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2016 Ocqueteau 625 Timonier

Burnham-on-Crouch, United Kingdom


The Ocqueteau 625 Timonier is the first in the range to feature an inboard diesel with shaft drive, offering great sea keeping, economy and simple maintenance. Although designed for coastal fishing they also make excellent compact cruisers, available either with a larger berth forward or a separate heads compartment (as fitted).


For more information on this or any other new Ocqueteau please contact our Essex office on (01621) 785600

Basic Boat Info

Price: £39,604
Boat Name: New Ocqueteau 625
Make: Ocqueteau
Model: 625 Timonier
Year: 2016
Condition: New
Category: Power
Builder: Ocqueteau SA
Designer: Ocqueteau
Construction: Fiberglass


Length: 21 ft
Length Overall: 20'8 ft
Waterline Length: 19'7 ft
Beam: 8'2 ft
Max Draft: 2'4 ft
Displacement: 1,500 kg

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Make: Nanni
  • Model: N4.100
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 100hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Propeller Type: 4 Blade, Bronze
Cruising Speed: 14 kn
Maximum Speed: 21 kn


Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 135 L
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 10 L

The Ocqueteau 625 has an open plan wheelhouse and cabin with a seating area forward, helm with twin seats to starboard and compact galley area to port fitted with a sink and hand pumped cold water supply. Options include a separate heads compartment suitable for either a marine or chemical toilet as fitted to this boat. Good stowage provided beneath berths and in various lockers. Two large cockpit lockers provide ample storage for fenders, warps and other deck gear. Engine access via a lifting cockpit cover and removable internal cover. Excellent all-round visibility with glass windscreens for improved durability and performance. Sliding wheelhouse door to large aft cockpit, offering plenty of space for fishing or pleasant day cruising. 

Mechanical Systems

A range of inboard diesel engines are available to suit individual use between 100-125hp, this boat is fitted with the most popular Nanni N4.100 4-cylinder 100hp marine diesel engine. Freshwater cooled via heat exchanger. Single lever controls with electric start. Wheel steering. Shaft drive via gearbox to a bronze 4-bladed propeller (with Nanni 100). Skeg protection. Fixed trim tabs (adjustable optional). Bowthruster option. 

  • Nanni 100 - Max. speed 21kts at apx. 19 l/ph, cruising 17kts at apx. 14 l/ph or apx. 5 l/ph at slower displacement speeds
  • Yanmar 110 -  Max. speed 22kts at apx. 23 l/ph, cruising 17kts at apx. 15 l/ph or apx. 5 l/ph at slower displacement speeds
Electrical Systems

12v Battery (an additional battery with split charging diode is optional) charged via engine alternator. Electrical distribution system with battery isolator.

Shorepower systems, battery chargers, inverters and solar panel charging can be specified by special request for extended periods offshore or special usage.

Deck Equipment

Deck equipment can be chosen to suit but below is a list of standard items included with this boat:

  • Bowsprit and bow roller
  • 4 x Mooring cleats
  • Stainless steel pulpit and side rails
  • 2 x Stainless steel wheelhouse mounted grab rails 
  • Stainless steel bathing ladder
  • Auxiliary tiller steering position
  • Windscreen wiper
  • Teak side deck step


Other optional equipment can be specified including:

  • Electric anchor windlass
  • Additional built-in cockpit seating
  • Moulded GRP bathing platform
  • Mooring package including anchor, fenders and warps
Navigation Equipment

Due to many of our customers having their own personal preferences we do not specify navigation equipment as standard. This allows you to choose exactly what you want and then either install yourself, with your chosen engineer after delivery or we are happy to quote for this to be installed by our chosen engineers, please enquire for further details. 

Safety Equipment

A wide variety of equipment can be provided and help with all aspects of coding is available if required, please see below for standard equipment on the display boat:

  • Electric bilge pump with manual and automatic switching
  • Emergency tiller steering

Ocqueteau 625 Timonier built by Ocqueteau SA in 2016. White GRP vacuum infusion moulded hull with grey styling stripe, superstructure and decks with non-slip surfaces. Keel profile with protective skeg. Wheel steering to stainless steel rudder. Self draining aft cockpit with good stowage. Steps up to side decks and walk-thru transom (optional bathing platform). 

The clever usage of vacuum infusion allows a superior strength to weight ratio over more traditional construction techniques, resulting in improved efficiency, performance and economy. As a direct result Ocqueteau are able to use smaller engines to achieve the same speeds as many competitors and get surprising performance from their shaft driven range, avoiding the need for more complicated sterndrive options.

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