Manufactured during the roll over of production years and design - 1998 INTERIOR 1997 Hull and engine
This boat comes with all standard equipment, accommodations for 4-6 people, an enclosed head, 5' 11" of headroom, wheel steering and water ballast. This is
a fresh water boat.
26 ft Length 7 foot 9 inch beam
Depth, centerboard down 5' 6"
Depth, centerboard up 9"
Boat weight, empty 2350 lbs
Water Ballast 1400 lbs
Trailer Weight 710 lbs
4 mooring lines and fenders.
6' heel indicator
Anti-fouling bottom paint
CDI Roller Furling
Mainsail with sunbrella cover
Two Lemar Winches with handle
Custom Wood Small Table installed
Full Size Chart Table (Stored)
Galley w/ sink
All lines lead to cockpit
Padded cover on steering pedestal
Running, deck, and anchor lights
2-12v cabin outlets
Garmin GPS Quest with North American Lakes and the Bahama maps
2 - 9 gallon gas tanks
Two batteries with smart charger
Air conditioner for Hatch
Propane stove with cutting board base for more work surface in galley
Unsinkable Foam Filled Double hull fiberglass
All Fiberglass in good condition
Two side cockpit cushions.
Bimini vinyl cover
Danforth anchor with 75' rope and chain line
Tan comforter for for v-berth cushions
Two queen size rear berth cushions
Velcro attached curtains throughout cabin
Flushing head with 18 gallon holding tank
Emergency pack with flares, flare gun, etc.
iHome AM FM MP3 radio/player
Mast raising system for fast set up and take down when trailering.
Water ballast and center board for easy trailering
New Bulkhead mounted compass
New Gas compartment covers
New 150 Genoa with sunbrella protection 2008
New Rigging 2007
New Nico Day/Night Plus Stainless-Steel Solar Vents (Two)
New Handheld VHF radio
New Two Sport a Seats
New carpet in cabin in 2007
New cushions in cabin in 2007
New LCD Arrays replaced 12 volt bulbs 2007
New Composite Lifetime Bunk boards on trailer 2007
New Prop 2008
Speeder Rigger DVDs on Rigging and De-Rigging and Simple Guide to Sailing the MAC 26X
1998 50 HP Johnson, New Prop, Oil Injected No Mixing
Trailer is ready for adventure, just serviced with new tires and composite bunk boards 2007
If you just want to sail and don't want to work on your boat, this is the one for you! You can add lots of electronics and gizmo's but I liked it without and so did the previous owner. If you want to drill holes in a boat you will be the first. Easy on the trailer and rolls right down the road.
I really enjoyed sailing the Macgregor and it will go almost anywhere. The 50 HP Johnson runs great and will get up and go but when you shut it off and raise the sail, that is when the real fun begins.
The boat sold today. Thanks for everything! I really enjoy your web site and I am certain I will find my NEXT boat on Sailing Texas dot com!
Lake Ouachita, Arkansas