2020 Axopar 28' (8.53 m) 28 Cabin - Aft Cabin
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
2020 Axopar 28 Cabin - Aft Cabin
- Sports Cruiser
- Fiberglass Hull
Skol is a very well-kept example of the Axopar 28 Cabin w/ Aft Cabin and the one of the only ways to get into an Axopar 28 Cabin for this coming season. She is very well equipped with the bow thruster, diesel heater, Mercury
Platinum extended warranty until 2025 and custom LED lights.
"The Axopar 28 Cabin opens up a world of possibilities for extended voyages and longer average journey times and with the Aft Cabin option, this is our best selling model so far. With capability of seating up to five people within a bright and airy, full weather protected environment, there’s ample incentive for an owner and guests to spend not just a few hours onboard, but several days and even weeks enjoying their Axopar Cabin version to the full."
Skol is out of the water in Hingham for the winter and can be seen by appointment.
LOA: 28' (8.53 Meters)
Type: Power- Used
Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol
Hull Material: Fiberglass
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Michael Porter joins ECYS as an experienced yacht captain and engineer. He holds a USCG 100 Ton Master license as well as a Bachelorâs degree from the University of Michigan. Mike has cruised South and Central America, the Caribbean, Bahamas, and the East Coast of the United States amassing more than 90,000 sea miles as captain and crew on over 80 different sail and power vessels under 160 feet.
Growing up in Michigan, Mike has always been on the water. It is safe to say that itâs in his blood. His great grandfather was a boatbuilder in New Hampshire and founded Goodhue and Hawkins Navy Yard on Lake Winnipesaukee, building runabouts, steamers, launches, and express cruisers.
During his summers off from college, Mike taught at and managed a sailing program at Camp Michigania in Northern Michigan. After earning his degree, Mike worked for a short time in sales before trading in his suit and tie for a pair of boardshorts and moving to the British Virgin Islands. He worked at the Bitter End Yacht Club where he taught sailing and windsurfing and captained snorkel tours and daysails.
Mike then moved back to the states, took his STCW-95 and went to work on private yachts. Mike ran an 80â Marlow Voyager expedition yacht with a busy program for 4 years. After cruising remote parts of the world, he then decided to return to a more land-based lifestyle and joined Maine-based True Course Yachting as a Captain and Operations Manager specializing in Downeast powerboats of all shapes and sizes. Before joining the ECYS team, Mike was in Palm Beach, Florida, where he ran his own yacht management company.
Mike is excited to get on the water with you and share his knowledge and passion for boating.