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1976 Bayfield 25′

6 October, 2011 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

25′ Bayfield Sailboat. You’ll find through general research that these vessels are really well built and nice to have. We get compliments all day long when we’re out. They are small enough for maneuverability, but stable enough for some rough water. We bought the boat on the hard in May of this year and did a lot of detailing to make her shine again. The reason we decided to sell already is that we are more gregarious of a couple than we thought! We love to take friends sailing and many have kids. The boat is great for a couple with kids but in general we need space for more like 6 people at a time and we’re looking for a 30′. So, if you have a trade. . …

Equipment on Board:

Builder: Bayfield Boatyard Limited
Designer: Ted Gozzard
Dimensions:
LOA: 25′
LWL: 19′
Beam: 8′
Displacement: 3500 lb
Draft: 2’11”
Ballast: 1500 lb
Engine: Yanmar YSM8 8 hp Diesel (Serviced 2011, Starts right Up, and runs great)
2 newer batteries with selector switch
Battery Maintainer
Fuel: 16 gal
Water: 20 gal
Working Head with Holding tank and Y valve
VHF Radio
Depth Sounder
CD Player/FM Radio
Sails: 1 Main sail 1 Jib and 1 Genoa
Front & stern stainless rails.
Anchor locker on fore deck with 20 lb Danforth, 25 ft of chain and 150 ft of rode.
Life lines from bow pulpit to cockpit. .

New bottom paint in 2011
New Cutless Bearing 2011
Shaft stuffing repacked 2011
New Propnut Zinc 2011
New laminate on Galley and Setee 2011
All new Cushions made with Sunbrella Fabric 2011
Lots of tools and general extras

This boat is trailerable if you find a trailer.

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I do my best to post the most accurate information I can find, but please be aware that information here may be incorrect. If you have any comments about this boat, corrections to the specifications listed, or can provide additional information or photos, please use the comment form below and share what you can. I will update information as it becomes available.

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