A splendid small day boat with overnight accommodations. The ST 28 is solidly constructed throughout, from the proven unidirectional fiberglass hull to her mahogany and teak joinery work. Powered by either a gas or diesel engine, the ST 28 has a very quiet sound-proofed, wet-muffler stern exhaust system. Take the ST 28 out for a spin and be back in plenty of time for the evening news – or make an overnight of it, thanks to the small galley, enclosed head and V-berths.
All our boats are custom built. The price of $260,000 is based on a well-equipped finished boat. Items may be added or deleted during the process in order to achieve the perfect boat for you. The price will vary depending on the number of options selected and the degree of complexity inovolved to finish the boat.
Please contact at 207-244-7854
Características adicionales, equipo e información:
Nombre del barco
Constructor: John M. Williams Co.
Diseñador: Lyford Stanley
Eslora total: 28 Pies 0 Pulgadas
Manga: 9 Pies 6 Pulgadas
Eslora en la flotación: 26 Pies 0 Pulgadas
Marca del motor: options
Tipo de motor/combustible: Otro
Velocidad de crucero: 20 M/h
Max Draft: 2"11" Displacement: 9,800
Total Power: 230 to 250 HP recommended Max Speed: 20 to 21 kts
Fuel: (2) 90 gal tanks Fresh Water: 40 gal tank Holding: 25 gal tank
Hull & Deck
Unidirectional fiberglass hull (core optional)
Solid intergral keel and skeg
Molded fiberglass rudder, stainless-steel post (1 1/2")
Fiberglass non-skid deck
Fiberglass cockpit coaming
Teak guard and toe rails on deck
Bronze, stainless, or chrome cleats and bow chocks
In the pilothouse you will move with ease thanks to the below-deck engine and an impressive six feet three inches of head room. The three-panel windshield plus two side windows provide excellent visibility, and whenever the weather calls for it, the sailcloth side curtains and aft enclosure can easily be drawn down to provide complete protection from th elements. The carefully finished forward cabin offers just over six feet of head room. A midship companionway leads past the galley to the forward berths, where easily accessed generous stowage has been build underneath. A large hatch plus four opening ports with screens keep the cabin airy and bright.
Bulkheads, cabin sides, and overhead painted in Awlgrip cabin enamel
Varnished Honduras mahogany cabin trim, doors, and drawer fronts
Varnished Sitka spruce cabin ceiling
Teak and holly sole
Enclosed head with marine toilet and small stainless sink
Two-burner stainless-steel propane stove
Stainless-steel sink and faucets
Formica counter top
Bass circuit breaker panel, lighting, and mechanical circuits and fixtures.