1998 Henriques 28 Express - Excellent Condition
Asking $74,500 but would consider trade towards 29? ? 34? center console (essentially trading unusually good fuel economy and protected helm/cabin for additional speed).
-LOA: 30?2? (includes anchor pulpit)
-Displacement: 10,500 pounds
-Engines: Twin 200HP Volvo Diesels TAMD 41
-Hours: 1650 Starboard, only 50 on Port
-Fuel Capacity: 220 gallons (110 each side)
-Water capacity: 30 gallons
-Location: Wickford Cove Marina, Wickford, Rhode Island
Second owner. When purchased the boat it had about 1000 hours on it. It now has 1650 total hours.
Port side motor was completely overhauled in 2011 - all original Volvo parts were used and the work was performed by a Volvo mechanic. Both engines run great. AirSep air filtration system was added to both engines in the spring of 2012. Fuel economy and performance were noticeably enhanced. She cruises at 22 knots, with a combined fuel burn of only 12.5 GPH.
Many items have been upgraded over standard Henriques package for a 28 Express: Electronics upgraded to Raymarine C120 (has back-up Northstar 952). B64 AirMar 1KW flush thru-hull transducer added. 6 person Revere inflatable life raft added. ICOM 504 radio added. New, larger Ritchie compass. All the lights (inside and out) have been converted to LED. Rear deck lights have been added. A center rigger has been added. Cabin floor is custom teak and holly. Detachable swim ladder added. Also have the kit, although not installed as of yet, for automatic leveling of the trim tabs.
Has Simrad autopilot, windless and outriggers. Three new AGM batteries were installed in 2011. ? of the isinglass was replaced in 2012. A new refrigerator was added in 2012. New CD/Stereo was added in 2010. Both interior and exterior speakers were upgraded in 2012. The Furuno radar unit was sent out to Furuno, mid-summer 2012, and was refurbished. Boat would be sold with a full Coast Guard safety package and would also include fenders, dock lines, shore power cord, etc. Boat is turn-key. Nothing needed.
The boat is a solid, dependable fishing platform. It runs very well (regular canyon trips) and still looks exceptionally good. The vessel has never been damaged by any storms or other incidents. Respond to thread or call Chuck direct: 401-623-1344