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|Aangeboden door||Maiden Marine|
The Jaguar 25 provides surprisingly roomy accommodation for a 25 footer along with good sailing performance. Bilge keels allow shallow areas to be explored and drying moorings to be utilised should you wish to take the boat to sea. The 6 wheel yard trailer is used to store the boat ashore each winter. Justifiably popular with over 900 built "The Blue C" is an affordable route to big boat sailing. There is no motor with this boat.
Designed by Frank Butler and built by Jaguar Boats. GRP hull, deck and superstructure with canvas sprayhood, bilge keels, transom hung rudder with tiller steering and lifting transom mounted bracket for an outboard motor. Comes with a 6 wheel yard trolley / trailer allowing winter storage ashore.
Bermudan sloop with deck stepped alloy mast and spars. Slab reefed mainsail with cover and roller furling Genoa. Stainless steel standing rigging and Terylene running rigging. The standing rigging was replaced in April 2010.
The Jaguar 25 has the capacity to provide six berths with 2 in the forepeak cabin, a convertible double to port in the saloon utilising the table, a single berth to starboard and a double quarter berth extending beneath the cockpit. The galley area is to port of the companionway steps. There is a stainless steel sink with manual cold water faucet, space for a gimbled hob, and storage. The heads with chemical toilet is to port adjoining the fore-cabin with a hanging space opposite.
Equipped for the lake the inventory includes:
|Drinkwatertank||1 x 40 l ()|
|Brandstoftank||1 x 10 l ()|