Bangor Down Ireland
Wing 25 long encapsulated iron keel sailing yacht from the design boards of E.G. Van de Stadt and Colin Mudie.
Hull, deck and coachroof heavily laid-up in GRP
Manufactured by Tylers circa 1971.
LOA 25ft LWL 18ft Beam 8ft Draught 3ft 7 Weight 3000kg
Berths for 4 people below deck in two cabins.
Heads compartment with a Jabsco sea toilet.
Quite beamy for a 1960's Van de Stadt design.
Headroom main cabin 5ft 7 Internal beam 7ft 7 Berths 6ft 4
Headroom forward cabin 5ft Berths 5ft 4.
Quite suitable for a family with a couple of kids.
Sail wardrobe consists of a main sail and furling genoa still in crisp condition by Goacher Sails on a Plastimo 604S roller reefing system.
Spinnaker/Cruising Chute included.
Basic nav gear includes bulkhead compass, NASA log/depth/voltmeter and GPS repeater and DSC Marine VHF.
Powered by the very reliable Yanmar 1GM10 inboard diesel that runs like a sewing machine and is simple to start and maintain. Excellent access from the cabin and also from a hatch on the cockpit sole which provides easy access to the gearbox and shaft.
Good sized cockpit with plenty of locker space under the seats and a huge locker aft of the helm.
Being surprisingly heavy for its size and having a long keel, the Wing has a very sea-kindly motion and she holds her course well on all points of sail, taking anything the Irish Sea throws at you.
Currently ashore North Down.
Contact by phone is preferred.
|Vessel type:||Sailing Yacht|
|Length over all:||25'|
|Length at waterline:||18'|