Designed by Robert Perry this popular vessel was built in Witby Ontario and spent most of it's life on the Great Lakes coming to the West Coast in 2015.
With it's history in fresh water this well built & well kept vessel doesn't show the wear found on boats used in coastal waters.
A flush deck forward with self draining anchor locker runs aft to a raised main cabin trunk.
There is an escape hatch on the foredeck with windows port, starboard and forward on the trunk cabin providing excellent below deck while maintaining a strong deck structure.
A large sliding main hatch provides access to the spacious well laid out cabin.
The cockpit is well laid out with wheel steering and full length seats over accessible cockpit lockers on the port and starboard and across the stern.
A rebounding ladder is permanently fixed to the transom.
The cockpit comes with a dodger and full enclosure canopy to provide all weather protection and is in almost new condition.
The Aloha 8.2 hull is solid GRP and the trunk cabin is a cored laminate of Balsa with plywood reinforcement at deck fittings and where required.
The keel is lead and glassed/integrated into the hull structure adding to the rigidity of the hull.
The spade type GPR rudder has a stainless steel rudder post.
This vessel is rigged as a 7/8 fractional sloop.
The mast is a deck stepped, alloy extrusion with stainless steel rigging and single spreader.
The upper and lower main shrouds connected to SS hull plates with alloy backing plates are in good condition.
The mast is supported below deck by a solid support set in the keel stub.
Twin Harkin 32 - two speed self tailing winches are located port and starboard of the cockpit with 2 Ekes AR18 single speed winches are located port and starboard of the companionway with cam cleats to manage sail sheets and halyards.
The foresail is fitted with a Pro Furl roller furling.
Inspected sails were found to be in very good condition.
On the bow is a 20# CQR type anchor connected to 25' 5/16" galvanized chain and 120' of 9/16" rode. the anchor is stowed on a bow roller with chain and rode in the recessed self drawing locker.
The Volvo Penta 7.5hp Diesel inboard was rebuilt in 2008 and has 128 hrs.
The Volvo Penta 'Sail Drive' had a new hull seal installed in and a rebuild was completed in 2014
The 12 gallon fuel tank is found in the port cockpit lazarette.
Hoses are in good condition and properly clamped.
The cabin is clean and the upholstery is in very good condition.
The cabinetry shows extremely well and is a strong indicator that the vessel is well maintained and upgraded.
There is a 'Cook Mate' alcohol stove, ice box with fresh water supplied to the rally from a 12 gallon stainless steel tank in the starboard cockpit locker.
The 'Jabsco' marine head has a 24 gallon holding tank located under the v-berth and thru hull fitting for the installation of a macerator.
The main switch panels, voltage metering battery bank isolation switches are located at the navigation/chart table.
Twin secured 12V deep cycle lead acid batteries are located in the cockpit locker
Batteries are charged via the engine alternator and a 'Guest 2610' battery charger.
All wiring was rewired and meets ABYC standards
Operating and navigation equipment include;
Aquamaster Gemeni 4" pedestal mounted compass
Advance S400 depth sounder
Navman tracker 5600 GPS/Plotter
Navman 3100 wind/speed indicator
Navman 3100 repeater
Realistic MT-400 VHF
Steering wheel is on a pedestal and cabled
Kenwood KDC-355U stereo
The Aloha 8.2 is the popular Aloha 27 renamed when Canada adopted the metric system of measurement.