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Seaward 25, 1996

Sloop Rigged Sailboat w/Trailer

  • Builder: Seaward
  • Designer: Mick Hake
  • Model Year: 1996
  • Hull Number: SYX25442J596
  • LOA: 25'0" (27' including bow sprit)
  • LWL: 23'8"
  • Beam: 8'4"
  • Draft: 2'1" (shoal draft keel with aft wing)
  • Displacement: 3,600 lbs.


  • Fuel: 6 gallons (secured portable steel tank with vents)
  • Fresh Water: 35 gallons (secured plastic tank with vents and strainer)
  • Holding: 20 gallons (secured plastic tank discharged via a "Y"-valve and a manual pump to overboard or via deck pumpout to a shore side facility)

    Interior Description

  • The forwardmost compartment is a forepeak locker containing the anchor rode. Aft of this as a vee berth cabin with storage and tankage underneath the berth and a deck hatch in the overhead. 2 opening screened stainless steel ports. Aft of this is the main salon, which has a bulkhead-mounted drop-down table forward to starboard with a straight settee, followed by a head compartment with a manual marine toilet and shower. Opposite to port there is a short settee followed by an "L"-shaped galley and a quarter berth that extends aft beneath the cockpit. On centerline there is an engine box that is removable for engine access. Steps lead up and aft through a companionway with a sliding hatch and drop boards to the cockpit. In the cockpit there are seats on both sides with storage underneath the seats and 2 catbird seats on the stern pulpits.


  • Yanmar 1GM10 9HP Diesel
  • Raw water cooled w/ strainer
  • Racor Fuel Filters

    Sails and Rigging

  • Fully battened Dacron mainsail
  • Lazy Jacks and 2 reef points with jiffy reefing (single line reefing)
  • Dacron 120% genoa on furler
  • CDI reefing furler
  • Cruising spinnaker with launching/retrieving sock
  • Boom vang/preventer
  • Internal halyards all led aft to cockpit organizer bags
  • Two Lewmar #16 Self-Tailing sheet winches
  • One Harken #6 halyard winch

    Deck and Hull

  • Eight opening stainless steel ports with screens
  • Large Bomar opening forward hatch with screen
  • 16 lb Bruce anchor (mounted on quick deploy bowsprit) with 20' of 1/4" G4
  • galvanized chain and 200' of 1/2" nylon rode led through deck hawspipe into rode locker
  • 12 lb Fortress FX-7 anchor (stern rail mount) with 5' of 1/4" galvanized chain and 120' of 1/2" braided
  • Edson pedestal with wheel-steering and cupholders
  • Stainless steel swim ladder
  • Stainless steel outboard motor davit lift (100 lb capacity) on stern rail
  • Bow and stern pulpits, stanchions and vinyl-coated lifelines (3 pelican hooks: port, starboard and stern)
  • 4 Large fenders
  • 4 docklines with rubber shock absorbing snubbers
  • Spare docklines and halyards

    Navigational Equipment and Electronics

  • Autohelm Tridata digital (wind speed, wind direction, log)
  • Autohelm Tridata digital (depth, boat speed, log)
  • Windex at masthead Raytheon ST4000+ Auto Pilot
  • 4" Richie compass (backlit at pedestal)
  • Standard Horizon Eclipse VHF Radio (reachable from helm station or salon) (masthead antennae)
  • Magellan Nav 5000 DLX GPS
  • Alpine stereo/casette player with 6 disc CD changer (2 bose speakers in salon and 2 in cockpit)

    Electrical System

  • 2 6-volt and 1 group 24 wet cell batteries in 2 12VDC banks
  • Rotary battery isolator/selector switch
  • AC and DC circuit breaker panels
  • 125 VAC shore power (30 Amp)
  • 30 ft shorepower cable
  • Statpower TruCharge 20 Amp Battery Charger
  • 2 GFCI outlets (1 in galley, 1 in stateroom)
  • 3 DC accessory outlets (cigarette lighter type- 2 in salon, 1 in cockpit)

    Galley Equipment

  • Origo 4000 2 burner fixed mount counter-top alcohol stove
  • Top-loading refrigerator with Adler Barbour 12VDV cooling plate
  • Stainless steel sink with pressure water and hand pump
  • In-Sinkerator model W152 115VAC water heater (2.5 gallons)
  • Pur Power Survivor 35 watermaker
  • Teak racks with plates and mugs
  • wine glass rack


  • Carbon monoxide detector in salon
  • 2 size II dry chemical, type ABC fire extinguishers (1 in stateroom, 1 in cockpit lazarette)
  • West Marine 12 VDC submersible type bilge pump with automatic switch
  • Manual Whale Gusher Titan diaphragm type bilge pump in cockpit
  • Emergency tiller
  • Throw ring (mounted to stern rail) and line
  • Life vests

    Additional Equipment

  • Cabin top solar fan in foreward stateroom
  • coat rack in foreward stateroom
  • brass clock and barometer
  • numerous cabin lights!
  • bright deck lights mounted on spreader bars
  • outboard motor bracket on stern rail
  • dripless propeller shaft seal
  • extra set of hatch boards
  • mast raising system with crutch
  • adjustable spinnaker pole mount on forward mast
  • Anti-corrosion zincs on shaft and strut
  • Dual axle "Performance" galvanized trailer with surge brakes, manual wire winch, attached ladder, extendable tongue, bearing buddies, spare tire (5 near new tires) and keel guides and boat guides for ease of getting boat aligned back on the trailer during retrieval
  • Custom built metal mast support crutches for and aft for transport on trailer
  • Sunbrella covers for pedestal, winches, mainsail and cockpit dodger (removable)
  • Flag halyard mounted on spreader bar
  • Manuals for all equipment aboard
  • Sails professionally cleaned and serviced by Sailcare (2008)
  • Interlux anti-fouling bottom paint (professianally applied 2010)
  • Free and clear titles in hand for boat and trailer

    Much more!

    Owner's Statement

  • This and all Seaward 25's are a solidly constructed, well rounded boat. The keel allows for easy trailering, launching and retrieval. It also allows the boat to sail in water that is 26 inches deep! The boat has a very classic look that turns heads on the road and in every marina you will enter. The boat will ghost along effortlessly in s slight breeze yet is very solid when the wind is blowing. The diesel engine is a beauty and will push her along at about 6.5 knots when the wind isn't blowing. This boat is very well equipped for daysailing, weekending or some extended cruising. Just add water and you are off!

    The boat is in Buena Vista, Colorado (about 2 1/2 hours SW of Denver, CO)

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