Hull #033 - Miracle

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October 24, 2020 – [Richard replied to my e-mail checking in on Miracle, writing…] “…built in 1966, I can send pictures Monday as they are on my work desk. I do not know any other Bristol owners. I don’t remember the person I sold my boat to. That was back in 2012.”  [Here’s some photos of Miracle in the water:]    

Miracle on a mooring ball.


2012 – Boat is sold by Richard.  


May 4, 2010 – [Richard sent an e-mail, writing]  “I am interested in selling my 1966 Bristol 27 Weekender. I am located in Connecticut and have attached some pictures. Is there a place to post it on your website? I love the boat but I need to sell her. She is in great shape. I am asking $2,500 so I can move her quickly.”  

Bristol 27 Miracle on stands, waiting for a buyer


Aug 26, 2009 – [In response to the for-sale ad listing for Miracle, Richard wrote]  “You would have to see her to appreciate her. The only thing she needs is to have the bottom sanded and painted for the next season and any ammenities you may want. The sails are in good shape. You will get a few more seasons. I have one fairly new one. The mainsail will need to be replaced next (3 years or so). The genoa is good and the jib is fairly new. I also have a light air Jenny that is in good shape but I don’t use it much. I don’t believe I left out any electronics. I replaced one battery and the bilge pump last week. Please set up an appointment and come see her in Niantic, CT.” Here’s some notes from the for sale ad:

Bristol 27 Miracle interior, looking into v-berth


Bristol 27 Miracle interior, looking aft into below companionway area.


Bristol 27 Miracle’s deck, looking forward from cockpit.

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