Beachcomber 25', 1982
This is a very rare boat, being a cat ketch with wishbone booms you will be hard pressed to find many like it. the sails are both self furling, they roll up onto the masts. the masts are free standing. this boat is very simmilar to the nonsuch 26 or a small version of the freedom 40.
The Inboard Yanmar diesel has less than 300 hours and runs perfect. comes with extra impellers oill filters and belts as well as an electric pump for doing oil changes.
she draws 16 inches with the center board up and 5 feel with it down, giving you access to thousands of miles of shallow coast that even most "shoal drafted" boats cant.
the sails are in new condition as well as a set of used sails.
has two burner gas stove and fresh water sink, enclosed head. the head valves need to be cleaned or replaced, it pumps water out but not drawing. this is the only real thing that needs to be done to the whole boat.
three anchors two danforths and a cqr, as well as rode and chain for all three, life vests, flares hand held rechargable vhf. a bunch of other small stuff that will come in handy.
although she says 25'6" her LWL is 23' and LOA is 27' it really has to be compaired to a 26-27' boats. suprisingly large cabin. tiller mounted auto-pilor, not sure the condition, not getting electricity to it, so clean the connections and it may work fine.
comes with everything you need to start sailing. not a project
I recently bought this boat from the local sea scout but my situation changed and now am moving. but before I bought it I dove out the hull and cleared out the seacocks and inspected everything, and everything was in suprisingly good condition, the paint was good just needs a scraping, all running gear in good order. and sails suprisingly well and fast.