About this Sailboat:
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Clean, well-maintained, very easy to single-hand, all boat and equipment documentation A new H26 is an excellent family weekend cruiser, but the additional work and money required to make it a truly comfortable and efficient cruiser are significant. Try this one, upgraded and maintained by knowledgeable sailors with many upgrades. It’s comfortable, it sails very well, its systems are designed for convenience, and its 24-inch draft with the board up allows gunk holing where the deep-draft boats can’t go, Comes with trailer, also in very good condition. Tows with Full size SUV or equivalent. Sails are in very good condition, new in 2007 plus spare set. Hull is in excellent condition–no blisters.
Standard features Full-length batten, large-roach main and 100 % jib; anodized aluminum mast and boom; mainsail cover; draft 24 inches (board up) or six feet (board down); water ballast; l4-pound Danforth with 200′ rope/chain rode; separate galley with large sink and two-burner alcohol cooktop; 48 qt marine cooler; enclosed head with sink and Porta Potty; hanging/wet locker; electric bilge pump; tiller steering; stern rail seats; sleeps 4 comfortably (2 in large stern berth and2 in forward V-berth) or 6 in a pinch; huge teak dining table; cockpit cushions; cockpit table; teak and holly sole; pop-top canvas (7′ headroom); two-axle Hunter trailer with surge brakes, guides, and extending tongue
Equipment on Board:
Extra gear included All required safety gear, dock lines and everything listed above Improvements to the hull, deck, rigging, engine, or interior 2002 Honda 9.9hp 4-stroke with remote controls, CDI roller furling , offshore motor bracket and connect to rudder, tach; 7.5 gallon fuel tank; bottom paint (4-12); Dutchman mainsail flaking system; single-line reefing; masthead Windex and VHF antenna; spreader boots; Andersen 12ST self-tailing winches; additional and upgraded cleats; added Standard Horizon scanning VHF/WX; Jensen AM/FM/WX/CD player with four speakers; CD rack; pressurized water in head and galley with 25-gallon tank; larger capacity (5 gallon) Porta Potty; 30-amp shore power; Guest battery charger; Connections for two batteries; battery condition meter; 110v AC and 12v DC outlets; vapor-proof battery switch; Contest 101 bulkhead-mounted, lighted compass; Spinlock tiller extension; Marine Cuisine stainless gas barbeque; winch handle and Bulkhead-mounted Furuno 1650DF DGPS color chart plotter/fish finder with through -hull transducer and C-MAP NT chart card slot; Raytheon ST1000 Tillerpilot w/remote; custom-made bimini (stainless steel frame) w/6’3′ headroom; cockpit and stern rail seat cushions, barometer, and clock; all required safety gear