"Project Mayhem" - Hull #25 of 50, owned by boat builder himself, so has some modifications compared to other B-25s
Currently in winter storage in Baltimore, MD
Excellent Condition - Always dry sailed
Complete and ready to race. PHRF - 138 handicap in the Chesapeake Bay
B-25 RACING SAILBOAT HISTORY The B-25 was designed by Leif Beiley in the late 1980s and produced in limited numbers (50 total) by his company, B-Boats, Inc. The design was ahead of its time, with a slippery hull form, lightweight yet seaworthy kevlar epoxy over foam core construction, and a deep lifting keel for stability, ramp launching and trailer-ability. The B-25 features a simple, single-spreader rig and spartan, daysailer appointments down below. The boat's ease of handling, rugged build and fast performance make it a favorite of owners across North America.
Other Sails : 2nd kevlar Main, kevlar #1, kevlar #2, two kevlar #3, backup #1, dacron travel #3 and two travel dacron mains, one with reef points, all Ullman. And 4 Spinnakers, two in reasonably good shape.