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Windy 28 Ghibli - Day / Weekend Cruiser from 1999 in a good condition. Second owner since 2006 is selling.
Today Windy is the largest boat producer in Norway and they are building in both Norway and Sweden. Windy 28 Ghibli is in fact the real Windy that created the trend for Daycruisers when it arrived at the end of the nineties - boat in terms of its boat handling, quality and the finish. The large cockpit is not only good looking but also very functional with space for the entire family and / or friends, when it is sun and swimming that is the agenda. A separate toilte / head functions very well and the large cabin provide a changing room and at tha same time a huge storage. The boat works perfectly for a couple away for a long weekend providing both overnight comfort and the ability to produce a small meal in the compact pantry. All is neat with blue cushions, solid handgrips and quality style fittings. Teak on the swimplatform and in the cockpit came as a standard. A view into the engine room reveals thorough made technical installations and good sound proofing. The Volvo Penta 8,2 GSi V8 engine is a real powerplant having all the best from a petrol driven engine. You will encounter immediate reaction to any throttle and observe a sublime accelleration, such that you just do not quite get in most diesel engines.
The driving seat with its variable positions is ergonomic - whether you sit or stand. The Instrument panel is is to read, simple and very functional. The boathandling is sublime and the V-shaped body results in a smooth move through waves where other similar boats will have long since chosen to turn back. Windys are very popular quality boats with a high second hand value. You will get a quality both with a well reputed image.
This boat spend its first 6 years in freshwater in Switzerland and since it arrived in Denmark with its present owner back in 2006, it has only ticked another 160 hours on the clock giving you a boat with only 450 hours on the clock as a total. This year the present owner has invested in a totally new full cockpit cover in a very good quality giving the boat an impression of class.