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Macgregor 25, 1984
"Seascape," a 1984 MacGregor 25, comes with a trailer and $1,600 of brand-new upholstery in the cabin.
The design is in the sailboat hall of fame as one of the most successful weekend family cruisers ever designed.
It's easy to trailer with a retractable keel and has a roomy interior with a pop-top for standing entry to the cabin through the companionway.
It has a roller furler worth about $1,300, a main sail and a large 150 genoa.
She is easy to sail single-handed.
It was damaged in the May tornado that hit Little River Marina at Lake Thunderbird in Norman, Oklahoma.
It will need a new mast, which will cost about $1,000 including shipping, and some fiberglass work on the bow.
I received an estimate for the fiberglass work of $850, but it could run more depending who does the work or less, obviously, if you can do it yourself.
The main and genoa each have a short tear that could be repaired and it will need new lifelines.
I have not tested the furler, but it does not appear to be damaged.
Much to my chagrin, she is offered as is and could be a bargain for someone willing to do a little work, which I don't have the time, space or inclination to do myself.
Feel free to contact me with any questions.