SEAWARD 25

£39,950 (Tax Paid)

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Used Seaward 25 for sale. A great example of these rugged sea worthy boats powered by twin Yanmar 75HP diesel engines. She is well equipped with a Raymarine chartplotter, radar, auto-pilot and Eberspacher diesel-fired cabin heating. Available to view 7 days a week through appointment with the Lymington Office, call today to make a viewing on +44(0)1590 673212

Location: Lymington
Listing office: Lymington

£39,950 (Tax Paid)

Boat Details

Make: SEAWARD
Model: 25
Year: 1995
LOA: 25ft/8m
Class: Semi-Displacement
Hull: Glass Reinforced Plastic
Engine Type: Twin Diesel
Drive: Shaft Drives
Layout: Non-Flybridge
Berths: 2
Cabins: 1
Ancasta Ref: 31186
Vessel Name: Askari
SEAWARD 25
Designed by TT Boat Designs and built by Seaward Marine commissioned in April 1995.
Dark Blue GRP Hull, white deck with non-slip areas and white superstructure with teak trim and all round fendering strip.

LOA: 7.74m
LWL: 6.70m
Beam: 2.69m
Draft: 0.73m

Displacement 3 tons
(all figures are approximates)
Last out of the water for Survey March 2017 when some osmosis was detected and the boat is priced to reflect this.
SLEEPS 2 IN ONE CABIN
Forward cabin with two single berths
Infill available with cushions to provide a double berth
Galley to starboard with 2 burner Neptune 2000 gas cooker and grill
Small sink with hot and cold supply
Heads to port with marine toilet and washbasin
Cabin upholstery is mid blue tweed fabric
Helmsman and navigators swivel seats in wheelhouse are dark blue vinyl
Table which can be fitted in the cabin or cockpit
Teak wood interior
Eberspacher hot air central heating
Near new white vinyl covered cockpit cushions
Gas Safety Inspection Report 2 June 17
Twin Yanmar 75hp diesel engines
Shaft drives to two 3 blade contra-rotating props
Two stripper type rope cutters
Engine hours 1158 May 2017
Engines last serviced April 2017
Cruising speed 14 knots
Maximum speed approximately 17 knots
Trim tabs
2:1 Hurth hydraulic gearboxes

ELECTRICS
Two 12v Vetus batteries
Charged by engine alternator
240v Battery Charger
Shore power and cable

TANKAGE
Two Fuel Tanks 150 litres each
One Water tank 100 litres
One holding tank 61 litre

WATER SYSTEM
Pressurised hot and cold water throughout
Heated by engine calorifier and immersion
NAVIGATION AIDS
Compass Plastimo offshore 75
Autohelm Tridata speed log
GPS Garmin 152
Plotter Raymarine RC 530
Echosounder Autohelm Tridata
Radar Raytheon R10 Pastor scan
VHF Apelco VXE 57
VHF Raymarine RAE 54E
Autopilot Autohelm Sport Pilot
Fish finder Raymarine DS 600x
Navtex (not working)

GROUND TACKLE
10kg Claw anchor with 6mm chain (length unknown)
Lofrans Cobra electric windlass controlled from helm


GENERAL EQUIPMENT
Navigation lights
Barometer and clock
Snap davits on bathing platform
Cockpit shower hot and cold
One auto bilge pump
One manual bilge pump
Various warps and fenders
Windscreen wipers
Radio
Near new blue canvas cockpit camper cover with stainless steel frame and large flexible windows
Sliding wheelhouse side windows
Midship deck cleats
Teak/stainless bathing platform with built in swim ladder
Telescopic beaching legs
4 sets of 4 glasses(16 in all) and 6 mugs in fitted shelves




SAFETY EQUIPMENT

2 x 1kg Powder Fire Extinguishers
1 inshore flare pack (expiry date 12/2017)
1 Plastimo Rescue line

(All figures are approximate)
A good example of the Seaward 25 renowned for it's sea keeping qualities

Lying afloat in Lymington (South Coast, UK) and available for viewing seven days a week by appointment. Please contact Ancasta Lymington on +44(0)1590 673 212 or email lymington@ancasta.com
Having sailed all our lives we decided to look for a sea kindly small power boat to do some coastal and cross-channel cruising.
We were delighted to find Askari and we had great plans for the summer months. Unfortunately, unexpected serious ill health is preventing this. Askari is a strong well-built boat, and we are disappointed by this turn of events. We hope that the new owner will enjoy her as much as we intended to.