An innovative new way of boating
The ultra-cool looking Axopar 25 Cross Top has a raised 'cuddy cabin' sleeping accommodation, where the cabin defines the character of this remarkable new boat. A full width cushioned sundeck is positioned atop the cabin roof, with a sloping backrest that follows the rake of the front screen.
The wide helm console and front screen offer a helm seating area with more space and room for a step-through entrance to the front cabin, in a style used by other larger Axopar models.
For Australia and New Zealand, one of the best-selling variants is likely to be the ever-popular, all-weather optional T-Top version. The T-Top roof is fixed securely in place by way of discreet, black-painted supports attached to bulwarks on either side. The roof consists of a fixed canvas top within a GRP surround and is also available with an optional folding canvas top that will open up the cockpit to the sun when wanted or stay closed for maximum shade.
A good spread of deck seating modules and storage options will enable customers to configure the boat precisely to their every need. Three different aft deck layouts will be available at launch, including a large U-shaped sofa for six people, a multi-storage compartment with seating, or the forward-facing rear bench seat for two-people as standard.
OVERALL LENGTH 8 m
BEAM 2.23 m
MAX SPEED RANGE 40+kts
FUEL CAPACITY 230 L
Draft to props 0.85 m
Weight (excl. Engine) 1750 kg
Berths 2 persons
Classifications C - Coastal
Outboard engines 200 - 250 hp
Fuel consumption, cruise 1,2 l / nm (250 hp Mercury, 25 kn)
Hull design Twin stepped 20 degree V "Sharp entry hull"