Designed by Gordon Wyatt and David Freeman and built by Northshore Yachts in Itchenor, West Sussex in 1972.
This Freeward 25 five tonner is rugged and has traditional lines which provides excellent sea keeping. Long keeled, Sloop Rigged, Tiller Steering and powered by a Lombardini 27hp Diesel Engine.
Built in 1972 at the Northshore Yacht Yard Ichenor, West Sussex.
LOA: 7.69 mtrs / 25'3"
LWL; 6.40 mtrs / 21'0"
BEAM: 2.85 mtrs / 9'4"
DRAFT: 1.13 mtrs / 3'9"
Displacement Weight: 4.5 tons / 4572 kgs.
GRP Hull, Coachroof and Pilothouse.
Traditional Long Keel (2 Ton Ballast encapsulated Keel).
Stern Hung Rudder.
Lombardini MD903 27hp Shaft Driven Diesel Engine.
Cruising Speed: 5 knots.
Maximum Speed: 7 knots.
Engine last serviced September 2015.
(Engine Overhauled in 2014 - new injector pumps, timing belt, water pump and glow plugs)
Engine Instruments including Water Temperature, Oil Pressure and Charging Warning Light.
Engine compartment fire extinguisher.
Bronze Fixed 3 Bladed Propeller.
Fuel Tank Capacity: 50 Ltrs / 10 Gallons.
The saloon has a settee berth incorporating the saloon table (which can be stored at coach-roof level) which converts into a double berth. There is a quarter berth on the starboard side and a forepeak with two single Berths.
The galley is equipped with a stainless steel sink, Plastimo Neptune 2000 gimballed gas oven with two gas burners and a grill, working surfaces, storage drawer, cupboard and crockery storage.
The heads are equipped with a Jabsco marine toilet, washbasin, mirror and storage cupboard.
Autohelm - Echosounder, Log & Speed Instrument.
Autohelm Wind Instrument.
Garmin GPSMap 551 Chart Plotter.
Navman VHF Radio.
2 x Anchors, chain and warp.
2 x Lewmar Self Tailing Genoa Winches.
2 x Self Tailing Winches.
Warps & Fenders.
Clock & Barometer.
2 x Fire Extinguishers.
2 x 12volt Extreme Power Batteries (2014).
240volt Shore Power.
In-Mast Main Sail Furling.
Seldon Aluminium Spars.
Standing Rigging last replaced in 2005.
Maxi Roach Main Sail (2005).
Maxi Roach Jib (2005).
Quay Genoa (2014).
Pressurised Hot & Cold Water.
Flexible Water Tank (Capacity TBC).
Hot Water Calorifier.
4 x Adult Life Jackets & 2 x Children Life Jackets.
Horse Shoe Life Belt and Throwing Line.
Boarding Ladder and Outboard Bracket.
Spare Fan Belts, Fuel, Oil Filters and Impeller.
Crockery, Cutlery and Cooking Pans.
In the late 1990's this yacht was vandalised whilst on a swing mooring and sunk as a result of a transducer being removed. The boat was recovered immediately and moved to the original builder's yard. The boat was completely dried out and it was the subject of a complete refit.
The hull was epoxy treated and painted blue. The boat remained in the builder's yard until 2005 when the refit was completed. The works included the engine being re-built, a new gearbox fitted, new propeller, new sea cocks fitted, two new batteries, new galley fitted, new toilet and wash basin, new upholstery and interior completely re-lined, calorifier fitted, new in-mast reefing Seldon Mast and boom, new running and standing rigging, new headsail roller reefing system, new cockpit dodger and full awning, Raytheon wind, speed and depth instruments, new VHF Radio and autohelm.
This yacht has been owned by the current owner for the last six years.
Moorings available by separate negotiation - March 2017.
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