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1977 Islander Bahama

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Oxnard, CA
Listed: 02-15-2021
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$12,500 US

The owner bought this boat in 2018

Standard features

This 1977 sailboat was designed by Robert Perry and built in 1977. I have owned her for almost three years. She is a great cruizing boat for safe overnight trips to Californias offshore islands. The engine is very reliable. The rigging, electronics, bottom paint, instrumentation, ground tackle, dinghy and many other upgrades have been added (see below). I am asking 12,500.

LOA 27 11 (8.51 m.)
LWL 23 1 (7.04 m.)
Beam 9 11 (3.02 m.)
Draft (standard) 5 0 (1.52 m.)
Sail Area (100%) 361 sq. ft. (33.5 sq. m.)
Ballast 3,000lb. (1,361 kg.)
Displacement 7,000 lb. (3,175 kg.)
Water 20 gal. (75.8 l.)
Fuel 20 gal. (75.8 l.)
Engine – Perkins 20 Diesel (18 hp)
Transmission - Hurth HW 100

Extra gear included

Life Jackets, Horn, bell, and up to date fire extinguishers and flares
New bottom paint 2018. Still in great condition (bottom cleaned every month, zincs replaced as needed)
Fridge (110 volt)
Flat Screen TV
Microwave
Two people dinghy with Minn Kota Digny (30 lbs thrust)

Improvements to the hull, deck, rigging, engine, or interior

Rigging (2 years old)
ST2000 autopilot (still on warranty)
Garmin 74VC chart plotter with sonar
Furuno 1620 Radar
VHF 25 watt VHF with AIS (Standard Horizon GX2200)
100 Watt Solar panel and charge controller
Flat screen TV Monitor (24”)
Safety lines (5/16” double braid nylon)
Two AGM batteries
Solar/charge-controller and 100 watt solar panel
Bow anchor – 25 lb. Mantis anchor with 60 feet of 1/4” G40 HT chain and 375 ft of ½” three strand nylon road.
Stern Anchor 13 lb. Danforth with 40 ft ¼” galvanized G40 HT chain and 250 ft ½” three strand nylon road
Cockpit speakers
Magma Grill
Flopper Stopper system
All LED lights
Manual tiller bar
New Instrument panel and wiring
Backup tiller
Sunbrella cockpit cushions
Sunbrella cockpit shade covers
Manual bilge pump
Jack lines
Lazy jacks
Deck sun shower (up to 105 degrees)
New main halyard
New high performance vhf antenna (Shakespeare)


Recently replaced on Engine:

Alternator (with old backup which works fine)
Fuel pump
Primary Racor Fuel filter and new secondary filter
Raw Water Pump (also includes old one that was rebuilt)
Glow plugs (plus extra set)
Engine shut off cable
All fuel hoses, water hoses, and c-clamps
Exhaust elbow, lift muffler, and hoses (and hose clamps too)


Sails (all in fair shape):

135 genoa Dacron
110 storm Dacron
110 mylar
Port and starboard Davis wind tells

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