Owner is interested in selling this season. He has dropped the price $8,000 to $150,000 until November 1, 2018 when he will have the yacht hauled for the season.
"If you want a solid boat made by a pedigreed U.S. builder, Cutwater is worth a look. It handles well, is very comfortable and is economical to operate. At 9 knots (10.3 mph), it gets 3 mpg. It has plenty of space inside, a good usable cockpit and has the speed necessary to outrun the weather. And while it’s at home in a marina slip, it is fully trailerable, nicely styled and well fitted out." ~ Roger McAfee for Sea Magazine
Patty-O is a very nice example of the Cutwater 28. This yacht is super well equipped and ready to cruise this upcoming season. Inside stored over the winter, this is a Maine boat that sees a few months a year of in water time and the rest of the year she is stored out of the elements.
"Presenting the C-28 - a sensational family cruiser, delivering a combination of performance, comfort, style and value that no other boat in its class can match. Boasting the landmark Cutwater Keel Stepped Hull design for unexcelled ride comfort, performance, handling and fuel economy, and featuring the timeless appeal of classic down-east styling." ~ Cutwater Website
12-Volt DC System
110-Volt AC System
The Cutwater 28 takes full advantage of all usable space and incorporates features that are only found on much larger yachts through a series of easy conversions. The pilot saloon features a large galley that expands, pilot and co-pilot station, dinette with forward and aft facing bench seating and companionways to the mid-ship and forward cabins. This area also features:
Entering the pilot salon from the cockpit to port is the galley. The well equipped galley has great light and expands by folding the co-pilot seat forward offering additional work surface. This area also features:
Forward of the galley and dinette are the pilot and co-pilot stations. The bench seats on both sided flip forward for additional usable space when the boat was not under power. This area features:
Opposite the galley on the starboard side is the dinette with forward and aft facing seating. The aft facing seat converts to the helm seat when folded forward. The forward facing seat flips forward offering access to the mid-ship cabin. This area also features:
Flipping over the forward facing dinette seat you step down to a mid-ship cabin. This area features:
Forward of the pilot/co-pilot stations is the companionway down to the forward cabin. With en-suite head, breakfast nook and great storage this area offers very good privacy. Also featured in this area:
Located in the forward cabin outboard and aft to starboard is the molded head. This area comes complete with:
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