- 26 (ft.)
- Bridge Clearance
- Hull Material
- Fuel Type
- Engine Model
- 70 HP Four Stroke
- Number of Engines
- Engine Type
- Outboard 4 Stroke
Over the past 35 years MacGregor has consistently led the industry with its creative and innovated designs within the 25 and 26 foot market. The 26 MacGregor has been the best-selling “cruising type” sailboat in every corner of the world. She will cruise at an amazing 24 miles per hour under the power of her Suzuki 70 Four Stroke outboard motor with 24 gallons of fuel and when it comes to sailing she simply out performs her competition hands down. This fully trailerable cruiser sets up in just 10 minutes and when transporting she is under the eight (8) foot restriction and her weight is a mere 2,550 pounds. She features full standing headroom, a full galley, sleeps six (6) in two (2) double berths and two (2) singles.
She is being offered at a significant discount to encourage a quick sale. Boat, Motor and trailer make up this amazing package that is sure not to last long.
- General Description
- The MacGregor 26M is one of the fastest and best handling of the trailerable cruising sailboats. It is easy to sail, and easy to trailer to your favorite sailing waters. You don’t need an expensive mooring. It can be stored on its trailer, launched at any ramp, and rigged in just minutes. On the trailer at highway speed, you can visit great places that water-bound boats will never see, and you can avoid the expense of in the water storage. The MacGregor 26 offers high speed powering without compromising sailing performance. You can have the peace and quiet of sailing, or the fun of powering around at a good clip--over 22 mph. Unlike any other boat, it opens up a world of endless variety--sailing, swimming, fishing, diving, water skiing or just fooling around on the water. Its high speed under power lets you get to cruising waters that are out of reach for a conventional six mph sailboat. You can live on this boat on land or on the water. Launch the boat, anchor in a quiet cove, and you can be as far away from the world as you want to be. You can have your own island, for free, at some of the most beautiful vacation areas on earth.
- This modular interior is designed to morf into a transport configuration in a matter of minutes and easily back again once your ready to go boating. She will sleep a total of six onboard with two (2) double berths and two (2) single berths. The cabin height is six (6) feet and the interior space is amazingly large. she has a "Self Contained" Marine Head. The interior color scheme is set to earth tones and beige is the dominant color set against the of white gelcoat color of the hulls interior. The cushions are a medium brown as are the various throw pillows and the cabinets are finished in a rich cherry wood finish.
- Sliding Galley Counter Top, Stainless steel Pressure Water at Sink, Aft Deck Shower, Cockpit Seat Cushions, Custom Cockpit Sunshade
- Electronics & Navigation
- Hand Held Vhf Radio Dual MXR 42 Marine Stereo with Jensen Marine Speakers GPS / Plotter
- Deck & Hull
- She has a Dark Blue hull with a white stripe and has never been bottom painted. Lighthly used and well maintained. With her centerboard down she draws only 5'9 inches or 1.75 meters and with the centerboard up only 12 inches. A seven foot beam and 300 pounds of permanent ballast with an additional 1,150 pounds of water ballast. Stainless Steel bow rails and stainless steel stachions surround the deck with stainless steel cabling for lifelines. Cockpit is roomy and has white cushions on seating surfaces. The steering pod is along the centerline and has rack and pinion steering, engine controls. Aft Deck Shower, and Cockpit Seat Cushions
- Powered by a 2010 70 Horsepower 4 Stroke outboard motor with 45 original hours. Two (2) 12 Gallon fuel fuel tanks for a total of 24 gallon onboard.
- Sail Equipment & Inventory (Some words from the Manufacturer)
- The 26’s rotating mast is similar to the setup used on virtually all modern catamarans. We have developed a system (for which we are seeking a patent) that allows conventional spreaders, with upper and lower shrouds, and a mast that rotates to create perfect airflow across the mainsail. With a conventional non-rotating mast, the mast creates a serious amount of turbulence on the mainsail, making the first third of the sail virtually useless. The deep notch between the mainsail and the mast disturbs the laminar flow of air across the downwind side of the sail and causes the smooth air flow to separate from the sail and disintegrate into a vast field of turbulence. The drawings below show the difference. The long, deep daggerboard keeps the boat from side-slipping when sailing into the wind. The board and rudders retract to allow the boat to be beached. The daggerboard and rudders are controlled by lines leading to the cockpit, and can be pulled completely up into the boat for powering and for downwind sailing. The daggerboard's long, thin airfoil is far more efficient than a short, wide one. This is why racing sailboat keels are deep, and why sailplane wings are long and thin. The relationship between the fore and aft width of the board and its length is called its aspect ratio. Most boats have keels with aspect ratios of 2 to 1 (meaning that the keel or centerboard is two times as deep as it is wide). The 26 centerboard has a ratio of five to one (it is 16" wide and 5' 6" deep). The high aspect ratio increases lift as the boat sails into the wind and reduces drag. Main Sail: 170 sq. ft. Jib (100%) 130 sq. ft. Main & Jib: 300 sq. ft.
- The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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