2000 Boston Whaler 28 Conquest

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Class Power
Category Cruisers, Express Cruiser, Sports Fishing Boats
Year 2000
Make Boston Whaler
Length 28'
Propulsion Type Other
Hull Material Fiberglass
Fuel Type Gas
Location Palm City, FL
Manufacturer Provided Description

The Boston Whaler 28 Conquest, more than 30 feet long, has a 10-foot, four-inch beam and a 20-inch draft. Helm and companion seats sit in the spacious cockpit. The stern seat folds flush with transom for optimum cockpit space. The galley features a refrigerator, sink with faucet, stove and microwave and the dinette converts into forward V-berth. Freshwater shower, sink and electric toilet are included with the head compartment. Boston Whaler introduced the Accutrack hull in 1996. This system combines the smooth ride of a deep-V design with the dry ride provided by strategically placed chines. A Boston Whaler has a distinct style. The distinctive Whaler 'smirk' - a reverse chine and forward spray rail - catches spray and redirects it beneath the hull. In a following sea, it pushes the bow up for better steerage and improved safety. Thoughtful layouts put amenities such as prep stations and controls within easy reach. Seats can handle hundreds of pounds in static loads. Coaming pads are scaled to catch people above the knees. Helms have unobstructed views. And fishing areas provide optimum freedom of movement. Boston Whaler's Unibond construction starts with steel-reinforced hull molds to ensure consistency. Gel coat is sprayed into the mold to create what will be the hull's exterior, a skin coat of fiberglass is applied, varying bi-axial and biaxial fiberglass sheets are coated with resin and hand-rolled into place. The deck mold is lowered into the hull mold and the two are latched together to form a closed mold system. Liquid structural foam fills the cavity between the hull and deck. The access plate is secured, and the foam bonds permanently to the resin and fiberglass. No screws, rivets or adhesives are necessary since the hull and deck form a single unit. Boston Whaler's lifting eyes extend completely through the Unibond hull, they are reinforced for maximum towing and lifting strength. On all Whalers, cleats are generously sized. Hinges are solid stainless steel, not stamped and rolled. Fittings are recessed wherever possible to spare toes and to promote long life. Boston Whaler uses noncorrosive, welded, 316 stainless steel for its bow rails, to prevent water penetration, bleeding, rusting and staining. Fasteners are chrome-plated over the stainless for extra insurance against corrosion in the saltwater environment. Boston Whaler has a custom synthetic material made to back their fittings. This 'Whale board' is impervious to moisture, as strong as aluminum and has twice the holding power of mahogany All seats and seat bases on Boston Whalers are made of rot-proof, maintenance-free composite materials. Boston Whaler makes its own custom wiring harnesses specially designed to prevent corrosion. The company uses shrink-tube electrical connectors and tinned copper wiring, waterproof switches and circuit breakers. Boston Whaler cockpits are all finished fiberglass, pretty much anywhere you might set your feet a molded-in nonskid surface offers good traction. Interior surfaces, including the bilge, are clean, smooth, finished gel coat, there's no raw fiberglass to trap stagnant water and debris. To perform a swamped capacity test, Boston Whaler pumps hundreds of gallons of water into the boat while a crew of employees climbs aboard. The swamped capacity is reached when water overflows the gunnel. With a swamped capacity of 2,000-pounds, a 16-foot, seven-inch Montauk can easily hold 10 people while swamped. Whether the classic twin sponson hull design or an Accutrack System hull, which combines a deep-V hull entry and a reverse chine with Unibond construction, there's a stable hull configuration and spray redirected under the hull.

Interior
  • Sliding FBG lockable cabin door
  • Maple interior color
  • Sleeps 2 in aft mini-cabin (with privacy curtain), also there is a full size cushion to make the forward dinette table (which drops down into a recessed edge) to make a full sized berth when needed.  That cushion is stored off the boat in the owner's garage.
  • Cruiseair reverse-cycle Air-Conditioning 
  • Cabin sole is Teak & Holly
  • Toshiba flat panel TV with Shakespeare SeaWatch antenna 
  • Opening portlights with screens, one overhead deck hatch above dinette table.
  • 110v/12v refrigerator, GE microwave, hideaway single burner cooktop, sink and trash can.
  • Hanging locker with cedar lined wall 
  • Boat has all LED lighting
  • 110v GFI outlets
  • Aft cabin has opening clear plexi hatch (onto helm deck), reading light, and berth has extra foam layer for cushion
Navigation and Electronic Equipment

Newer electronics include: 

  • Simrad NSS 12" evo3 multi-function color display / recording depth / GPS-Chartplotter / radar
  • Simrad autopilot
  • Simrad dome 4G radar on a Seaview raised mounting
  • Simrad RS35 VHF radio with AIS receiving
  • Standard Horizon VHF (both radios have DSC)
  • Two fiberglass radio antennas on adjustable mounts
  • ATT remote spotlight control
  • Ritchie magnetic compass
Hull and Deck Equipment
  • Clarion stereo / Jensen amp / Clarion remote panel at helm / 2 Pioneer speakers in cabin / 4 Sony Marine speakers on helm deck and cockpit + a subwoofer speaker
  • Factory Boston Whaler Hardtop with molded overhead radio box at helm
  • Aluminum framed windshield with tinted glass, windshield wipers and hinge opening side vents
  • Four sided enclosure (with U-zips) is stored off the boat in owner's garage 
  • No bottom paint, kept either as in-out storage or on a boatlift
  • One piece stainless bow rail, integral FBG pulpit, stainless anchor chute with rollers
  • Lewmar electric windlass, remote control at helm
  • Fortress anchor with chain and rode, top opening anchor hatch with drainage 
  • Helmsman's chair, Companion bench seating
  • New 1 year ago, new SeaStar tiltable Helm wheel (with cheater knob)
  • Remote control spotlight
  • Dual trumpet air horn
  • Underwater lights, Lumitec
  • Under gunnel blue LED lighting and 1 electric reel plug outlet
  • LED spreader lights & strip of blue LED lighting at aft edge of top
  • Livewell (30 gal) with pump and light in bottom
  • Running Lights and Anchor/Steaming light
  • Fold down aft bench seat with fold out legs
  • Rupp Top Gun radial outrigger bases (no outrigger poles)
  • 7 rod holders and 2 drink holders in cockpit, 4 other rod holders off hardtop aft corners
  • Cockpit sink, and drawers for gear storage, rack for Plano tackle boxes
  • Freshwater & Saltwater washdowns & outside shower hand-wands
  • Enlarged generator hatch with hinge, in addition to standard smaller hatch
  • Two air ducts at helm blow AC air on captain
  • Walk-through transom door
  • Cockpit coaming pads
  • Fold out stainless steel swim ladder
  • Miscellaneous safety grab railings
  • Fresh water level gauge at helm
  • Several hand-held fire extinguishers
  • Yamaha engine covers
  • 2 Taylor fenders (black) and dock lines
  • Fishing rod storage for 4 rods outboard of dinette in cabin
Electrical System
  • Northern Lights 5.5 kW diesel generator in sound shield (50 gallon capacity diesel in two tanks with gauges mounted in fish boxes)
  • 4 AGM batteries (2016), with manual parallel switch and radial battery shut offs (revised original Whaler battery system)
  • 2 Guest battery chargers, 20amp & 30amp
  • 30amp shore power inlet and 50' shore cord, adaptor for 30amp to 110v plug
  • 12v DC, 120v AC (60htz) electrical systems with volt meters on main electrical panel with circuit breaker switches
  • Remote generator starting from electrical panel, shore/gen switching
  • 12v outlet plug at helm
Mechanical Equipment
  • Yamaha digital network meters, 2 tach, speed, fuel management
  • Yamaha top-mount control with engine tilt control
  • Yamaha analog water temp gauges
  • Apollo XHS stainless props
  • SeaStar Hydraulic steering 
  • Bennett Trim tabs, tab planes are partially recessed in aft hull bottom
  • CruiseAir reverse-cycle AC, condensate drain plumbed to shower sump
  • Shurflo AquaKing1 freshwater pump and accumulator pressure tank
  • Raw water sea strainer with hose attach for priming, Air Cond system
  • Vacu-flush head with holding tank and macerator or deck pump out
  • Seaward Stainless hot water heater
  • Ventilation Blower in generator compartment
  • Auto Fire Suppression tank in generator compartment
  • Racor primary fuel filter for generator
  • Shurflo H20 Blaster, washdown pump
  • Auto/Manual bilge pumps
Disclaimer and Exclusions

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.  This 28' Conquest is currently in use by the present owner and as a result there are items visible in the photographs that may not convey with the sale.  A specific list of exclusions will be provided upon request accompanied by an acceptable written offer.  Buyer should assume that items not specifically identified on the full spec could be excluded.  Certainly tools, dive gear, handheld electronics, charts, personal safety gear/weather gear will be excluded.

 

Contact Information

Contact Joe Majcherek: Cell 561-346-2367   Off: 954-525-8112  EMail: JoeM@Gilmanyachts.com

 

Dimensions
Nominal Length
28
Length Overall
28.5
Length on Deck
30.7
Max Draft
1.7
Beam
10.33
Weights
Dry Weight
8500
Accommodations
Double Berths
2
Heads
1
Engine Make Yamaha
Engine Model F-250
Engine Year 2005
Total Power 500hp
Engine Hours 359
Engine Type Other
Fuel Type Gas
Hull Shape Deep Vee
2000 Boston Whaler 28 Conquest

NEW TO MARKET!

28' Boston Whaler 2000

Yamaha 250hp 4-strokes were new in 2005 and have only 359 hours since.  Lift kept, now indoor stored, no bottom paint and in nice condition.  This model year of the Conquest has 296 gallon fuel capacity which gives exceptional range.  Unique to this boat, she is fitted with a diesel Northern Lights generator and 50 gallons of diesel tankage.  2015 Simrad electronics and the interior has two berth areas.  Wanna getaway? Check out the details and photos.

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