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2006 Macgregor 26M

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Minden, NV
Listed: 03-17-2017
Phone:
Alternate phone: 775.391.3267

$21,600 US Firm

The owner bought this boat in 2007

General condition and any additional information

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Much enjoyed and thoroughly lovingly cared for Macgregor 26M powersailer with professionally polished blue hull. Powered by Evinrude ETEC 50hp fuel efficient outboard engine w/power tilt. Fully equipped for sailing/motoring including trailer with brakes that dont require wiring a brake controller inside your tow vehicle. Upgraded hardware and numerous accessories to add comfort, reliability, safety and sail-ability. For example,all lines aft (to cockpit), Garhauer piston boom vang (eliminates topping lift!), CDI jib furler, set of matching blue canvas covers, and complete cushion set.

We are owners who believe in preventative maintenance. We have invested over twice the selling price in upgraded equipment, accessories, and upgrading the complete steering system and rudders. The boat and trailer come with a very complete set of Operating Manuals, documentation organized in an onboard notebook, receipts and file folders. Clean title, no liens.

The boat has never sailed anywhere else than freshwater Lake Tahoe and always cleaned and stored out of the water at the end of the summer. As sad as it makes us its ready for a new crew to pick it up south of Carson City, Nevada about 25 minutes from Lake Tahoe.

Extensive Documentation/Owner’s Manuals:
• OEM Macgregor 26M Owner’s Manual w/rigging, trailering, maintenance instructions, etc.
• OEM Evinrude 50hp ETEC Owner’s Manual
• Blue Water Yachts Operating Manual and Notebook
• Rich Johnson’s Guide to Trailer Boat Sailing (e.g authors sail a Macgregor sailboat)Fuel/water separator
• Copy of SAILING l- “Everything You Need to Know to Get Started (and keep going): How to Sail, Gear, Clothing, and Tips by Doris Colgate, President, National Sailing Association and Offshore Sailing School
• Speedy Rigger DVD for Macgregor 26 i.e. VERY helpful hints and tips
• Trailer surge brakes- hydraulic brake actuator
• Owner’s 3-ring notebook compiling Manuals into one location (all pages in plastic sleeves for use onboard)
• Owner’s paper files of reference materials, receipts, notes, checklists for launching/getting ready to go out on the water/arriving back at dock to close up to leave marina and go home, modification ideas, etc.


Standard features

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MacGregor 26M Sailboat- Lake Tahoe Fresh water only
• 2006 Macgregor 26M trailerable powersailer
• Blue hull (manufacturer optional limited upgrade)
• Measures 25’10”; waterline 23’2”
• Beam (width): 7’9” which eliminates need for special highway hauling permits
• Draft w/daggerboard up 12”; daggerboard fully down 5’9”
• Empty boat weight 2550 lbs; trailer weighs 530 lbs.
• Mast Raising System (came w/boat) uses winch mounted on aluminum pole making easy for one person to raise/lower mast (e.g. allows for taking down mast for trailering or lowering mast onto stern cradle for low bridge passage)
• Fresh water use only in Lake Tahoe (summer use only max. 3 months/year); original hull finish, no bottom paint to maintain
• Lake Tahoe invasive species hull inspection cable loop through bow eye around trailer from last time taken out of the Lake (avoids add’l fee to clean out bilge before launching in Lake Tahoe)
• Boat/trailer has always been covered and protected from sun and weather when out of water

Engine:
• 50hp Evinrude ETEC outboard; direct injected 2-stoke, 2 cylinder EPA low emissions meeting stringent California 3-star emission standards on Lake Tahoe
• Power tilt conveniently activated from toggle switch on throttle arm
• Unique automatic winterizing cycle protects inside engine before storing for extended period of time
• <250 hrs (on engine hour gauge)
• Evinrude spare propeller
• West Marine Racor 120R-RAC-01 Water/fuel separator w/2 new spin-on replacement filters Racot #R12T (West Marine no. 129660)
• 2- 12 gallon portable plastic gas tanks
• Engine hour gauge (in 1/10th hours) on steering console
• Safety engine shut-off harness attaches to person running engine

Exterior:
• Gauhauer Marine Stainless Steel Rigid Boom Kicker (eliminates need to attach a Topping Lift line to hold up boom when mainsail lowered- we found functional very nice and easy to use accessory!)
• Hull professionally polished and waxed hull and deck w/Driven Premium Polymer Marine Polish ($1,500 job)
• Turning block for boom vang contol line aft
• Davis rigging covers for mast stays
• Padded lifeline covers
• Bow anchor roller
• Bimini over main cockpit, folding/removable (Sunbrella, black)
• Digital Hawkeye depth finder w/programmable shallow depth alarm
• Twin rudders (so one or two are in water when heeling, much more maneuverability motoring around docks, etc.
• Padded lifeline cushions (Sunbrella, white)
• Emergency Life Sling Throwable Rescue System w/50’ line in vinyl bag secured to cockpit stanchion
• Emergency “Resq Throw Disc” and line
• 110V snap covered shore power receptacle on starboard side of deck (allows hookup to shore power or generator)

Interior:
• Origo single burner alcohol marine stove w/metal potholder 4000 accessory mounted in gallery countertop w/adjustable burner heat and wood cutting board top
• Uniden Marine VHF DSC 2-way ship to shore radio w/ channel scanner, NOAA weather channel, and hull mounted fold down (for trailing) 6’ Shakespeare whip antenna
• King size berth
• Sliding galley on tracks to increase bench seating room on port side when not cooking
• AC 110V 30amp breaker and GFIC plug w/two 110V AC outlets Multi-fused electrical switch panel e.g. cabin lights, mast light, running lights, accessory
• 12V cigarette lighter style plug near galley
• Fire extinguisher and wall bracket
• 2- 12V deep-cycle batteries
• Perko Battery Selector Switch i.e. Off, Bat.#1, Bat.#2, Both (allows for one battery to be reserved for engine starting, 2nd battery for house lights and appliances, etc.
• 110V Battery charger (operates when shore power plugged in, otherwise batteries charged by outboard engine’s alternator) installed in overhead compartment above table
• Thetford Porta-Potti, AquaMate 885 Electric flush and 5-gal. portable holding tank w/level gauge indicator

Sails:
• Doyle Main 170 sq. ft. w/intermediate reefing ties (reduces sail area during high winds); new nylon mainslides installed
• 105% Working Jib 130 sq. ft. (comes slightly past mast and sheets to tracks on cabin top) attached to CDI Rolling Furler, lines aft
• 150% Genoa 206 sq. ft. - brand new w/storage bag
• CDI Self-furling for jib w/control line aft
• Barton Lightweight single line Lazy Jack system
• Winch handle for the two Lewmar winches
• Set of 4 colored mainsail ties

Cockpit:
• Suction mesh bags to keep lines tidy and off the deck
• Red telltales (removable) for wind direction on wire stays
• Set (removable) of Grippit brand wine glass holders, can/bottle holders for cockpit
• 2 Lewmar winches and cleats
• Charlevoix nylon flag clips on stern rail
• Marine Aqua Meter Prestige Class bulkhead compass (lighted for nighttime when engine running) w/sun cover when not in use
• Heeling indicator gauge (in degrees)
• Bimini w/study zippered storage bag (Blue Water Yachts), Sunbrella, black; collapses and folds down on cockpit stern or detaches for storage below deck

Extra gear included

Additional Accessories:
• 50’ waterproof heavy gauge marine 6-gauge dockside power cord
• Exterior covered male plug for dockside power cord (allows hookup to shore power or generator)
• Anchors (2) in bow anchor locker:
1. Aluminum lightweight Fortress FX-7 on 200’ 1/2” New England Ropes’ mega plait anchor line w/thimble (breaking strength 7,000 lbs) and chain rode
2. Danforth w/ 3/8” anchor line and chain rode
3. Anchor bracket on railing to hold anchor
• FinDelta Anchor Sail by www.BannerBayMarine.com (reduces needless boat swing and strain on anchor road in winds while anchored)Rocker Stoppers –two sets of 3 orange stoppers with 10 lb. mushroom anchor, one for each side of boat
• Alcohol denatured (i.e. soot-free) for kitchen stove
• Engine oil (1 gal. can)
• Hull waxes, hull/deck cleaners and yacht polish bottles
• Solar Power Panel trickle charger e.g. battery and smartphone charging
• Inflatable dingy w/paddles and footpump
• Six new (6) clean orange life vests
• Set of Taylor and Dockmate fenders (hull protective bumpers for docking) w/quick set line fender cam adjuster/holders on lifeline stanchions
• Magma stainless steel propane grill Model A10-296 w/rail mount including BBQ grill and fish/veggie Teflon finish grill accessories and Sunbrella cover
• Sail repair tape
• Assorted stainless steel nuts, bolts, washers, ring dings, clevis pins, fuses, wire, spare bow pin, spare rudder trailering bolts, etc.)
• Anchor bracket bolts to stanchion, bow pulpit
• Very heavy duty canvas bag w/lifeline clip for carrying parts, tools around up on deck
• Custom designed assembly for clipping to mooring buoy w/rubber line snubber w/spar buoy and floats for easy pickup w/boat hook
• Extendable floating boat hook w/safety line to clip to deck lines
• Wine goblet rack w/lexan wine glasses

Matching Set of Sunbrella Canvas Covers- Marine Royal Blue
• Custom working jib (zippered) w/multiple loops
• Main sail and boom sheets (rotating pin grommet closures)
• Outboard Engine Cowling
• Steering Console: wheel, throttle, gauges, and pedestal handle
• Magma BBQ grill
• Bimini top (Black w/matching black heavy double zippered protective storage cover)

Cushions (complete matching set in excellent condition):
• V-berth (2)
• 9’ port bench and seat w/ backrest pillows)
• Dinette (2 bench seats, 2 backrest pillows, insert (for ice chest cutout next to table) when converted to bed); removable back rest for ease of access to starboard berth
• Kingsize Berth (2 halves w/ removable inset for ice chest)
• Cockpit bench seating (2)

Improvements to the hull, deck, rigging, engine, or interior

New steering system:
• Rack and pinion 5715 steering w/1x3 8’ Teleflex
• Rudder crossbar and rudder post for 26M
• Tiller arm for 26M
• Rudder post for 26M
• SS bolt, nut and washer assemblies
• Two (2) Macgregor rudders (port, starboard on stern)

Specialized Custom-made Accessories for 26M: (purchased from Blue Water Yachts i.e. www.bwyachts.com and professionally installed by Inland Sailing Co. Rancho Cordova, CA):
• All Lines aft kit
• Single line reefing kit
• Engine steering quick disconnect (to disconnect engine do it can be elevated out of water during sailing i.e. no drag or hard to steer helm)
• Swim ladder w/ fold-down lower section goes below waterline for ease in climbing back into cockpit, permanently on stern
• Swim ladder grab handle
• Extra wide stairs connecting cockpit and inside cabin
Pacific Blue Sunbrella zippered jib cover w/tabs
• Steering Pedestal Grab Handle/Guard e.g. GPS mount
• Outhaul kit (for mainsail boom)- runs line through turning block and into a clam cleat making sail tension easy to adjust from cockpit
• Cabin entrance grab handle on sliding hatch
• Upgraded rotating mast bearings
• Upgraded Mainsheet Block w/Snap Shackle Quick Release where mainsheet attaches to traveler aka “mainsheet air set block set”
• New floor carpets (tan)
• Rig tuning tool for loosening/tightening mast shrouds

Modifications:
• Lines aft kit: main sail haul sheet, boom vang, jib CDI Flexible Furler 2 rolling furler, daggerboard lift, port/starboard jib
• Pulley lift lines for each rudder (much easier to lift and secure rudders out of water)
• Turning block added to daggerboard lift line (easier lifting from cockpit)
• Mast modified to allow new nylon mainsail slides to be installed when installing mainsail slides inside mast
• Custom aluminum plate cover over sail feed slot in mast; allows mainsail slides to go all the way down to the boom, allowing the sail to stack much smaller when lowered, also makes reefing easier
• Davis pivoting wind indicator vane mounted on top of mast
• Top of mast mooring light wired to cabin interior switch console w/detachable deck plugin (allows mast removal)
• 360 degree anchor light on top of mast
• 2 sliding trays underneath galley table (slides don’t open when heeling)
• LED bulbs 12V to replace battery draining OEM cabin incandescent lights

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