2000 Eastern 27-10 (JC-27 hull) for sale.

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  1. Sea Lion

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    Selling our 2000 Eastern 27-10, Isabella, built on the JC 27-10 mold. She’s a good sea boat, well built, and very reliable. Not to be confused with the Eastern 27 that has the 8’ 3” beam, this boat does nicely in a three to four foot chop or a following sea. Cummins 6- BT 5 with 260 HP with a Twin Disc tranny. This boat was eight years in storage, 388 engine hours, and has been on the water only for the past 4-5 years. LOA is 29’, beam is 10’, draft is 3’0, and displacement is 8000. V-berth forward with sink and separate head. Full canvass enclosure. I’m asking $39,500. She can be seen in the Boothbay area. Please call or text me at 941-276-8434, reply to this forum, or email me at jefwhlr@fastmail.fm if you have an interest. Thanks, Jeff W.


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    Nice looking boat!

    Any shots of the keel?
     
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    That on one awesome looking boat, good luck with the sale!
     
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  4. Sea Lion

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    El Mar, please find two shots of her on the trailer she was brought up from Florida three years ago.
     

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    Great looking boat. Is there a step down in the cockpit or is cockpit level with an engine box. Thanks
     
  6. Sea Lion

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    The engine sits under a hatch on the captain's/mate's teak deck. There is a step down of about 8" to 9" just aft of the teak deck which I think you can make out on the two pictures I've added.
    Engine access is through the hatch of course, and from aft of the ladder in the cockpit.

    Jeff
     

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    Here's a better pic of the deck configuration.
     

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    Thanks, pictures are great. Really nice JC and good luck with the sale.
     
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    Any engine room pictures?
     
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    Good inquiry Melkon. Took these this morning.
     
  12. Gurryman

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    Just an FYI, That Cummins is a 210 or 220 HP, Not a 260.

    and the exhaust looks like a disaster waiting to happen.

    That said, It's a Nice Boat.
     
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    A lot to sacrifice for a flush deck .
     
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    Looks like I stand corrected. She was sold to me as a 260 HP, but now just checking the Cummins info I see the motor is rated at 210 HP. Thanks for the heads up. I've never been advised about nor had any trouble with the exhaust.
     
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    is there a water-lift muffler in the system? or a straight through muffler? or just a straight pipe?
     
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    Are you sure that eastern made that model
     
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    You can see the Eastern logo just forward of the stern on the sides.

    It is quite different than most Eastern 27s, tho - most have pilot houses. Most have two portlights on the cabin sides not one. I had to look at others to finally see the common hull design. Definitely an Eastern 27 but most have I/O or outboard power.
     
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    The ad states that the hull is a from a JC 27 mold . I would believe that considering that the beam is 10 ' . I owned a Judge 27 that was based off the Eastern 27 mold and the beam was 8'6" and was also a flush deck with a engine box that sat further back then the engine in the ad . So having owned a boat based off the Eastern mold I can assure you these are not the same boats .
     
  19. Sea Lion

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    As it was told to me by the fellow I bought the boat from the hull was made off the JC27 mold by Eastern after they acquired it. The topsides were done by another shop, of whom I have no information. This might explain why she looks so different from other Eastern 27-10's and it is probably safe to presume that she is unique in her design. the original owner moved the boat to the midwest and used her very little before he passed away. The boat was in covered storage for the next eight years, or so I was told, and then bought and brought to Florida where the second owner found her to have too much draft for his liking in the shallow waters down there. I purchased her and had her brought back to New England where my wife and I have enjoyed her as a pleasure boat for the past three seasons. We have now opted to step down a bit to a trailerable boat with outboard (2019 Sisu 22) and need to sell Isabella.
     
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    I work at Eastern and just had some people that have been here for a while take a look. It is a 27'10 and the boat was finished by another party. We did have it on display at a boat show, if I can find some pictures I will share.
     

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