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Model: Colvic Springtide 25
Price: £7,500 (GBP)
Year: 1980
Hull: GRP

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Model: Colvic Springtide 25
Price: £7,500 (GBP)
Year: 1980
Hull: GRP
LOA: 25' 0" (7.6m)
LWL: 21' 9" (6.6m)
Beam: 8' 0" (2.4m)
Draft: 3' 0" (0.9m)
Displacement: 6614lbs
Ballast: 2900lbs
Keel: Long
Rig: Sloop
Engine Type: Inboard Shaft drive
Engine: Beta 20HP
Fuel: Diesel
Fuel Capacity: 20 gallons
Water: 40 gallons
Location: Loch Fyne

Ready to go for the season at a bargain price!! This boat would make the perfect starter cruiser for a couple or a small family.
Excellent value at a budget price! Very strong and stable family yacht.
Two owners from new, including former RYA Yachtmaster and sailing instructor.
She has been sailed to Ireland, Holland, most of the West of Scotland including the Firth of Clyde, around the Mull of Kintyre many times, through the Corryvreckan many times, Staffa, Iona, Mull, Jura, Islay etc etc.
Ideal for that cruising couple or small family. The owners have fully refurbished her over the last few of years, including a beautifully built new doghouse and new 20 hp Beta Diesel engine. Designed by Kenneth Evans for ColvicCraft, the Springtide 25 is the long keeled version of the almost identical triple keeled 24.
This boat feels amazingly spacious for its 25 feet giving comfortable accommodation in two cabins.
She comfortably cruises at 5.5 knots and goes faster in a blow, taking the weather in her stride.


Accommodation:
2 cabins, 2 quarter berths in main cabin and 2 in forward cabin, heads compartment.
Galley:
2 burner gas stove with grill, sink with Whale pumped cold water supply
Sails:
1 x Main, 1 x Genoa, 2 x Headsails, all in good condition

Instruments:
GPS, Log, Sounder, Compass, Auto pilot (not used)
Electrical System:
12 volt dual battery bank, no shore power
Additional Info:
Nearly new inflatable tender and new lifejackets are available by negotiation. Owner's comments:
Tyker has given us many years of pleasure.
We have spent many happy hours exploring coves and bays, watched dolphins in the Sound of Jura, deer swimming off Scarba, whales off Ardnamurchan, gannets diving off Ailsa Craig, Puffins on Staffa, tourists on Ballymory (aka Tobermory). The best way to enjoy Scotland is undoubtedly by boat.
We have sailed with Dolphins, anchored in remote beautiful locations and watched the sunset at anchor.
I would say Tyker is ideal for a couple, small family or single sailor.




On her Mooring - Owner's photo

View on deck showing the new doghouse. -

Long Keel -

Doghouse closeup - looking aft

View in boatyard - Safely stored at the back of the boatyard, but a little difficult to get a good over all view!

Rudder and propeller - Starboard side

Rudder and propeller - Port side

Long Keel - Port side

Starboard side looking forward - Cockpit enclosure on.

Starboard walkway, looking forward -

Starboard side, looking aft -

View over doghouse - cockpit enclosure up

Portside walkway looking forward -

Foredeck -

Forehatch -

Looking aft from foredeck -

Inside the doghouse -

Cockpit from port side -

Looking into the doghouse to the companionway - from aft of the cockpit

Cockpit from companionway -

Cockpit from starboard side -

The opened companionway -

Looking into the Companionway Entrance - View to port

Looking into the Companionway Entrance - view to starboard

Nav station on starboard side -

Nav station and companionway steps -

Galley on port side -

Looking forward from the companionway steps - view of the saloon

Saloon Looking Forward. -

Looking towards forward cabin -

Nav station quarter berth -

Galley quarter berth detail -

Beneath the galley -

Looking into the heads compartment -

Hanging locker - with shelves to rear

Looking into the forward cabin -

Forward cabin - Port side

The heads compartment -

Hanging locker to starboard - as seen from the forward cabin entrance

Heads compartment on port side - as seen from the forward cabin entrance

Looking aft to saloon - from the forward cabin entrance

Looking aft from the forward cabin V berth -

Forward cabin V berth -

Forward cabin, starboard side -

Looking into the saloon - from the forward cabin area

Saloon looking aft - port side

Saloon looking aft - starboard side

Galley on port side - as seen looking aft from the saloon

Nav station on starboard side - as seen from the saloon

Official Number -

Engine Compartment - Nearly new Beta Engine

Engine - Pristine condition

Engine Compartment - Beneath companionway steps

Battery compartment - to starboard of the engine

Looking out of the companionway entrance - comfortable cockpit

Sold
Model: Colvic Springtide 25
Price: £7,500 (GBP)
Year: 1980
Hull: GRP
LOA: 25' 0" (7.6m)
LWL: 21' 9" (6.6m)
Beam: 8' 0" (2.4m)
Draft: 3' 0" (0.9m)
Displacement: 6614lbs
Ballast: 2900lbs
Keel: Long
Rig: Sloop
Engine Type: Inboard Shaft drive
Engine: Beta 20HP
Fuel: Diesel
Fuel Capacity: 20 gallons
Water: 40 gallons
Location: Loch Fyne

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