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1983 Shannon Cutter Rig

19 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

The SHANNON 28 Cutter Rig is a classic beauty built in Rhode Island by the Schulz Boat Company. She’s a blue water capable vessel with a cut-a-way full keel and encompasses the comforts of a modern day cruiser with Air Conditioning, pressurized water, auto pilot and GPS Chartplotter. She’s a well maintained boat with a new head sail and windlass in 2012.


LOA: 28’8″

LWL: 23′

Beam: 9’6″

Displacement: 9300 lbs

Draft: 4’3″

Ballast: 3600 lbs


Engine Model: Yanmar 2GMF (fresh water cooled)

Horse Power: 14 hp

New Racor 500 fuel filter / water separator

23 gallon stainless stell fuel tank


Fuel: 23 Gallons

Water: 60 Gallons

Holding: 11 Gallons


“Nugget” has the classic Shannon all-teak interior which has been oiled each year and looks beautiful. The cushions are light blue, the v-berth is nicely speparated from the main salon and settee with shelves and cabinets are on both starboard and port sides. A center teak dining table is also included but not shown in the photos.

Main Cabin

Main cabin has pull out settees port & stbd with footwells to convert to 6’6” single sea berths.


Storage behind and above settees.

Louvered doors on liquor cabinet over starboard side settee.

New (2007) upholstry in excellent condition.

Centerline salon table with two folding leaves.

Marine Air Cabinmate, Cools with Heat.

Hanging locker.

3 overhead lights.

3 reading lights.

2 brass oil lamps with smoke chimneys.

Chart/magazine rack.

6 opening bronze portlights with screens.

Three water tanks (fwd and beneath each settee) that total 60 gallons with a manifold under cabin sole for selecting tank (2008).

Interior teak in beautiful condition. All drawer pulls have been rebrassed.

Equipment on Board:

Forward Cabin

V-berth is forward with storage underneath. Custom-made mattress on V- berth.

Full length shelves.

2 reading lights.

1 cabin fan (2002).

1 GFCI 120 V outlet.


Galley is located to starboard

2 Burner Gimballed Propance Stove w/oven

Cold water pressure

Raw water pressure

Cabin fan

Cutting board over sink

1 GFCI 120 VAC Outlet


Head is located to port as you come down the companionway.

Private and enclosed with louvered door.

Sink has cold pressure water.


Hanging locker for wet storage.

Medicine cabinets.

Gate valve to direct waste to holding tank (20 gal neoprene in port cockpit locker) or to overboard discharge seacock.

Jabsco ceramic head. HULL and DECK

25lb CQR w/60’ chain, 150’rode.

12 lb Danforth w/6’ chain.

Foredeck hatch above V-berth.

Two rebradded dorade vents.

Cockpit lockers port and starboard.

Propane locker under helm seat.

Tiller steering with Ritchie compass.

Whale Gusher 10 manual bilge pump at helm.

7 bronze seacocks (engine intake, two cockpit drains, galley sink drain, head sink drain, head intake,

head overboard discharge).


Cockpit cushions.

Swim ladder.

Propane grill.

Awning and bimini. New 2008 side covers for an all exterior teak.


Heavy duty canvas winter cover.


2010 bottom paint w/cooper coat


Cutter rig.


Genoa (110%) on roller furler New in 2012 by South Sails

Hank-on yankee.

Boomed hank-on staysail.

Navtec rod rigging.

Lazy jacks for main.

2 reefs. 5 sails – Main, Yankee, Genoa,Staysail in good condition.

Three Lewmar 10 winches on mast for halyards.

Two Lewmar ST-30 self-tailing winches for genoa sheets. All winches serviced 2008.

Harken mainsheet traveler.

Two sets of running lights: standard plus masthead tri-color, foredeck light, and anchor light.

Halyards replaced in 2006.

Main, Yankee s2007

New Head Sail in 2012 by South Sails.


Garmin 441s Chartplotter wanducer for depth

ICOM 402 VHF radio (2008)

Datamarine S-200AL depth sounder rebuilt in 2008

Raymarine Auto Tiller

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