The MacGregor has quite a few features for a 25' boat. It is reputed to be one of the fastest "Trailer Sailors" ever made. It can charge full speed into the wind and runs like a deer. It's a great boat.
Can be rigged, launched and loaded single hand. I sail it weekly during the season and is always ready to sail. If you have any questions, please ask.
The last true sailboat Macgregor designed (before going to the water ballast system). Draws 22 inches with the 625 lb. keel up and 5' 8" with the keel down. Launches anywhere you can launch a powerboat. Total displacement is 2100 lbs.
Overall condition is good to very good for a 1985. The gel coat has a few chips and dings consistent with 20 years of use. The hull is sound and the swing keel easy to use. The bottom is clean and only sailed in fresh water. The interior cushions are in good shape with no stains or holes. This boat is in very good condition and is priced below NADA value. If you wish to view the boat it is available in Indianapolis, Indiana or Brookville, Indiana. Delivery can be negotiated.
Heavy Duty Garelick motor mount w/ stainless torsion springs for easy lifting
6 gal Fuel Tank
Throttle and shift control is remote, located in the cockpit.
Main Sail w/ slugs, 100% Jib and 165% Genoa
Mainsail cover and Jib bag
Back stay adjuster
3 winches, port and starboard jib sheets and lager halyard winch
Topping lift, Windex Wind Vane, aluminum spreader end caps
Anchor mounts on bow pulpit stanchion mount
Lifelines, bow pulpit, cockpit rails and permanent swim ladder
Teak hatch rails with integrated handrails
All lines lead aft
All rigging is very good
Macgregor mast raising system, makes mast-raising effortless
IdaSailor Mahogany & Ash Tiller
Cockpit Cushions (very old, but they work)
Teak binocular and cup rack
Winch handle holder
Sleeps five and includes wood dinette table
Pop-top creates standing room in galley and saloon
Enclosed head w/ paper holder, oak cabinet w/mirror
Improved retractable Mac Galley w/sink and 5 gal water tank
Teak dish rack, Paper towel holder and magazine rack
Several additional cabin lights with Red/White/LED/Conventional bulbs
2 - 12 Volt Receptacles for Cell Phones, GPS, etc
2 - 12 Volt Turbo Fans
Two deep cycle batteries w/ dual battery switch
Exterior shore power inlet, 20 amp circuit breaker and cabin duplex outlet
IdaSailor replacement windows and drop hatch
Fixed 25W VHF radio w/weather, masthead antenna
Cockpit and Cabin Jensen Marine speakers
Bilge pump with automatic float switch
Original factory trailer (Newer paint, bunks, lights and carpet, bearing buddies)
New heavy duty winch and strap
Photo's show Ablative Antifouling Paint on the boat bottom. This type of paint is designed to slowly dissolve over time. Bottom of the boat is in great shape, just looks splotchy as the paint dissolves. Since I sail in fresh water and keep the boat on the trailer, I have never reapplied the paint.
Boat is gone @ $4795. Thanks for all you do. I will recommend you to all my friends.