This Jeanneau Sun 2500 makes a great package and is a boat that has only been lightly used and well maintained with plenty of recent upgrades. And yes - an Inboard engine; a surprising amount of space below. A great pocket cruiser - ready for some new adventures.
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The Jeanneau Sun 2500 a fast small coastal cruiser with a lift keel that does not intrude with the saloon and can be easily operated from the cockpit. The twin rudders and lifting keel give great control especially when heeled, and the stubs on the rudders serve for occasional drying out. The wide stern makes for a very comfortable and spacious cockpit for a twenty-five foot pocket cruiser.
This fine example has the navy blue hull which make her attractively distinctive.
Length Overall: 7.5m / 24'7"
Length at Waterline: 7.15m / 23'5"
Beam: 2.9m / 9'6"
Max Draft: 1.75m / 5'8"
Min Draft: 0.69m / 2'3"
Displacement: 2240 kg / 4938 lbs
Ballast: 670 kg / 1477 lbs
Conforms to EC RCD - Cat. B 6
Displacement/length ratio: 179.5
Sail area/displacement ratio: 18.75
Yanmar 1GM10 9hp single cylinder water cooled with shaft drive to a Brunton 2-bladed Autoprop (variable pitch and feathering) propeller.
Engine hours: not known; but low - approx. 20 hours in the last 4 years. Engine serviced 06/2019
Hinged lid on engine provides great access to engine and seacock.
Fuel: 25L / 5.5 imp gal in plastic tank
Water: 55L / 12 imp gal in flexible water tanks
Saloon: Removable saloon table with plenty of storage under the seating. 2 berths forward. Large double aft berth.
Aft head to starboard with integrated cabinet with basin, and faucet with hand pump, marine toilet and ceiling light. Good access to seacocks.
Navigation station with small desk with storage under. Cool box beneath. Electrics panel and instruments above.
Galley to port: cabinet with laminated counter top with stainless steel sink, and water faucet with foot pump. Ethanol 1 burner stove. Cabinets for plenty of galley stowage.
Navigation Kit & Electrical
Battery 70Ah (new 06/2019) charged by 25A engine alternator. Switching for additional battery if required.
GPS Plotter - Lowrance 5"; new 2017
Raymarine Tridata - log/speed/depth; 2005
VHF radio with DSC - Icom; new 2014
Raymarine tiller autopilot; new 2015
Navigation lights - LED Masthead Tri and all-round white
Sails and Rig
Fractional 7/8 rig with deck-stepped mast with compression post under, stainless steel shrouds with single set of spreaders, aluminum boom with 2 reefing points and outhaul.
Adjustable split backstay. Running Rigging: 1 genoa halyard at mast, 1 mainsail topping lift, 1 mainsail halyard led aft to cockpit, 1 mainsail sheet attached in cockpit sole,
2 reef lines led aft to cockpit, 1 boom vang line, 1 genoa furling line led aft to cockpit
Classic mainsail with 3 slab reefs and stackpack with lazy guys. 1 genoa on Facnor SD80 furler.
Asymmetric spinnaker with bow sprit
I : 29.75 ft
J : 9.58 ft
P : 30.17 ft
E : 9.33 ft
Anchor (Bruce type by Lewmar) with chain and warp
Fenders and warps
Spare diesel can
Bruce type anchor, chain and warp.
Sprayhood - new 2017
Swim ladder on transom
Horseshoe life ring