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Seamaster 925

Brief details

Builder

Seamaster Ltd., Essex.

The Seamaster 925 is a solidly built fin-keeled cruiser from the 1970s, although the styling is nevertheless surprisingly modern. In 2000 ' Sailing Today' magazine reviewed the design, saying ".... although an older design, this boat was ahead of its time in many ways and is good value for money."

LOA

29' 6"

Sail area

490 sq ft main and genoa

LWL

22' 9"

Rig

sloop

Beam

9' 11"

Cabins

2

Draught

5' 0"

Berths

6

Displacement

8,960 lbs

Engine

usually Volvo Penta MD6A or MD1B

Ballast

not known

BHP

6 - 10

Keel type

Iron fin keel with skeg-hung rudder

From the 1950s Seamaster Ltd. was one of the leading builders of GRP motorboats in the UK, and they later expanded their range to include a series of sailing yachts, using top designers including Laurent Giles and Holman & Pye. Seamasters always had a good reputation for build quality.

 

Designed by Holman & Pye in 1972, the Seamaster 925 design was first introduced as the Seamaster 28 before being slightly altered, and renamed the Seamaster 925, of which 137 were built.

 

The design was in many ways ahead of its time, giving more interior space than most competing British yachts whilst retaining Seamasters high build quality. A smaller version, the Seamaster 815, was introduced in 1975.

 

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