Joined: 26 May 2020 Posts: 6 City/Region: Keyport
State or Province: NJ
C-Dory Year: 2004
C-Dory Model: 25 Cruiser
Posted: Fri Oct 09, 2020 9:13 am Post subject: 2004 Cdory 25 Cruiser for sale, $58,000 New Jersey
2004 C-Dory 25 Cruiser, asking $58,000
2005 Honda BF135 outboard, 262 hours. Fuel efficient, 5gph at cruising speed, typically 15mph. Top speed weíve seen is 28mph.
12Ē draft with motor up
2 house batteries 1 starter (2016), with automatic charging relay (2020). New tinned marine-certified cabling
Marinco 30A shorepower cord 25í & 30amp to 110v pigtail
Lowrance HDS9plus (2016)
Wallas 2 burner stove/heater
Norcold refrigerator 12v and shore power
Wired 2x 12v fans in cabin, 1 solar exhaust fan in head (2019)
Sea star hydraulic steering
Full head with hot/cold shower
Vberth sleeps 2, dinette converts to bed
23gallon fresh water tank
6 gallon water heater
30 gallon holding tank
105 gallon fuel tank
Saltwater wash down in cockpit
Swim platform with 2 step ladder
Custom cockpit bench
Screens and curtains for all windows and door
New cockpit floor installed and hatches replaced (2015)
macerator pump (2020)
new propeller (2016)
fuel lines replaced (2020)
Trailer- magic tilt Model TCA2673, dual axle, hydraulic brakes. New brakes in 2015. Right tail light appears broken, not tested.
The first owner had it 10 years on a covered lift in MD. Current owner bottom-painted, did 4 seasons at a slip, 1 season rack. Winters kept covered on the trailer. All winterizations and maintenance performed by marina.
Issues- Aft port stanchion is bent (see pics). Salt water pump going to air conditioner doesnít turn on. Either itís the pump itself or the control box not turning it on. Havenít evaluated that. If you connect a hose to the ac, it does function normally. Some spots of gelcoat crazing as expected for this age.
This has been a fantastic boat for our young family. Well-cared for and very sea-worthy. It was in almost new condition when we bought it in 2015, kept on a covered lift for itís first 10 years. Weíve gone fishing, tubing, saw the Statue of Liberty, and itís shallow draft will bring you right up to the edge of the sandbar. We really appreciate the enclosed cabin space for providing shade and bug protection on hot days, keeping the kids busy without having to wear life vests, and extending the boating season. The addition of the bench seating in the cockpit has kept the kids safer, reduces engine noise while underway, and provides plenty of seating for friends.
See album for pics
Currently on its trailer at boatyard in Sayreville NJ. Not yet winterized.
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