Kahalani
Lyman 25 Sleeper
PRICE
$20,000 USD
LENGTH
25ft 6in
YEAR
1964
TYPE
Sail

Kahalani is a classic Lyman 25 Sleeper in excellent condition. She has been maintained by Jensen Motorboat Company in Seattle for the last six years and stored in a covered slip at Stimson Marina in Ballard. She was delivered new to Seattle. Her original owner of three decades was a professional marine finisher. Kahalani has been consistently well-maintained and mechanically upgraded.

Seller has upgraded to a larger boat and is looking for a new custodian for this classic cruiser.

Specifications
Name of vessel Kahalani
Model Lyman 25 Sleeper
Year 1964
Builder Lyman
Designer
Price $20,000 USD
Location Seattle, WA
Length (feet) 25
Beam (feet) 8' 11"
Draft (feet)
Displacement (pounds)
Ballast (pounds)
Engine model Chris Craft 350Q V-8
Engine horsepower 250
Engine hours 442
Fuel tank capacity (gallons) 50
Water tank capacity (gallons) 10
Holding tank capacity (gallons) 4
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Deck & Hull

Kahalani has a dark blue lapstrake hull with red boot stripe and black bottom paint. The bow and hulls sides are flared making this a very dry boat in waves. A stainless steel rub strip is fastened to the entire deck/hull edge to protect the hull sides from pilings and docks. The transom is varnished bright. The curved/engraved nameboard is fastened to the upper transom. Kahalani’s decks are painted off white. A low profile toe rail surrounds the foredeck. A round, hinged hatch in the foredeck ventilates the cabin.

Fold down stainless-steel swim ladder on transom – deployable from the water for safety
Outboard engine bracket on transom
(5) Mooring cleats with stainless-steel anti-chafe bars
(2) Open chocks at bow
Glass windshield with hinged forward windows
Heavy duty blue Sunbrella cover for forward cockpit
Rear and side curtain/windows to enclose forward cockpit
Heavy duty blue yacht acrylic tonneau cover for aft portion of cockpit
Heavy duty blue yacht acrylic cover for aft deck and transom
Blue yacht acrylic cover for flag staff
Telescoping boat hook
Telescoping boat cleaning brush
Varnished teak flagstaff with all round white light
Stainless-steel Vetus mushroom-shaped ventilator in foredeck
Red/green bow light with jackstaff holder
Varnished teak jackstaff with Lyman jack flag
(2) Fishing rod holders flush mounted in aft deck
(2) Windshield wipers
Fortress FX-7 anchor with chain and line rode in mesh storage bag

Mechanical & Electrical Systems
The Chris Craft Model 350Q – V8 250 hp engine was remanufactured in 2005 to current standards allowing it to use modern gasoline. The engine starts easily, runs smoothly, does not smoke, or vibrate. Fuel consumption is claimed to be 11gph at 33 knots/full speed, 6 gph at 18 knots, and 2.5 gph at 7 knots. The engine is fresh water cooled with a salt/freshwater heat exchanger. Sound down insulation lines the engine box minimizing engine noise.

Chris Craft Model 350Q – V8 250 hp gasoline engine 442 hours
Carter Carburetor
Velvet Drive Model AS1 – 71C 1:1 transmission
1 1/4″ Stainless steel prop shaft, bronze strut, and PSS dripless shaft seal
Three blade NiBrAl propeller
Bennett trim tabs
Racor 26T primary fuel filter
12V bilge blower
Rule 12V bilge pump
Red dot cabin heater
Raritan marine head with holding tank
50 gallon galvanized steel fuel tank under aft deck
10 gallon plastic water tank with hand pump at sink
4 gallon plastic holding tank with deck pump out fitting
12V engine alternator
(2) Model 15020191 batteries (80 amp hours each)
Blue Seas rotary isolation switch
Dual 12V horns
Running lights
Cockpit courtesy lights
Panel lights
Engine panel with tachometer, oil pressure, coolant temperature, vacuum, and voltage
12V outlet at helm
Windshield defogger blower
(2) 120V turbo dryers
Exide 12V 10/2/55 amp portable battery charger
Noco Genius Gen2 2 bank 8 amp battery charger (not installed)
Marinco 30 amp 120V/15 amp GFCI adapter

Electronics & Navigation
Compass
Standard Horizon Eclipse VHF radio
Kenwood KDCC GT852HD stereo (Sirius, Blue Tooth, USB, CD, AM/FM)
(2) 6″ Round polyplaner speakers under aft cockpit bench seat
Flares, first aid kit, manual horn
(6) Square Marlin Type IV PFD’s/cushions
(4) West Marine lifejacket in bag
Fire extinguishers

Construction
The Lyman 25 is Mahogany plywood lapstrake over oak frames and Douglas fir stringers. Laps are bonded with 3M 5200 for strength and sealing of leaks.

Accommodation
Kahalani was ordered new with custom storage cabinets aft of the forward seats; features on the Lyman 25 Cruisette. The cockpit is very large and easy to move about. The cockpit sole was just painted brown and the plywood sole panels are easily remove to access bilge areas. The engine is mounted in the center of the boat, nicely trimming this cruiser. The engine box is painted in brown with a hinged cover for quick fluid checks. The entire engine box lifts out of the way for maintenance. This box is lined with Sounddown foam/acoustical insulation. The engine box is another comfortable seat in the cockpit. A bench seat aft runs full beam. New white vinyl cockpit cushions with blue piping were just made by Mac’s Upholstery in Ballard.

The forward cockpit seats are well sheltered by the windshield and canvas top and zippered side panels. For cold weather, panel can be zipped on aft of the top to enclose the forward cockpit. A red dot engine heater warms this space on cold days.

A small cabin is forward. A hinged door and hinged top close this space. Battery-powered LED lights are fastened to the overhead. A Raritan marine head is below a hinged cover on centerline and discharges to a holding tank.

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