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2007 Carolina Classic 28 - Diesel - 165 Hours - SOLD

Old 08-18-2010, 08:39 AM
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Default 2007 Carolina Classic 28 - Diesel - 165 Hours - SOLD

This is a 2007 Carolina Classic 28 powered by twin Volvo D4 260HP Inboard diesel engines with only 165 hours! This boat is loaded, lift kept and like new! No liens. Original owner.

REDUCED $30,000 --- NOW $140,000 OR BEST OFFER!!!

Free storage on existing lift until Spring (or longer).

DETAILS
-Factory tower with enclosure and upper station controls
-Power steering in upper and lower stations
-Westerbeke generator-5kw - Approximately 15 hours
-Reverse cycle AC and heat
-Larger helm console (from Carolina Classic 32 series)
-White rubrail with stainless insert
-Battery charger
-Flo Thru hot water heater
-Corian in gallery and head
-Teak and holly sole
-Ultraleather custom cushions and pillows from factory
-Coaming pads
-Spreader lights
-Furuno 10.4in 1824C/NT Navnet 2 RADAR-24in radome
-Furuno 7in 1720C/NT Navnet 2 RADAR in tower station
-Furuno Multi Display RD 30
-Furuno FU 5271 HD 1 KW in-hull transducer
-Furuno FU 235DT Bronze through-hull sensor
-Simrad AP 16 autopilot with RFC35 Fluxgate compass
-ICOM IC-M504 VHF in electronics box
-ICOM HM-162 Command Mic in tower station
with networked additional VHF in tower console-dual Shakespeare 8ft antennas on stainless ratchet mounts on the buggy top
-Sony CD Stereo with wired remote
-Freshwater flush system for both engines and generator
-Oil change system for both engines and generator
-Factory ACME Nibral four-blade props in prop pockets
-10 in-gunwale rod holders from factory, including 4 in the transom, 3 port and 3 starboard
-Lee Pro single spreader outriggers from factory with collapsible rear legs
-Center rigger on tower
-Aluminum plate under cockpit deck for fighting chair-no chair installed but its there for the next guy if he wants to install one.

2007 is the first year with the light green glass. The owner ordered this boat from the factory and visited the factory twice during the build. All electronics were installed at Laytons which is right next to the Carolina Classic factory. Through-hull transducer and autopilot-related items were installed at the factory by Carolina Classic. The selling dealer was Dave Mueller at Anchor Yacht Basin just south of Annapolis. The owner picked the boat up at the factory and brought it up the ICW through Norfolk VA.

*** BOAT LOCATED IN: Ocean City MD (21842) ***

http://www.anglersedgemarine.com/sea...1&diid=3106014




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Old 09-06-2010, 11:50 AM
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Default $20K Price Reduction

Check out the specs at Angler's Edge. This boat is like new and sitting on the lift. Your wife or girlfriend will let you buy this boat because the cabin looks great. The head has never even been used! The shower has never been used. Corian. Teak & Holly. The boat has been under fished and over loved. Rockfish this fall and winter with the heat on!
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Does the CC have the long range tanks 290gal or the standard 210gal?
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It has the standard fuel capacity. I thought it was 220, but I can confirm it with Carolina Classic.
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Old 09-08-2010, 01:21 PM
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WOW beauty boat ! .. love the CC28's .. been to the Hudson canyon a few times on my buddies,.. great riding boat IMO .. looks like she has all the right goodies on her too ... although i'm not in the market, what are performance #s with the volvo 260's ?

very best of luck with your sale sir.

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Thanks Mike. The D4 common rail 260's in this boat use 17 to 19 GPH at a 27 to 28 knot cruise. The boat weighs about 16,000 lbs with a 24 degree deadrise. I had a 20,000 lb Hi-Tide lift made for this boat. I bought the boat as "bait" to get my 2nd and 3rd sons and my wife out on offshore trips. Hence the AC/Heat, water heater, Diesel genset and the non-fishy interior finishes. It worked a couple of times, but then it was just me and the oldest son.

By the way, the hours are 165, not 175. That includes the trip from the factory in Edenton, NC to our house in Ocean City, MD. That's 3 seasons of use. This boat has never been fished in the bay in Ocean City as we have other boats for that. Offshore only, so the hull and running gear are absolutely immaculate. No bottom paint so your surveyor can confirm that it's never been grounded.

This is a boat that I would have bought if it was available when I ordered a new one from the factory.
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Default Low 140's Will Take This Boat - Let's See Some Offers

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WOW, what a beautiful boat. No way in hell I can afford it, but damn is that nice. Some day though.
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Old 09-15-2010, 11:39 AM
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Tin, I don't know how they do it in Michigan, but here in Washington, DC we generally just use other people's money to buy whatever we want right now, then we argue with each other about paying it back (but we never actually pay it ******.

So, you can afford any boat you see.
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Default Another $10K Reduction to $140K OBO

Just took another $10K off of this 165 hour boat. Yes, I know it says 175 but that was a guess because I was 3 hours from the boat. 165 hours is fact because, well, it's a fact.

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http://www.anglersedgemarine.com/searchengine/Details.aspx?diid=3106014&bvdid=20061&type=AN&indi d=1&sortCol=Length&sortDir=DESC&page=41&#

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Maybe I need to move to DC and get me some of that Bama money.
Best of luck on a hell of a nice boat.
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I'm in love !!
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Wow...boat lust. Or maybe it's I am pining for my 2004 CC28. I can't believe how much space there is to work around those D4's...mine had KAMD300's and there was very little room to work on the engines. That was my only complaint about the boat.
Good luck on the sale!!
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Not to hijack the thread but what is the light green glass? Thanks
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In or around 2007, Carolina Classic switched from the traditional light brown glass that CC, Albemarle and others had used up to that point. I was told by Keith Privott of CC that it was both aesthetic and a requirement to acheive American Boat & Yacht Council certification.

http://www.abycinc.org/

After a few years of looking at small express sportfishers, I had always been draw to Cabo, partly for the cleaner look of the light green glass. When I ordered the CC, I specified a white rubrail with stainless insert to further brighten the exterior look.

Compare pictures of a 2006 or earlier CC to the later models. The earlier boats generally have the dark glass and rubrails. One is really no better than the other, it's just preference. Same bulletproof hull.

Keith did mention that the light green glass provides superior visibility when running in low-light conditions and in the rain. I think that's why ABYC encouraged the change.

I'm sure others may know if there were any other reasons ABYC would encourage (or require) a certain glass. I'd like to learn more.
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Beautiful boat. If I could fast forward about two years it would be mine...

Good luck with the sale.
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cant believe this boat is stil around nobody jump om a deal like this .i have a 07 25 cc i can tell you nobody builds them like mac at the cc factory .
good luck with your sale oc eddie. wish had the extra money
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That boat looks perfect! Love the fact that you got it to lure your family offshore. My girl loves fishing with me on my 27 Rambo, but it certainly doesn't have the creature comforts your CC has. I'm just wondering how long she'll be cool with using the "bucket." I may have to make a trip to OC to take a look!
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I appreciate all the compliments. Somebody's gonna get a best-in-breed boat (IMO).

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