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The following information and photographs are displayed as a service to anyone researching yacht types. HOWEVER THE PHOTOGRAPHS AND TEXT ARE COVERED BY COPYRIGHT, AND MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED WITHOUT THE PERMISSION OF YACHTSNET LTD. Details and photographs are normally based on one specific yacht, but could be a compilation. No reliance should be placed on other yachts of the same class being identical.  Where common variations exist, we have endeavoured to indicate this in these archive details.

Wing 25

Brief details


Moulded by Tylers, fitted out by A. V. Robertson

The Wing 25 is an attractive little cruiser with the hull designed by Colin Mudie and the deck layout by Ricus van de Stadt. The design dates from 1964, and production continued, with various alterations along the way, running up to a Mk IV version before the last boats were built in 1981. Most of the Wing 25s built were originally fitted with a 6.5 hp air cooled Lister diesel, but most yachts will by now have been re-engined


25' 0"

Sail area

260 sq ft


18' 0"




8' 0"




3' 7"




6,610 lbs


Albin petrol or Lister diesel


2,380 lbs



Keel type

Long encapsulated iron fin keel with spade rudder

The example illustrated here is understood to be hull no 1 from 1964, and is unusual in having had the keel-hung rudder removed, and a separate spade rudder fitted - the plan here shows the original standard arrangement. This modification was apparently done to improve the handling.

Wing 25s were originally built with a standard keel-hung rudder. The example illustrated here was apparently modified by having a spade rudder fitted as shown here.

The accommodation consists of a vee-berth forecabin, seen above with the saloon table stowed at the port side, with the heads compartment separating this from the saloon. The saloon has two settee berth, with a small galley to starboard with sink and cooker.

Photographs Yachtsnet

Below left: The original Albin engine in this yacht has been replaced with a new Yanmar 1GM10 diesel

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