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Saturday Jun 23, 2018

#10129: 1977 27' Cal 2-27 Sailboat
Inventory ID: 10129 Location: Alameda, CA
Year:  1977 Length:  27'
Make:  Cal Model:  2-27
Height: N/A Beam: 9.3
Draft: 4.3 Displacement: 6700
Hull Material: Fiberglass HIN: CAB704860577
Engines: Single inboard diesel engine (Make/model/hp not visible). Engine was partially submerged, unknown if preserved. Corrosion was developing on the engine transmission and shaft coupler. Engine appears to have been partially submerged and does not appear to be operational. The propeller shaft is not connected to the engine.
Transmission: Transmission Make/model not visible, not tested. Corrosion noted at the aft end of the transmission.
Generator/Battery: There is no generator. Batteries (2), Batteries are flat, in poor condition.
Electronics: Horizon MD50 depth/speed and Ray-33 VHF/FM Radio telephone very old, appear in fair condition but not tested.
Ground Tackle: There is no windlass.
Rigging: There is no canvas.
Head: Single self-contained manual head (not tested) with integral holding tank, deck pump out and sink with vanity.
Galley: Galley sink drain sea valve not operational, ice box, Kenyon Homestrand 2 burner alcohol (in poor condition), no appliances tested. Salon with settee amidships, V-berth forward and the galley aft. Upholstery in poor condition, many cushions cloth torn and in need of cleaning. Headliner in poor condition, mildew along center section in main salon, falling down and coming loose in main salon.
Trailer: Trailer not included.
Shipping: This item is for Pick-up Only
Shipping Information: Item sold "where is". Assistance with shipping is generally available; however, buyer is responsible for costs of preparing item for shipment and charges for loading vessel onto trailer or transport.
Description: This 1977 27' Cal 2-27 Sailboat was flooded when cockpit scuppers became blocked with debris flooding interior. Hull in good condition with chalky gelcoat. Presence of a high water mark on lower areas of the interior woodwork. Lower cabinetry hinges were rusted and damaged. Plywood hatches in the cabin seating had been removed. Not all equipment could be tested as no power to vessel at time of inspection.


  • Boom in fair condition
  • Cockpit or Helm station in fair condition
  • Deck in good condition
  • Gauges and controls in fair condition. Brand: Morse shift and throttle, hour meter (1,259), battery condition meter. Handles for the throttle and shift controls not sighted.
  • Gunwale in good condition
  • Keel not sighted as vessel was in the water at this inspection.
  • Lifelines & Stanchions in fair condition, Lifeline covers cracking and showing rust stains.
  • Mast in good condition
  • Roller furling in good condition
  • Rudder & Tiller in fair condition. Port side of the tiller fitting cracked.
  • Sails in fair condition. Headsail not unfurled – does not appear to have ultraviolet protection. Forward end of mainsail cover torn, as is the top seam aft of the boom.
  • Swim ladder: Brackets installed on the transom but no ladder sighted.
  • Toe rail in good condition
  • Winches in poor condition. Turn freely but springs or pawls need attention.
  • Other Windows in fair condition, Starboard windows and frames appear to have been replaced.

    Florida 6% state sales tax will apply for Florida residents.

    Storage charges will accrue after the 10 day grace period. Loading fees will apply if no trailer included. Buyer is responsible for loading fees.

    Boat stands are not included.

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