Available in several models.




Solid fiberglass hull built with vacuum infused technology. Constructed with hybrid fiberglass material with 100% vinyl ester resin. Composite stringer/floor assembly bonded and sealed to provide structural reinforcement and positive flotation. Marine diesel engine, 120 HP with a stern drive, 100-gallon fuel tank and dedicated engine start battery. Wired to ABYC standards. Electrical system includes a 12-volt DC breaker panel, cabin and navigation lights, isolated bilge pump circuit, dual battery switch for house and engine start batteries plus extra circuits for electronics. Galley has double burner drop-in propane stove with safety vapor detector and control, 12-volt refrigerator with an ice cube tray, water tap, stainless steel sink and 40-gallon fresh water tank. On starboard is a dinette arrangement with a solid table, two bench seats, cushions and storage under the seats. The backrest of the front bench flips aft to convert into a dual helm seat. The helm has a compass, engine controls, instruments, hydraulic helm, wheel and a footrest. The forward cabin has a Vee berth sleeping arrangement with bunk rails, cushions and storage under the berth. Natural light and ventilation is provided with an overhead deck hatch and two side windows. On the port side is the storage closet with a louver door. On the starboard side is the head with an electric toilet complete with an odor impermeable 20-gallon holding tank. The interior is smartly painted and finished with solid teak drawer fronts, frames, rails, louver doors and trim. Windows are marine grade aluminum framed with tempered and tinted glass. There are three deck vents and a forward centerline window hatch. The side and aft windows open and have screens. The back door is Dutch style with a lock set and fixed window. The exterior is maintenance free with a heavy PVC gunwale molding and all deck hardware is stainless steel, includes the bow rail, cabin top rails, anchor bow roller, bollard and stern cleats. The self-draining cockpit is spacious, partially covered and the high side and stern decks provide a secure feeling when under way.


Here are some examples of the line of boats available.

This style, charasteristic of the Down East style lobster boat, is a favourite picnic boat. Great for a family outing, a fishing trip, or just plain tripping around the coast.

Straight forward installation, outboard mounted on an engine well, open deck, lots of room for the family or a group out for some fish. Notice the rod holders on the wheelhouse deck. Also notice on the transon, the self bailers. With positive flotation, water on the deck drains out automatically.

The outdoor bench seating and helm chair are selected catalogue accessories. You can pick what you want and have it configured the way you need it.

The trawler version for overnight sleeping and dining. A pocket trawler you can move around on a trailer. Offering the basic live aboard accommodations, this trawler is a solid riding boat that can take a good chop with a very comfortable ride. With a small inboard diesel (or diesel stern drive) you can cruise anywhere on an economical budget.

The conventional inboard drive is the safest configuration for a serious cruiser. The full keel offers protection to the propeller and rudder if case you every run aground. Plan a slower cruising speed, save fuel and explore unchartered waters with a sense of security.

Cruising in a small boat is an adjustment in lifestyle. The advantages are operating cost and capital expenditure. A trailerable can be stored at home on your own trailer and offers you the flexibility of cruising, where you want to and when you want to, without paying expensive marina cost.

The interior can be dressed up with attractive wood trim and finish. The inclined dash provides a place to install the engine controls and the flat dash a place for electronics. The spoke steering wheel adds a nautical quality to this boat.

Forward cabin access is through two teak doors and flip up lid. When closed up, the louvres provide privacy with proper ventilation.

Down below, the large vee berths can sleep tall and heavy set boaters. Under the bunks is storage that is accessed by the locker doors.

This helm chair is an upgrade from the standard, with finer upholstery, additional support and padding, with arm and foot rest. A more comfortable passages translate into a more pleasent memory.

The galley is a nice fit, simple and functional, with stove and sink. We offer a small bar fridge that can be built into the bench seat. Just to the left of the counter, through the louvre doors, is the head.

In a small trawler, space is a premimum. However fitting in the necessary amenity, completes the live aboard quality of this trawler. A simple toilet offers the convenience of necessity.

This bass boat style is a fine example in the flexibility of the design in the 25 Aylward. Using a common top deck mold and partitioning the part, you can accomdate a wide variety of configurations.

Large open deck, small windscreen, dash and overnight cuddy with vee berth. Completing this picture is the three seater bench seat, a couple of lockers and a detailled wood trim. The owner got exactly what he wanted and needed in a boat.

Another example of the 25 Aylward is this cabin cruiser, a shorter cabin than the trawler model with an outboard motor bracket.

The shorter cabin offers weather protection, and the larger open deck offers more space when outside. A good arrangement for a day or overnight cruise. Just inside and on the left is the head. The advantage when using a motor bracket, by placing the outboard outside the transom, you get the additional deck space. The swim platform is a bonus feature. Notice the storable ladder on the transom, it fits into the bracket on the swim platform.

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