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Mariner 28, 28, for sale in Essex, Maryland - $10,000

Mariner 28

Essex, MD
Single
Engine
248836
Stock #

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1 video
$10,000
New
Year
1978
Brand
Mariner
Model
28
Type
Sloop
Length
28' 2"
Hours
Not yet known
The Mariner 28 was designed to give the cruising pleasure of a larger yacht, with the easy handling of a smaller boat. Her rig is ruggedly functional, clean and solid. For more information, copy and paste the link below: https://sparkleplenty.info/docs/mariner_history_ydwme/3501.html Sleeping up to six, with a galley, head, and dining space for all, this is truly a well thought out design. She has had updates and is ready for you to take the helm. Her roller furling genoa, replaced in 2019, is convenient for handling. She comes equipped with a Navico autohelm, which gives you freed...
Trophy 2902 WA, 2902, for sale in Essex, Maryland - $55,600

Trophy 2902

Essex, MD
Twin
225
238162
Stock #

170 photos

1 video
$55,600
Available
Year
2004
Brand
Trophy
Model
2902 WA
Type
Walkaround
Length
31' 5"
Hours
Unknown
What better way to start the boating season than with a perfect-size 2004 Trophy 2902. Just an amazing offshore fishing boat. This trophy has large walk-around sides that have more than the normal room for getting around the boat. The cabin is nicely laid out with seating and a table. You have a fully enclosed head with shower. This Trophy has space to sleep four! Plenty of space for sitting in the cockpit. You have easy access to the baitwell, sink, and other boat features. The boat is powered by twin Mercury 225 2-stroke outboards.
Chesapeake 48, 48, for sale in Essex, Maryland - $115,000

Chesapeake 48

Essex, MD
Twin
435
121589
Stock #

97 photos

1 video
$135,000
$115,000
Available
Year
2001
Brand
Chesapeake
Model
48
Type
Downeast Boat
Length
48'
Hours
2,800
This 2001 Chesapeake 48 deadrise boat was built by Chesapeake Boats in Crisfield, Maryland, Powered by twin CAT 3208's producing 435 HP each ! From the www.ChesapeakeBoats.com website "Prior to Captain John Smith's arrival on the Chesapeake Bay (1607) and continuing on to today, waterman on the Bay apply their boat building heritage and tradition of skilled craftsmanship. From hulls first developed by Native Americans to creating current "state of the art" hulls of fiberglass and high-tech composites - the tradition lives on. These qualities of craftsmanship and tradition are embodie...

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