1982 Mirage 28
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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Ipswich, Suffolk, United Kingdom
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- £ 6,950 (US$ 9,733)
- Not for sale to US residents while in US waters
The Mirage 28 is a five berth bilge keel masthead sloop with a separate heads compartment and good headroom, designed by David Feltham and built by Thames Marine in 1982 (we believe fitting out to be by original owner).
OPEN TO OFFERS
Please contact Robert Shufflebottom at +44 (0)1473 694694
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Thames Marine
Designer: David Feltham
Flag of Registry: United Kingdom
Keel: Twin Keel
LOA: 30 ft 4 in
Beam: 9 ft 4 in
LWL: 22 ft 0 in
Length on Deck: 28 ft 4 in
Minimum Draft: 3 ft 7 in
Maximum Draft: 3 ft 8 in
Displacement: 6900 lbs
Ballast: 2750 lbs
Total Power: 15 HP
Engine Brand: Vetus
Year Built: 1988
Engine Model: M2.06HP
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Engine Power: 15 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: 1 Stainless steel (20)
Fuel Tanks: 1 Stainless steel (10)
Number of single berths: 3
Number of double berths: 1
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1
Wind speed and direction
White Painted (Painted by vendors 2012) GRP hull, deck, coachroof and self draining cockpit. Interior joinery of mahogany and mahogany faced marine ply. Twin keels with iron ballast. Skeg hung rudder with tiller steering. Laminated mahogany tiller.
1988 Vetus M2.06 15HP twin cylinder diesel engine. Raw water cooling. Electric start. Engine serviced 2013. Direct drive to a three blade fixed pitch propeller through a mechanical reduction gearbox with reverse.
10 gallon s/steel fuel tank.
20 gallon s/steel fresh water tank.
2 x sealed 12v batteries (2011 & 2013) charged by engine driven alternator. 12v lighting throughout. Standard navigation lights & deck light. Masthead navigation lights renewed 2013. 240 shore power with two outlets below, car type 12v socket for charging mobile phones etc and extension cable.
Plastimo bulkhead type helmsman’s compass. 2002 Clipper echo sounder, log / speedo and wind speed / direction (Serviced and new masthead unit fitted 2013). Lowrance 5150c chart plotter with UK coverage. Cobra VHF R/T. Barometer. Autohelm tiller pilot. Good size chart table.
Spars and Rigging
Black alloy tabernacle stepped mast and slab reefing boom with lazyjacks. Wood bowsprit. 2009 1 x 19 s/steel wire standing rigging. 2009 Furlex headsail furling gear. Terylene running rigging with main halyard and kicker led back to cockpit. Windex on mast. Windex at masthead.
Red mainsail cover. 2006 mainsail. 2004 roller genoa (needs new UV strip). Storm jib.
Horseshoe lifebuoy with light. Jackstays. Sea anchor. Manual bilge pump.Fire extinguisher. Fire blanket. 2002 Cyclops radar reflector mounted on mast. Simpson Lawrence manual anchor winch. Danforth and Bruce anchors. 20m of 10mm chain. 30m of 8mm chain.
S/steel stemhead fitting, pulpit, sternguard, Tannoy ventilator and boarding ladder on stern. Alloy perforated toe rail, 4 x mooring cleats, stanchions, bases, headsail sheet tracks and main sheet track with traveller. Cockpit spray hood frame (needs new hood). Teak hand rails p&s. Boathook. Mooring warps. Set of plastic inflatable fenders. Lewmar two speed 16 Genoa sheet winches.
Five berths in two cabins. Red vinyl upholstery. Carpet. V berth fwd. Head with Jabsco manually operated sea type WC fitted 2013, wash basin, cold only pressure water and storage. Two settee berths in saloon. Galley with Origo spirit stove, s/steel sink, cold only pressure water and stowage for utensils etc. Quarter berth. Large chart table and good chart stowage. Ample stowage throughout.
The Mirage 28 is a typical bilge keel family cruiser of the 1980’s, solidly built and easily handled. “ZIMMER” with her additional sail area provided by the bowsprit, should have a pretty good turn of speed
In this instance Fox’s Yacht Sales are acting as brokers for the vendor. The vendor has provided the information enclosed and whilst we endeavour to ensure the accuracy, the details are believed to be correct but are not guaranteed. Any prospective purchaser is advised to check the boat specification thoroughly and to employ at their expense a qualified marine surveyor and/or engineer to check the specification and condition of this craft and its equipment.