|Liegeplatz||Ipswich, Suffolk, Vereinigtes Königreich|
|Länge über alles||7.9 m|
|Motor-Modell||2.50 HE two cylinder|
|Motoren - Standort||enums.engine-location.center|
|Treibstoffstanks||30 Liter (Plastik)|
|Frischwassertanks||40 Liter (Plastik)|
Ever popular lift keel Beneteau First 25.7 pocket yacht with diesel engine four/five berths and a separate heads.
Sold by us new to her first owner and again to here second and current owner, locally day sailed with the occasional overnight. Stored ashore each winter. UK VAT paid. Well cared for and tidy.
Designed by Group Finot and built by Beneteau, commissioned spring 2005.
White GRP hull. Cast iron lifting keel with worm gear mechanism. Twin lifting rudders with tiller steering and tiller extension. Keel mechanism checked annually.
White GRP deck, superstructure and self-draining aft cockpit. Moulded non-slip deck surfaces. GRP inner moulding with varnished fruitwood joinery.
Nanni 2.50 HE two cylinder 14hp diesel engine.
Fresh water cooled with heat exchanger & wet exhaust.
Reversing reduction gearbox.
Shaft driven EWOL 3 bladed feathering propeller – new 2018
Engine Hours – estimate 361 hrs (hour meter fitted 2015 – 108 hrs recorded)
Engine Serviced annually by Volspec
30 litres fuel in plastic tank
40 litres fresh water in plastic tank
12 volt system – 2 x 12v 70ah lead acid batteries charged by engine driven alternator.
12v lighting throughout. 12v socket at chart table.
Tri-colour navigation light at masthead.
Spars and Rigging
Fractional sloop. Silver anodised alloy, deck stepped, swept spreader mast and slab reefing boom.
Boom converted to single line slab reefing 2014
Original 1 x 19 stainless steel wire standing rigging
Sprung rod kicker – new 2017
Plastimo headsail furling gear.
Extending asymmetric pole.
Terylene running rigging with controls led back to cockpit.
Alloy headsail sheet tracks with spring loaded blocks and adjusting tackles.
Removable mainsheet track in cockpit with traveller and adjusting tackles.
2 x upgraded Harken 32ST self-tailing sheet / halyard winches on coachroof.
Mainsail – One Sails cruising laminate - 2014
105% Furling Genoa - Quantum - 2011
Aysmmetric spinnaker – Quantum – little used
2013 Stackpack type mainsail cover with lazy jacks.
Plastimo bulkhead compass.
Raymarine i60 windspeed/direction - 2014
Raymarine i50 Bidata combined speed & depth - 2014
Simrad RD68 VHF radio (DSC compatible) – new aerial 2014
Electrics checked and renewed as required by SeaPower.
Five berths in two cabins.
Separate toilet compartment
Galley & chart table
Cream vinyl upholstery in saloon. Striped upholstery in fore cabin Curtains.
Good headroom in saloon.
Forecabin with V berth and stowage bags port and starboard.
Sliding door to full width heads with GRP wash basin, cold manual fresh water pump, Jabsco sea toilet and hanging locker.
Sliding door to saloon with settee berths to port and starboard (starboard converts to double berth, port has trotter box forward). Midships drop leaf table incorporating keel lifting mechanism.
Chart table at aft end of starboard berth.
Galley to port with GRP sink, foot operated cold fresh water pump, cool box, single burner gas cooker with internal gas canister, storage lockers.
Deck and Equipment
Low profile coachroof and good side decks. Draining anchor locker forward, self draining aft cockpit with two deep cave lockers.
Stainless steel stemhead fitting, pulpit, split pushpit, stanchions & guardwires. Stern folding swim ladder with grab handle on stern.
4 x alloy mooring cleats.
Teak toe rail.
GRP companionway hatch.
Opening and fixed deck hatches.
Teak laid cockpit seats.
Mooring warps and fenders.
10 kg Brittany anchor with chain and warp.
Folding sprayhood and cockpit dodgers – new 2016
Manual bilge pump. Webbing jackstays – new 2017
In this instance Fox’s Yacht Sales are acting as brokers for the vendor. The vendor has provided the information and whilst we endeavour to ensure the accuracy, the details are believed to be correct but are not guaranteed. Any prospective purchaser is advised to check the boat specification thoroughly and to employ at their expense a qualified marine surveyor and/or engineer to check the specification and condition of this craft and its equipment.