1995 Nauset 28 Downeast Hardtop Cruiser
"Nauset" is a beautiful Downeast Hardtop Cruiser with a 2006 Yanmar engine that has been very well taken care of by its owner. The Nauset 28 , built in the traditional New England style , provides a high quality product designed with an open concept , ideal for the cruising couple. There are many notable features and options added to this Nauset that shouldn't be overlooked , please view the Full Specs to learn more..
Upgrades & Additions
Remove the original non AYB compliant CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) system and broken CNG cooktop and install a completely new (hoses, wiring, solenoid, gas tank, cooktop, etc.) AYB compliant propane system.
New AC/DC Norcold Refrigerator installed.
Install new single lever engine control with new throttle and shift cables installed.
Install new 30 Amp ProMariner galvanic isolator installed.
Install new Newmar (6”x24”) SSB Ground Plate, new “divers’ zinc” and new, heavier, ground cables.
Three plastic thru hulls were removed and the thru hull fitting holes were glassed in. Three new bronze thru hulls were installed 4” above the location of the removed plastic thru hulls. On all three thru hulls, new wire reinforced hose and new anti-syphon valves were installed.
Install new Standard Horizon VHF Radio installed.
Install new, upgraded, battery cables and DC panel power and ground cables installed.
Remove the complete original 1995 sanitation system, from the toilet to the original 14-gallon holding tank and manual overboard pump out and install a completely new sanitation system (new Raritan manual toilet, new 28-gallon Dometic holding tank, new Jabsco macerator pump and all new sanitation system hoses.)
Install new Xantrex 1,000-watt PROwatt SW Invertor with dedicated outlet and remote on/off switch in the galley area.
Install new Xantrex TRUECHARGE 40 Amp Battery Charger.
Install new heavy-duty battery selector switch, with new cables between the batteries and the switch.
Install new automatic bilge pump and float switch with isolated circuit breaker/switch.
Have custom Sunbrella Textilene sunshades/screens made for the deckhouse windows.
Install two new Vetus windshield wipers.
Replace the three remaining plastic thru hulls with bronze, raise one 4” so that all thru hulls are bronze and none are on or at the waterline.
Install new solar power system (300 watts of solar panels, an MPT controller and circuit breakers between the panels and the controller and between the controller and the batteries.)
Install new Si-Tex SVS880CF Chart Plotter (Navionics data).
Install new Furuno Fish-finder/depth sounder.
Install new LED navigation lights and new Shakespeare VHF and SSB antennas.
Removed the old batteries and installed 6 new Group 31 AGM batteries.
Had the cabin sole stripped and polyurethaned and the interior teak varnished.
Removed the old hot water heater and installed a new Isotemp hot water heater (stainless steel jacket), installed a new fresh water pump, replaced most hot and cold-water hoses and installed a new Scandvik galley faucet.
Installed 2 new AC outlets.
Converted all interior lights to LED.
Installed 2 new LED cockpit lights.
Over the winter of 2018/2019, while the boat was on the hard and stored indoors:
The original vinyl fabric on the hull sides in the V-berth was removed. The raw fiberglass underneath was ground smooth, filled and faired, reground, filled and faired a second time and then painted.
Four new Beckson opening ports and a new Beckson deck hatch (exact replacements for the originals) were installed.
A completely new headliner was installed in the V-berth area and all wiring under the headliner was replaced and upgraded in the process.
. All existing hardware and electronics were removed from the deckhouse roof. All hardware and electronics were reinstalled and a completely new headliner was installed inside. All wiring to the deckhouse roof (with the exception of the radar cable) and wiring under the deckhouse headliner was replaced.
The galley was modified to create more storage and a Sun Beam microwave was installed.
The Covid-19 year.
The propane cooktop installed in 2012 failed, the model had been discontinued and parts were not available, so a new ENO 2 -Burner Cooktop was installed.
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