Highlights include a Refrigerator converted Ice box, custom built aft rail seats, a Rutland 913 wind generator, Hot water heater and Water Tender 9.4 Dingy.
The Nav suite needs troubleshooting and possible replacement and there are a few small "in work" projects, but other than that, this boat is ready to go. This is a solid, well built boat.
Her classic lines make this a timeless beauty and she stands out in a harbor full of white plastic boats.
Over $30K invested in the past 3 years… Clean Boat History report from boathistoryreport.com and recent survey available for serious buyers.
As described in the company brochure: The Com-Pac 27 is built in the traditional Hutchins style, with bronze ports, bronze deck hardware, and extensive teak. She is fast, tracks straight, maneuvers tightly, and accelerates easily. Her balanced ends offer agile performance even in light air. She turns within her own length and motors as well as she sails. The Com-Pac 27/2's interior allows standing head room, six berths and an enclosed head with hot water shower. A full galley, hanging locker and storage space helps to satisfy the needs of a cruising family.
Length OA 29' 7"
Draft 3'6", Length Keel, Lead and Concrete
Displacement: 6,000 lbs
Ballast: 2,500 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 35'8"
Over 6 feet of headroom inside
Sleeps 6 with forward V-berth, to Port double berth and to starboard a set of bunks (good for kids up to teens)
Lots of Storage throughout to include a hanging locker
Teak and Holly cabin sole
L-Shaped galley to port
Origo 2 burner stove
Converted ice box with a strong 12V Adler Barbour refrigerator
Single SS sink in Galley
50 gal fresh water tank
12v 2 GPM fresh water pump (new in 07)
Pressurized hot and cold water in Galley and Head (sink and shower)
Hot water provided by Atwood 6 gallon combo hot water heater (120V shore power or inboard engine heat)
Additional Manual cold potable water pump in Head
Raritan manual marine head (rebuilt in Dec 09)
Recent bottom work with new epoxy coating and bottom paint (Dec 09)
Well maintained strong Universal M12, 10 HP Diesel, 830 Hours
3 blade 13” X 16” prop (rebuilt in Dec 09)
Alternator rebuilt (Dec 09)
13 gallon aluminum diesel fuel tank
Racor inline cartridge water separator and secondary cartridge fuel filter
New cockpit fuel gauge (Dec 09)
3 group series #24 batteries (New in Aug 07, 2 house, 1 start)
Rutland 913 12v wind generator (not currently installed but works well)
Xantrex Truecharge 10 amp battery charger
New Pos and Neg house battery buses (Dec 09)
New 4 gauge battery cables (Dec 09)
4-110V GFCI protected outlets via shore power
New SS white and red interior lights (Jul 07)
Garmin GPSmap 76s (works great)
Horizon VHF (works great)
Navico Depth indicator (intermittent)
Navico Knot Meter (powers up, but no speed indications)
Navico Wind Vector Display (Head mast unit removed)
Navico Auto Pilot (never used but all hardware and wiring present)
Isofurl roller furling head stay
Lewmar #16 self-tailing and # 6 winches
Running rigging replaced in Aug 07
Main, Jib and 135% Genoa (rebuilt in 07)
2 Lifeline gates
2 Deck hatches w/ Screens
6 Opening ports w/ Screens
2 Dorade vents
2 Cockpit lockers
Bootstripe and trim stripe were repainted 2007
Fresh water faucets replaced in 2007
Screened companionway cover
2 anchors with over 150' 3/8 nylon rode NS 40’chain (Danforth and Bruce Plow)