FOR SALE SOLD!
With mixed emotions, our family has decided to sell our beloved boat. We’ve had two fantastic years with her and enjoyed every moment. But we’ve caught the deadly sailing virus, twofoot’itus. While the boat is perfect for family weekends and we did have one trip with six of us and a dog, it’s cramped with that many people. I will enjoy more space, but I’m going to miss the freedom of being able to take the boat anywhere, quickly.
Boat is currently in winter storage state with professional shrink wrap. We will be taking the boat out within the next couple of weeks and will be putting it in the water at Cobourg Marina.
2002 Macgregor 26X
If you don’t know why a Macgregor is so great, see my post Macgregor 26X Sailboat.
- Excellent condition, well maintained
- Fresh water only
Asking $23,000 CAD
Engine / Sails
- 50HP Yamaha outboard runs great and well maintained
- Outboard has motorized trim for raising/lowering the motor
- Spare prop
- Dual removable fuel tanks
- Doyle reefing main sail in great condition
- Doyle jib sail on CDI flexible furler in great condition
- Fiberglass/aluminum boom kicker
- Harken 252 lazy jacks (currently not installed)
- New ropes/lines 2017
- Winches all in good condition, with removable winch handle
Electrical / Electronics
- VHF radio with DCS, new mast head antenna 2016
- 2016 Raymarine a77 navigation system (negotiable)
- Dual batteries, one starting, one deep cycle with battery selector and charging system. Charges with 110v shore power and charges from motor.
- Heavy duty shore power line.
- Interior lights switched to LED 2017
- Exterior running lights non-LED
- Interior cushions redone 2017, new and old cushion covers (still have them) can be zipped on/off.
- Exterior cushions, white vinyl covered in good condition
- Two sinks, each with hand pump and fresh water bladder
- Vbirth and aft birth mattresses
- Desirable twin axle (four wheels) model
- Fully serviced in 2016, surge brakes, new bunks
- Wheels in good shape
- Bimini and dodger fully encloses the cockpit with canvas and windows with bug netting. Adjustable and sides and back zip off to provide just a sun shade.
- Good quality inflatable dinghy, with solid floor and two oars
- Bottom painted with new anti-fouling paint 2017
- Dock bumpers
- Docks lines
- Good quality marine stainless steel Force 10 BBQ with quick release
- Portable single burner butane stove
- Lockable anchor locker
- Aluminum fortress anchor with rode
- Electric bilge pump with water sensor (never had to use it)
- Toolbox with all tools required to rig boat
- Main sail cover
- Mast raising system
- Paddle, lifejackets, life ring, heaving line, and much more
Very few boats are perfect, and there’s a few things bugging me that I haven’t gotten around to fixing, yet. I think these are all minor and don’t affect the boat much, but I figure you are going to find these anyways, may as well give you full disclosure:
- Bimini canvas and bug netting getting old, small tears in canvas and bug netting. I think you will get some more use out of it before needing to replace.
- A small ding/scratch on hull (surface only) and chip in one rudder that I am planning to fix with some fiberglass patch.
- Dinghy flooring is missing one small piece of edging that we’ve never seen, have been using a piece of plastic as a temporary fix.
- The spot where the old chart plotter on binacle has left an open hole that is currently covered with white duct tape.
- Fresh water hand pump on toilet is leaking. You can hear air making pffftt noise when you pump but doesn’t affect flushing.
- Deck connector for steaming light has corroded and should be replaced.
- Bumper strip has some nicks in it (there when we bought) but it’s hasn’t yet bothered me enough to replace. But it still bothers me.
- Motor cover faded and flaking plastic stickers, shaft and rest of engine in perfect shape.
- Right hand front reflector light on trailer cracked, but still works.
Mast down, secured and ready for transport on trailer.
Mast folded, ready to travel by water under a bridge.
Mast ready for sailing. Bimini not installed.
Bimini installed, can be completely enclosed, photo shows the sides zippered off. Dingy deflated and rolled up on deck.
Cockpit interior with bimini up. (have a new main sheet now)
Front anchor locker and jib wrapped on CDI flexible furler (have a new jib sheet now)
Marine Force 10 BBQ
Interior with old seat cushions
Rear sleeping birth (Queen sized bed)
New seat cushions, floor runner and single burner butane stove.
Current state of interior, all gear removed and stored inside house.
Professional shrink wrapped for winter storage
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