The Schock family has a long history of West Coast boat design and construction. Steve Schock drew the lines of the Harbor 25 and the boat went into production in late 2006. She is easy to sail, with a self-tacking jib, lazy jacks on the main, and all lines leading to the cockpit, with controls to get the best performance from the rig. This particular example has been with her present owners since late 2012. Last hauled (03/2016) with fresh bottom paint, and full engine service (05/2016). Well-maintained, she is more than a daysailer and has spacious accommodations for an overnight cruise. Make an appointment to see her!
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Diversion's hull and deck are built of hand-laid-up fiberglass. The hull is finished in a high gloss blue. The deck is cored with end-grain balsa. At the bow, the stem fitting has a single anchor roller to port of centerline and the foller furler attaches here. A hawsepipe takes the anchor rode to the chain locker below.
The deck and cabin trunk are finished in non-skid and a large Lewmar hatch with stainless steel frame provides ventilation for the v-berth and head. Moving aft, 2 opening ports with screens on each side of the cabin trunk provide additional ventilation and light.
The large cockpit is 8' long and comfortably seats 6 people. Closed-cell foam cushions contain drink holders. A laminated oak and mahogany tiller steers the boat and a hiking stick allows control from different positions. At the stern is a large lazarette with hinged hatch for stowing gear.
Exterior canvas includes a nifty cover for the cockpit and cabin trunk, winch covers, tiller cover, a zippered jib sock and a mainsail cover. They are finished in a nicely contrasting color to the hull.
One of the best features of the Harbor 25 is her complete set of sail controls that allow all hoisting and trim functions to be done from the comfort and safety of the cockpit.
Diversion has a generous sail inventory. In addition to the original sails which are in good condition, in (04/2014) she received a new Hood Vektron main with a single reef point and full length battens. It can be raised and reefed from the cockpit, and lazy jacks keep it on top of the boom when lowering sail.
Also in (04/2014), a new Hood Vektron 100% jib was fitted, with telltale window and vertical battens. It rolls around a Schaeffer 700 furler, and a Hoyt self-tacking boom makes coming about a breeze.
At the mast, there are 2 sets of spreaders and a Boomkicker vang. All sail control lines lead through turning blocks at the base of the mast, through deck organizers and back to the cockpit.
A Lewmar #14 self-tailing winch on the port cabin trunk is used for the jib halyard and jib sheet. Another #14 winch is on the starboard side for the main halyard, jib sheet and main reefing line. There are slots in the cabin trunk on either side of the companionway for stowing the line tails. The jib outhaul and furling lines are in a slot in the port cockpit out of the way.
The Harken traveler is aft of the cockpit along with a backstay adjuster which leads under the deck to the cockpit. A barney post is provided in the cockpit sole for the mainsheet.
Diversion's auxiliary engine is an inboard Yamaha 2-cylinder 15hp engine with electric start and a single-lever throttle / transmission control in the cockpit. Major engine service was completed (05/2016). A fresh-water flush fitting is mounted to the engine. The engine turns a 2-blade folding prop through a saildrive unit. The companionway ladder can be easily removed plus slide-out panels on either side of the engine make for easy access. The plastic fuel tank sits on a platform aft of the engine. The meter shows 177 hours.
The water tank and holding tank are both 14.5 gallon flexible bladders. The water tank is located below the port settee, the holding tank beneath the v-berth.
Electronics include a Micronet MN30 depth sounder on the cockpit bulkhead. A Tacktick Race Master has a mount at the mast base and is detachable. This wireless digital display shows your heading, how far you are above or below the mean course, and how much you are being headed or lifted. The Race Master enables you to establish which side is the favored end of the start line, and when traveling downwind allows you to see how far off dead downwind you are, and when you should gybe for optimal VMG.
In the cabin are a Uniden UM525ES VHF unit with mic and cordless extension, plus a Garmin GPS 12 hand-held unit in a base mount. A Weems & Plath clock rounds out the equipment.
The electrical system features a Sea Dog DC panel, Blue Sea AC panel and a Guest ProCharge 10 amp charger. A pair of Group 27 wet-cell batteries provide house power and start the engine. One is located located under each settee. A Marinco 30 amp shore power outlet is located in the cockpit and includes a power cord. A manual bilge pump keeps the bilge dry.
Safety equipment includes Kidde fire extinguishers in the lazarette and in the head, (4) Type II PFDs, (3) Type IV cushions, (1) Type IV horseshoe and a webbing emergency boarding ladder. Books and manuals for the boat and all systems are aboard.
The interior is well-finished and beautifully detailed. The V-berth is 6' on centerline with 3" cushions and storage beneath. Access to the chain locker is at the forward end of the berth. Just aft on port is the head, which has a sliding door separating it from the main cabin. Opposite the head is a storage locker. The main cabin has a sink and manual faucet to port. The countertops are made of a resin that looks like granite. There is storage above and below the counters. Above the starboard counter is the control panel for the electrical system. A teak dining table sets up on a pedestal inside the cabin or in the cockpit. A large insulated ice box is located under the starboard seat, and is self-draining. The long settees have storage cubbies behind the seat backs and beneath the seat cushions. The quarter berths are 6'4" in length and run aft under the cockpit, with storage beneath.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
308 Harbor Drive
Sausalito, CA 94965