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SOLD 1979 MARINER 28 SAILBOAT RCYC Member boat for sale $14,999

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      Pam and Carl Corey

        This 1979 Mariner 28 is well-maintained, featuring teak and holly flooring, teak paneling and cabinetry throughout, with louvered teak doors between the main cabin, head/sink area, and V-berth, and teak ceiling support strips. notes that the “MARINER 28 (CANNING) has retained its value as a result of superior building, a solid reputation, and a devoted owner base.” More photos available on the Craigslist ad:

        CONTACT: JAS. ADAMS (owner)
        Phone: 503-349-0840
        S/V Peregrine may be viewed by appointment only

        Hull Type: Fin w/spade rudder
        Rigging Type: Masthead Sloop
        Displacement: 7,450.00 lb / 3,379 kg
        Ballast: 2,500.00 lb / 1,134 kg
        Max Draft: 4.42 ft / 1.35 m
        Hull Material: Fiberglass
        Length: 28.17 ft
        Beam: 9.4 ft
        Heads: 1
        Fuel Type: Diesel Yanmar 15 hp
        Cabin Heat: Webasto forced air diesel

        1. Headroom in main cabin: 6’2”
        2. V-berth forward, 2 settee berths, 1 quarter berth
        3. Bulkhead teak dinette table with supported drop-leaf
        4. Teak and holly flooring; teak paneling throughout cabin
        5. Teak louvered sliding doors between cabin, salon & V-berth
        6. Two teak upper cabinets forward of starboard/port teak shelves
        7. Added: Pioneer stereo radio/CD player w/ interior speakers
        8. Brass (added): barometer, clock, lamp, frame for Peregrine art
        9. Storage areas below cabin settees + outboard of settee cushions
        10. Five upgraded brass LED lights and 3 added dome lights
        11. Webasto forced-air diesel heater (see “Major Upgrades”)
        12. Replaced Lexan in opening portlights, 4 cabin, 2 V-Berth, 2 in salon

        1. L-shaped galley with stainless steel sink & pressurized cold water
        2. Two-burner non-pressurized alcohol stove (safest in-cabin option)
        3. Top loading icebox; teak dish rack; teak-lidded storage
        4. Two storage shelves w/ teak doors behind teak-lidded compartment
        5. Brass ship bell

        1. Upgraded Raritan Superflush Marine Head (2022)
        2. Upgraded rigid holding tank (15 gallons)
        3. Rigid water tank (15 gallons)
        4. Stainless steel sink with pressurized cold water
        5. Storage behind sink, under sink counter, & aft of V-berth
        6. Hanging locker with louvered teak door behind head
        7. Overhead opening hatch with screen & outer sunbrella cover

        1. New Garmin EchoMap 64cv UHD chartplotter with sonar tranducer (2022)
        2. Upgraded VHF radio mounted on aft cabin bulkead near companionway
        with handheld microphone and outside antenna on aft cockpit rail
        3. Bow & stern lights, anchor light, added deck light
        4. Windex wind indicator atop 43’ mast
        5. Upgraded Delta anchor with rode storage inside bow compartment
        6. Autohelm (stored in bottom drawer of companionway steps)

        1. Roller-furling Genoa jib with Harken furler, professionally installed,
        with sheets led to cockpit winches
        2. Mainsail with control line led to bridge track
        3. 2 winches under dodger for hoisting mainsail & jib
        4. Added: Looped pennant- hoisting lines up to starboard & port spreaders
        5. All running lines replaced (except for in-boom mainsail outhaul)

        1. Sunbrella dodger upgrade w/ SS frame, pro-installed
        2. Large port lazarette for storage and engine access
        3. Starboard removable shallow bin plus access to fuel tank
        4. Rear hatch with access to stern area under cockpit
        5. Hinged boarding ladder (part of stern rail) extending to water level
        6. Pedestal with throttle, forward/reverse levers; wheel for rudder
        7. 360◦ revolving mount for chartplotter
        8. Added stern mount for flagpole and embroidered US flag
        9. Pedestal-mounted teak table for al fresco dining (added)
        10. Upgraded companionway hatch boards: 1 translucent +1 teak set
        11. Upgraded stainless steel rudder stops for cockpit wheel

        1. Webasto forced-air diesel heater with vents in main cabin & salon
        2. 150% genoa jib with Harken roller-furling
        3. CO Monitor mounted next to DC panel
        4. Medium firm foam cabin cushions with Sedona-threaded Sunbrella (2019)
        5. Complete engine rewiring (2022) with new AC/DC panels, switch, GFCI on AC lines, separated AC and DC lines to eliminate stray current
        6. Garmin EchoMap 64cv UHD chartplotter w/ sonar transducer (2022)

        1. BLUE BIN: Engine maintenance items, including transmission fluid, oil, funnels, filters, diesel additive
        2. GREEN BIN: Boat maintenance items, including cleaners, stove alcohol
        3. PURPLE BIN: Engine oil, additional brushes
        4. Extra mooring lines
        5. Raised platform behind pedestal steering wheel for visibility
        6. Upgraded companionway hatchboads: Translucent (everyday) + Teak
        7. Manual bilge pump & bucket (port lazarette)
        8. Sunbrella covers for topside teak handrails (top-step drawer)
        9. Fuel level dipstick and 5’ brush below starboard cockpit hatch tray
        10. Notebook with extensive information, manuals, instructions, etc.


        1. Lifesling throwable yoke ($227 new) $ 90
        2. Lifesling hoisting pulley ($175 new) $ 75
        3. Mastmate ladder to access mast ($350 new) $155
        4. Fujinon 7×50 marine waterproof binoculars w/ compass & distance gauge ($150 new) $ 65
        5. Yellow diesel tank w/ 5 gal treated diesel fuel $ 15

        SOLD SEPARATELY: SS MAGMA KETTLE PROPANE BBQ w/ mounts ($250 new) $110
        Highly recommended to add grilling/baking options to supplement safe alcohol stovetop in galley. 1-lb propane small tanks are safely storable in a light-colored canvas bag secured to cockpit rail, per ABYC standards.

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