Beneteau First 25

If it has not yet had the honour of celebrating its twentieth anniversary, the First 25.7 still benefits from the changes to the Twenty with fresh rigging! Renamed the First 25 S, it is now equipped with a square-top mainsail, a traveller track on the rear beam, and on option, a North sails kit. As of now, low-shrouds and stays are a thing of the past.


  • Design :Finot Conq et Associates
  • Length Over All :7,90 m – 25’11’’
  • Hull Length :7,50 m – 24’7’’
  • Hull Beam :2,75 m – 9’
  • Light displacement :2 150 kg (CE) – 4,739 lbs
  • Fuel tank capacity :30 L – 8 US Gal
  • Fresh water capacity :40 L – 11 US Gal
  • Max Engine Power (Hp) :14 CV
Contact Us about the First 25s

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  • 9/10 Fractional Race Rig
  • FinotDesign
  • Tiller with Dual Rudders
  • Boom vang w/ cascade tackle
  • Performance Halyards
  • Open Transom w/ Rear Beam
  • Teak Cockpit Seats
  • Stainless Rigging
  • Alpiwood Interior
  • Ice Box
  • Harken Winches
  • LED Lighting
  • Teak Toerail
  • 2 Bilge Pumps
  • Lifelines and pulpits
  • Deep Swing Race Keel
  • Stainless grab rails
  • Aft Double bunks
  • Sleeps 4-5
  • Self tailing winches
  •   Stove Top
  • Yanmar 14hp diesel
  • 70 Amp Battery
  • Salon Table for 4
  • Large opening ports
  • Racing Adjustable Jib Cars
  • End boom Mainsail sheeting
  • Dacron Performance Main
  • Dacron Perf. 100% Jib w/ Jib Furler
  • • Harken Winches
  • *Asym Spinnaker gear.
  • Stereo/ CD
  • Tactic D/S/ Wind instr.
  • Commissioning & Freight
  • Safety & Anchor Packages
  • Covers for Sail, Winches
  • 2-blade folding prop
  • Bottom Paint

Our South Coast Yachts Service Department will provide you with initial yacht commissioning, warranty support, optional equipment additions, repairs, and routine preventative maintenance packages to ensure you enjoy the best possible ownership experience.

The 25 S, designed by Finot-Conq et Associes, has a really broad transom. I suspect that Finot-Conq has put to use some of its experience in the Mini Transat class in developing this hull. The twin rudders can be much shorter in span than a single rudder and this avoids the need for a retractable rudder. There is the option of a fixed keel drawing 4 feet 9 inches.

– SAIL Magazine Website “Beneteau 25s Review”

Read the whole article on the SAIL website