| Condition: || Used: A vehicle is considered used if it has been registered and issued a title. Used vehicles have had at least one previous owner. The condition of the exterior, interior and engine can vary depending on the vehicle's history. See the seller's listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitions- opens in a new window or tab ... Read moreabout the condition || Year: || 1982 |
| Use: || Fresh Water, Salt Water || Make: || Bertram |
| Engine Type: || Twin Inboard/Outboard || Model: || Flybridge |
| Engine Make: || Mercruiser || Length (feet): || 28 |
| Engine Model: || 225 || Beam (feet): || 11 |
| Primary Fuel Type: || Gas || Hull Material: || Fiberglass |
| For Sale By: || Private Seller |
A world-class sport fishing boat that's never seen a fish This Bertram 28 was owned and operated by my father in his retirement years, a lifelong Pacific Northwest pleasure boater who kept this one up with clean rags and an open checkbook. My folks would day cruise in her from their slip in Friday Harbor, once or twice visiting a bed and breakfast in Pender but mostly spent boating days tooling around Washington State’s San Juan Islands, getting back to the marina before dark. Location: Friday Harbor, WA, U.S.A. Hauled, serviced, and detailed every year (once he was unable to polish and wax it himself), this is the 28 you’ve hoped to find — my father bought it from someone just like him, if you follow. My sister and I have racked our brains for ways it might make sense for us to keep the boat, but it’s just not meant to be. Someone is going to be delighted with her, there’s a ton of boat there for the size. This summer saw new bottom paint, zincs, and batteries. Twin 225 gas Mercruisers are fresh water cooled and are running perfectly at 1200 hours. Dual driving stations for all-weather cruising. Head, kitchen, dinette and v-berth are as spotless as the exterior. Diesel heater present but capped off — my mom said she could smell diesel no matter what was done, so that satisfied her — and the boat still has its original fiberglass tank, so no ethanol fuel for you. Fortunately there are plenty of harbors selling ethanol-free in the San Juans, although a new owner could certainly replace the tank. Long story short, if you’re after a project boat, this probably isn’t the one for you. If you’re looking to take on fuel and start boating, I look forward to hearing from you. Slip may be transferable, clean title in hand.