This nicely equipped 280 Luhrs has seen two years of upgrades and she's ready for summer. Recently rebuilt Volvo Penta 5.7 engines with just over 300 hours, a Kohler genset, and modern electronics have her ready for extending fishing or cruising adventures. All new canvas in 2019 is clean and clear all around. Thoughtful additions like outriggers, a new cockpit rocket launcher/leaning post, a new Garmin unit on the tower, Sirius radio, Kenwood speakers, new antennas, freshly tuned props this spring and new engine alternators, exhaust and ignition on both engines combine to deliver smooth, efficient power. Reverse cycle heat and air keep you cool in the summer and extend your boating season in the spring and fall. Easy to see just outside of Baltimore, Maryland.
An attractive choice for those seeking an alternative to twin outboards,
the Luhrs 28 Open is a rugged inboard express with a wide 11'6" beam
and a versatile deck layout, heavily built, well styled, and affordably
priced. Just a handful of inboard express boats in this size range have
been developed in recent years, and the sales success of the 28 Open
proved yet again that a market for such boats truly exists. Standard
features include an insulated transom fish box, standup livewell,
fresh/raw-water washdowns, cockpit bolsters, bait prep center with
cutting board, tackle drawers, tilt-out helm, cabin rod storage, molded
bow pulpit, swim platform, and trim tabs. The bridge deck floor lifts
for engine access, and the dash is large enough to accommodate two
15-inch video screens. Belowdecks, the 28 Open's roomy interior sleeps
four and includes a teak-and-holly sole, galley with refrigerator and
microwave, enclosed head/shower, dining table, and facing settees with
flip-up backrests. Note the tall fiberglass-framed windshield.