Conventional molded fiberglass hull and cored deck with glassed and screwed in plywood bulkheads. "Sealed in" Styrofoam for a manufactures "Unsinkable" advertisement. A very safe boat to own and operate.
Clean Title on boat and trailer
Sleeps 5 easy with 6 possible.
3 sails; Main, Genoa, Jib
New bottom paint
Engine 5hp Tahatsu
Water Ballast for light towing, but stable in water. (adds 1200lbs to bottom of boat)
Removable table in cabin
Excellent 1st sailboat to own. Very forgiving.
Easy to sail single-handed and launches in 16" of water
Improved rudder design for easy sailing in heavy wind/weather (original included)
Mast stepping system
REMOVABLE Radio / Am/fm/cassette, Marine Weather Band with CD player input
Custom Curtains with Privacy curtain for head and V-Berth.
2 burner alcohol stove
Sink with fresh water bladder hand pump
Hands free fishing pole place holder
Extra berth Storage
Walk in enclosed porta potti
V-berth and 6x7 queen size berth
Shore power plug converter
I have owned this MacGregor 26D for 5 years. We have had awesome weekends on this boat. It sails down the California Coast beautifully. It has been to Santa Catalina Island 8 times. With this boat you can moor on the "string line" in Avalon and Two Harbors. This makes the stay very comfortable and fun. (1st row from the shore line!) It is an inexpensive boat to own and maintain. Once you’ve paid your yearly registration and insurance you can store it in your RV parking. Use it when you want without the $300 to $600 dollar monthly slip fees of other sailboat owners. You must have a towing vehicle of moderate abilities. (The manufacture advertised it with a Ford Taurus in the brochure.) The parking lot at the marina is about 8 to 10 dollars per use. Factor in the gas in the outboard motor tank to get in and out of the harbor and the wind is free.