The Searunner 25 is the smallest boat in this series. Built from 1/4" plywood, it is a light displacement hull that wieghs just 2000 lbs. This boat is designed to fold for transport on a seasonal basis – folding/unfolding takes a few hours with couple of strong people. It is intended for inland and coastal cruising although a few have made ocean passages. All the features of the larger boats are included; central cockpit with centerboard trunk under, cutter (or sloop) rig, twin cabins and molded chine, plywood construction. The cabins are compact and will accommodate shorter persons with comfort. Outboard motor power is standard. Expect to spend about 12 – 18 man months, part time effort to complete.
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Length overall 25'0″
Waterline length 23'1″
Beam of main hull under the wing 3'9″
Extreme beam, outside the rubrails 16'7″
Draft, hull only 1'4″
Draft, centerboard down 4'6″
Displacement, full load (in lbs.) 2,500
Displacement, dry 2,000
Payload 500
Sail area, main 145
Sail area, max (main and genoa) 365
Mast length from trunk 28'0″
Bridge clearance 32'3″
Engine, maximum horsepower 5 OB
Engine, standard tankage (gallons) 10
Standard water tankage (gallons) 10
Cruising speed under power (knots) 5
Crew, min-max 1-2
Berths, min-max 0-2
Headroom 4'1″
Study Plans (2015) $20
Design Fee (2015) $600
Shipping in USA (2015) $10
Shipping International (2015) $15