The Landing School Presents the Arundel 27

The Arundel 27, designed to the highest standards by Steve Dalzell, is a handsome day-tripper. Her traditional appearance is the result of cold-molded construction with WEST SYSTEM® Epoxy. Laminated layers of marine plywood and Western Red Cedar form the hull, and the transom is built with mahogany. This construction makes the hull stiffer than fiberglass boats but just as easily maintained.

The power is provided by a fuel-efficient, quiet, freshwater- cooled diesel with the lowest emissions in the industry. This boat cruises up to 30 knots and features a hull design that allows owners to safely access shallow waters.

It has a well-equipped galley and a comfortable berth for overnight visits along the coast.

Layers of marine plywood and Western Red Cedar laminated with WEST SYSTEM Epoxy form a stiff and quiet hull. The Arundel 27 was built in 2008 by students of The Landing School in Arundel, Maine.

The Arundel 27 was built by students of The Landing School in Arundel, Maine. This accredited, post-secondary school blends modern yacht design, boatbuilding and marine systems technology under one roof and has an international reputation of excellence.

Just two of The Landing School’s Arundel 27s are available annually. The base price is $143,900. For more information, visit www.thelandingschool.edu.

ARUNDEL 27 SPECIFICATIONS

LOA 27′ 5½”
LOW 25′ 0′
Beam 8′ 5½”
Draft 1′ 2½”
Displacement 5490 lb
Speed 34 knots
Range (at 23 knots) 200 nm