History of the Tomahawk 25
The Marcon Tomahawk started production in 1970 and was first shown at the 1971 London Boat Show in 1970. There were around 290 boats built in the following 10 years.
(LOA - 7.7m 25ft 4in) - (LWL - 6.1m 20ft 0in) - (Beam - 2.6m 8ft 6in) - (Draught (twin keel) 0.9m 3ft 0in) - (Berths - 5)
Enough room to just swing a bat
The forecabin offers two vee berths of just under 6ft, which can be converted to a double with an infill board between the berths, Jander has a folding chart table at the head of the port quarter berth, VHF situated above , In the saloon, the galley runs along the port side opposite a U-shaped dinette, which can be converted to a double berth.
All mod cons here
The engine instruments and the electrical switch panel are mounted on a board beneath the bridgedeck, A 7hp Yanmar giving jander ample power for a small 25ft yacht, Sink and a two-burner cooker, though some other Tomahawks also have an oven, The roomy cockpit offers good locker space,
Just like the USS Enterprise
A steering compass is mounted alongside a garmin plotter, depth sounder, speed indicator and wind direction instruments are mounted outboard for easy use, Engine controls and bilge pump are to hand by the tiller with a Autohelm to take on most of the steering.