Built in 1992. GRP construction with white topsides and superstructure, twin bilge keels, self draining aft cockpit with tiller steering, Bermudan sloop rig with self tacking jib and 6 berth internal layout with maximum headroom of around 5â11â.
Designed by David Thomas and built by Hunter Boats, UK. Hull No 117.
LOA 27â0â" (8.23m)
Beam 9' 0" (2.7m)
LWL 21â3 (6.5m)
Draft 3' 2" (0.9m)
Headroom 5' 11" max
Displacement 4800 lbs
Ballast 1940 lbs
1992, twin keel Hunter Horizon 272 with Yanmar 1GM10 diesel (1997), 2017 survey, furling genoa, zip bag mainsail cover, sprayhood, dodgers and canopy, great "ready to sail" boat!
Yanmar 1GM10 single cylinder 10HP inboard diesel engine (installed new in 1997). Raw water cooling. Shaft drive to 3 blade fixed propeller. Morse controls, electric start, 50 litre fuel tank.
Alternator charging to 2 x 12 volt batteries.
Compass, Clipper depth sounder, Clipper windspeed and direction, West Marine VHF radio, Garmin GPS Map 180, windvane at masthead, navigation lights, steaming light.
Jackstay lifelines, lifebuoy, 4 lifejackets, 2 safety harnesses, Distress Beacon (EPIRB), manual bilge pump.
Stainless steel pushpit, pulpit and guardwires, sprayhood, dodgers, cockpit canopy, cockpit cushions, boarding ladder, tiller steering, halyard/sheet winches, Danforth anchor with chain and warp, CQR plough anchor with chain and length of nylon warp, various mooring warps and 8 fenders.
Slab reefing mainsail with zip bag mainsail cover and lazyjacks. Genoa roller reefing system with furling self tacking jib. Cruising Chute. Fractional rigged Bermudan sloop with deck stepped silver anodised mast and boom by Z Spars, stainless steel standing rigging.
Her galley has a gas cooker with 2 burners and grill, coolbox, freshwater supply to stainless steel sink from 64 litre water tank. Separate heads compartment with marine toilet and washbasin. 15 gallon holding tank. Blue upholstery, curtains.
She has 5/6 berths in 2 cabins including 2 small âVâ berths in the forepeak, 2 single settee berths and a double berth in her aft cabin.
Purchased by her present owner in 2017, a survey report was also carried out in 2017 with only minor recommendations. Her owner had Tollesbury Marina replace the toilet seacock and other associated parts including hoses in 2018. Her engine has been serviced annually. Her owner has sailed her for two Summers and thoroughly enjoyed her, she has the self tacking jib and is an easy boat to sail.