The boat is a 1980 and all the systems aboard her work. She is the desirable Cherubini designed version of the Hunter 27. Her propulsion is all electric. A large 25 Hp max (10 Hp continuous) motor is driven by four brand new (April 2015) deep cycle batteries running in series at 48 volt.
The house electric is stepped down from 48v to 12v via a transformer, so there is a massive amount of house power available.
There is also a shore power connection with outlets in the galley, nav station, and head.
A hard-wired onboard 110V AC to 48V DC charger can be used to charge the batteries from shore power or even afloat using the included 1,200 Watt generator.
The boat has no diesel or other foul smell.
The cushions are in very good condition...lots of teak below.
The sails are in fair condition and the boat has pedestal steering (uses the original throttle levers to control the electric motor).
There is a 40 gal freshwater tank with an electric pressurized pump serving the sinks in the head and galley.
All the interior lighting was upgraded to LED bulbs and there is a small bilge pump.
The galley has an ample ice box and a fully functional two burner alcohol stove.
The head includes a porta potty, and there is room to install a toilet and holding tank if you are so inclined (some of these boats have them, this particular one never did).
The head doors close forward and aft of the head making it private.
In the last couple of years I have replaced both the topside hatches with better than original Bomar hatches, and all the running rigging was also replaced.
I repainted the bottom in 2013. All the navigation and masthead lights work.
The boat includes two danforth anchors and suitable rodes (one forward one aft) along with 4 fenders and dock lines. The emergency tiller is located beneath the skippers seat.