The Precision 28' "Karma" is a fast, fun, stable pocket cruiser with a great family lay-out, good storage and comfortable seating. She has wheel steering and is powered by a Yanmar diesel engine. Main, Harken roller furling headsail and a spinnaker.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Precision Boat Works
Designer: Jim Taylor
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 28 ft 0 in
Beam: 10 ft 0 in
LWL: 23 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 3 ft 8 in
Displacement: 5500 lbs
Ballast: 1900 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 2 in
Dry Weight: 5500 lbs
Fresh Water Tanks: (22 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (9 Gallons)
Number of single berths: 6
Manufacturer Provided Description
The Precision 28 achieves her performance objectives of winning speed, safety, stability, and reliable handling by means of a very carefully refined combination of a fine waterline entry, substantial flare to the topsides forward, and powerful sections aft that taper to an only moderately broad transom. This precise fore and aft balance of hull volume avoids the trim and handling problems that less symmetrical hulls suffer when heeled, and it gives reassuring margins of both reserve buoyancy forward and of "knockdown stability." The fixed keel of the Precision 28 is a deliberate departure from that of her smaller keel-centerboard sisters, which are all designed to be easily trailered. The Precision 28 is large enough not to be trailered on a regular basis. With her keel design freed from the constraints trailering imposes, she could be given a standard keel drawing a substantial 3.6 feet. (Fixed keels with significantly less draft, even if fitted with wings, have proven to perform poorly upwind). The Precision 28 keel is an external lead casting that features a very carefully developed "end plate effect bulb" at the tip, a well-proven design that provides excellent upwind efficiency and stability, is less troublesome than wings, and approaches the all-around performance potential of the deep-draft elliptical fin. Her meticulous deck and cockpit detailing reflect the long and careful thought that designer and builder put into her development. Wheel steering is standard, and both main and genoa sheets are led aft near the helm for easy shorthanded sailing. Inboard chainplates and genoa tracks allow close-winded sheeting angles and easy passage past the low, sleek cabin house. The cockpit is longer than typical, and features reassuringly deep seats and a closed transom to keep both crew and gear securely inside. The high coamings are precisely angled for maximum comfort both upright and heeled, and there is no awkward bridgedeck to clamber over when going below. This shares in Precision's well-deserved reputation for exquisite tooling, sound construction and thoughtful detailing. Precision Boat Works has always eschewed flash-in-the-pan gimmickry in favor of structural integrity and long term functionality, and this straightforward approach has earned them an enviable reputation in the marketplace.
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