About this Sailboat:
The Monetgo 25 was designed as a cruiser with speed potential to be club raced by a family. For this purpose, the hull configuration and air-foil shaped keel promote rapid entry through the water while maintaining the stability usually found on larger boats.
On the other hand, the “cruiser” side of a sailor requires comfortable accommodations which make staying on board a pleasureable retreat from “the same old routine”. The main cabin is finished in rich warm teak accented by 5 inch cushions. The galley is fully equiped with hideaway stove, self draining ice box, stainless steel sink, dish and utensil rack, dinette table and ample storage areas. The forward berth area includes an enclosed head area with vanity, sink and hanging locker, and privacy in the salon with sliding teak door.
On the deck, requirements of both the racer and the cruiser have been considered in the layout of hardware and rigging. Internal halyards, sheet stoppers, deck winches, internal outhaul, jiffy reefing in the boom, main sheet traveler system…..Sail handling is almost complete from the cockpit.— Hull Type: Fin Keel | Rig Type: Masthead Sloop | Construct: Fiberglass | Bal. Type: Iron | LOA: 25.25′ | LWL: 20.50′ | Beam: 9.08′ | Draft: 4.60′ | Ballast: 1,800 | Displacement: 6,900 | I: 32.00′ / J: 11.00′ / P: 27.30′ / E: 9.50′ | SA (Fore): 176 ft2 | SA (Main): 130 ft2 | Est. Forestay Len.: 33.84′ | Engine: Nissan Outboard 9.9 Long Shaft — Upgrades:
New Paint (bottom, sides, deck) – 2011 | New Rub Rail – 2011 | New Port lights with screens – 2011 | New Lewmar Hatch – 2011 | New Cushions – 2010 | New Lifelines – 2011 | New VHF Radio – 2010 | New VHF Antenna – 2011 | New Wind Indicator – 2011 | New Grill – 2010 | New Garmin Marine Chartplotter & Sounder Combo – 2010 | New Portable Head (never used) – 2010 | New Deep Cycle Battery – 2010 — Also:
Storm jib | All around lifeline covers | Two helm cushions | Both sinks with electric 12v water pumps | Solar Panel | Sleeps 6 | Second owner
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