Norwegian flag. Taxes not paid for French Polynesia.
Based in French Polynesia
Single handed sailboat and ready to go.
6 sleeps - 1 double cabin
The Ohlson 28 is a Swedish construction built in 1976. In 2006, she was refitted and sailed from Sweden to the Caribbean and vice versa. She was sold to a couple who continued to refurbish her and then repeated the trip. The current owner bought her in 2012 and has sailed more than 15,000 nm, crossing two of the largest oceans, while modernizing and re-adapting her to its needs.
I've bought this sailboat in 2012 in Sweden.
She is very well equipped, easy to handle alone and ready for circumnavigation as she is.
The boat is well maintained and sails well for this size, she has a huge sail due to the longer bow. She behaves well through waves in rough seas and you feel very safe. The keel is molded (not bolted), it was built at the time when we still made "fiberglass boats" and it is very strong.
In general, she is the small boat at anchor, but people are often surprised at how spacious and comfortable she is!
I measure 1.95m, it is certainly a small sailboat but that did not prevent me from sleeping there comfortably.
After 7 years of sailing, I make the decision to sell my dear boat for new projects.
Solè Diesel mini 17 - 16.5 HP 12 kW (new in 2008)
Cutlass bearing (2018)
3-blade fixed propeller
Diesel tank: 170 L + 40 L in cans on aft platform (for a range of more than 700 nm and almost a week of sailing)
Reinforced cutter rigging
1 Additional backstay (2018)
1 Additional baby stay (2018)
1 Additional forestay (2018)
2 Backstays (1 Furlex of 2016)
1 Main sail (2019)
2 Jib on furler (2019)
1 Genoa 150% on furler
1 Genoa 125%
2 Winches Andresen 28ST selftailing (2009)
Reefs and all control lines led aft to the cockpit
Main mooring: Delta anchor 15kg + 25m of 8mm chain + 25m of 5/16 chain
Secondary mooring: Bruce anchor 10kg + 10m of 8mm chain + 50m of rope
Additional 40 m line (new in 2019) for mooring in deep water with a chain of approx. 10 m
Fresh water tank: 160 L in 2 tanks + 2 * 20 L cans
Holding tank 20 L
Techimpex 2 burner gas stove + oven (2008)
Viking gas bottle
70L refrigerator with ASU water-cooled isothermal compressor (2008)
Johnson manual toilet (new 2019)
JVC Stereo Bluetooth, USB, AUX, FM with 2 indoor speakers
3 * AGM 55Ah deep cycle house batteries (new 2018)
1 * Varta Starter 54Ah lead-acid starter battery
Battery charger M300 25A CTEK 230V 50Hz
3 Solar panels, total capacity: 260W with one regulator each (one 100 W panel from 2018)
350W 12VDC 230V inverter
400W 12VDC 110V inverter
LED anchor lights (2018)
Main switch, engine battery switch and combined battery switch
Simrad TP22 autopilot
Garmin 128 GPS
"Oddvar braa" type self-steering vane (homemade, works perfectly, cheap to maintain. To repair, new parts in the boat)
Samsung Tab 2 and Samsung Tab 6A with Navionics / Open CPN (optional)
VGA plotter screen
Paper charts and cruise guides for the Pacific
SSB Radio, Pactor II Modem and Auto Tune (can send emails and download Wather files)
Motorola satellite phone (Iridium) 9505 (without subscription, 2002)
Fixed VHF with DSC
VHF Standard Horizon HX300 handheld
N. A. S. A echo sounder
AIS N.A.S.A receiver (channel A & B)
Alfa R36 Wifi amplifier / repeater
2 radar reflectors in the mast
Silva Log / temp
Servo pendel vane
Viking 4 person liferaft (revised October 2014)
Lifelines, deck line + harnesses
2 Bluetooth alarms overboard men
Pushpit and pulpits
Grabbag with various items
EPIRB (expired in 2019)
2 SEA anchors
STAY AFLOAT sealing paste
Manual bilge pump
Olas MOB beacon, (2 wristwatches, bluetooth)
Interior and exterior handrails
Mercury 2.5 HP 2St outboard engine (2003)
Aft gantry for solar panels
Cockpit cover with 3 removable side enclosures
New mattress and cushions covers, except V-berth (2019)
Spares: lines, additional propane / butane bottles, maintenance tools
Many spare parts: oil / fuel filters, V-belts, electric wires, etc ...
Small draft, well equipped and well maintained.
Easy to maneuver, proven sailboat.
Last modified : 25/02/2020
The boat's inventories are based on the indications given by the owners and even if we do our best to see that they are in accordance with the reality, there might be some differences. The boat's and equipment's condition has to be checked jointly by the buyer and seller before the sale. The respective responsibilities of both the seller and the buyer remain intact. In no case can Raiatea-yacht be held responsible for any defect on the boat.