Kelley Lynn is one of the popular Cape Dory 28 Poweryachts with a fly bridge. This model has great cruising features, and a roomy cabin for her size. Kelley Lynn is powered with a Chrysler 275 HP gas engine with fresh water cooling, and approx. 975 hours on it. This vessel is in very nice, clean condition, and has seen great care.
For someone looking for a Downeast style vessel, Kelley Lynn should be considered.
New to the market October 2016
The layout of the Cape Dory 28 is widely known to offer more comforts than all of the Downeast designs in her size range.
The cockpit is large, with good, high side decks and coamings. Plenty of room for several deck chairs or a fixed aft seat if desired. The pilot house door is to starboard, and there is one step up to enter.
The deckhouse is finished in oiled teak and is in very nice condition. Aft, to port, is an "L" shaped settee with abundant storage under. This can convert to a double berth, and the filler board is part of the backrest. The dining table drops down to form part of the table support. To starboard is the helm station. The electronics are arranged nearby, and all switches are easily accessible. The side windows have sliding panels with screens, as well as the aft window. The center windshield also opens. There are curtains also for the windows. The sole is teak and holly and is in very nice condition.
Going forward and down two steps brings you to the cabin. The head area is to port, and it includes the marine toilet and a vanity with sink and hot and cold pressure water / shower. An opening port provides ventilation.
To starboard is the "L" shaped galley. There is a large sink with hot and cold pressure water, aft, and a Norcold refrigerator is in the middle under the counter. In the forward section an Origo non-pressurized Alcohol stove is set into the counter. This stove also operates on 110 volts when connected to shore power. There are lockers outboard of the counter and underneath for food and utensil storage.
Next forward is a hanging locker to port, then v-berths forward. The berths are wide and relatively low, thus easy to enter. ther is a filler board and cushion to make the berths into a double. Ash ceiling strips above the berths offer insulation from the hull, and 3 opening ports offer good ventilation. Add to this a large opening hatch over the berth area.
Chrysler 275 HP Gasoline Engine
12 Volt DC Electrical System:
110 Volt AC Electrical System: