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1986 28 (ft.) Harris Yachts 28 Cuttyhunk

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General Information

Listing# 135271

Warwick, RI, United States
Boat Type
Model Year
Royal Lowell
28 Cuttyhunk
28 (ft.)
Hull Material
Fuel Type
Engine Model
6BT 5.9 M B Series
Number of Engines
Engine Type
Engine Hours

General Details

Designed by Royal Lowell, molded by Harris, these Downeasters are built to order.

Sitting at dock or mooring, the sleek lines and graceful curves attract and please the eye. Underway, Harris/Lowell boats slice through the waves "like butter", proving that these boats are especially meant for the elements. The hull expertly shapes the water passing by, not trying to fight the whole ocean.

Downeaster boats are known for exceptional stability and smooth handling, fuel economy and 'un-pounding' speed.

This 'Cuttyhunk' (a Northeast term) features a 5.9L Cummins Diesel (3485 hours); which is all original and comes with a meticulous maintenance log. She features a Custom Stainless Steel pan fit to the hull which has never been touched by a drop of oil.

She dons a 361 Stainless Steel Riser and Exhaust with Fiberglass Baffle. She'll consume about 2.5 gallons per hour at 2000 RPM. She burns about a quart and a half of oil over 150 hours.

Other Accommodations and equipment include.........

- Full Enclosed Canvas
- Hard Top
- Lofrans Windlass
- Dinghy Davits
- 3 Bilge Pumps
- Headroom in Canopy 6'3", 6' in Cabin
- Standard Safety Equipment (all up to date for 6 passengers)
- Spare Prop
- Radar Reflector

Her Navigational Equipment is impressive with Radar by Raytheon and top-line GPS by Garmin. Electronics are up to date and easily accessible.

Lowell says "the best way to understand our designs is to come take a ride & experience our boats for yourself. If we know of a previously owned Lowell boat that is on the market, we will note 'for sale' in the boat's listing on our website."

There's a reason why Lowell is called "Home of the lobster boat."

This listing has now been on the market a couple months. Please submit any and all offers today!

We encourage all buyers to schedule a survey for an independent analysis. Any offer to purchase is ALWAYS subject to satisfactory survey results.

Take a look at ALL ***104 PICTURES*** of this vessel, AND A VIDEO, on our main website at POPYACHTS DOT COM.Contact us for a free report on this vessel. We pay upfront for a report on every vessel possible, and we provide this peace of mind to our buyers at no charge and with no commitment. All you have to do is ask! At POP Yachts, we will always provide you with a TRUE REPRESENTATION of every vessel we market. We are a full-service brokerage company, ready to assist you in purchasing any boat anywhere! Please allow us to be your eyes and ears on the ground and assist you with your next vessel purchase. Thank you for visiting and we look forward to speaking with you!

Stock #35260


Arguably the best-built Lobster boat in the world, this Harris 28 Cuttyhunk is turnkey and ready for business. The overall condition of this vessel is outstanding. Regular maintenance by the same owner for the last 15 years has meant absolutely no mechanical or electrical issues of any kind. It's called pride in ownership. The owner of this vessel states the following....... - This boat has always been covered. - There is no build up of bottom paint. - There are no stress cracks. - Engine has never had any leaks - Uses about a quart and a half of oil in 150 hours of running. - No white smoke or black smoke on running. - Engine painted 10 years ago and no change in appearance. - Full oil/transmission/both filters replaced every 125 to 175 hrs. Some comments from the owner....... "I run this boat at 12 knots (75%) all the time and that is with a full load/4.5 to 5.5 gallons per hour." "If you run at hull speed 6 to 8 knots you burn 2.5 gallons per hour or less." "You can run thru anything with this boat and never feel any pounding." "I have a log book of every hours, fuel usage, travel locations, and a full description of all work performed." Lowell boats are known for their looks - and a great ride.