Motor BoatsSports CruisersavailableSealine
2003 25ft GRP 4 Berth Sports Cruiser powered by a single Volvo KAD32 170hp inboard Diesel engine with Duo Prop outdrive.
I purchased her 2 years ago but due to illness I was unable to use her last year and my good lady wife is not comfortable on the water, so she has to go - the boat that is :-).
The previous owner to me purchased her from new and I have pretty much a full service history and receipts for the work undertaken.
Always kept ashore in Portland dry stack when not in use.
The S23 is a very popular diesel engined Sports Cruiser and is in very good condition.
Length: 24.6ft / 7.5m
Waterline length: 18.5ft / 5.6m
Beam: 8.2ft / 2.5m
Maximum draft: 3ft / 0.9m
Weight: 5291Lbs / 2400Kg
The Sealine S23 was first sold in the UK in 2002. Production ran until 2006, being rebranded in 2005 as the S25.
The Sealine S23 is 25ft overall in length and has a beam of 8’2”. Unusually for a 25ft sports cruiser the S23 has walkaround decks instead of the more usual bow access through the front screen.
The majority of S23’s sold in the UK were powered by a single Volvo Penta KAD32 170hp diesel engine.
Engine and Leg has just been fully serviced.
The hull and decks having been professionally polished, with the hull, leg and trims having been antifouled.
All of this work was completed June 2019.
1x Volvo KAD32 170hp inboard diesel engine with Duo Prop out drive.
Approx 500 hours.
Full service history back to 2009. Engine and leg serviced June 2019 including new alternator, rev counter, wiper blades. May 2020 service including anodes.
Auto Trim tabs.
New rear prop.
2x 12v batteries, Isolator switch, 12v socket on the dash. Cabin 3 pin sockets throughout.
The cabin is accessed via a tinted sliding door which slides away beneath the dashboard for ease of access. Immediately through the door you find a set of three steps down into the cabin. To the port side of the steps is the small galley which is equipped with a Plastimo Neptune 2000 two burner gas hob and grill, a stainless steel sink and drainer with Hot and Cold water also storage for cups and glasses in eye level shelves. There is also a pan draw beneath the cooker and a large storage cupboard beneath the sink with a waste bin located beneath the steps.
To the starboard side opposite the galley is the access into the midships cabin, a double berth beneath the cockpit floor. This berth has sitting headroom and an emergency escape window into the cockpit. Beneath the bed are the water tanks and access to water pumps and the shower sump.
Starboard side midships is the heads compartment, this has a NEW sea toilet, wash hand basin plus a shower with Hot and Cold water, Ample storage for toiletries and cleaning products. There is also a toilet roll holder, towel holder and soap dish moulded into the GRP liner.
The forward area is the saloon which easily seats four around a U shaped seating area. The seating drops down to form a second double berth and the areas beneath the seats are hollow to create large storage bins. There is a small hanging locker which also serves as a handy place to keep the TV on top of. A large mirror on the forward bulkhead helps make the area look and feel light and airy.
Navigation equipment: Compass, Navman Tracker 5600, Raymarine ST60 Tridata, Icom DSC VHF Command mic radio with Raymarine speaker.
Safety equipment: Electric and manual bilge pump, Fire extinguishers, Fuel shut off valves.
Deck equipment: Starting at the stern of the boat, you enter the vessel via a transom gate located to the port side. The cockpit arrangement allows for the seating of six people, two at the helm and four around the rear cockpit table. The fridge is located in the cockpit to the port side of the cockpit to allow more galley space below in the cabin. Next to the fridge is a storage locker and also a separate gas locker large enough to store two gas bottles. The dashboard is well laid out with everything to hand for both the skipper and crew, with all dials easily visible.
This boat comes with a full cockpit canopy and stainless steel radar arch to allow the boat to be used in the UK climate. Deck hardware comprises of six large heavy duty mooring cleats, two forward, two amidships and two at the stern. There are stainless steel grab rails at the stern of the vessel which when used with the stainless steel boarding ladder aid with reboarding the craft. At the bow of the boat is a large fairlead and access to the large anchor locker which contains the electric windlass and chain as well as providing storage for general cruising gear.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have.
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