Classic 1980's First 25 from Beneteau. When the First 25 was designed by Jean-Marie Finot, his aim was to build a safe, family cruising boat with good performance and the ability to be competitive at club racing level. The design and layout of the First 25 makes a super family weekend boat. She has been regularly used and is in fair condition for her age. The head-linings have now been removed in preparation for replacement and the price reduced to reflect this.
Recently reduced in price to reflect condition of head-lining
The yacht is located on a swinging mooring a short boat ride away from our offices. To arrange an appointment to view please call 015394 88050.
White GRP hull, deck and superstructure with fixed fin keel and transom hung rudder with wooden tiller. Teak interior wood trim. Wooden slat seats in cockpit. Large self bailing cockpit with angled cockpit mouldings doubling as back rests. Cavernous locker space port and starboard for boating equipment such as fenders and warps. Stainless steel push and pulpit rails, stainless steel stanchions with single set of guard wires. Self bailing anchor well forward with strong point.
Vessel powered by a Suzuki 6hp outboard engine operated from inboard well in cockpit. Single 12volt battery for domestic and instrument power. Engine last serviced May 2016.
Deck stepped aluminium mast with a single set of spreaders. Stainless steel standing rigging (replaced 2010) and terylene running rigging led back to cockpit. Slab reefing mainsail with boom mounted lazy bag. Roller furling headsail with UV strip. Both sails are in reasonable condition.
Vessel can sleep between four and five people in a saloon and fore-cabin layout. Main saloon is entered via the companionway with large sliding roof hatch that lets in plenty light and ventilation. On entering the cabin, to port is the small yet functional galley. It has a sink with pressurised cold water, a gimbal mounted two burner gas hob with grill and storage. To starboard is a chart table with switch panel. The saloon seats double as comfortable berths. She was reupholstered in 2011. There is a sizeable saloon table that folds away against the bulkhead when not in use. Forward of main saloon bulkhead and before the forecabin with its double berth is the amidships heads with sea toilet with holding tank, vanity unit and wash hand basin with pressurised water. An additional chemical toilet is stored in what would be the engine bay behind the companionway steps.