. The forward berth is private and roomy for a captain and mate. Two guests can be comfortably accommodated on the pull-out settee in the main saloon.

Equipment on Board:

Electronics and Navigation:
Autohelm Tiller Pilot
Autohelm (Raymarine) tri-data speed, depth, temp.
Autohelm (Raymarine) wind machine
Icom VHF
Raymarine GPS
2 Batteries

On Deck:
Tiller steering
Stern & bow pulpit w/ double lifelines
4 winches – two upgraded Barient 16 on coach house
All lines lead to cockpit – two new haylards
Swim ladder
Force 10 bbq

Below Decks:
Bilge blower
Manual & electric bilge pumps
Marine head w/ holding tank 7yrs new.
Teak & holly cabin sole
Chart table
Top of the line teak interior
Safety Equipment and Extras
Anchor & 100’ rode
Various fenders & dock lines
2 life jackets
Radar reflector – new L.E.D. anchor light on top of the mast!
Life ring
Steel cradle

Aloha Aloha
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