- Tax Status
- Tax Paid
- 16 m
- 4.8 m
- Engine Count
- Draft Max
- 1.2 m
- Hull Material
- United Kingdom
- Boat Type
- RB Ref
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About this Neptune 525
A great opportunity to purchase a large versatile cruiser that is ready to take you and your family anywhere.
Benefiting from a large overhaul she is an impressive vessel and a true credit to her owner.
Contact Derek to arrange a viewing today.
2 x 3208 Caterpillar 375 hp (Over 1,000miles @ 8 knots) - 800hrs approx.
Onan 12 Kva generator
Racor fuel filters
Auto fire extinguishers (2006)
2 auto electric bilge pumps plus one manual
12 HP Sleipner bow thruster (2000)
7 HP Sleipner stern thruster (2000)
2 x thruster batteries (2009)
2 banks batteries 320 Ah each (2009)
80 amp charger (2009)
Fuel flow meters
Fuel transfer and polishing system incorporating addition Racor filter to clean bottom of tanks
Full reverse cycle air-conditioning to all cabins
Water s/s tank approx 200 gall
2nd water tank approx 40 gall
New curtains throughout (2009)
Carpet throughout (2006)
TV point in saloon and owners cabin
240 volt points throughout
Radio/cassette player with speakers in saloon, aft deck and flybridge. Optional feed from CD storage system
Cushions for flybridge seating
Electric 4 ring hob, grill and double oven (2006)
Large fridge/freezer (2006)
2 deck fridges
Fitted gas BBQ
VHF radio (2006)
Raymarine combined radar and chartplotter with repeater on flybridge (2006)
Cetrek 737 autopilot
Forward looking echo pilot sounder
2nd echo sounder
Wind speed and direction
Full safety equipment for 10 passengers including 10 lifejackets, 1 liferaft, 2 horseshoe buoys, flares, signalling lights and 4 fire extinguishers
2 single tiered berths with wardrobe, open lockers and lockers below lower berth
Double berth (easily converted to 2 singles) with side dresser unit and large wardrobe. En-suite heads with vacu-flush WC, shower and basin.
Forward day heads:
Located immediately aft of forward cabin and ahead of galley; offers heads, shower and basin with stowage in fitted lockers.
Located four steps down from main saloon on the port side with double S/S sink, 4 ring electric cooker with double oven, large fridge, microwave, dishwasher, and general stowage and lockers. Corian style worktop (2006)
Large (12x10ft) saloon offering lower helm position and double helm seat to starboard with similar double seat looking forward to port. Oval shaped dining area for 6-8. Hatches to engine room below. Navigation table behind helm with stowage below. Extensive stowage below all seating. Access to deck saloon from outside is via sliding door from aft deck and from sliding door on starboard side adjacent to helm position. Stairs (with access to engine room under) leading aft to:-
Aft guest cabin:
Twin berths separated by bedside unit. Additional stowage in wardrobe.
Full-width cabin with centrally located double berth. Dressing table, drawers and wardrobe on each side of the cabin with large hatch in transom.
En-suite owners' heads:
Large heads offering vacu-flush WC, hipbath, shower and basin located in large vanity unit with double glass cabinet above. Access to heads via door from aft cabin and also from aft companionway.
Large covered aft deck affording access to side decks, flybridge and main saloon. Teak table and chairs for 8, icemaker (2000), deck fridge (2002) and deck sink with lockers over. Fitted gas BBQ. Two gates in rear bulwark giving access to bathing platform and passerelle. Full 'tent enclosure' (2006, as new, only rigged when cruising) Steps up to:
Helm position and flybridge seating, all instrumentation repeated, bimini awing, lockers under all seats and helm position. Second deck fridge. Plumbing for washing machine. Step up to:
Aft sun/boat deck:
Located above aft deck and surrounded by low level railing offers additional sunbathing area and stowage for dinghies. Electric launching crane, 12â RIB with 15hp outboard.
Polonia offers a high level of comfort and accommodation with 4 cabins for a vessel of this size. She has undergone an ongoing and extensive refit and maintenance programme over the past 10 years with many items being replaced. The twin thrusters afford exceptional ease of handling and the high level of domestic equipment and large fuel tanks allow for extended self-sufficient cruising.
The current knowledgeable and experienced owner has, for the last 10 years, had trouble free, safe and enjoyable cruising in Holland, Channel Islands, NW Spain, Brittany, Scilly Isles and the West Country.
For the past 9 years she has been cared for by a full-time skipper/engineer, with no expense spared for the maintenance.
Full general (2009) and osmosis survey reports (2009) available.