Rhea 28

Rhea 28

  • 27′ 11″ - 8.50m
  • 2016
A traditional craft for fishing and cruising in comfort and safety.

Fishing of all types can be enjoyed in perfect safety, thanks to very deep cockpit, walkaround deck layout, and an emergency tiller. The trolling valve and dual-control options make trolling a dream. The 70 cm high bulwarks include two built-in fishing-rod holders. The driving position has a sliding door to starboard for easy deck access.

In the huge, deep 5.5 m2 cockpit, the large engine cover gives access to side stowage compartments as well as the engine itself.

A second stern locker has room to stow all the equipment you’ll need.

The cockpit’s two folding bench seats provide comfortable seating for 6–8 people.

Comfort, cruising.

The hull, designed by architects Joubert-Nivelt, offers excellent handling in choppy seas, excellent course-holding, and terrific stability - all with a top speed of 25 knots.

Its 3 m beam means the RHEA 28 can offers great comfort and facilities for a craft of its size. The generous saloon with equipped galley, forward cabin with separate head, and huge cockpit make short-haul cruising an enjoyable reality.

Life aboard.

The accommodation has been designed to be spacious and practical.

The forward cabin has a V-shaped double berth, lots of stowage, and a separate head with sea toilet and sewage holding tank.

The wheelhouse saloon has two banquette seats, one of which swings to make a forward-facing co-helmsman’s seat.

The galley includes a single-burner cooker and a sink with water pumped from a 100-litre fresh-water tank. Cupboards, drawers and shelves, and the optional refrigerator make it feasible to live aboard when cruising. The sliding doors aft and to starboard make for efficient ventilation and good access. A large optional sliding roof hatch will bring additional light into the wheelhouse, as well as increased ventilation.

The driving position groups together all the key functions: engine instrumentation, electrical distribution panel, and instrument console.
Reference: R28
Special Listing:
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Location: Gold Coast, Australia
Country: Queensland
Year: 2016
Designer: Joubert-Nivelt / Bertrand Danglade
Builder: Rhea Marine
Length: 27′ 11″ (8.50m)
Beam: 3m
Draft: 0.8m
Displacement: 3 Tonnes
Hull Material: Fibreglass/GRP
Deck Material: gRP/12mm marine plyhood sandwich
Engine: single diesel engine (different engine possible)
Engine Make:
HorsePower: 260 hp
Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Hours:
Engine Hours (2nd Engine):
Fuel Consumption:
Max Speed: 25
Cruise Speed: 12
Propulsion: 4 blades proptected
Fuel Capacity: 300
Galley: LAYOUT: Sink with pressurized water
1 burner cooker
100 litre fresh water tank
Hot Water System:
Accomodation: SALOON: Wheelhouse
14 safety-glass windows
1 sliding side door
1 sliding aft door
1 electric windscreen wiper
1 hydraulic steering wheel
Instrument console
Steering compass
Helmsman’s seat
Co pilot seat
Chart table
Floor hatch to bilge locker
Dinette table
3 handrails
1 tablet
Cabins: Forward cabin
V-shaped double bed
Lockers below berth
Hanging space - Cubby-holes for storage
Head : Seaman’s toilet - holding tank
1 opening porthole in head
2 opening porthole in cabin
Aeration cabin
Berths: 2
Toilet: marine toilet plus Holding Tank
Air Conditioning:
Ground Tackle:
Safety Gear:
Bilge Pumps:
Life Raft:
Life Jackets:
Fire Protection:
Sail Inventory:
Deck Gear: Deck facilities
Walkaround deck layout
Self-draining chain locker
Stem-head anchor roller
2 fairleads forward
2 cleats
2 mooring cleats fore and aft
7 handrails on coachroof and wheelhouse
Stainless bow pulpit
1 bench for 2 persons at bow end of deckhouse
2 dorade cabin ventilators

Cockpit and deck

Self draining cockpit 2.20m X 2.50 m X 0.70 Transom door
2 side folded benches
1 stern locker (access to hydraulic steering room)
1 engine hood
2 fishing rod holders
1 emergency tiller
Manual bilge pump
Bathing ladder
Survey: EC certification : B6 / C10
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