Seaward 25 ‘Smudger’ £76,000 (VAT Paid) SOLD

Seaward 25 – ‘SMUDGER’ £76,000 (VAT Paid) SOLD

Rarely available on the market, this is an excellent example of the Seaward 25. Fitted with the extended solid pulpit and a comprehensive list of optional extras. ‘Smudger’ is in first class condition- now lying in Cowes, Viewing is strongly recommended to appreciate her condition.

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LOA (Hull): 25’5 ” (7.74m) LWL: 22’1 “(6.70m)

Beam: 8′.10″ (2.69m) Draft: 2’5″ (0.73m)

Displ. Approx: 3.00 tons Hull No: 25-058

Designer: Arthur Mursell, TT Boat Designs, Isle of Wight.

Builder: Seaward Marine Ltd, Isle of Wight Year: June 2007

Construction: G.R.P. with teak joinery.

Mechanical Data: 2 x 4 cylinder 110 hp 4JH4 Yanmar marine diesel engines fitted with 2:1 Hurth

hydraulic gearboxes driving 2 x 4 blade contra rotating propellers on 35 mm diameter stainless steel shafts giving maximum speed of 22 knots and cruising at 19 knots. Twin cast bronze rudders are fitted.

Extras: In addition to the equipment included with the standard Seaward 25 specification, this craft has the following optional extras fitted:


Raymarine Tridata (speed & depth log)

Raymarine 6002 autopilot with Vetus electro hydraulic drive

Raymarine C80 Chartplotter with Ray125 GPS

Raymarine 2kW radar radome

Internal covers to protect helm instruments and teak chart locker

Stainless steel gantry mast with Cyclops I radar reflector

Project 1000 low profile electric reversing windlass

Bruce 10kg anchor on self-launch bow roller with chain & warp

Wheelhouse remote control for windlass

Stainless steel bow protection plate

Trim tabs

Victron 1200W/50A multi compact inverter/charger

240V shore power supply with various domestic sockets

Screen washers with electric pump

Pressurised hot & cold water system

Hot & cold cockpit shower facility

Teak stowage lockers under helm and navigators seat (instead of the usual pedestals)

47 litre fridge

Teak & holly laminate sole in wheelhouse & forward cabin

Main cabin door: four panels in teak tongue and groove (varnished)

Pair of shaped sunbeds to locate on forward cabin top

Vetus Z50 chrome searchlight

“Stripper” type rope cutters

Pair of mid ship cleats fitted for springs

Extended solid pulpit

Eberspacher D2 Airtronic hot air heating system with two outlets

Wallas diesel hob for clean cooking

Full cockpit canopy in navy acrylic canvas with all round window panels

Pair of cockpit rails fitted with navy canvas dodgers

Pair of Bomar skylight hatches with built in sunshades above helm & crew seats

Stainless steel steering wheel with wooden rim

Flag pole socket

Vetus 35kgf bow thruster with joystick control

Cockpit sole in traditional solid teak planking

Engine box tops & aft seat top fitted with traditional solid teak planking

Cockpit flood light

Electric (seawater) flush toilet

Traditional teak quarter badges capped with polishd stainless steel

Pair of KAB helm seats trimmed in ‘Muirhead Sateen Polar’ hide.

Infill cushions for extra seating in cockpit

CD/radio/MP3 player

Larger capacity batteries

Teak name boards with stainless letters

Teak cockpit table folding type

Holding tank

Alcantara ‘Porcelain Blue’ interior upholstery

Cockpit cushions ‘White’ vinyl with ‘Caspian Blue’ contrast piping

Remarks: The Seaward 25’s have proven seakeeping qualities and are probably the most sea kindly vessels in this size range.

Lying: Southampton

Viewing: Strictly by appointment through The Boat Development Co Ltd

Asking Price: £76,000 (VAT PAID)

Selling Agents: ‘Seaward’ The Boat Development Co Ltd, Prospect Road, Cowes, Isle of Wight PO31 7AD

Tel: 01983 280333


Contact: Angus at Seaward

The particulars detailed herein are intended to give a fair description of the vessel but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed. These particulars are not a part of any contract or offer and are supplied on the understanding that all negotiations shall be through ‘Seaward’ The Boat Development Co Ltd, who are acting as brokers only. The prospective purchaser is strongly recommended to check the particulars and where appropriate at his/her own expense, to employ qualified agents to carry out surveys, structural and or mechanical and electrical.