A very well maintained and very clean 28 hardtop with the super-efficient and powerful, 240 Yanmars; this boat has the updated windshield, foredeck and cabin headroom from 2004 on, and comes complete with electronics and fishing equipment. Great for fishing or cruising, the 28's ride in rough seas is legendary and with the diesel power, she'll run 26knots at only 14gph. Take that offshore and troll all day!
Trades considered. Let us know what you have (make, model, year, power, hours...)
CONTACT LISTING BROKER:
JOE LONGOBARDI @ 410-490-0584 OR EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org
BOAT IS LOCATED IN: Grasonville, MD
Please contact Joe Longobardi at (410) 490-0584
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 28 ft 0 in
Beam: 9 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 3 ft 0 in
Dry Weight: 9500 lbs
The cabin of the 28 is a clean design, neatly trimmed in teak, with enhanced headroom starting on '04 hulls. Forward a v-berth and convertible dinette will comfortably sleep two. 12 volt reading lamps, overhead hatch, stereo entertainment, storage bolsters add to the comfort of her air-conditioned cabin. To the portside, a galley with undercounter fridge, storage, freshwater sink and microwave. Opposite the galley, is the fully enclosed head, with teak cabinets, hot and cold freshwater, sink, shower, mirror, courtesy lighting, vent fan and electric flush head.
Raymarine C80 color gps plotter
Raymarine 2kw, 24 mile radar
Raymarine dual frequency fishfinder
Ritchie 5" Compass
Standard Horizon VHF
Sony waterproof stereo remote
Cabin: Sony Xplod CD stereo, 2 cabin speakers, 2 at the bridge
Electrical & Mechanical
30 Amp shore power
AC/DC breaker panel
3 Batteries and switches
Engine room lights
Hot water heater
Reverse cycle air conditioning
Automatic fire suppession system
(2)Automatic bilge pumps
Maxwell remote windlass
Holding tank macerator
Side rocket launchers
Powder coated windshield
Bow roller and cutout, anchor, chain and rode
In deck fishbox with macerator
Pompanette helm chair with storage below and aft facing seat
Deluxe hatch with double companion seats, livewell, fresh water sink and storage
Taco Grand Slam Outriggers
Raw and freshwater washdowns
Thoughts on a hardtop vs. a tower on a 280 Albemarle
It's a personal preference of course, and as much as some of you may like the look of the tower have you considered the following?
1.Center of gravity (how much will all that weight up there help you in a beam sea?)
2. Weight and wind resistance (it might be negligible to the eye on the fuel gauge, but it will add up).
3.Mainenance (do you live near salt water? How much more work do you want to keep that aluminum looking perfect?).
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.