1987 Sea Ray 27′ Amberjack Asking SOLD!!!

Vessel Specifications


  • Engine Make: Mercury 260hp FWC
  • Type: I/O
  • Fuel Type: Gas
  • Horse Power: 270hp
  • Hours Port: 771
  • Hours Starboard: 814 


Sleeps two on the Newly covered V Berth.

The vessel is equipped with A/C




Pressure water

Hot Water

Two Burner Kenyon Alcohol Stove

Conair Cuisine Microwave 



Therford Port a Pottie


Hand Held Shower

Pressure water

Hot Water


Navigation & Electronics

Uniden UM435 VHF


Garmin Depth Finder

Fusion Stereo

Jensen Stereo

Nav Lights

Anchor Lights

Electrical & Safety

30 Amp Dock side power

Power Cord

Three batteries

Pronautic 30 amp charger

Spreader lights

Docking Lights

Life jackets


Fire extinguisher (2)


First Aid Kit




Cockpit cover

Chair covers

Rear Bimini

Rod holders

Extended Custom Swim Platform

Swim Ladder



Dock lines



Cruise speed 24 MPH

Top Speed 30 MOH

Weight & Dimensions

Length: 29’3″

Weight : 7000 lbs

Beam: 10 ft

Draft: 3ft


Fuel: 200 

Water: 28

Waste: Porta pottie 3 gallons





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.

Contact Us 1987 Sea Ray 27 Amberjack

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  • Year: 1987
  • Current Price: US SOLD
  • Located in Baltimore, MD
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Twin Gas


A good-selling boat for Sea Ray during her late 1980s production years, the 270 Amberjack is a roomy express fisherman with an unusually large cockpit to go with her basic cabin accommodations. Construction is solid fiberglass, and her 10-foot beam is wide for a 27-footer. The single-level cockpit is arranged with a fore-andaft companion seat opposite the helm and foldaway bench seating at the transom. There’s a storage bin between the two seats, and additional storage is located under the gunwales. Inside, the cabin is fitted with V-berths, an enclosed standup head compartment with shower, and a compact galley area. Because of her generous cockpit dimensions, the interior of the Amberjack is smaller than many other express boats her size—a design decision anglers will appreciate. A single hatch at the transom provides good access to the engines. Additional features include a small transom door, swim platform with ladder, teak bow pulpit, and teak covering boards. Among several engine choices, a pair of 260hp MerCruiser sterndrives cruise the Sea Ray 270 Amberjack in the low 20s and reach a top speed of over 30 knots.