MIRAGE 28 (sold) – £8,995

Year: 1984

LOA: 28′ 2″

Beam: 9′ 2″

Draft: 3′ 7″

Construction: GRP

Hull/Keel: Twin



The Mirage 28 was an extremely popular bilge keel family cruiser from the 1970s. The design of the interior utilises the available space very well. The boat benefits from 5’10” headroom in the saloon. The cockpit offers good protection, and the boat can be easily sailed short handed.


Engine(s) & Electrical:

Yanmar 20hp diesel. Drive type: shaft. Maximum speed under power: 6kts. Last serviced: 2020. Fuel capacity: 35 litres. Twin batteries charged from the engine. Shore power. Solar panels.


Accommodation & Below Deck:

5 berths, 2 cabins, 5′ 10″ headroom, curtains, chart table, hanging locker, wet locker, CD stereo, diesel heating, head, wash basin, gas cooker, coolbox, pressurised hot water system, 60 litre water capacity.


Deck & Canvas:

Mast head sloop rig, aluminium spars, stainless steel standing rigging, spinnaker pole, running rigging, headsail furling, reefing jib, mainsail, reefing genoa, 4 sheet winches, anchor, anchor locker, anchor windlass, stanchions, guardwires, boarding ladder, cockpit shower, boathook, sprayhood, dodgers, mainsail cover, cockpit cushions.


Navigation & Safety:

Autopilot, log/speed indicator, 2 compasses, navigation lights, GPS, echosounder, wind speed/direction indicator, clock, barometer, liferaft, floating lights, flares, foghorn, radar reflector, harnesses, search light, fire blanket, bilge pump.



Viewings are by appointment only. For an instant insurance quote call Euromarine Insurance Services on 01843 603345 or click on the link below: www.astonlark.com/euromarine/


The particulars detailed herein are intended to give a fair description of the vessel, but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed. These particulars are supplied on the understanding that all negotiations shall be through Highway Marine Ltd who are acting as brokers for the vendor. The vendor is not selling in the course of a business unless otherwise stated. The prospective purchaser is strongly recommended to check the particulars, and where appropriate, at his own expense, to employ qualified independent agents to carry out a survey, and/or any mechanical and electrical checks.

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