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97 Macgregor 26X Macgregor

6 October, 2011 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

Economical power sailor, ready for the lake, bay or coastal sailing.

This is the information I was told when I bought the boat. The Sailboat was bought by a rigger that worked for H & S Yacht Sales In Newport Beach, CA in 1997. The boat was rigged to fish 25 to 50 miles off shore. There are 2 12gal fuel tanks and 1 9gal. There is a fabric bait tank with aerator and fishing rod holders. The Mercury 50hp motor (1999 model) was added in 1998 by the next owner in Newport Beach. It was then purchased by the next owner in Apple Valley in Sept. 2000 and a 1999 Macgregor Trailer was added around this time. This added some modifications such as a marine head and a electric water pump. He sailed out at Lake Mead mostly. I bought the boat in the fall of 2004. The motor had the carbs rebuilt last year and was tuned and checked out and giving a good bill of heath. I only took the boat out 1 time last year and have not been able to get it out this year. I put new tires on the trailer last year and have kept the trailer on jacks. I just put a new break system on this year. I really enjoy sailing, I just don’t get it out. I have a large folder with with paperwork for the boat that the owners kept of purchases and items installed like invoices, specs and instructions.

Equipment on Board:

50hp Mercury outboard, 2 main sails, Jib, 150% Genoa, Roller furler, 2 Bimini’s, Autopilot, GPS/Sounder/Fishfinder,
Marine radio, Sleeps 6, Enclosed marine head, lights for night cruising, 2 burner stove, and more.
Trailer included

Macgregor 26X Macgregor
Macgregor 26X Macgregor
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