This is a very tidy example of these pretty little fast cruisers. In 2007/8 she was completely refitted, including new Yanmar engine with Gori folding prop, new upholstery and headlinings, new electronics and rewiring, new sprayhood and dodgers, new rigging and much more. She has Eberspacher cabin heating for cosy nights afloat, and is ready to go. An excellent opportunity to purchase a boat which is safe enough for beginners, yet spirited enough for experienced sailers.
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Yanmar 1GM10, 9hp marine diesel engine Installed 2008 to replace original. New wiring loom and control panel. Shaft (2008) drive to Gori 2 blade folding propeller (2008). Electrics Alternator charging to 2 x 12 volt batteries, with split charge relay to ensure engine battery is charged first. Tankage Fuel tank: 8 gallons Water Tanks port and starboard: 10 gallons
5 Berths in 2 cabins 2 singles converting to double in forward cabin with triangular infill;
Dinette in saloon converts to double berth plus single quarter berth to Stbd aft. All upholstery replaced with Florentine 82 blue in 2008 with additional foam. Large lockers under all berths. Large wet locker to starboard opposite heads. Three teak faced lockers on port side. Teak and black ebony flooring throughout. Clock and barometer in main saloon.
Galley in saloon with 2 burner & grill gas cooker. Stainless steel basin with plastic removable basin fresh water by hand pump. Work counter with large and small storage locker below, and sliding perspex faced locker above. Crockery and Cutlery All gas pipes replaced 2008
Saloon table converts into double berth. Fitted with a variable height and angle stand to improve space in the cabin.
Chart table, stows over quarter berth and fitted at the forward end of the quarter berth adjacent the galley. Flexible light for reading. Folding seat on companionway steps.
Separate toilet with sea toilet (Jabsco 2008) and hand basin with hand pump cold water and electric pump for waste. All plumbing replaced 2008 with vented loops fitted. Sliding perspex doors to locker, and cupboards below hand basin.
All electrics and fuse boxes replaced in the rebuild with 4 new flush halogen lamps set into the cabin ceiling. 2 LED lights in forward cabin above berths. All headlining and hull lining replaced 2008. Eberspacher cabin heating DVD/CD/MP3 Player
All new electronics in 2008
Standard Horizon CP300E GPS with external antenna VHF Radio-telephone MTech FM Radio/CD/USB with external speaker Clipper duo Echo sounder and log Clipper wind Clipper battery monitor (2010) In cabin depth sounder Raymarine ST1000 autohelm Hand and electric bilge pump All navigation lights and wiring replaced 2008
Aluminium masthead single spreader rig. All standing and running rigging replaced in 2008. Running rigging led back to the cockpit for ease of handling. Sails Furling headsail with new UV strip 2011 Main sail with slab reefing Storm jib Spinnaker with pole Additional sails No1, 2, 3 Genoa Winches Three double speed lewmar winches for headsail halyard and sheets Two single speed lewmar winches
Ground Tackle 12kg Delta Anchor and 30m 8mm chain + 20m warp Two 7.5kg CQR kedge anchors – one with 30m 6mm chain, the other with 10m.
Safety Equipment Horseshoe lifebuoy and light (2011) Marine Pool rescue line in bag. Fire blanket Fire extinguisher Coastal flare pack 2011
General Equipment Teak slatts on cockpit seats Treadmaster on deck Sprayhood and frame new 2008 Dodgers with name 2008 Sail cover 2008 Two cockpit cushions and three soft cushions Fenders Ropes and warps Boathook Outboard stowage bracket Tender Tennamast cradle for winter storage ashore
Bragela must be one of the most beautiful and comfortable UFO 27s on the water. Commissioned in 1978 she has spent most of her life ashore. In 2007 the current (2nd) owner refurbished her completely, and since then she has sailed over 1000 miles on the Scottish west coast. For a boat of this age, she is in superb condition. She was professionally fitted out with a warm teak finish interior. Although able to accommodate up to 5 guests, she has been cruised regularly on the west coast of Scotland by the present owner and his wife, and has a lot of space down below for a boat of this size. Bragela is currently ashore at Arisaig.
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