|Modèle||2565 Window Express|
|Classe||Bateaux de plaisance|
|Matériau de la coque||Fibre de verre|
|Location||Poole, Dorset, Royaume-Uni|
|Longueur Hors Tout||8.23 m|
|Tirant d'eau max.||0.86 m|
|Relevé de varangues||18°|
|Poids à sec||5960 livres|
|Hauteur libre max. sous ponts||2.82 m|
|Marque du moteur||MerCruiser|
|Modèle de moteur||5.0L MPI B3|
|Type d'entraînement||Transmission en Z|
|Nombre de places assises||8|
|Réservoirs de carburant||59.95 gal (UK)|
|Forme de la coque||Coque en V modifiée|
|Garantie de la coque||ŕ vie|
2011 Regal 2565 powered by a Mercruiser 350 MAG 300Hp inboard petrol engine. She is finished with a black hull with a red boot-stripe, matching black covers and white cockpit upholstery. This is a 25 foot trailer-able cruiser. She has large, generously windowed forward cabin, roomy, bright aft cabin, a real galley, spacious cockpit with refreshment centre and a level of performance and handling that puts the 2565 at the very top of the class. Everything you desire most in a cruiser, including great value. 4 berths in one cabin. The stand up heads compartment contains a sink, hot and cold pressurized water, shower and generous storage. The mid cabin is comfortable and accessible for a boat of this size. Twin port holes with screens create a natural and comfortable cross ventilation. The main saloon is light and bright, lit by oversized windows that maximize every inch of space. The forward berth has built in storage, plus converts to a comfortable dinette.
Single Mercruiser 350 Magnum MPI (300hp) Bravo 3 leg
About 200 hours
Regularly serviced by Mercruiser main agent, last service 2021
Hull "Black with red bootstripe"
Cabin upholstery "Peruvian Latte
Cockpit upholstery "Coast White"
Corian worktops "Chamois"
Camper canvas - Black
Cockpit cover - Black
CE Certification for Petrol engine
ICOM M23 Buoyant VHF Radio
20m of 8mm calibrated chain
Lewmar V700 Anchor Windlass
Fusion Audio system and speakers
Full camper canvas kit
220V Shorepower package
There’s no shortage of pocket cruisers on the market today, but Regal still leads the way in cabin innovation. Right at the 2565’s cabin entrance, for instance, is a sliding door—a feature you don’t expect on a 25 footer, because the track blocks the mid-cabin entrance. Regal solves this problem by positioning the track above and aft of the step well. Such tricks are easy if you’ve been performing them for over three decades. And, of course, there are windows. Like Regal’s 3360, the 3060 and the new 2860, the 2565 has forward windows with an “eyebrow” overhang plus “cat’s eye” side windows. The result is a lighter, brighter cabin area with an enhanced feeling of spaciousness. You can look out the window while working at the galley; and the forward windows over the convertible, LeatherCrest “V” berth/dinette function as large skylights.
The helm seat is high enough for good driving visibility without resorting to the flip-up bolster seat. The OceanTrac hull is fairly straight-sided, and, like any boat with an 8'6" beam, the 2565 rolls at idle in a trough, but it goes smoothly through a two-foot chop up-sea at 30 mph and down-sea at 40 mph. And it’s extremely dry—even back at the fold down transom bench.
The bolt-on platform steals no cockpit space. Both the ladder and rope lockers have fibreglass hatches, and one of the transom grab rails neatly doubles as a fender holder. The acrylic transom door lifts and locks open or closed when lowered. The handsomely soundproofed engine hatch, which provides table storage, hinges to port, so you can still walk from the cabin to the platform with it open. In the engine compartment, strainers and seacocks are on the starboard side and the water heater and waste tank are to port of the engine. The fuel tank is centred under the mid-cabin. The water tank is beneath the galley sole, but every plumbing fitting is accessible. Battery switches are right in the cockpit for quick start-up.
The cockpit area can house fishing rods, water skis or even a wakeboard. The cockpit table converts to a six-foot-long sunlounge and the helm seat swivels to face the social scene. State-of-the-art modular construction techniques not only assure a strong, tight, consistent boat, but also maximize the 2565’s living space. A one-piece liner extends from the mirrored anchor locker bulkhead to the cabin threshold; even the galley is moulded in. The table leg is offset so that four people can sit upright at the table aft of the low section beneath the foredeck. The queen mid-cabin has a cedar-lined locker, reading lights and a port light.
- CD Player
- Electric Bilge Pump
- Manual Bilge Pump
- Microwave Oven
- Marine Head
- Battery Charger
- Cockpit Shower
- Outboard Engine Brackets
- Cockpit Table
- Swimming Ladder
- Bimini Top
- Cockpit Cover
- Shore Power Inlet
Part exchange offered. Many more boats now in stock. Contact us to arrange your private viewing and sea trial. We are also actively seeking used boats for waiting buyers on an immediate purchase basis or sale or return. any make, model, condition, price and age considered.
Manufacturer Provided Description
There are more cubic feet of livable interior space in this 25 Express than in Express Cruisers two feet longer. It's lighter, brighter and airier than any conventional trailerable cruiser. The large, windowed main cabin offers a comfortable dining area that converts to an oversized berth. There's a full standup head compartment, and the galley is complete with stove, sink with pressurized water, refrigerator, microwave and Corian countertop. The mid-cabin comfortably accommodates children or adults in the large berth. All this in a 25-foot trailerable cruiser that offers the highest level of standard equipment, equipment you would pay for as options on similar cruisers. The stand-up head compartment contains an integrated sink with hot and cold pressurized water, generous storage and a standard VacuFlush head.
MerCruiser and Volvo engines available. Diesel engine also available.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.