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Top Hat 25 is a 25 ′ 0 ″ / 7.6 m monohull sailboat designed by John Illingworth and Angus Primrose and built by Rob Legg Yachts Ltd. between 1955 and 1984.

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Auxilary power, accomodations, calculations.

The theoretical maximum speed that a displacement hull can move efficiently through the water is determined by it's waterline length and displacement. It may be unable to reach this speed if the boat is underpowered or heavily loaded, though it may exceed this speed given enough power. Read more.

Classic hull speed formula:

Hull Speed = 1.34 x √LWL

Max Speed/Length ratio = 8.26 ÷ Displacement/Length ratio .311 Hull Speed = Max Speed/Length ratio x √LWL

Sail Area / Displacement Ratio

A measure of the power of the sails relative to the weight of the boat. The higher the number, the higher the performance, but the harder the boat will be to handle. This ratio is a "non-dimensional" value that facilitates comparisons between boats of different types and sizes. Read more.

SA/D = SA ÷ (D ÷ 64) 2/3

  • SA : Sail area in square feet, derived by adding the mainsail area to 100% of the foretriangle area (the lateral area above the deck between the mast and the forestay).
  • D : Displacement in pounds.

Ballast / Displacement Ratio

A measure of the stability of a boat's hull that suggests how well a monohull will stand up to its sails. The ballast displacement ratio indicates how much of the weight of a boat is placed for maximum stability against capsizing and is an indicator of stiffness and resistance to capsize.

Ballast / Displacement * 100

Displacement / Length Ratio

A measure of the weight of the boat relative to it's length at the waterline. The higher a boat’s D/L ratio, the more easily it will carry a load and the more comfortable its motion will be. The lower a boat's ratio is, the less power it takes to drive the boat to its nominal hull speed or beyond. Read more.

D/L = (D ÷ 2240) ÷ (0.01 x LWL)³

  • D: Displacement of the boat in pounds.
  • LWL: Waterline length in feet

Comfort Ratio

This ratio assess how quickly and abruptly a boat’s hull reacts to waves in a significant seaway, these being the elements of a boat’s motion most likely to cause seasickness. Read more.

Comfort ratio = D ÷ (.65 x (.7 LWL + .3 LOA) x Beam 1.33 )

  • D: Displacement of the boat in pounds
  • LOA: Length overall in feet
  • Beam: Width of boat at the widest point in feet

Capsize Screening Formula

This formula attempts to indicate whether a given boat might be too wide and light to readily right itself after being overturned in extreme conditions. Read more.

CSV = Beam ÷ ³√(D / 64)

Originally designed in the 1950’s to the newly formed J.O.G in the UK. First 10 were of wood. Four fiberglass versions were produced. Mk 0 - Mk 3 The FG version (1963-) is a product from and mostly seen in Australia though a few molded plywood versions were first turned out there also. Formit Fibreglass purchased the molds from Fibreglass Yachts (Geoff Baker) in 1972 and produced the last six Mk 1’s then the Mk 2’s and 3’s Formit added approx 221 lbs ballast. Interior layouts vary significantly but the hull remained largely the same. Many were purchased as bare hulls or kits for owner completion. It is thought that at least 400 have been built.

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Top Hat 25 Mk I

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1980 model Top Hat 25 Mk I now for sale with DBY Boat Sales.

Top Hat 25's have always been a top performer when it comes to economical cruisers or twilight racers and this particular boat is a fine original example.

She has an enclosed head, galley with sink and 2 burner metho stove, a generous v-berth plus a well maintained Mercury inboard diesel shaft drive.

Extensive suite of sails.

The current owner of over 20 years has taken her up and down the coastline with great reliability and her almost 50/50 ballast ratio with full encapsulated lead keel ensure a sea friendly motion.

If you are looking for a well-maintained pocket cruiser at an entry level price, then this boat will not disappoint.

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Price: SOLD
Price Base: SOLD
Brand: Top Hat
Model: 25 MK I
Length: 25.00 Feet
Year: 1980
Category: Cruising Boats
Hull Type: Fibreglass
Hull Style: Single
Power Type: Sail
Type Of Sales: Dealer
Engine Make:
Engine Type: Mercury 8hp
Condition: Used
State: New South Wales
HIN Number: AUWWA107828GV3
Stock Number: PWTT253170
Registration Number: NA910N
Designer : Illingworth & Primrose
Builder : Geoff Baker
Water (Potable) Capacity (l) : 90
Hull Construction Material : Fibreglass
Hull Type : Mono
Deck Construction Material : Fibreglass
Country Origin : Australia
Length (feet) : 25 feet
Length (m) : 7.62 m
Beam/Width (feet) : 6.89 feet
Beam/Width (m) : 2.1 m
Keel/Ballast : 1.29 ton ballast
Number of Helms : 1
Displacement : 2.58 ton
Colour : White
Engine Notes : 2014 model Mercury 8hp long shaft
Number Of Engines : 1
Engine Standard : 8hp Mercury outboard long shaft
Stroke : 2
Horse Power (hp) : 8
Drive Type : outboard
Number of Batteries : 1
Fuel Type : Petrol
Number of Fuel Tanks : 2
Fuel Tank Capacity (L) : 24
Propeller : 3 blade fixed
Steering System : Tiller
Number of Berths : 3
Number of Toilets : 1
Toilet Type : Electric
Stove : Metho 2 burner
Refrigeration : Ice box
Number of Sinks : 1
Anchor / Winch : Anchor
Bilge Pump : 1
Deck Gear : Spinnaker pole, fenders, dock lines.
Mast/Rigging : 2017 standing and running rigging
Sail Inventory : Main, Genoa, Stormsail, Spinnaker.
Electrics : 12v, solar charging
Electronics Navigation : Speed, depth, distance.
Dinghy : 1
Safety Gear : Fire extinguishers, fire blanket, dan bouy.
Covers : yes
Ground Tackle : CQR plough anchor
Has Navigation Lights : Yes
Radio : VHF plus 27 meg
Number of Life Jackets : 6
Remarks : Clean example of a popular model.
Vessel Name : BLUEBOTTLE

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Overview of the Top Hat 27

Baker built Mark 1's. Baker came from Royal Brighton Yacht Club in Melbourne to run Fibreglass Yachts in NSW. The Mark 1's were built from around 1969-73 (although exact dates are hard to pinpoint) and had a hand laid up Glass-reinforced plastic hull and are therefore considered to be a little stronger than the latter models. The Mark 1's did not have a sliding hatch above the companionway as did the timber models (Mark 0) but had a "key-hole" entry (semi elliptical shaped cabin top above companionway). Above the companionway sat the main sheet traveller, initially these were a raised stainless steel tube following the contour of the cabin, while the latter ones were a conventional horizontal traveller. The cabin profile had a step down to the mast the main sheet winches mounted on steel struts and sometimes had a double spreader rig. For accommodation the original standard timber boat had four berths, a centrally located galley and a large chart table as Illingworth placed great importance on the role of the navigator, whilst with many of the Mark 1's the interior layout was often left up to the individual. However, some were built with an enclosed head, vee-berths forward, central galley and settee berths port and starboard. Fibreglass Yachts became Formit Fibreglass in Wyong, NSW and produced the Mark 2 and 3, the Top Hat 27. The following is how Fibreglass Yachts advertised the Mark 1 Top Hat. TOP HAT ~ An outstanding yacht in every way. FIBREGLASS YACHTS (SALES) PTY. L TD. 9 Perak Street, MONA VALE, N.S.W., 2103 Phone: 997 -6289 A thoroughbred offshore Cruising/Racing Yacht, the Top Hat utilizes the highest standards of construction in Fibreglass, to the specifications of the designers Illingworth & Primrose. The Top Hat's proven performance, ease of handling and amazing interior accommodation make her an ideal yacht for family cruising. Durability Investment Protection Depreciation is practically eliminated in a well-designed boat of fibreglass construction. Completely impervious to the ravages of rot, rust, corrosion, electrolysis, water absorption and marine borers. Maintenance Savings This is a vital factor in a yacht of this size. The savings grow with the length of ownership, as permanent, moulded-in colours and seam-free hull minimize annual painting, scraping, caulking and other annual yard bills. For the racing sailor, the Top Hat has an excellent record and with her short overhangs, well-designed hull form and "stiffness" has proved to be an outstanding performer in both round the buoys and offshore racing. Standard Specifications: Hull Round Bilge, constructed completely of fibreglass, with 2,500 Ib. of lead ballast moulded within the keel section. This gives the advantage of tremendous strength and avoids any possibility of leaks occurring through keel bolts. Cabin, Deck & Cockpit Moulded in fibreglass, chemically bonded and riveted to the hull, thus making a single integral unit of great strength. No leaks can occur through cabin top or deck and the boat is always dry. Colours Selected colours are "moulded in" to ensure enduring appearance. Accommodation Interior appointments are both pleasing and functional. Full standing headroom, 2 settee berths in the main cabin, 2 full-length berths in the forward cabin, a well-equipped galley with stove, stainless steel sink and fresh water pump, storage cupboards and a cutlery drawer Toilet The marine toilet is contained within a separate cabin. Sea cocks are fitted to all external openings, ensuring complete safety from leaks in the event of a pipe breaking. Fresh Water Tank Located in the keel section, with a capacity of 35 gallons, lined with epoxy resin, and inspection hatch provided. Ventilation The forward cabin hatch cover is hinged and has a waterproof vent to provide fresh air movement through the cabin when closed. The cabin door is also ventilated, ensuring movement of air through the boat when moored. Cockpit Self-draining and can comfortably seat six. Each seat incorporates a large locker sealed from the hull interior. Main hatchway is fitted with lockable fibreglass door. Anti-Skid All deck areas and the cockpit sole have anti-skid pattern moulded in. Chain-Plates Eight stainless steel chain plates are bolted through the deck in areas specially reinforced to distribute the loads. Mast Head Rig This gives the yacht a wide choice of headsails for optimum performance and balance under a wide variety of wind and sea conditions. The Alloy Mast is stepped on deck, giving unhindered access to the forward cabin. Standard Rigging 1 x 19 Stainless Steel with swaged terminals. Running Rigging 7 x 19 Stainless Steel with synthetic rope tails. Synthetic Jib and Main Sheets. Deck Fittings Two Jib Sheet winches and cleats. Jib sheet slides on stainless steel tracks. Stem head fitting with mooring line roller. Bow fairleads. Anchor line pipe through deck. Bow mooring cleat. Main sheet eye. Rudder Timber completely covered with fibreglass, stainless steel stock with swivelling tiller Optional Extras Available: Choice of inboard engines. Forward windows in main cabin. Provision for outboard motor. Vents. Forward stowage shelves Bilge pump. Table. Topping lift. Main cabin lockers. Rub rail. Main cabin shelves. Pulpits, stanchions & life lines. Bunk lee boards. Priming and antifouling. Boot top. Bunk cushions. Dimensions L.O.A., 25' 0" 7.62 m. L.W.L., 20' 6" 6.25 m. Beam, 8' 0" 2.44 m.

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Best sailing hats: Top boating headwear from simple caps to sou’westers and helmets

  • David Harding
  • August 25, 2023

Whether for warmth or sun protection, going afloat means wearing a hat. David Harding picks out 12 of the best sailing hats available right now


Whatever the season, there are two staples you need for the open water. A  good pair of sailing sunglasses  and the best sailing hat for protection from the sun (especially those of us who sport low-profile hairstyles).

For dinghy and keelboat racing , many prefer a peak but no brim – a cap, in other words. And if your boat has a low boom, select a sailing hat with built-in skull protection. Being bashed on the head is painful at the very least. Besides, who wants blood on the deck?

On colder days, a sailing hat is essential to keeping you warm on the water. The ubiquitous beanie might be the obvious starting point. Don’t overlook a lined sailing hat, perhaps a waterproof option. Look out for an hat that incorporates ear-warmers and a peak.

At a glance: Henri-Lloyd Mal HL sailing cap – Best classic sailing hat  – Buy it now airSUP Bucket Hat  – Best bucket hat for sailing – Buy it now Tilley T3 sailing hat  – Best brimmed sailing hat – Buy it now DexShell Beanie Solo  – Best beanie hat for sailing – Buy it now

What makes a good sailing hat?

Some of the best sailing hats serve multiple purposes. It might have a brim for sun protection or the sailing hat could be made of a water-repellent material. Before opting for a brim, consider how wide and how stiff it should be. A wide, stiff brim might seem best in the sun, but could present a challenge when you’re ducking under the rail on a racing yacht.

Another consideration is that as much UV is reflected from the water as you’re exposed to from above. So a sailing hat in the ‘bucket’ style – with a brim that’s narrower and lower – might be more effective, if not quite as stylish. What’s more, it’s less likely to blow off in a breeze. Any style of brim that’s too floppy is unlikely to be much use in stronger winds either.

Whichever type of sailing hat you might choose, there’s plenty to think about. Here is our pick of the best sailing hats available right now in various styles.

The best sailing hats available right now

  • Sailing caps
  • Brimmed sun hats
  • Winter hats
  • Sou’westers

Classic sailing caps


Henri-Lloyd Mal HL sailing cap

Specifications:  100% Organic Cotton, one size and back strap.

Reasons to buy: Made by a high-end yachting apparel brand; fast-drying; offers a high level of UV protection.

Reasons to avoid: Cheaper options are available if the HL brand is your main consideration.

Do you like to keep it classic? A straightforward cap should be your starting point when it comes to choosing a sailing hat. If you’re anything like me, you have probably picked up such a collection from the water (oddly, most sailing caps don’t come with retaining lanyards) that we’ve never needed to buy one.

Then again, what you find floating past your boat isn’t necessarily what you would choose to wear, so if you want something new, smart and branded with one of the best-known names in sailing clothing, you might go for something like the Mal HL sailing cap from Henri-Lloyd.

Available in navy blue or pale grey, it’s made from a polyester twill that’s said to be fast-drying and offers a UV protection factor of over 50.

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Gill pursuit cap.

Specifications:  100% polyester, 50+ UV protection and h and wash only.

Reasons to buy: Retaining a lanyard means you’re less likely to drop it overboard.

Reasons to avoid:  May not suit sailors with smaller heads.

Ever lost your hat looking overboard? We’re with you. The Pursuit Cap from Gill is one of the few sailing hats that comes with a retaining lanyard. A clip on the end attaches to your collar, so you’re less likely to find yourself fishing one of these out of the oggin.

Available in bright blue, dark blue, graphite or silver, it features a UV treatment of 50+ and a generously sized peak to help keep the sun out of your eyes. With features like the underside of the peak designed to absorb light reflected from the water, it’s clear to see why this would be a hit with any navigator.

Breathable fabric (polyester for easy cleaning) and a wicking headband should help you keep a cool head in the heat of battle on the race course.

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Best-brimmed sailing hats


Tilley T3 sailing hat

Specifications:  100% cotton, UPF 50+ and machine washable. 

Reasons to buy: Classic design, water-repellant finish; secret pocket for storing cash.

Reasons to avoid: There are much cheaper ways to keep the sun off your head.

I have been wearing these classic Tilley hats for over 15 years and am now on my third. They don’t last forever, despite the lifetime guarantee, but Tilley will replace them if/when (for those of us who practically live in them) they wear out.

The cotton duck gives good sun protection (factor 50+) and this sailing hat also has a water-repellent finish to help keep the rain off.

Padding in the top affords a degree of protection and that’s where you find the secret pocket for stashing away an emergency fiver.

The padding contributes to the buoyancy, which you might appreciate if you haven’t made use of the double head-straps to stop it from blowing off.

With its brass grommets for ventilation, and poppers for snapping up the brim on either side, the Tilley is a tried and tested titfer with a well-deserved following among sailors.

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airSUP Bucket Hat

Specifiations: Polyester, removable flap and UV sun protection.

Reasons to buy: Chin strap makes it almost impossible to lose; ear protection is a rare feature.

Reasons to avoid: Styling is reminiscent of the early 90s rave scene.

This might not be a sailing hat you would choose to wear for style alone  – but if functionality for active watersports is your priority and you prefer not to have a wide brim, it might be a good choice.

For a start, a strap that buckles under the chin means it really shouldn’t come off no matter what you’re doing on (or even in) the water.

The strap broadens out at the top to cover the ears and the side of the face too.

If you’re after further sun protection, the button-on neck flap that pulls out from an inside pocket will protect the nape. The brim is firm enough not to flip up or down in the wind or unexpected watery encounters.

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Best beanies for sailing


DexShell Beanie Solo

Specifications:  100% polyester, micro fibre fleece lining and machine washable.

Reasons to buy: Windproof, waterproof and breathable – a beanie for all seasons.

Reasons to avoid: May not fit sailors with larger heads.

Traditional beanie hats aren’t for every sailor. Yes, they have limitations as sailing hats, but they will keep your head warm as long as you’re not out in the wind or rain (or exposed to salt spray).

That’s why this one from DexShell comes with additional features: it’s claims to be windproof, waterproof and breathable, with a waterproof membrane and microfleece lining for warmth.

The outer shell in acrylic gives the beanie its knitted look and comes in a range of colours from grey and black to cyan blue and even high-vis yellow for those who really don’t want to get lost.

SubZero Factor 4 Softshell Windproof Hat

Specifications:  97% Polyester and 3% Elastane, double thickness banding and soft fleece inner face.

Reasons to buy: Flat stitching makes for a comfortable fit.

Reasons to avoid: Shower-proof, but not fully waterproof.

With this British-made beanie from SubZero, head warmth and protection from the wind is the top priority.

The soft-shell fabric itself is waterproof, but unfortunately not the stitching, so it would be best to think of it as shower-proof.

If you are searching for an alternative that has full-water repellency, check out SubZero’s waterproof beanie.

To keep the wind and cold at bay, the Factor 4 hat has a soft fleece inner face designed to trap warm air around your head.

A double-thickness headband provides extra insulation around your ears and brow, while the flat stitching should eliminate uncomfortable rubbing – something not all sailing hat manufacturers seem to think about.

There’s no knitted look with this beanie: the windproof fabric on the outside is smooth to reduce the effects of wind-chill.

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Best winter sailing hats


Sealskinz Waterproof Extreme Cold Weather Hat

Specifications:  Outer: 100% nylon | Inner: 100% polyester, sizes available: S-XXL and a micro fleece lining.

Reasons to buy: Machine washable; available in a wide range of sizes.

Reasons to avoid: Sizing comes up small – if in doubt, go one size up.

Are you searching for a sailing hat that incorporates ear-warmers and a peak that’s also windproof and waterproof? Sealskinz might have the answer.

As its name suggests, it’s designed to cope with seriously wet and cold conditions. I appreciate that the ear-warmers tuck away if needed and that the peak can be folded back and held with a popper.

Made with a waterproof breathable membrane sandwiched between an outer nylon shell for durability and a fleece inside for warmth, it comes in sizes from small to XXL.

There’s also a Velcro tab at the back to make sure of a snug fit. If it does blow off and get dirty, just throw it in the washing machine: it doesn’t need any special treatment.


Musto Fleece Lined Waterproof sailing cap

Specifications:  Polyester, r eflective printed screen and fleece lining.

Reasons to buy: Fleece lined; waterproof, windproof and breathable; taped seams should make for a comfy fit.

Reasons to avoid: Only one size available.

An alternative to the Sealskinz comes from Musto. Offered in one size it has been designed to accommodate larger heads. Available in black (or green for your country weekends), this sailing hat has good features such as fleece lining, a larger, stiffer peak, and fold-down protection for the ears and neck.

A drawstring can be secured under the chin in windy weather, but if this one blows off, you’re advised not to put it in the machine: it’s for hand-washing only.

The polyester fabric is claimed to be waterproof, windproof and breathable, with taped seams helping to make sure no water seeps in.

Musto also suggests that taping the seams eradicates stitch holes and reduces abrasion against the skin.

Best sou’wester sailing hats


Guy Coton sou’wester

Specifications: Polyester, sizes available: S-L and strong stitching.

Reasons to buy: Excellent face and neck protection; built to last.

Reasons to avoid: The Captain Birdseye look isn’t for everyone…

The sou’wester was good enough for lifeboat crews in days of yore, but has fallen from fashion in recent decades, and we don’t know why.

When you’re getting high-pressure spray full in the face, a well-fitted hood might be a more effective solution – and, being attached to your jacket, it’s always there when you want it – but even the best hoods can often be restrictive. Sometimes a proper sailing hat just feels better.

So it’s good to see that Guy Cotten, a company known for its traditional-style, and no-nonsense clothing, continues to offer the humble sou’wester in equally traditional colours: green or bright yellow.

It’s made from the company’s ‘classic fabric’ – PVC-coated polyester – which it describes as ‘extremely long-lasting, tough and cheap’.


Helly-Hansen Svolvaer Sou’wester

Specifications: PVC-coated polyester, drawstring and cotton-lined.

Reasons to buy: The most affordable option on our list, despite being from a big-name brand.

Reasons to avoid: The Guy Cotton sou’wester offers better face protection.

It says something about the practicality and appeal of the sou’wester that two of today’s better-known manufacturers of this traditional sailing hat are from parts of the world that still have a strong fishing industry.

Helly Hansen’s offering, made from PVC-coated polyester with a cotton lining, incorporates ear-flaps and has a chin strap to keep it on.

It features a shallower brim at the front than some sou’westers, with a suitably long one at the back to keep the rain well away from your neck.

Given the resurgence of retro styles in so many walks of life, perhaps a classic sou’wester would make a perfect and inexpensive Christmas stocking-filler for the practically-minded sailor who thought he or she had everything.

Best hard sailing hats


Gul Elite Watersports Helmet

Specifications: Outer: Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS) | Inner: foam, lightweight and modern design.

Reasons to buy: CE compliant; plenty of ventilation; adjustable lining and chin strap.

Reasons to avoid: Unless you’re racing something seriously fast, or partaking in extreme watersports, a helmet will probably look out of place.

A sailing hat or a cap might help stop your head from getting cold or sunburned when you’re afloat, but what about protection from bangs?

It used to be rare to see sailors wearing helmets, but their use on some of today’s high-profile race boats has made them more acceptable to a wider cross-section of sailors.

Modern styling also means you’re less likely to look as though you’ve just walked off a building site.

Gul’s Elite Helmet is designed for all manner of watersports including dinghy sailing.

Complying with the CE EN 1385 standard for personal protective equipment, it has ventilation holes, a quick-release chin strap, ear protection and an adjustable liner.

The shell is made from impact-resistant ABS.


SafaSail hard sailing hat

Speficiations: Material: moulded shell to offer protection and foam padding.

Reasons to buy: Added protection without compromising on style; available in a choice of peak sizes.

Reasons to avoid: No protection for neck or ears.

For bump protection in a less obvious form than a helmet, Nauticalia’s SafaSail cap might be what you’re looking for.

At a glance it looks almost like an ordinary peaked sailing hat, but inside is an injection-moulded shell that offers similar protection to that of a building worker’s bump cap.

Foam padding should make it comfortable to wear and there’s a chin-strap to help keep it on.

If the standard peak is too long and gives you a crick in the neck when you have to look aloft, you can order the SafaSail with a shorter one.

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