Designed by Bob Seidelmann, the S-25 is a nice mix for cruising and racing. It is an attractive looking vessel with a flush deck, but surprising room below especially with her wide beam. She sleeps 4 sleepy sailors between the traditional forepeak double and main salon settees. A galley unit is to starboard just inside the companionway. A table folds down from the port main bulkhead. The head is between the main cabin bulkhead and the forward cabin so you don’t have to disturb anyone from sleeping to use it. She has an attractive interior with teak bulkheads, trim and teak and holly sole. The hull sides are an insulated vinyl which is easy to clean. It’s fun boat to sail or race (having owned one myself). The deck is wide and easy to move about on. The boom is quite high so you don’t have to worry about banging your head. The keel is fin and the inboard spade rudder is steered with a tiller. This is a two owner boat and the current owner is getting out due to health issues.
1985 Evinrude Yachtwin 9.9 Electric Start Outboard 2006 Mainsail w/Brown Cover 95% Working Jib 110% Genoa 2006 Gennaker Traveler 2 Winches w.2 handles Compass Knot Meter Depth Sounder Masthead Antenna (no radio) Bow & Stern Rails w/Double Lifelines Swim Ladder Solar Vent 2 Fire Extinguishers 4 PFD’s Horse Shoe Buoy Galley Sink & Manual Fresh Water Fortress Anchor w/rode Portable Head (2006) 4 Dock Lines 3 Boat Fenders
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