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26 foot Macgregor Sailboat


End Time:4/30/2017 10:39
Sold Price:$10,500
Listing Format:Chinese
Bids42
Location:Niceville, Florida (32578)
Seller:haufe0427
For Sale By:Private Seller

Specification


Year:2002Fuel Type:Gas
Make:MacgregorEngine Make:Honda
Model:XEngine Model:
Length:26.0Engine Type:Single Outboard
Beam:26.0Fuel Capacity:
Condition:Boat Type:Day Sailer

Description


26 Foot Macgregor sailboat X type with swing keel. The boat comes with Trailer and everything you need to start sailing. The head (Toilet) was converted to pump out and has only been used once. There are gray cushions for the entire rear sitting area that are in excellent condition and they cover the entire rear area for both bottom and back of the seating area and have no tears or rips. It has a Bimini Top that is in good condition but the cover for the Bimini top is getting worn from the sun and could be replaced. The Honda engine is a 50 HP four stroke and runs well with around 250 hours on it and I re-did the carbs last year. Includes two 8 gallon fuel tanks, life preservers, ropes, rigging, tools, flares, anchor, portable stovetop, a large cooler under the seat. a garmin echo fish finder / depth gauge, compass. etc. Everything that I usually have on the boat is included. The boat has a stereo with CD player and a CB radio with antenna on the mast. It has two batteries with one only a year old. The sails are in ok condition but included is a new mainsail so you get two mainsails. The Jib is furling with a sun cover. Also included is the Trailer which is in good condition and a cover for the boat. Essentially there is nothing you will need to buy, just go and sail. I had someone ask me for more pictures of the sails so I just took the boat out and included are pictures of the sails. The engine ran perfectly. I have the boat on my boat lift and I am tired of having to raise the mast every time I go out so I have been using it less and less.


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