|Sail no.||Boat name:||Owner(s):||Harbour:|
|135||Mimi||Stefan Burhop||Hasenbüren (Bremen)|
|187||Cinderella ll||Lars Hallden||Gilleleje|
|239||Cherusker||Frank W. Kruel||Hørby Bådelaug|
|327||s/y Sea Eagle||Christian Lindqvist||Geta (Åland)|
|373||ANNA||Poul Vibe Michelsen||Humlebæk|
|511||Rabagast||Svein Helge Hauge / Stig Furnes||Håkonshella|
|CBE 914||Retsina||Knut Røe-Berntsen||Bamble|
Already in 1963, the revolutionary GRP hull was introduced. At the same time the hull was made a bit wider. During an overlapping period from 1963 to 1966 there was a choice between wooden hull and GRP (fiberglass reinforced plastic) hull.
In 1972 the rearview mirror was developed and added to her length from 8.61 m (28 ‘3’) to 9.04 m (29 ‘8 “). The boat was covered with teak as a standard from 1972, and the payroll was made in teak instead of mahogany. The largest markets for P 28 were the US and Sweden. Most of the first 100 boats were sold to the United States. P 28 is still a sought after model today.
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