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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Brewerton , NY
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 156,750
The North Pacific 28’ Pilothouse is the perfect pocket trawler. The NP28 is large enough to be spacious and provide comfort during extended trips, but small enough to trailer without a permit. The concept provides people with the ability to economically cruise Alaska in the summer, Florida in the winter and every lake and campground in between.
- Stored in heated storage
- 15 minutes drive of Syracuse Hancock Airport
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Winter Harbor Marina
Broker: Thomas J. Pirro Sr.
Sales: Leslie Corrigan
Please contact Leslie Corrigan at 315-676-9276
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Hull Shape: Semi-Displacement
Beam: 8 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 2 ft 0 in
Dry Weight: 7000 lbs
Total Power: 130 HP
Engine Brand: Cummins
Engine Model: QSD
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 1295
Engine Power: 130 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (40 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (100 Gallons)
We found these NPY design ideas impressive and noteworthy!
The wiring on all North Pacific Yachts is done neatly following ABYC standards.
NP yachts ensure the wiring is accessible and easy to run new wiring in the future. The wire is color coded and made from tinned copper, which prevents corrosion.
Behind every electrical panel (or at every bus bar), each wire is numbered according to the wiring diagram provided. Through-hulls and other equipment are also bonded.
The NP28 is equipped with a single engine, but is still very maneuverable. Like all other models, the NP28 is equipped with a large rudder that gives quick response, even at slow speeds. Standard equipment includes a Vetus 35KGF bow thruster, which is adequate even in strong winds.
The keel on the NP28 will provide directional stability, helping the captain stay on a straight track. A skeg extends from the aft end of the keel to the rudder shaft, giving good protection to the shaft that runs through the keel and the propeller.
Speed & Fuel Burn:
The hull is a semi displacement hull. With the standard engine, it’s designed to achieve a maximum speed of around 13 knots with a light load. Highly efficient at 6kts, the NP28 burns approximately 1 gallon per hour. At 8kts, the NP28 burns 3 gallons per hour and at 10 knots, approximately 5 gph.
A deep V at the bow prevents snap roll while hard chines at the stern give it stability and lift. Constructed of solid, hand-laid fiberglass, the NP28 is surprisingly sea worthy and stable for a smaller trawler. Two layers of epoxy below the waterline give the hull further protection. After that, three coats of Micron Extra are applied to the bottom. Like all other North Pacific Yachts, they build the sides of the hull with a planked look.
The North Pacific 28' Pilothouse is the perfect pocket trawler; large enough to be spacious and provide comfort during extended trips, but small enough to trailer without a permit.
The concept is wonderful, providing people with the ability to economically cruise Alaska in the summer, Florida in the winter and all the lakes and campgrounds in between.
This NP28 has a modified hull giving added stability and speed. Some other key design features incorporated are a full body salon for maximum space, large windows, glass doors, open space and hatches add to the open feel. The NP28 is built to the same standards as all other North Pacific Yachts and so share common features like the easy access to all equipment, a solid low-maintenance exterior and a warm, beautifully finished teak interior.
From the salon there are two steps up to the pilothouse. With 6’5” of headroom, nine windows and a door on each side, the raised pilothouse feels open and offers excellent visibility as well as access to the forward deck.
From the helm, you have great visibility fore and aft, making docking easy.
Two comfortable helm seats also make cruising all day comfortable. A raised dash forward of the helm.
- Halogen lights (2)
- Reading light (2)
- A/C outlet (2)
- D/C outlet (1)
- FRP locking, sliding door
- (2) AC & DC electrical panels
- Starboard side helm seat - bench seat that slides forward so the helm is easy to reach
- Port side helm seat slides toward starboard side helm seat to make a bench seat or bed
- Morse dual lever cable control
- Bow thruster control
- Windlass control
- Engine gauges including fuel totalizer
- Electric fuel and water gauges
- Horn control
- Teak steering wheel
- Ritchie compass
- Reading light above port side bench seat (1)
- Storage cabinet & Drawers
- Windshield wiper (3)
- Windshield washer (1)
- Large dash area for chart table
- LED coutesy light (1)
- A/C outlet (1)
- Hatch to access lazarette
- Transom door leading to swim grid
- Dual aluminum doors leading to salon
- Fresh water hot/cold shower
- Vented propane locker with 20lbs fiberglass propane tank
- Swim ladder
- Bolt on (removable) swim fiberglass swim grid
- Teak and holly flooring throughout
- Hand rubbed teak paneling and cabinetry throughout
- Louvered doors for all lockers
- Full extension roller bearing drawer slides with push button locks
- Curtains on all windows
- Screens on all sliding windows
- Laminated safety glass on sliding windows
- Soft vinyl headliners attached with Velcro
- Espar D3LC Forced air heating system
Salon, Dinnette and Galley
- Entering the salon from the cockpit, you go through an aluminum door with a large glass window inset, adding light to the interior.
- The 6 large windows and 6’5” of headroom give the salon a feeling of spaciousness.
- On the port side is a 7’ long settee that converts into a pullout bed in seconds. Under the settee are three large drawers.
- A high-low table with folding leaves makes an excellent coffee table that is non-obtrusive (or a dining table).
- The galley is complete with an under-counter 5.7 cu. ft. Nova Kool fridge/freezer, a two burner propane cooktop and a large single sink with a drain board. There is ample counter space and the counters are topped with Staron. Four drawers and cabinets under the counter provide plenty of space for utensils.
- Corian equivalent countertops
- Large double SS sink and drain board
- One handle faucet with pullout spout
- Seaward two burner propane cooktop
- Propane detector and solenoid shut off switch
- Novakool 5810 - 5.7 cu.ft fridge/freezer
- Drawers (4 in galley and 3 under settee)
- Cabinets (two under counter and one microwave cabinet above)
- L-Shaped settee on starboard side ( pullout bed)
- Hi-Low teak table with folding leaves
- Halogen Lights(4)
- Reading Light(2)
- A/C Outlet(2)
Engine Room, Propulsion, Heat and Fresh Water Systems
The engine room is located under the pilothouse. Surrounding the entire inside of the engine room is 2” of sound insulation made from foam with a thick rubber and lead core.
There are multiple ways to access the engine room. First, the stairs from the salon to the pilothouse are hinged and flip up to get to the transmission. This entrance also allows access to the sides of the engine and the AGM batteries. The stairs from the pilothouse to the forward rooms also allow similar access to the sea strainer, fan belt, secondary fuel filter, oil filter and coolant. There is a hatch on the floor of the pilothouse which gives access to the top of the engine and oil check.
- Cummins QSD 130Hp engine with 160 amp alternator
- NexGen Generator 3.5KW diesel generator
- Engine room sound insulation (foam with rubber and lead core)
- FRP non-skid plate floors
- Engine room light (2)
- Engine room blower
- FRP fuel tanks (2 X 50 GAL) with sight gauges
- Stainless steel shaft
- PYI dripless shaft seal
- Precision 4 blade propellers
- Hydraulic steering
- Morse cable engine controls with Extreme cable
- Exhaust muffler
- Bronze sea cock and strainer on engine raw water intake
- Dual Racor fuel filters
- Automatic bilge pump (3 throughout the yacht)
- Manual bilge pump (1)
- Holding tank (20 GAL) with macerator pump
- FRP water tank (2 X 20 GAL)
- Smart sensor continuous fresh water pump
- Sea Water Washdown System
- Stainless Steel Anchor roller with Self Launching Device
- Lewmar 600lb windlass with chain/rode Gypsy
- Rope ( 150 feet)
- Plow-Type Anchor(25lbs)
- Fresh water outlet
- 6 gallon water heater
- Access to engineroom from stairs that flip up at the aft and forward end as well as from above through a hatch on the pilothouse floor
- Hull and Superstructure are hand laid-up, molded fiberglass.
- The hull is entirely solid fiberglass. A vinylester resin is used on the outer layers.
- Reinforcement consists of a molded
- FRP grid bonded throughout the hull bottom.
- Solid Keel with hollow stringers
- The deck and superstructure is a single FRP mold with structural coring (Nida coring on the decks - marine plywood elsewhere) as required.
- FRP bow platform
- Non-skid fiberglass decks
- International paints micron CSC anti-fouling
- International paints epoxy barrier coating below water line
- Vetus 35kgf 12V bow thruster
- Emergency tiller
- Zincs (4)
Forward Berth w/Private Head
At the forward end of the pilothouse, there are 3 steps going down. Immediately on the port side is the head, with a hanging locker on the starboard side. The stateroom is forward of both.
The forward stateroom features 2 single beds joined at the feet. This provides the most comfort possible in the space available. In the middle of the stateroom (where the two beds join) is a step that makes getting in and out of bed easier, and provides a place to sit while dressing. There is also a removable insert that can increase the size of the bed to the full beam. There are four drawers, two cabinets and a hanging locker on the starboard side that’s large enough for foul weather gear.
The head is made of fiberglass and finished in white gelcoat, making it light and easy to clean. An opening, screened porthole adds to the light in the head. There are two cabinets, a sink and mirror. It is equipped with a very reliable Tecma toilet. The NP28 has a 20 gallon holding tank with a macerator pump and a Tank Watch (holding tank gauge) in the head. The head also doubles as a shower and is drained into an electric sump box. There is also a hot/cold shower in the cockpit.
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.