One of the few factory finished 28's, A beautiful boat, she beams of love and care, the current owners have maintained and loved this boat for over 9 years. Loaded with nice cruising equipment, water maker, AIS, autopilot, Cape Horn steering vane. Only 60 of the 28's were produced making them a gem in the world of today's boats. Some boats are just special; created with love and caring by special people for people with special plans. The Westsail 28 is just that boat, stout enough to handle anything, Call today to view this fine vessel.
This vessel is located in beautiful San Carlos Sonora, Mexico, A short 250 mile drive on a safe 4 lane highway from Nogales, Az. San Carlos is a known boating destination/community, featuring breathtaking scenery, quiet anchorages nearby, great fishing, diving, two marinas, 3 haul out facilities and much more.
Don Brame is well known cruiser around the Sea of Cortez and Brisa & Don are respected members in the San Carlos community. Anything you need or are looking for in San Carlos, please stop in and see Brisa or Don, they have contact numbers for most anything you will need. Don is on the vessel All the Way and is on the VHF net @ 0800 hrs ch 72 everyday and Don is also the local boaters weather person. San Carlos Yacht Sales Division of Mazatlan Marine Center Don Brame Marina San Carlos Loc-3 San Carlos, Sonora, Mexico 85506 Toll-free (voice/fax) 1-855-846-7245 Call via Skype Tel 011 52 (622) 226-0037 EMAIL email@example.com
All titling and financial transactions are completed in the US by fully licensed agencies. Ask us about the advantages of an offshore purchase--it's a breeze!
Please contact Don Brame at 011 52 (622) 226-0037
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 28 ft 3 in (Close to 36 ft w/bowsprit and windvane)
Lod: 28 ft 3 in
Lwl: 23 ft 5 in
Draft: 4 ft 4 in
Beam: 9 ft 7 in
Height (bridge clearance): ~35 ft
Displacement: 13,500 lbs
Ballast: 4,200 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft
Hull material: Fiberglass
Keel type: Full keel
Engine and propulsion
Engine make: Westerbeke
Engine model: 30B-Three
Engine year: 1990
Engine hours: 2,037
Horse power: 27 @ 3600 rpm
Cruising rpm: 2500-3000 rpm
Cruising speed: 4-5 knots @ 2000 rpm
Max speed: 6 knots
Max rpm: 3600
Range: ~700 miles
Fuel type: Diesel
Propeller type: 3 blade
Dinghy outboard: Nissan NS35A
Fuel capacity: 39 gallons
Fuel tank material: Aluminum Alloy (1 tank)
Water capacity: 79 gallons
Water tank material: Aluminum Alloy (1 tank)
Holding capacity: 13 gallons
Holding tank material: Polyethylene
Large V-Berth, Quarter berth has been converted to storage, galley completely rebuilt to accommodate propane stove/oven. Storage has been improved over original WZ28 design. Much custom wood work, Lavac toilet, no pressure water. All water delivered VIA foot pumps, sea water pump (hand operated)at galley sink. All interior lighting is LED.
V-berth sleeps: 2
Dinette sleeps: 1
Quarter berth sleeps: 1 (but no cushions)
Ice box converted to refrigeration
Refrigeration: Frigoboat keel-cooled
Stove: Seaward Hillerange 2131 2 burners + oven
Cooking fuel: Propane
Microwave: Daewoo 900w
Sink: SS Single
Electronic and Navigation Equipment
SSB: Icom IC-M710
SSB tuner: Icom AT-130
Isolated backstay: Yes
Pactor: Pactor modem SCS PTC-11 PRO
VHF: Standard Horizon GX2100 (with ram 3 remote Mic)
VHF #2: (Handheld) Standard Horizon HX2705 (Submersible)
GPS: Garmin GPSMAP498
GPS #2: Part of VHF radio
AIS receiver: Part of VHF radio- signal repeated on Garmin GPS
Depth sounder: Part of Garmin GPS
Autopilot: Simrad TP30 tiller pilot, spare Simrad TP32 tiller pilot
Plotter: Part of Garmin GPS
Compass: Plastimo Contest
Stereo: Sony CDX-GT4201P
Equipment manuals: Yes
Battery condition is unknown. During 2 year storage, they ran dry, seem to be working ok after refill and charge but, will deduct $600 from price if they don’t cork correctly
House bank 1: Trojan T-105, 105 amps each (4)
Start bank: Armor Plate Marine starting battery SM27-1000 (New in 2010)
Battery monitor: Xantrex Link20
Battery switch: Blue Sea Systems 5511E
Battery charger: Xantrex XC3012
Smart reg: Part of battery charger
Inverter: Whistler 800 watt
Solar panel: ALT E 120 watts
Solar panel: ALT E 120 watts
Other: Solar charger controller Blue Sky solar boost 12V 25 amp
Sails & Rigging
Primary sails are North, built in 1997, the original Westsail sails are also aboard although the headsails are still Hank-on and would need to be modified to work with the roller furlers; North sails are old but in good condition as they received very little use.
Main: 1997 good condition, very low usage in spite of age.
Jib: 1997 good condition, very low usage in spite of age.
#1 genoa: Good condition
Staysail: 1997 good condition
Drifter: Good condition
Sail material: Dacron
Sail area: 675 sq. ft
Traveler: Good condition, located in bridge deck
Preventer / boom break: No permanent preventer, owners have a line and tackle that they use as a preventer.
Mast: LAFIEL, same age as boat, good condition
Standing rigging: All new as of 2013
Whisker: Good condition
Winch: Lewmar #30ST self tailing
Roller furl: On Jib and staysail (2008) Spin-Tec Triumph 2000-001
Anchor rode length are approximate and bases on memory or receipts, spare rode: 25’ of 3/8’’ chain followed by 100’ ¾’ nylon line.
Anchor: Rocna 15Kg
chain length/size: 200’ 5/16’’
line length/size: 150’ ¾’’
Anchor 2: Force 15 Kg
Chain: 30’ of 7/16’’
Line: 100’ ¾’’
Anchor 3: Danforth 15 lb
Chain: 15’ of 5/16’’
Line: 120’ 5/8’’
Windlass: Simpson Lawrance S10 High speed (manual) 1994
Dinghy: Walker Bay 8’
Nav lights: All running lights and anchor lights are LED
Spreader lights: Yes, converted stern lights
Ladder: Folding 4 step swim ladder
Bow pulpit: Yes (Original Westsail equipment)
Lifelines: All new in 2012
Gates: One on each side, new in 2012
Deck material: Teak over fiberglass
Included are numerous engine spare parts, water pump impellers, fuel filter elements, engine hoses, head gasket, etc.
Lifejackets: 2- West Marine, Non-auto inflate, w/harnesses.
Uscg safety package: Yes, flares expired.
Jacklines: Rigged as needed, anchor points in place
Harnesses: Integral to life jackets also separate West Marine harnesses
Covers & Cushions
Mainsail cover and hatch covers are brown sunbrella, made in 1996.
All other covers are emerald green sunbrella and were made in 2010.
Diesel jerry can covers are brown and made from recycled staysail cover.
Dodger: JSL Island Nautical Dodger, fair condition
Wheel/tiller cover: Sunbrella
Cockpit: Sunbrella covers for sheet winches, tiller, propane bottles, diesel, jerry jugs, anchor rode (s)
Mainsail: Sunbrella cover, fair condition- 1996
Genoa: Sunbrella for roller furled headsail (2010)
Staysail: Sunbrella for roller furled headsail (2010)
Bug screens: Yes, homemade
Outboard cover: Yes, sunbrella
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.