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 plaining hull, 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. Will sleep 4 adults. The boat's ease of handling, rugged build and fast performance make it a favorite of owners across North America.
Construction: The haul and deck are hand laminated using unidirectional S-glass over Divinycell core material with modified epoxy resin.
I am the second owner of this boat. I have all the original paperwork. The boat was sold on April 14, 1995. I bought the boat in 2002. This is haul # 48 of 50. Each boat appear to be better than the one before it and this is one of the last ones built. A very nice example of a B25.The boat has not sailed in 6 years. It also has a Sunbrella cover that works with the mast up.
Schaefer Roller Fueler, Trail-Rite trailer Raymarine Knot meter and depth meter, Lifesling, new standing rigging 2012, porta potti, and 2002 Nissan 3.5 hp 2 stroke long shaft.
Sails - Doyle Asymmetrical spinnaker, All other sails are Ullman – 2 mains one is good for cruising the other is a race main 60% life, 135 race head sail and spinnaker both bought on 2006 and used a couple of times, 155 light head sail 2006, 155 carbon 2003 good shape still, #3 jib lightly used, # 2 heavy jib, Kevlar # 2 jib and a Asymmetrical spinnaker