Outboard practicality meets traditional design
Following the success of our stern drive models, The Pilot House 25 outboard adopts the same long standing principles that Orkney Boats have been so well renowned for over the years, including a robust seaworthy design with uncompromised sea keeping skills. The outboard cockpit design facilitates the more modern and ever growing popularity of outboard power whilst capitalising on the cut down transom space. This model as a result is a truly versatile craft, providing even more comfort and space than it's predecessor.
LOA 24'8" / 7.6m
Beam 9'2" / 2.8m
Hull weight 6834 lbs / 3100 kg
Price starting from £106,131
Oli has been around boats his whole life recently spent several years working in the Mediterranean for a marine engineering business, he is a qualified water sports and powerboat instructor and with an extensive technical knowledge welcomes the opportunity to discuss your own specific plans and requirements for a new boat.
- Sleek lines and elegant interior
- Modified V hull for dry comfortable ride
- Lockable wheelhouse with excellent all-round visibility
- Big self draining cockpit with safe high coamings
- Wide safe side decks
- Spacious sea going cabin with galley and separate toilet compartment
- Ample stowage space on deck & below for tender or SUP storage
- Petrol Outboard for quiet cruising & low cost maintenance
- RCD category B
- Up to 27 Knots performance & 250 nm+ range
- Day Angler & Valiant cruising packages available
Sleek lines and elegant interior
The Pilot House 25 model adopts the same long standing principles that Orkney Boats have been so well renowned for over the years, including a robust seaworthy design with uncompromised sea keeping skills. Whether the boat is to be used for serious passage making with twin engines or simply for coastal cruising with a single engine, the Orkney Pilot House 25 has this versatility.
Like her sister ship the Orkney Nelson 27, the new 25 has been developed to comply with RCD category B and to be capable of meeting MCA commercial craft requirements with little modification.
The wide beamed hull features convex panels with fine sections forward developing into a moderate dead rise V aft: This results in a boat that is easy to drive & stable in following seas. Even in more difficult conditions the Orkney 25 will remain comfortable and safely get you home. With a range of different engine options up to 250hp the emphasis has, much like with previous models, been on ensuring good all round performance whilst keeping the boat economical to run.
The elegantly styled wheelhouse combines the traditional Orkney ‘work boat’ image with a sleeker, more modern profile on the water.