Ericson 25, Standard Equipment (Original Document)

DESIGNER: Bruce King, Newport Beach, California
BUILDER:  Ericson Yachts, Inc., Santa Ana, California
  Reinforced, hand-layup fiberglass hull. Internal lead ballast.
  Gel-coat hull colors, boot top, and optional sheer stripe
      integral with hull, molded of finest gel-coat available,
      applied under strict quality controls.
  Rudder, made of fiberglass covered foam, reinforced with steel,
      is transom mounted, is removable and has depth adjustment
  Tiller is laminated mahogany and ash with custom tiller head.
  Flush thru-hull fittings with gate valves.


  Deck, house and cockpit are hand-layup, reinforced fiberglass,
      with sandwich construction for additional strength and
  Non-skid is integral with deck.
  Exterior trim is oiled teak.
  Interior light through four large, fixed, aluminum-framed
      windows in main cabin.
  Extra-long winch bases of reinforced fiberglass with marine
      plywood sandwich.
  Extra-large, fully scuppered cockpit.
  Port and starboard seat hatches of fiberglass with molded-in
      non-skid pattern.
  Seat lockers have bonded-in fiberglass floors for engine and
      gas tank storage.
  Extra-large Lucite-covered forward hatch framed in oiled teak.
  Main companionway hatch oiled teak.
  Removable teak seat board over motor well when outboard engine
      is stowed in cockpit seat locker.


  Two #16 Barlow genoa winches, or equal, with handle and cleats.
  Two aluminum alloy mooring cleats forward.
  Mainsheet leads to nyIon-covered aluminum mainsheet bridge over
      main companionway hatch, with 1-inch stainless steel track
      and sliding car with two adjustable stops and six part
      purchase on three boom blocks with bales.
  Genoa blocks included, positioned in machined holes of custom
      toe-rail made of hard-anodized aluminum alloy.


  Large galley with deep sink; deluxe pump and drain to thru-hull
      with gate valve.
  Large insulated ice box.
  Galley storage of three drawers and port and starboard cabinets
      with mahogany doors.
  Water tank 13 gallons.
  Cutting board to fit over sink.
  Water tank filled through fitting on aft galley bulkhead 
      adjacent to companionway hatch.


  Two 6' 3" settee seats, usable as berths without lowering
      optional table.
  Settee backs upholstered in Naugahyde.
  Hull above settee backs paneled with mahogany, finished with
      semi-gloss varnish.
  All bulkheads and trim are mahogany finished with semi-gloss
  Sole hatches are teak.
  Interior cushions of 3-inch foam, covered with Naugahyde.
  Sculptured mahogany trim above settee backs.
  Storage cabinet with mahogany door, and shelf above opposite
      from head area.
  (Head is optional.)


  Finished similarly to main cabin, with two 6' 5" berths.
  Cushions of 3-inch foam, covered with Naugahyde.
  Top-loading storage under berths.
  Forepeak bulkhead furnished.
  Two storage compartments with mahogany facings over berths with
      tour trimmed openings lined with foam-backed Naugahyde.


  Stainless steel with swaged terminals and stainless steel
      turnbuckles with bronze screws and cotter pin locks.
  Stainless toggles for all shrouds and stays.
  Main and jib halyards of stainless steel with braided Dacron
  Barlow #16 winch, or equivalent, for jib halyard. 
  Stainless tack pin, 3/8 inch.
  Braided Dacron running rigging, consisting of mainsheet, jib
     sheets, clew outhaul.
  Mast and boom extruded aluminum with rope tunnel and stainless


  1) Teak cribboards.
  2) Chainplates are polished stainless steel with covers.
  3) Exterior teak is oiled, two coats. 
  4) Stainless steel boom topping lift w/bronze boat snap.
  5) All interior hardware is chrome.
  6) All areas of the overhead are covered with molded fiberglass
  7) Cabin sole is integral with interior liner, bonded to hull.
  8) Split backstay to accommodate outboard motor.
  9) Removable section for mounting outboard motor on transom.
 10) Centerboard model includes: centerboard hoist equipment with
         a line with 2:1 purchase running through a sheave in the
         mast step, leading to a Barlow #16 winch (or equivalent)
         with cleat on cabin top. The internal ballast is lead
         cast in two pieces which reinforce the centerboard

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