The owner bought this boat in 2008
General condition and any additional information
Boat shows some wear. Trailer included.
The weathertight cabin offers full standing headroom, and comfortable accommodations for family cruising. The large sofa seats and dinette seats can be used for conversational seating, or as comfortable berths. The galley, with lots of storage space, is on the left. It has a sink, large counter space, and a stove. The galley top is standard kitchen counter height. Behind the mirrored bulkhead there is a fully enclosed head compartment. A large double berth is forward, with a big overhead foredeck hatch for good ventilation. The table is large and sturdy, and four people can comfortably have a meal. Looking toward the rear of the cabin, you can see the large entry hatch, entry steps and a really big rear berth. It is about the size of a queen-sized bed. The berth has full sitting headroom over a large area. A berth this large (6’6 x 5’ 9”) is rare in a boat of any size. A large portable ice chest is stored in place of the removable cushion on the forward starboard corner of the rear berth. The battery is located in the compartment directly under the ladder. The cockpit seats are over 6 feet long, and can be used on a nice night for outside sleeping. The rear dinette seat back is easily removable for access to the rear berth on the starboard side. The counter height is the same as you will find in the average home kitchen. There is full standing headroom when working at the galley. The galley has its own water supply and lots of storage. The black square above the cabin light is the electrical panel. There are tunnels throughout the deck liner for wiring for additional electrical items. The electrical panel and the round hatch on the opposite side are removable for access to the back of instruments that may be mounted on the rear face of the cabin. This is the galley in the rear position. In this position, the majority of the galley is still out in the main cabin, and the stove and sink can be used. The seat cushions are 5” thick, and the seat backs are soft and comfortable. The floors are carpeted, and all surfaces are nicely finished. The table lowers to provide a very wide 7’ 5” single berth. The 26 will sleep a total of 6 adults. This is far too large of a crowd, but it is possible. There is the enclosed head compartment. We offer a portable and removable head, but is it possible to install a conventional thru hull marine toilet and holding tank. There is a good, solid head door for privacy. The door folds in the center and hinges against the back of the mirrored bulkhead. This setup is a lot better than the total lack of privacy offered by the under-bunk heads found in most small boats.
1. Furling genoa 150% 206 sq. ft 19.14 sq. meters
2. Main sail 170 sq. ft 15.79 sq. meters
3. Crusing spinnaker (with sock) 350 sq. ft 32.52 sq. meters
Improvements to the hull, deck, rigging, engine, or interior
a) New VHF Radio with AIS – Standard Horizon GX2200 connected over NMEA183 to
the C90W Chartplotter (AIS data displayed on Chartplotter). Remote mic lead to
b) Chartplotter – Raymarine C90W
c) Raymarine Wind Instruments
d) Raymarine Tridata 60+ (Depth, Speed, Water temperature)
e) Raymarine SPX-5 Autopilot
f) SeaTalk and SeaTalkNG network
g) Raymarine i70 Display
h) Fog Horn.
i) NMEA2000 Engine Electronic Data Harness.
j) Alarm Light and buzzer connected to the chartplotter
a) New 12 VDC Power Distribution System with CuttOff switch.
b) New 120 VAC Power Distribution System.
c) Shore Power (SmartPlug 30A).
d) Solar Panel (80W) with charger.
e) 2 New House batteries.
g) Inside Cabin LED Lights.
h) Red/White night light over the table.
i) Batteries charger.
3. Furniture and appliances:
a) Custom Galley with 2 burners non-pressurized Origo Alcohol Stove.
b) Waeco 85 Gt Refrigeration Box (12 VDC and 120 VAC).
c) Galley Attached cabinet.
d) Windows Covers.
e) Heating System.
f) 2 Water tanks – total of 9 gallons (35 liters)
a) 21” Steering wheel.
b) Additional 25 kg lead in dagger board.
c) “Lazy Jack” for main sail.
d) Binnacle Compass S87-400.
e) Sail Cover.
f) Custom Binnacle Cover.
g) Navigation LED Lights.
h) Anchor light.
i) Mobri radar reflector.
j) Drinks holder from “Snap-it”
k) Spinnaker Sock
m) Fuel capacity: 2 x 12 gallons (90.85 liters)