1998 Precision 28

$29 900

1998 Precision 28

Name: My Dream
Length
28
Fuel type
Diesel
Hull material
Fiberglass

Your Day on the Water just got better!

As a freshwater boat, “My Dream” offers a unique blend of modern cruising amenities in a 28 footer focused on winning speed, safety and reliable handling.  A road worthy trailer opens up options in mobility and storage.

“My Dream” has a bright and inviting interior with oiled teak bulkheads, light grey overhead, light ceilings, and a teak and holly cabin sole.  Cabin is tall enough for a 6 foot tall person to walk around in with plenty of head room.

The forward cabin has an adult size vee berth with port & starboard shelves, deck hatch, port & starboard reading lights and privacy curtains.

The salon’s settees flanking the folding centerline table serve as single berths with shelves and storage outboard.  Good light and ventilation are provided by multiple opening ports, deck hatch, and the companionway.

The L-shaped galley to port has a deep stainless steel sink near center line with pressure hot & cold water, 6 gallon hot water heater, insulated, top loading ice box, counter tops w/fiddles and compartments making food preparation in harbor or underway easy and efficient.  The Origo 4100 two burner alcohol stove is safe and simple to use.  An opening port with screen near the stove and the companion way provide good ventilation while cooking.

The head is to starboard of the companionway with a Porta Potti, pressure water, stainless steel sink, mirror, handheld shower fixture, cabinets, hanging wet locker, dome lights, and opening port w/screen.

Fold down nav station forward of the head compartment.

The port aft cabin has a comfortable double berth with storage shelf and vanity counter and locker.  Hull and cockpit ports along with overhead lights make it all feel light and airy.

  • 6” Ritchie pedestal mounted compass
  • Raymarine Tridata speed log
  • Raymarine Tridata depth sounder
  • West Marine handheld VHF marine radio
  • Kenwood AM/FM/Stereo/CD player w/cabin & cockpit speakers
  • 2 New Interstate batteries
  • Battery parallel switch
  • Battery charger
  • 50’ 30 amp shore power cord
  • 12 volt DC electronic panel w/circuit breakers
  • 110 volt AC panel w/circuit breakers
  • 4 GFCI outlets
  • Danforth style anchor w/chain to nylon rode
  • Foredeck anchor locker
  • Bow pulpit and stern rail
  • Double lifelines w/gates
  • Teak hand rails
  • Four mooring cleats
  • Forward deck hatch
  • 3 Fenders
  • Fire extinguisher
  • 4 Adult PFDs
  • Life sling in soft blue case on stern rail
  • Navigation lights – Port and starboard running lights are up on the bow pulpit for good visibility.  Stern light is mounted up on the stern.  The steaming light/    deck light is on the front of the mast.
  • Drink holders
  • 2 Cockpit cushions
  • Ice chest under helm seat
  • Port & starboard stern rail seats
  • Walk thru transom to swim platform
  • Boarding ladder
  • Boat hook
  • Hand bilge pump
  • Cleaning brush on extendable pole
  • Cruise equipped
  • Harken MKII roller furling jib
  • Manual boom vang
  • Adjustable inboard jib tracks

Sails

  •  Sobstad Dacron main sail w/full battens, 2 reef points & dark blue cover
  • Sobstad Dacron roller furling 110% Jib w/UV dark blue protection panel
  • Sail area:  356 sq. ft. (110% fore triangle)
  • Anodized aluminum mast is deck stepped
  • Split backstay
  • Harken mainsheet traveler
  • Harken 4:1 mainsheet
  • All lines led aft
  • Jib halyard
  • Spinnaker halyard and blocks
  • Main halyard
  • 2 Harken self-tailing primary winches
  • 2 Harken cabin top standard winches w/clutches
  • Line bags
  • 2 Winch handles
  • Manual bilge pump
  • Automatic bilge pump
  • Engine throttle, shift lever and fuel shutoff on steering pedestal
  • Engine emergency alarm for oil pressure/engine temperature
  • Closed system cooling
  • Racor primary and secondary fuel filters
  • Diesel fuel shut off valve
  • Porta-Potti
  • Force 10 six gallon electric hot water heater
  • Edson stainless steel steering wheel
  • Manual cable and quadrant steering
  • 2 Blade fixed sail prop on 1” stainless steel shaft
  • Proper seacocks
  • Hydrocoat Ablative Antifouling bottom paint
  • Custom built 2011 galvanized tandem axel Loadmaster Trailer.  Trailer has front pole with winch to step mast and extendable tongue extension to enable launching of boat from ramp
  • Yanmar operating manuals

Summary of maintenance performed by boat and diesel companies in the Madison area:

2006

Boat House of Madison

• cleaned and buffed entire exterior of boat

• installed flag mount

• drained, re-filled fresh water system

• changed oil and fuel filter on diesel

• installed 2 new batteries

• secured boat cradle to car transport trailer

• transported boat to Lake Mendota

• lifted in and rigged boat in spring

• lifted out and stored boat in fall

2007

Boat House of Madison

• lifted in and rigged boat in spring

• lifted out boat

• power washed bottom

• winterized boat and water hold

• stored at Boat House

2008

Boat House of Madison

• installed in Windex

• replaced fuel pump on Yanmar engine

• replaced bent engine stop cable

• lifted in and rigged boat in spring

• lifted out and power washed boat in fall

• winterized engine

• cleaned out drain line to anchor locker

• replaced fuel line that had deteriorated over time

2009

Polk Diesel & Machine

• installed new impeller

2010

Mendota Boat Works

• acid wash, clean and machine buff hull sides with wax

• removed bow pulpit to clean old caulk and refasten to boat

• tighten keel bolts

Brightwork Boat Works

• refinish teak on exterior of boat and installed in plastic window in companion way

Owner installed engine compartment blower

2011

Ordered custom built tandem axel trailer from Loadmaster Trailer Company

• galvanized

• electric brakes

• 7 foot tongue extension for ramp launching

• bow ladder with extension and winch to step mast

2012

Boat was struck by lightening while moored on Lake Mendota

Boat House of Madison

• lifted boat in and out for repair

• repaired cracks haul near transducer and propeller shaft

• replace circuit breaker panel

• replace all lights

• installed new stereo head unit and speakers

• installed stereo remote control in cockpit

2013

Mendota Boat Works

• acid wash, bleach and clean deck

• buff hull sides with rubbing compound

• buff with wax to seal and protect against UV

• changed engine oil and winterized during fall pull out

2014

Boat House of Madison

• caulked aluminum trim rings on all port lights

• power washed and scrubbed top deck and hull sides

• replaced bilge pump• winterized engine during fall pull out

2015

Boat House of Madison winterized engine during fall pull out

2016

Boat House of Madison

• installed spinnaker rigging

• power washed and scrubbed top deck and hull sides

• removed old hull stripes and installed new stripes

2018

Serviced diesel engine at Kieler Service Center

• changed Oil and filter

• pumped fuel out of tank and added fresh fuel

• replaced fresh water impeller

• drained and refilled engine coolant

Boat remained on trailer in storage during 2019 and 2020 seasons

2021

Installed two new Interstate batteries

Owner maintained boat other than was has been mentioned above. Bottom was repainted about every 3 years. Last used Hydrocoat Ablative Antifouling Paint 1840 Black

If you are looking to enhance relationships, this boat is designed for you.  Feel safe, secure and comfortable in this affordable, and mobile summer/winter home.  She has had very light use and is ready to provide fond memories for her new owners.

Personal belongings and tools.

Contact Information

  • 520 S WATER ST MILWAUKEE, WI 53204
  • 262-498-2969
  • Monday – Friday: 9:00AM – 5:00PM Saturday: 9:00AM – 4:00PM Sunday: By Appt
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Ed Jirsa
262-498-2969

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Special Yard Hours

Hours for the yard will be Tuesday through Sunday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. You may call us at 847 336-5456 or email us at Schedule@larsenmarine.com. 

Please be advised that like many other communities, Waukegan has a requirement for face coverings. Please do not enter any building where you boat is not stored, especially our workshops and Service Departments.