Able to run offshore and trailerable, the First 27 opens the field of exploration possible. Very marine, this little sports cruiser devours the miles and loves to go ahead. It does not for all that forget the sense of the welcome and the shared adventure
Inspired by the courting experience of his architect, the First 27 designed by Sam Manuard seems cut for the open sea: bright chine running up to the bow, vertical blanks, great width at the waterline and double rudders denote a sporty boat and robust. Its hull shape, carbon rigging and deep lead keel provide excellent stability. With 50% of his weight in the keel, he is a powerful sailboat. Spacious and comfortable, the cockpit offers two foot holds running along the entire length. With its lifting keel by a manual hydraulic cylinder, the First 27 is easily towed.
With its facilities full of tricks the First 27 lends itself perfectly to a few days of cruise in crew of 4 people. The forward cabin offers a large double-sleeping while two berths sliding under the cockpit come to double the length of the banquettes of the saloon. Resolutely modern by the sober style, the interior also seduced by the intelligence of many details: folding doors held by magnets, kits used as suitcases to ship / unload the personal belongings of each, large table with keel well for foot, stairs of the descent sheltering arrangements with a compartment of the bottom being able to be arranged in fridge …
JUST FOR RUN
A sporty yacht combining lightness and robustness, the First 27 offers infinite possibilities. The important thing is that speed and sensations are waiting for you to have fun on board!
Designed to hold the wind up to a force of 8, the First 27 is CE Class B (Offshore) and ISAF OSR Class 3 certified. The rot-proof foam helps make it unsinkable.
Ingeniously laid out, the front space hosts a double cabin and a technical area. The First 27 also has a real toilet / wc located between the square and the forward cabin.
Generously fabricated, the First 27 offers in particular a rigging slot with low-shrouds returned to deploy the genoa well. The bowsprit is of good length.
Positioning the retractable outboard motor in the cockpit bottom fully frees the rear of the boat.