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Old 21-06-2015, 10:14   #1
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Dockrell 27 (1987): Sturdy English Cruiser Located on Miami Beach - Asking $8000 USD

Dockrell 27 (1987): Sturdy English Cruiser with Cutter Rig, Completely Stocked Anchored Off Miami Beach.

The Dockrell 27 was designed by Ian Anderson and built throughout the 70s and 80's by Dockrell Yachts of Tavistock. This is a solid blue-water fibreglass boat with an excellent reputation for safety and would be an ideal boat to live-aboard or explore the Caribbean and beyond. The unique British design with a full winged keel and only a 3 foot draft is perfect for inter-coastal cruising and allows passage into shallow harbours that other boats shy away from. This boat is "turn-key" ready and can be sailed immediately, in fact I just completed my own trip from Canada down the east coast of the United States and throughout the Caribbean. Since I purchased this boat I have invested a lot of my own money and time preparing it to sail - so most of the equipment has backups, tools are included, etc. I am selling it because my own adventure is over and I am planning on going back to school in the fall.

Asking Price: $8000 USD
Location: Miami Beach, Flordia, USA

LOA: 27'
LWL: 21'
Displacement: 7,000 lbs
Ballast: 3,200 lbs
Keel type: Long iron wing keel
Draught: 3'
Sail Area: 314 sq ft
Beam: 8'
Berths: Sleeps 5 (one single and two double saloon style beds + one double bed in the fore-cabin)

Engines:
-Mercury 8HP BigFoot 4-stroke outboard motor (2011) + 60W alternator, well maintained (original diesel inboard was removed and an inboard-outboard motor well was created to increase the storage space and make maintenance simpler - the entire motor can be removed for servicing!) , well maintained and reliable.
-Honda 2HP 4-stroke (BF2D) dinghy motor (2003), recently overhauled and runs well.
-21 gallon gasoline capacity which will be topped up at time of purchase (3.5 gallon main tank, 3.5 gallon backup main, two 5 gallon and four 1.25 gallon jerry cans).
-Equipment for general motor maintenance including: two backup fuel lines, funnels, replacement gaskets, spark plugs, oil, replacement fuel filter , motor flushing cups, etc.

Power:
-Much of the wiring has been re-done since time of purchase and is in good condition .
-Shore power ready (two 120V AC outlets + shore power cable and plug).
-New 20W solar panel with charge controller (plus additional backup charge controller and ~20W solar panels not currently installed).
-New 400W wind turbine from West Marine with charge controller (warranty still good) .
-Two marine deep cycle batteries with battery selector switch.
-Five 12V DC outlets (car-jack type), plug in inverter to 120V AC and plug in USB charging attachment.
-Equipment for general electrical maintenance including: spare wire and extension cord, butane powered soldering iron, heat shrink, liquid electrical tape, multimeter, etc.

Sails:
-Main Sail - in good condition, two reef points.
-Backup Main Sail - for emergencies, moderate condition with one reef point.
-Stay Sail (Cutter) – in good condition, one reef point.
-Yankee Sail - in good condition.
-Jib Sail - in good condition, one patch.
-Two sail patch kits.

Anchors:
-Well oversized Danforth main anchor + 30' chain and 100' nylon rode.
-CQR anchor + 30' chain and 100' nylon rode.
-Claw anchor + 30' chain and 170' nylon rode.
-Small Grapple anchor + 5' chain and 40' nylon rode for dinghy.
-Internal anchor chain/rode storage compartment on bow.

Dinghy:
-Only two year old inflatable, reasonable condition.
-General “going ashore” gear including: anchor, bailing bucket, oars (two main and two backups), lock and wire for security, etc.
-Low quality backup inflatable for use in emergencies only.

Navigation:
-Standard Horizon Explorer VHF and GPS with serial to USB connection (interfaces with a laptop chart plotter).
-Netbook/chart-plotter running OpenCPN .
-Slide out navigation station.
-Paper Charts for the North Eastern coast and cruising guides for the inter-coastal water way and Bahamas (2015).
-Basic depth meter.
-All LED navigation lights.
-Radar reflector.
-Built in compass with light (backup hand-held compass).
-Binoculars.

Miscellaneous Electronics:
-Radio with four speakers (and a small portable speaker for going to shore, etc.).
-LED lights throughout the cabin.
-Electric bilge pump (with manual backup).
-Battery charge meter.

Interior:
-Couches with cushions, sleeping bag, pillows and sheets.
-Fully functional head with 18 Gallon holding tank (pumps into tank first then direct pump out from tank while off shore or at a pump out station) and locking door for privacy.
-Ice box.
-Lots of storage space for a boat this size.

Water:
-28 gallon main holding tank under v-berth.
-10 gallon additional capacity with two 5 gallon jerry cans.
-Foot pump sink in kitchen and foot pump sink in bathroom.

Fishing:
-Ugly Stick deep water rod and reel.
-Well stocked tackle box with spare line/weights/etc.
-Poll spear with tips.
-Fishing net.
-Fish hook on a poll.
-Tools for preparing caught fish including: fillet knives, cutting board, gloves, etc.

General Equipment:
-Medium sized semi-dry suit for going overboard in cold water (say off the coast of Maine to dislodge a lobster pot!).
-Full complement of tools (should be able to repair everything on the boat with some ingenuity).
-Three boat hooks/gaffs.
-6 Fenders, various sizes.
-DIY mooring ball.
-Spare shackles, clasps, hardware, etc.
-Dock line and spare line for other purposes.
-Four life jackets.
-Three fire extinguishers.
-Air horn (and backup sound signalling device).
-Leather, fabric, vinyl, tarp, sewing supplies, etc.
-Bosins chair for going up the mast.
-Life ring and line for emergencies.
-Motor mount for dinghy motor (the whole dinghy can be brought on deck while sailing).

Miscellaneous:
-Fold away Bimini top.
-Fold away Dodger (poor condition but works).
-Umbrella, outside table, inside table, screen door slats.
-Complete Kitchenware (pots, pans, plates, knives, forks, cutting boards, tongs, etc.).
-Propane BBQ and propane canisters.
-Alcohol stove (poor condition but works).
-Alcohol space heater/stove combo.
-Toiletries + water purification tablets + basic first aid and medical supplies.
-Various cleaning supplies.
-Various canned foods and storage crates (leftover from my own trip).
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Old 22-06-2015, 14:02   #2
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Re: Dockrell 27 (1987): Sturdy English Cruiser Located on Miami Beach - Asking $8000

*I forgot to mention that there is an additional fibreglass dinghy included (second last picture), it seats 3-4 people max and was just repainted.
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Re: Dockrell 27 (1987): Sturdy English Cruiser Located on Miami Beach - Asking $8000

Is the boat ready to sail or still in need of further preparation and fittings??
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Re: Dockrell 27 (1987): Sturdy English Cruiser Located on Miami Beach - Asking $8000

Hey rlabib, The boat is ready to sail immediately. Let me know if you have any other questions.
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Re: Dockrell 27 (1987): Sturdy English Cruiser Located on Miami Beach - Asking $8000

I will be returning to west Palm beach late July early august. I am definitely interested. Do you have an email I can contact you with?

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