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1989 25 (ft.) Nimble 25 Arctic

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General Information

Listing# 130545

Price
$21,000.00
Location
Hixson, TN, United States
Manufacturer
Nimble
Boat Type
Sailboat
Model Year
1989
Category
Sloop
Designer
Ted Brewer
Model
25 Arctic
Status
Used
Length
25 (ft.)
Bridge Clearance
384
Beam
99
LOA
300
Hull Material
Fiberglass
Fuel Type
unleaded
Engine Model
9.9
Number of Engines
1
Engine Type
Other
Engine Hours
48

General Details

The Brewer-designed, Koch-built mini-cruisers based on the chined hull of a sharpie and the versatile parameters of a trailerable boat. The Nimble 25 Arctic, share her curious features -- on the one hand beguiling, on the other rugged as a tugboat With cruising accommodations in well under 30 feet, trailerability behind a good station wagon, an easily handled sail plan, the ability to poke into undiscovered haunts, and a happy-go-lucky approach to the elusive "performance" criterion. The notion that it all works for those who turn it into a lifestyle is documented in the pages of many magazines, The arctic features a hull cored with cross-linked foam (either Klegecell or Divinycell) for superior impact resistance in trailering situations, all hand laid and vacuum bagged with an isophthalic gel coat backed by vinylester resin and a combination of biaxial and triaxial cloth. Polyester resin is used where applicable for secondary bonding. The deck incorporates cross-linked foam core for stiffness in all vertical surfaces and solid FRP for horizontal surfaces where the compressive loading of thru-deck fittings comes into play. Deck gel coat features positive, molded-in non-skid. Hull to deck consists of outward flanges from amidships forward and inward flanges from amidship aft, The interior features sleeping quarters for two in the bow, and then a deceptively roomy pilothouse structure that includes a stand-up galley to port, steering station to starboard, a six-foot settee/berth behind the pilot's chair, a convertible dinette amidship, and a folding chart table aft and to port The soles are teak and holly, and most of the cabinetwork and trim is rendered honey teak.
The main bulkhead separating the seven-foot-plus forepeak from the pilothouse occurs where the compression post is installed. This can be ordered as a continuous teak-veneered unit, as a fenestrated unit with shelving over the galley, or even fully open. Two opening hatches in the forward cabin promote ventilation throughout the boat, bring in ambient light and provide easy access to ground tackle on the foredeck in anchoring situations.
The cockpit is deep and secure, with coamings that not only support one's back when seated but also, by virtue of their width, provide elevated seating on the rails in nice weather. Significantly, the cockpit settees are long enough to stretch out or even sleep on. And drink holders are molded in. Forward of the cabin house, a proprietary Nimble tabernacle supports the deck-stepped spar. It provides for relatively simple stepping and unstepping of the rig for those who truly take advantage of the boat's trailerability, or who find themselves faced with a low bridge that won't open and a particularly enticing cruising destination beyond.

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Specifications

Condition
Over All this boat is in nice condition has been well taken care of . The hull shows signs of use but nothing bad. The interior is Very nice with hardly any signs of wear. The sails were just inspected by a sail maker who said they were good for years to come . The trailer an extension to launch on shallow ramps and is good shape also.