Silverton 28 Sedan Flybridge

Length 28' 0" Fuel
130 Gal
Beam 10' 6" Cockpit
90 Sq Ft
Draft 2' 8" Hull Type
Weight 9,500 Lbs Deadrise Aft
14 º
Clearance 9' 6" Production
1974- 1978
Water 36 Gal    

The generous interior accommodations, comfortable ride, and economical price are what has made the Silverton 28 Sedan such a popular boat. Compared with most small flybridge designs, the Silverton 28 has a notably low profile and her lines are quite agressive. Inside, the step-down floorplan is arranged on a single level, with both the galley and head aft, just inside the salon door. A lower helm was standard, and the dinette converts into a double berth in the normal fashion. This is a very practical interior and very well equipped for weekend family cruising. The cockpit is large, with plenty of room for some light-tackle fishing activities or some deck chairs. Removable hatches in the cockpit sole provide very good access to the engines and V-drives. Of course, like all Silverton yachts of her era, she is constructed on a solid fiberglass hull.