A beautiful classic sailboat, designed by the legendary Carl Alberg.
The Bristol 27 is narrow, with long overhangs, graceful low-slung sheerlines, and sweeping full keel that is cutaway in the forefoot.
With her shallow draft she can sneak into places on the Chesapeake that larger boats can only dream of.
And her full keel and heavy displacement ensures that she can plow through all the rough chop that the Bay can throw at her!
But dont let that hold you back, the last owner took Wanderer as far away as Maine and back.
She's as sturdy as she is graceful. Check out http://bluewaterboats.org/bristol-27/ to learn more!
SLIP NEAR ANNAPOLIS PAID THROUGH END OF MARCH 2017!!
I'm sorry to be selling her, but a growing family means it's time to say goodbye. My loss is your gain!
Partial equipment list:
Mainsail with 2 reefing points
Roller reefing 110% jib
6hp Tohatsu sail pro, long-shaft, 4-stroke with built-in alternator for simple battery charging (motor sits in an outboard well, so it's protected from following seas rather than hanging off the back of the boat)
extra fuel tanks
throwable flotation cushions
Coleman 2-burner propane camping stove
tiller-pilot (not currently hooked up, and largely unused)
screens for the fore-hatch and companionway hatch to let the fresh air in and keep the bugs out
UNUSED 2.6 gallon portable head (link)
12volt sealed battery (no need to ad water)
2 boat hooks (~6 feet)
lots of written documentation of the boat's history
complete complement of manuals for all equipment on board, right down to the percolating coffee pot!