AXOPAR 28 CABIN
The Axopar 28 Cabin is fully enclosable for all weather conditions yet open for warm and sunny summer days. Perfect for Australian waters.
It features a spacious, bright and comfortable cabin with wide sliding doors and a large sliding canvas roof. The sofa inside the cabin converts into a double bed.
This highly adaptable model has ample space for fishing and other activities on the aft deck and a large social area on the foredeck that can be quickly and easily converted into a sun bed or a seating and dining area. It also incorporates a stowage space with optional toilet and sink in front of the helm.
Whether for cruising, fishing or just unwinding with friends and family you’ll love the Axopar 28 Cabin.
AXOPAR 28 S2 Upgrades
It’s no easy task making an already very good boat that much better. So when it comes to product evaluation and product improvement, no matter how many management meetings and ‘think-tank’ groups we wish to assemble, Axopars most valuable single resource will always be the feedback and experience given to us by our customers out there using and enjoying our boats, in different regions across the world.
Only Axopar customers and their partners, their families and friends have a true understanding of what works best with our boats and what aspects, perhaps, could do with being improved. To the casual observer any 2018 model year improvements will appear as subtle ones and, as the following list will confirm, much unseen work has been carried out to make every hull designation that much more comfortable, stiffer, stronger, safer and more responsive than ever before.
Without tampering with the boat’s essential DNA and core values, customers already familiar with the outgoing model will immediately notice that every detail they can see, touch and feel about the all new Axopar 28 has been improved.
Axopar have increased the stakes in terms of quality and engineering, such that every shape and curvature has been honed to perfection with an extensive re-think of our modular construction. Everything from the hull stringers, transom, engine mounting etc has been revised and will be stronger and stiffer, with an enhanced level of fit & finish than ever before.
An extensive weight analysis programme ensured the target weight for the new boat has remained the same as the previous model (example: 28 T-Top weight 1790kg ex engines).
For added stability and improved balance, the hull has been scaled by 1.5%, equating to slightly longer length overall (increased by 13cm) and wider beam (increased by 5cm) and for greater passenger comfort inside the cockpit, the hull sides have been raised by 8cm and the deck level by 4cm respectively.
9,18 m (30ft 1in)
2,95 m (9ft 8in)
Max speed range
|Draft to props||0.80 m|
|Height (Waterline to Roof incl. Light Mast)||2,83 m (9ft 3in)|
|Weight (excl. Engine)||1940 kg|
|Berths||4 persons (2+2)|
|Classification||B – Off-shore|
|Outboard engines||200-400 hp|
|Fuel consumption, cruise||1.25 l / nm (200 hp @ 23 knots)|
|Hull design||Twin stepped 22 degree V “Sharp entry hull”|
All specifications are preliminary and may change without prior notice
LAYOUT ALTERNATIVES FOR AFT DECK
The Axopar 28 Cabin comes with a spacious open aft deck with a large stowage hatch in the floor as standard. It can be equipped with an optional bench/storage box, a wet bar module with refrigerator and sink with faucet or a daycruiser aft cabin which sleeps 2 persons.
In Dan Jones’ words…
“The Axopar changes the way you think about boating as you are no longer restricted by the ever changing wind and weather conditions… the sharp, twin stepped hull design allows you to effortlessly cut through any chop and with speeds of up to 51 knotsyou won’t find a powerboat that’s more fun to drive than an Axopar.”
DAN (AXOPAR) JONES – EYACHTS SYDNEY BRANCH MANAGER
HULL AND DECK: Hull in Vinylester resin for the first coats and deck in GRP material, Stainless steel cleats aft, central and forward, Large anchor box with drainage in bow, Large stowage lockers on foredeck, Large bumper list in grey, Light green tinted toughened glass windscreen and windows, Self-draining deck, Pulpit and cockpit handles in hand polished stainless steel, Deck and hatches with anti-skid finishing, Fender storage on aft deck, Twin bathing platforms in Esthec with telescopic bathing ladder, Integrated bracket for outboard engines.
HELM CONSOLE: Integrated iPad console, Nextel painted dashboard panels, Illuminated pushbuttons, Hydraulic steering with tilt
function, Leather steering wheel with Axopar logo, 2 x Cup holders, 12V Power outlet, Compass.
DECK LAY-OUT AND SEATING: Twin large sliding doors, Large sliding canvas roof, Walk-around deck, Sociable sofa on foredeck with optional cushions, table and sun bed, Separate driver and co-pilot seats with flip-up front and outer armrest, Storage under co-pilot seat, Sofa in cabin convertible to bed for two persons, Storage under sofa, Passenger footrest, Floor carpets, Large aft deck area with twin storage hatches, Walnut wood floor on centre console, ”Dynaskin” Beige or Light Grey material on driver/co-pilot seat and aft sofa.
ELECTRICS: LED roof lights x 4, Electrical control panel with battery switch and direct supply, Fuse control panel with automatic fuses, Navigation lights, Light mast with anchor light white painted, Windscreen wipers, Electric bilge pump, Signal horn, 3 x Power outlets 12V.
FRONT DECK STOWAGE AREA/TOILET: Large stowage area/optional toilet accessed from foredeck.
OTHER: 2 x Removable stainless steel transom bars, Aluminium fuel tank 260l, Bow thruster preparation in hull, Harbour cover, 2 kg Fire extinguisher, Manual bilge pump, Fresh air vents in roof panel.
DRIVER / CO-DRIVER SEATS
SOFA AND TABLE
MORE SLEEPING POSSIBILITIES IN AFT CABIN MODEL
Pacific Yachting – Canada
Tested: Axopar 28 AC (06/2016)
“The performance and fuel economy are both outstanding. Fit and finish are also first-rate.”
Club Marine – Australia
Tested: Axopar 28 (2018)
Recently, we tested the Axopar 28 Cabin in 5’ to 7’ (1.52 to 2.13 m) seas in one of the roughest conditions we have ever tested a boat in, much less a one this size with an open bow… (watch the footage to see how she handles).