Seamaster 925 - Boat For Sale, Second-hand

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Category:Boats
Section:Sailing Boats
Reference:7851
Make:Seamaster
Model:925
Berth:7
Num Cabins:2
Build Year:1979 (Second hand)
Location:Inverkip , GB
Price:£ 12,900 Vat Paid
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Contact Seller
Michael Schmidt
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Boat Description

This well presented, well maintained Seamaster 925 designed by Holman & Pye, has been in her present ownership since 2005. Fitted with a new Beta 16 inboard diesel engine in May 2010. A substantial amount of equipment has been replaced and/or upgraded including standing rigging, anchor windlass, sails and new navigation. There is a 2014 survey available to seriously interested parties.
Dimensions/General
LOA - 9.16m
LWL - 6.90m
LOD - 8.61
Beam - 3.04m
Draft - 1.52m
Displacement - 3500 kgs
Cruising Speed - 5 knots
Maximum Speed - 8.5 knots
1 x Fuel Tank - 55 litres
1 x Water Tank - 100 litres
Hull/Deck/Superstructure - GRP
Keel - Fin
Steering- Tiller
Cockpit - Aft Cockpit
Accommodation

'Samba's' accommodation offers seven bunks, two in the fore cabin and five in the main saloon. Owners Comments:- (Practically, 3-4 people is the most you'd want living onboard)
Saloon
Light oak interior
Green PVC upholstery
12v cabin lighting
Clock/Barometer
Goodwood Radio-cassette
Galley
Linear Galley on Starboard Side
Plastimo Neptune2000 Gas Cooker with built-in Grill
Stainless Steel Sink with two taps and cold water
Heads
Jabsco manual toilet
Wash basin with pressurised cold water
Three vents and two hatches
Mechanical/Electrical
Beta 16 inboard shaft driven 16hp 2 cylinder diesel engine
Engine Hours - Circa 785
Last Service - 14 May 2018
Fuel Consumption - 1 litre per hour
Range - 200 nm
Water Cooling - Heat Exchanger, Seawater
Fixed two blade propeller
Throttle Lever engine controls
TPM gearbox
Basic spares available
Vetus 12v Battery 75 a/h - 2006
Yuasa 12v 75 a/h battery - 2015
Navigation/Electronics
Icom VHF - 2012
Garmin GPS 152 GPS
Raymarine i50 Echosounder - 2017
Sestrel Compass
Raymarine i50 Speed/Log
Mast/Rigging/Sails
Sloop Rig
Aluminium Sparlight Spars
Stainless Steel Standing Rigging - replaced over a period 2010/2014
Braid-on-Braid Running Rigging - maintained and replaced over time
Slab Mainsail Reefing
Mainsail Cover
Furlex Furling System
Aluminium Spinnaker Pole
Cruising-Chute
Sails
Mainsail
Genoa
Cruising-Chute - asymmetric)
Spinnaker
Deck and Safety Equipment
4 x Warps
6 x Fenders
35lb CQR Anchor with 50m chain
Fisherman Anchor with 2m chain
Mooring Line
Single bow roller
Electric Simpson-Lawrence Seawolf Anchor Windlass operated by foot control
Electric Warping Drum operated by foot
Boarding Ladder
Pushpit
Pulpit
Double guard wires
Blue Canvas Sprayhood
Blue PVC All over cover
Avon Dinghy (by separate negotiation)
Liferaft 4 man - New 2018 - (by separate negotiation)
6 x Flares - Expire 2020
1 x Manual Bilge Pump
1 x Fire Blanket
3 x Fire Extinguishers, Manual - May require service
2 x Jackstays
1 x Harness
1 x Danbuoy
Owners Comments/History/Maintenance Records/Upgrades
Samba a Seamaster 925:
SSR 118757: MMSI 232008699: Call-sign - Mike Mike Yankee Hotel 3
1) Brief history of major works:
Designed by Holman & Pye. Hull no. 5841, built 1979 at Seamaster Limited, Great Dunmow, Essex. The first owner is believed to have kept the boat on the Clyde.
August 2005 purchased by the present owner at Loch Melfort, Argyll.
May 2010 engine replaced with new Beta 16 professionally installed at Ardfern Yacht Centre: fuel tank also cleaned, repaired and re-painted. New lower (inner) shrouds fitted. New genoa by Leitch of Tarbert, Argyll.
June 2010 new babystay (inner forestay) fitted in Orkney.
April 2011 new Gebo forehatch fitted. New Furlex genoa-furling gear fitted. New Jabsco heads fitted. Main windows (which had been leaking) re-built with new seals.
May 2012 new ICom M411 VHF set fitted (DSC, GMDSS).
May 2013 - new main shrouds and backstay fitted. Forecabin windows re-built with new seals.
November 2014 insurance survey by James McIlwraith of Survey One. Available for review.
March-May 2015 2 out of 6 keel bolts tested for tightness and recapped. New guard-rail wires fitted. Fire extinguishers all checked, two refilled, and engine compartment extinguisher replaced with a new one (with glass bulb auto-release). New Hyde mainsail. Anchor chain re-galvanised.
March-May 2016 4 remaining keel-bolts tested for tightness and recapped. Lower hull sand-blasted by Marine Blast and then professionally epoxied by J. Miller Marine Maintenance, Helensburgh. Simpson-Lawrence electric anchor windlass completely rebuilt by SL Spares, Paisley.
April-May 2017 new rudder bearings fitted, and drain plug fitted to the rudder. New Raymarine i50 log and depth instruments professionally fitted by Iain Kilgore of Electrics for Boats. Replacement GPS (Garmin G152) fitted, linking into DSC VHF for position reporting.
May 2018 new Seago 4-person liferaft. Anchor-locker drain valve replaced. Forehatch re-sealed. A new sacrificial strip on foot and leech of Genoa.
2) Inventory of main items of equipment:
Hull: pretty tumblehome, long fin cast-iron keel. Rudder with partial skeg. Tiller steering. Spare tiller.
Rig and sails: Sparlight mast and boom, removed each winter and carefully checked over. Mainsail is Hyde, 2015, with slab-reefing. Genoa is Leitch, 2010. Cruising chute with snuffer. Spinnaker, and spinnaker pole. Standing rigging and bottlescrews all replaced over the period 2010-2013. Sail number 1357C.
Deck and topsides: Electric anchor windlass is Simpson-Lawrence Seawolf. 50 metres chain. 35lb CQR and fisherman kedge. Winches are all Barlow: genoa-winches are 2-speed. Topsides are still original gelcoat, polished annually by J. Miller Marine Maintenance over the last several years. The liferaft is Seago 4-person. Avon dinghy - with oars and pump and storage bag. Warps and fenders. Two lifebelts and danbuoy. Winter cover and supporting spar.
Instruments/Electronics: Raymarine i50 log and depth. Garmin GPS 152. ICom M411 VHF. Nav lights at bow and stern, masthead steaming light, all with LED bulbs. Old radio-cassette with Goodmans speakers. Two 12v sockets for charging phones etc.
Galley and Fire Safety: Plastimo 2-burner with grill and oven, gimballed. Gas safety check last done May 2017 at Port Bannatyne, Bute. Seawater foot-pump to galley sink, also pressure feed from a fresh water tank. Fridge was removed long ago: instead, that space is suitable for a cool-box. Galley sink and heads sink both have positive pump-out. Three powder fire extinguishers, two in the main cabin, one in the engine compartment.
Fuel and Water tanks: About 53 litres diesel, plus 15 litres in spare jerry cans. The water tank is Plastimo flexible 100-litre, with an electric pump connected to taps at the two sinks, galley and heads
Engine: Beta 16, carefully maintained as recommended by Beta now c.770 well-behaved hours since May 2010. Runs economically at about 4.5-5kts hull speed in calm conditions burning c.1 litre per hour. Prop, new in 2010, is fixed 2-blade.
Batteries: 2 x 75a/h, Engine battery (Yuasa) was new in 2015.
Full Specifications

Dimensions
Length:30.05 ft | 9.16 m
Beam:3.04 meter
Engines/Propulsion
Engine Make/Model:Beta 16
General
Num Cabins:2
Num Berths:7
Michael Schmidt Offices: HAMBLE 02380 455714 WINDERMERE 01539 447700 KIP 01475 529975 RHU 01436 821606 BARCELONA +34 657 192 411
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