This 1985 Jeanneau Eolia is a nice simple starter boat and is easy to manage short handed. Her inventory includes four comfortable berths, including a double in the aft cabin, 9HP Yanmar diesel engine, furling genoa, sprayhood, VHF, wind, depth, tiller-pilot, heating and more. She has been in present ownership for the last 20 years and has been well cared for. Viewing recommended.
Bermudan sloop with aft swept spreaders
Alloy mast and boom
Furling gear on the forestay
Slab reefing mainsail in fair condition
2015 Mainsail cover
Furling Genoa with UV strip in fair condition
Spinnaker in good condition
Open plan saloon and forward berth
Forward V-Berth with storage underneath. Overhead storage lockers and opening deck hatch.
Saloon table can drop to convert to a double berth
Galley to port with a "Plastimo Neptune 2000" 2 x burner gas cooker with grill and oven. Stainless steel sink with a fresh water hand pump. Storage lockers
Nav station opposite to starboard with a forward facing chart table and seat.
Separate aft cabin to port with a double berth with opening porthole into the cockpit and storage locker and storage bags.
Heads opposite to starboard with a (2014) marine toilet and wash hand basin with fresh water foot pump.
Upholstery is original but in good condition for it's age.
Eberspacher hot air heating with two outlets (requires a service).
Pulpit, pushpit, stanchions and guardrails
Anchor, chain and warp
Mooring lines and fenders
Genoa sheet winches
Winch on the coachroof to port
Mainsheet traveller in the cockpit
Large Cockpit Locker
Tiller with tiller extension
2015 Windows on either side of the coachroof
Teak cockpit seating and cockpit sole
Winch handle pocket
(2015) 12V. Battery
Stowe log and boat speed
Stowe wind speed and direction
Stowe depth sounder (intermittent fault)
Autohelm ST1000 Tiller-Pilot
Electric Bilge Pump
Manual Bilge pump (portable)
Horseshoe Buoy on a bracket
Harness eye in the cockpit
Stainless steel transom mounted boarding ladder
The bottom was professionally stripped and epoxied in 2014
Out of the water every Winter from October to April.
This boat is good value for money and is worth taking a look at. She is a roomy 25 footer and comes with a good specification.