This LM 28 is beautifully finished throughout and in excellent original condition having had limited light use. The accommodation far exceeds that you would expect on a yacht of this size and has been extremely cleverly designed to be comfortable whether at sea or in harbour. The LM28 is easily single handed, ideal for two and will sleep six if necessary. Performance under sail or engine is pleasantly surprising. The canoe stern gives excellent bad weather handling. Viewings by appointment only.
Built by LM Glasfiber AS Denmark to designs by Bent Juul Andersen
GRP hull, deck and superstructure.
Superb heavy duty lay-up.
Hull light grey with navy sheer and boot top lines, superstructure white.
Fully encapsulated fin keel.
Interior trim of solid teak and teak-faced ply.
Exterior trim of teak.
Hull: July 2013 following work carried out as a precaution:
- Bead blast hull back to bare glass fibre
- Check for any damage or deterioration of hull condition – none found
- Apply two coats of Hempel epoxy sealant
- Apply one coat of Hempel bonding paint
- Apply two coats of Hempel black, self-eroding antifouling
- Machine compound hull topsides, finish with three coats of Mer polish
- Scrub all deck walkways
Quiet and smooth running BUKH DV20SME, two cylinder, 20 hp diesel engine
Three blade fixed propeller
1,468 hours recorded running.
Automatic fire extinguisher (new 2014).
Coolant stopcock new 2013.
Engine mounted in separate water-tight compartment. This maintains the integrity of the yacht if the leg seal is punctured, or enables the engine to continue running if the hull is holed.
In July 2013 the following work was carried out:
- Service Bukh engine, fit new oil and fuel filters, clean glass filter, adjust tappets. Replace oil
- Remove cooling heat exchanger, elbow, thermostat housing and pipework from engine. Check all for blockage and ensure clear. Refit with new gaskets.
- Fit new thermostat, temperature sender unit, pump impeller, engine anode and through hull stopcock.
- Remove engine sump emptying pump, service, repair pipework and re-install
- Touch up engine paint
- Degrease and clean engine bay
- Check for leaks and test run
- Remove propeller, clean, fair and apply three coats of antifouling wax
- Remove anode and bottom seals of drive leg. Flush drive leg, fit new seals and anode, reassemble
Batteries - two x 12v 100 ah, charged by engine alternator or shore power.
Opening deck hatch. Canvas hatch cover.
Large stowage lockers either side.
Double berth and infill piece.
Stowage lockers under.
2 x 12v swivelling lights.
Two fixed ports.
Sliding door to saloon.
Fire extinguisher (new 2014)
Teak grab rails both sides.
Jabsco sea toilet, new 2011, piped to stainless steel holding tank with Henderson manual pump and seacocks
Sliding sink with single tap and power water.
Teak grating to floor tray.
Central opening deck hatch. Canvas hatch cover.
Central drop leaf saloon table.
4x12v swivelling lights.
Sofas to port and starboard, converting to double berths, with ventilated lockers under.
High grip, moisture resistant carpet in beige throughout forecabin, saloon and wheelhouse.
3 lockers over each side with sliding teak doors.
Teak grab rails running full length port and starboard.
Full length hanging wardrobe with lockers
Teak door and sliding hatch to wheelhouse.
Galley: (To port in wheelhouse)
Locker outboard behind cooker, four draws below and cupboard beside.
Stainless steel sink, pressurised water supply.
Two burner gas cooker.
Drop down teak wheelhouse door and drop down rear windows.
Large, clear, opening roof hatch.
12 volt Engel refrigerator under helm seat.
Slide-out work surface extension above ‘fridge.
Large locker beneath wheelhouse floor housing tools, batteries, fuel and holding tanks.
Locker beneath helm position housing shore power charging equipment and more storage.
3 x 12v lights.
2 mains shorepower sockets, 2 keyed battery switches.
Fire extinguisher (new 2014) and fire blanket.
Cockpit: Two cavernous, double depth lockers to each side.
Gas locker to port, capacity 3 gas bottles (two bottles included).
Engine hatch beneath deck, with large cave locker behind. Access to cockpit drain stopcocks New 2013).
Further storage under side decks.
Fold out, two stage teak cockpit table.
Hardware:Headsail – Andersen roller furling system.
Extending spinnaker pole.
Inboard mounted genoa tracks, adjustable cars.
Mainsail - aluminium kicker strut.
Winches - 2 Andersen 28 two-speed primary winches fitted with Wincher self-tailing rings. Various winch handles.
Mainsail with three reefing points.
Roller furling overlapping genoa.
High cut working jib by Sanders
Cruising chute by North with snuffer by Sanders
Navigation Equipment: (in wheelhouse)
Clipper log and depth.
Roof mounted steering compass.
Raymarine 435i colour chartplotter with NMEA link to DSC. Simrad Navico RD68 fixed VHF radio with DSC linked to plotter.
Autohelm ST 3000 Plus autopilot
Autohelm remote control for cockpit control of autopilot.
Autohelm ST 30 windspeed and direction.
Full engine instrumentation and ship’s electrical panel.
Two electric screen wipers.
Brass clock and barometer (in saloon).
Full cockpit cover with metal frame and opening side and rear windows, rolls to stow under rear of wheelhouse. New 2013 from original Danish factory supplier.
Winter cockpit cover.
Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit, stanchions and double guard wires.
Various mooring warps and fenders.
Rocna anchor (new 2007) with chain and warp, quick setting with excellent holding power.
Danforth type anchor with chain and warp.
Danforth kedge anchor
Avon Redcrest, outboard bracket, collapsible wooden oars, pump, inflatable and solid seats and bag.
Fold-down stainless steel transom boarding ladder.
Teak grabrails on coachroof and wheelhouse roof
Mast mounted radar reflector.
Cockpit locker mounted Henderson manual bilge pump.
Horseshoe Lifebouy, light and bracket.
Flare pack (new 2014).
Fire extinguishers (4 – new 2014).
Self draining cockpit.
Bursledon Bridge, Bursledon
Southampton, Hampshire SO31 8AZ