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1984 Cape Dory 270

20 November, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

Interior Designed to Accommodate 6 People for Sleeping
Vee Berth w/Filler Cushion
Port Settee Converts to a 44″ Wide Double When Pulled Out 10″ To Extended Position & Backrest Forms Berth Extension
Port & Starboard Backrests Swing Up to Fixed Position & Held in Place on Forward or Aft Bulkheads Using Sliding Bolt on End Backrest
Storage Bins, Drawers, & Lockers In All Areas of Boat & Allowing Even Distribution of Gear
Recess of Quarterberth & Foot-well on Starboard Settee Berth Can Provide Storage for Gear When Not in Use as a Berth
Two Doors in Passageway Through the Head Area Lock in Place In the Closed Position w/Sliding Bolts Mortised into Upper Frame of Door & Held in Place, When Open, by Friction Catch Mounted to Vanity Unit
8 Opening Ports & 2 Hatches Provide Cross Flow of Air
Hot & Cold Pressure Water in Galley & Head w/Shower
New Faucet & Head Installed in 2009
Sleeps 4-5. There is a V-Berth with filler sleeps 2, the starboard settee converts to a single berth and the port settee converts to a berth. The port quarter berth is a single.

Additional Information:
The Cape Dory 270 hull is molded in one piece using alternating layers of hand layed fiberglass rovings and mats bonded with lightweight polyester resin.
The lead ballast is cast and mounted inside the keel cavity of the hull. The ballast set is composed of three individually cast pieces each one of which is checked against an optimum weight and matched with others to produce the correct total weight.
All Paperwork & Owners Manual Also Included

Standard Electrical System Powered by 12 Volt 75Amp Hour Battery
Battery Compartment Below Quarter-berth
AC System Operates on 115 Volt, 60 Cycle Current w/Power Supplied by 30 Amp Shore Service Via a Shore Power Cord & Receptacle in Cockpit Well
Navigation Lights
Interior Cabin Lights

Mast Deck Stepped on a Compression Post Member Extending From Underside of the Deck to Ballast.
Harken Roller Furling System
Newer Used Main Fitted for CD 270 & Employed in 2011
Genoa in

Equipment on Board:

Engine Brand: Westerbeke
Engine(s) Total Power: 13 HP
Engine Model: W13
Engine Type: Inboard
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Cruising Speed: 5 knots
Maximum Speed: 6 knots
Year Built: 1984

Battened mainsail
Furling genoa

Steering wheel

Inside Equipment:
Hot water
Marine head – New Head & Faucet in 2009

Electrical Equipment:
Shore power inlet
Electrical Circuit: 12V

Outside Equipment/Extras
Cockpit table – Teak w/Cup Holders
Swimming ladder

Bimini Top
Mainsail cover

Compass – At Pedestal

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