"IBIS" KETCH RIGGED, LONG KEEL MOTORSAILER. The Fisher 25 is a classic little motor sailer with comfortable accommodation and an easily handled ketch rig.
Ketch rigged, long keel motorsailer. Designed by Wyatt & Freeman and built by Fairways Marine Production in 1985. Ibis has been well updated with radar and some instruments. This is a good example of the class considering her age and is well worth viewing. Wheelhouse windows replaced in 2007
Fuel: 60 gallons Water: 250 gallons. mounts. Electric start. Single lever controls. Shaft drive to a three blade fixed pitch propeller through a Hurth V drive and 1:1.5 reduction gearbox with reverse. 1998 Halyard oil filled shaft seal. Std navigation lights with anchor light on aft radar mast. Roller staysail, 2 x roller yankees and spinnaker. 1993 1 x 19 10mm Diform rigging with 1998 12mm forestay, backstay and uppers and the balance 1993. 2 x Sailspar continuous line headsail furling gear. Terylene running rigging. Winches ? By Enkes self tailing 2 x 32ASC primary, 2 x 26ASC secondary / main sheet, 2 x 26ASC staysail sheet and 2 x 26ASC halyard on mast. Lewmar 16ST reefing on mast. 6 x alloy headsail sheet tracks, 4 x roller cars and X section mainsheet track with traveller and adjusting tackles. In saloon Yaesu FT840 SSB R/T with separate backstay aerial. Blue cockpit hood. Boathook. Mooring warps. Fenders. heavy duty galvanised chain and 60lb CQR bower anchor. Fortress aluminium Danforth pattern anchor. ?Scandar? has a well thought out layout both above and below decks with plenty of stowage, wide decks and a deep bilge. With her massive construction, wine glass sections, long fin and skeg hung rudder she is a sea kindly but speedy vessel that can handle anything demanded of her. This truly is a live aboard ocean cruiser and well worth viewing.
Magnifique bateau de propriétaire, 2 semaines de navigation, état général neuf, coque bleu marine, pont teck, changement pour plus grand. *** Splendid owner's boat, has sailed only 2 weeks, in as new condition, blue navy hull, teak deck, the owner wish to purchase a bigger boat.