2/11/06, 1976 Catalina 27, Grand Pappy Point Marina, Lake Texoma, Denison, Texas, asking $7,500, sold 3/29/06

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1976 Catalina 27

  • Tall Rig (Dinette model)
  • Ferlux roller furling/150 Genoa
  • Over-the-cabin main sheet traveler
  • Pressurized water w/15gal tank
  • Marine Head w/25gal holding tank
  • Datamarine Corinthian II depth finder
  • Datamarine Corinthian Series knotmeter
  • Propane two burner stove
  • Edson Wheel w/compass - cockpit table
  • Atomic 4 gas inboard
  • VHF radio
  • Guest battery charger
  • 30# Danforth
  • all C.G. required safety gear. flares, PFD's etc.
  • 1m candlelight DC spotlight
  • Marine AM/FM/CD
  • Magma rail mount Grill
  • Microwave (AC)
  • 13' AC/DC color TV/VCR
  • Complete service for four dinnerware
  • Spare hardware for almost every component on the boat.
  • 15# Danforth aft
  • Multiple recreational flotation devices
  • Electric bilge pump, (not installed)
  • All new white face engine gauges w/teak mounting panel (not installed)
  • Dock box w/spares, cleaning supplies etc…

  • Removed and refinished all interior teak (Winter 02.)
  • Replaced all cleats and cleat blocks (Spring 05.)
  • Removed and rebuilt all winches (Spring 05.)
  • Complete overhaul of electrical system;
  • New AC circuit panel, 2 new DC circuit panels, 3 new GFI AC outlets, and new three position main battery switch (Winter 04.)
  • Upgraded to Guest 'Smart Charge' charger. (Winter 04)
  • Two new deep cycle marine batteries.(Winter 04)
  • Added HEI ignition system. (Spring 03)
  • Replaced hoses for engine cooling system w/new thru-hull (Spring 03)
  • New fuel system lines. (Spring 03)
  • New forward deck. (Spring 04)
  • New head. (Spring 05)
  • Remove re-sealed and tinted all windows. (Winter 03)

    Gelcoat/Fiberglass is in pretty good shape for a 76. A few spider cracks here and there nothing serious purely cosmetic. Minor damage at mounting points for aft railing and railing a bit out of shape.

    Bottom job is due either this year or next year. During the warm months I keep her scrubbed and regularly perform a visual inspect from the water.

    I have a complete set of new white face gauges, (engine temp, oil pressure & voltmeter,) plus ignition & blower switches and a teak panel. Planned to redo the instrument panel this spring.

    The only thing that needs attention soon is the outside Teak. There a couple of inconsequential lines that should be replaced but only for cosmetic reasons. The sails are old but function very well. Unless you race they will probably last for a good while longer with regular upkeep and repair. I was going to replace the main this year but purely for experimental reasons. I was looking at possibly going with a lighter sail hoping for a little more speed.

    This boat is in great shape and has been well maintained. Never been in salt water. It is a sweet sailing boat and has given us many hours of sailing pleasure. Much sweat equity in this one. Hate to let her go but circumstances require it.

    Just to let you know my boat sold yesterday.
    It was the 76 Catalina 27 at Lake Texoma.

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