2006 Holby Pilot

$88,000
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Class Power
Category Downeast
Year 2006
Make Holby
Length 25'
Propulsion Type Other
Hull Material Fiberglass
Fuel Type Diesel
Location Osterville, MA
Speed and Distance
Cruising Speed
28
Max Speed
35
Dimensions
Nominal Length
25
Length Overall
24.5
Max Bridge Clearance
9
Max Draft
2.7
Beam
9.17
Cabin Headroom
5.33
Weights
Dry Weight
4800
Miscellaneous
Seating Capacity
7
Windlass
Electric
Deadrise At Transom
18
Electrical Circuit
12
Accommodations
Double Berths
1
Cabins
1
Heads
1
Engine Make Volvo
Engine Model D-4
Engine Year 2006
Total Power 225hp
Engine Hours 385
Engine Type Other
Fuel Type Diesel
Electrical Equipment
Shore Power Inlet
Electronics
GPS
GARMIN 3210 C
Depthsounder
garmin
VHF
ICOM M 402
Radio
CD Player
Cockpit Speakers
Compass
Covers
Bimini Top
Outside Equipment/Extras
Cockpit Cushions
Cockpit Shower
Swimming Ladder
Inside Equipment
Marine Head
Battery Charger
Sea Water Pump
Electric Bilge Pump
HIN HXY241240607
Hull Shape Deep Vee
2006 Holby Pilot

Broker Dave Pulsifer sold and delivered this boat when it was new. Now back on the market for the first time by its original Owner. Low hour Volvo diesel Duo Prop makes this a very nice and economical running boat. 

The Pilot 24 is pretty from every angle. It's even better when you're on board.

Holby Marine built boats for more than two decades in Bristol, R.I., a town synonymous with classic yacht construction, so it's not a surprise that the Holby continued that Bristol tradition. 

Mark Ellis, who has a good eye for a pretty boat, designed the Pilot 24 and he clearly used the classic lobsterboat as a starting point. What the crisp lines and gentle tumblehome conceal is the modified-V-bottom with wide chines that make the Pilot 24 stable and quick to plane (as low as 15 knots!). The wide hard chine that starts forward at the bow serves not only to steady the boat in a seaway, but also acts like a spray knocker to keep the deck dry.

Construction is equally modern, using the SCRIMP resin-infusion process for a perfectly blended composite that is both strong and light. A quick look around the Pilot 24 shows that Holby invested plenty of time (and elbow grease) in quality molds, because all the parts fit nicely together. 

At our yard for convenient viewing. Call Dave today for more details.5082807703 

 

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