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This Northshore Fisher 25 is in great condition, with the interior being pretty much like new - certainly the best I have seen. She also benefits from having had a new Volvo engine and prop fitted in 2017, bow thruster and of course, interior heating. A very well maintained example - with very little work required for next season. Hull has been copper-bottomed too. Check out the full details...
A 1998 Northshore built Fisher 25 with dark blue hull - a classic little motor sailor with comfortable accommodation and an easily handled ketch rig. This example is in great condition, with the interior being pretty much like new - certainly the best I have seen.
She also benefits from having had a new Volvo engine and prop fitted in 2017, bow thruster and of course, interior heating. A very well maintained example - with very little work required for next season. Hull has been copper-bottomed.
The transom stern (the only Fisher to have one) maximizes the cockpit space and the transom-hung rudder can be controlled either by tiller from the cockpit or from the comfort of the wheelhouse in inclement weather.
Length Overall: 7.69m / 25'3"
Length at Waterline: 6.40m / 21'
Beam: 2.85m / 9'4"
Draft: 1.13m / 3'9"
Displacement: 4,572 kg / 4.5 tons
Ballast: 2,134 kg / 2.1 tons
Volvo Penta D2-40F 39hp 4-cylinder, 1.5-liter, naturally aspirated diesel engine using a cam driven, in-line injection pump, and freshwater cooling. With low cruising rpm, the engine runs quietly with minimal vibrations.
Installed new in 2017 and benefits from EVC. Engine hours:327
Shaft drive to feathering 3 blade Brunton Autoprop (feathering). Rope cutter.
Fuel: 181 L / 40 gal
Water: 181 L / 40 gal
Small Heating fuel tank in stainless steel
Five berths in two cabins with a single heads. Eberspacher diesel warm-air heating.
Forecabin: 2 full length single berths with storage locker beneath at the aft end. The access trap for the chain locker is forward. There's a deck hatch for access to the foredeck. Fixed ports in each hull side with blackout covers. a Door closes the cabin from the saloon.
Heads/toilet: manual marine toilet with pull-out wash basin and pressurized cold water. Large hanging locker opposite heads.
Saloon: L-shaped seating to port with fold-away table and conversion to a double berth. Pilot berth to starboard with pullout nav. table above and cool box below. Stainless steel sink with pressurized cold water.
Galley is to starboard forward of pilot berth - with gimballed Plastimo Neptune 2000 gas cooker with two hobs and grill.
Wheelhouse: Helm seating with collapsible bench seat. Helm console and electrics panel looks original but has been upgraded and modified. All instrumentation nicely accessible. Chart stowage below starboard bench locker. Sliding acrylic roof hatch on wheelhouse
The interior was adapted in-build to give a little more headroom to the standard version.
Rig and Sails
Bermudan ketch rig with Selden spars
Main, mizzen and furling genoa as original in tan Terylene (Arun)
Main and mizzen sail covers + stackpacks and lazy jacks
Main is slab reefing
+ There is a brand new furling genoa available by separate negotiation - never been used - still in bag.
12v and mains shorepower
2 batteries in battery box
Battery charger - Sterling Advanced 4-step 12v 20A
Bow thruster - Vetus
Eberspacher warm-air heating - 3 outlets
Autohelm - ST4000+
Chart plotter (Raymarine C120) & Radar
Backup GPS - Garmin GPS 152
VHF radio - M-Tech MT-500 with DSC (New)
Clock and barometer. Second clock in saloon.
Dodger for cockpit
Anchor and chain - manual windlass
Fenders and warps
Liferaft - but needs a service (RFD)
Extra mid-ships cleats