Leeder 28 Flybridge


Price
AU $42,500 Finance
Currency
Length
28' 4" - 8.64m
Use
Family, Leisure, Cruising
Vessel Location
Brooklyn NSW Insurance
Hull Material
Fibreglass/GRP

The Leeder 28 would have to be one of the best cruisers built of that era. Leeder were built in Western Australia and known for the ability of handling unpleasant conditions well compared to similar vessels of the same size.

The approximate dimensions are: LOA: 34'6" / LWL 28'4" / Beam: 10'6" / Draft: 3'4" / Displacement: 3,460 Kg

We are pleased to offer this 1988 flybridge, dual steering station cruiser and all it has to offer including:

A fully reconditioned 454 Chev engine fitted in October 2017 showing approximately 1 hour at time of listing.

At the same time the antifouling was completed. The engine are fitted with a fresh water flushing system. If used this flushes fresh water through the cooling system.

The cockpit covers have been recently replaced.

The galley includes hot & cold water / LPG stove & oven / fridge / adequate storage.

Electronics include twin Navman trackers-fish finders / Navman GPS with east coast maps installed / CD-stereo / UHF radio.

Other inclusions are 2 hot & cold showers, electric toilet, electric anchor winch, battery charger, sun shades & black outs.
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This is a great family boat capable of sleeping 6 with a spacious cockpit for entertaining.

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Price
AU $42,500    Finance    Insurance
Boat Reference
P28leese
Length
28' 4" - 8.64m
Vessel Location
Brooklyn Nsw
Region
New South Wales
Hull Material
Fibreglass/GRP

CONTACT DETAILS
Broker / Dealer
Mainsales Marine Brokerage
Telephone
Address
31 Brooklyn Road
City / Suburb
Brooklyn
State
NSW
Country
Australia
Website


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