First 27 delivers fun and modern downwind planing sailing thanks to modern design and building technologies. Families will go cruising, you'll enjoy a fun and exciting day sailing, and she will win trophies on the club races. Interior of this pocket-cruiser can welcome up to 6 persons and offers separated bow-cabin, open space saloon, galley with freshwater, fridge and separated classic marine toilet.

Naval Architect: Samuel Manuard

Interior Design: Gigodesign

Concept and R&D: Seascape




Light vacuum-infused hull, modern design and deep low-centre-of-gravity keel allow us to make these sailboats significantly faster, which defines the boat's character – fast, stable and safe planing sailing experience. 


The main promise and differentiation of First 27 are her performance and unique sailing experience. Again and again, she will surprise you by getting in a plan in as little as 12 k of wind. A stable hull is sourcing its stability from the wide and flat on the waterline and the lead T-bulb keel. Increased bow volume, accompanied with a balanced twin-rudder steering system, keeps you in complete control, no matter if you are sailing upwind or safely planing downwind. Easy boat handling comes from carefully thought-out boat design and cockpit ergonomics, whether sailing solo, double-handed or fully crewed. Planing sensation and excitement will become your afternoon sailing routine.



While being as fast as most racers, she offers a surprising level of comfort. The clean and minimalistic light-weight interior offers all main amenities for onboard living. She is designed to sleep up to 6 adults, 2 in the bow cabin and up to 4 in a very bright open-space saloon, also equipped with a removable table and fridge. In the midsection, you'll find a galley with a gas burner and a sink with fresh water. Thanks to inventive, foldable magnetic doors, the midsection can be converted into a proper marine toilet with a black water tank or used as a front cabin extension. A big and open cockpit welcomes you with comfortable benches, a removable indoor/outdoor table and a bathing ladder with a shower on the stern.



Hull Length: 7,99m

Hull Beam: 2,54m

Light displacement: 1.700kg

Engine Power (Hp): 15HP

Propulsion: Yanmar inboard

CE Certification: B6

Draft: 1,70m

Ballast : 610kg

Main sail (Dacron) : 20m²

Jib (Dacron) : 17,3m²

Gennaker (Nylon): 71,0m²

Insubmersibility volume : 3 m3

Building technology : Vacuum-infused GRP

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