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Landing School Arundel 27

Dartmouth, MA

Year 2006
Make Landing School
Model Arundel 27
Class Cruisers
Length 27.5 ft
Length Overall 27 ft
Beam 8.5 ft
Fuel Type diesel
Hull Material Composite

This is an Arundel 27' built by the Landing School. She is powered by a low hour Volvo D4 diesel engine providing fast and fuel efficient cruising.

The Arundel 27 is designed by Steve Dalzell and turns heads in every port. The cold-molded hull is easy to maintain and provides a solid and comfortable ride in the choppy waters Buzzards Bay is known for. The stern drive provides for a shoal draft allowing the the boat to tuck right up to the beach or sandbar.

The cabin features a galley, double berth forward, and a fully enclosed head making weekend getaways a breeze.

A modern day classic, this Arundel 27 is currently in the water and ready to go! Call today to schedule an appointment to view.


Manufacturer Provided Description
The Arundel 27 is conceived as a "day tripper" style of boat that will provide speeds up to 30 knots, maximum efficiency, low maintenance, and a hull design that will enable owners to safely access the most shallow of island and beach locations. According to Landing School Director Doug Dickey, Jr., "the Arundel 27 is intended to satisfy a variety of requirements in meeting the evolving needs of our curriculum and the industry at large, as well as fulfilling consumer demand."

Additional Description
The Arundel 27 will feature a spacious cockpit with two captain's seats forward and a large athwartships bench at the rear of the cockpit. The cockpit will be protected from the elements by a large windscreen, cockpit coamings, coach roof and coach roof sides, as well as a bimini top with removable side screens and rear drop curtain. Steering, engine controls and electronics and navigation instruments will be mounted in a helm console built into the cabin's starboard aft bulkhead and coach roof. The cockpit sole will be cored fiberglass with scuppers at the rear sides, and fully weather tight access hatches.

Additional Description
The interior of the Arundel 27 will feature a forward v-berth with a fully enclosed head to starboard and a small galley to port. Interior finish will be to the highest yacht standard in the "Herreschoff" style with bright mahogany fiddles and cappings, hardwood fronts and drawers on all cabinetry, and marine ply cabin sole finished with a Teak and Holly veneer. The cabin will be well-lighted via a large overhead Bomar stainless steel framed hatch in the coach roof, four screened and opening portlights in the cabin sides, and well placed electric lighting. Much of the boat's interior furniture, which will be constructed from solid timber and marine plywood, has been designed to contribute to the vessel's overall structural strength and integrity. Access to the forward cabin from the cockpit will be via sliding hatch and bi-fold, paneled doors hung on cast stainless steel hinges.

Engine Description

Power will be provided by a fresh water cooled Volvo Penta D4-225 marine diesel engine.

By the end of the 19th century, peapods dotted the coast of Maine because of their popularity among inshore fishermen. Their unique design resembled the pod of a pea and, unlike a dory or skiff, both ends came to a point with the forward and aft stems forming identical curves in profile. Beach Pea - Peapods by Dog Hylan Peapods had certain advantages over traditional fishing dories that made them ideal for lobstermen, lighthouse keepers, and even mailmen who plied the waters of the Maine coast delivering letters to inhabitants of its many islands. Because the flat-floor amidships produced high initial stability, lobstermen could place a boot on the rail and haul traps over the side. The combination of weight and low freeboard made the peapod a good pulling boat in rough water. Whether sailed or rowed, another advantage favored by fishermen was the easy maneuverability in restricted areas making it possible to fish around ledges and shoals where larger boats couldn't. Often times lobstermen would row them while standing.

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Update: The Arundel was hauled Nov 3, we will include a Mechanical Escrow for buyer peace of mind since the engine can not be run out of the water where she is being stored

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