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MacGregor 26

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MacGregor Sailboat Owners

Owners of MacGregor Sailboats
Rob Chamberlain
Rob ChamberlainSaturday, February 24th, 2018 at 5:43pm
When you get an 80 degree day in Feb. lol.
Rob Chamberlain
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Justin Horton
Justin HortonSaturday, February 24th, 2018 at 1:24am
Does it annoy anyone else that the 26s doesn't have any kind of chain locker at all? I have a small flimsy bracket where the anchor is supposed to hang, but I dont because it feels in the way there, in front of the headsail. The chain is just supposed to sit on the deck i guess lol. What does everyone else do? I have just been keeping my whole anchor rig in a bag with the rope hanging out on the floor down below. Obviously not ideal for floor space or using the anchor when you want to. Also, how big an anchor is everyone using? how much chain and rope? 🤔
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Don Mann
Don MannWednesday, February 21st, 2018 at 5:02pm
Is it worth the work to trade my Honda 50Hp for a Honda 75Hp on 26M boat? I would like a little more top end but would a 75Hp make much difference ?
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Christa Wagner McMaster
Christa Wagner McMasterSaturday, February 24th, 2018 at 5:58am
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Nick Nalbone
Nick NalboneWednesday, February 21st, 2018 at 10:47am
So life (The Navy*) throws you curveballs sometimes, and it looks like my wife and I will be heading to Pearl Harbor Hawaii within the next year when my soon-to-be submarine executes a homeport shift after its current shipyard availability. We've figured out moving the cars and the dog and the household goods... but what about the boat??

Anyone have any info or experience fitting a Macgregor 25 on her trailer into a shipping container? The gov will pay the equivalent cost to move an equivalent weight of household goods, so it would feasibly defray the costs of moving to the point where it is economically viable to take the boat with us. Who wouldn't love a boat in Hawaii? We also are definitely guilty of an emotional attachment, means a lot to us for sure and my wife definitely doesn't want to sell her. I've come to terms with the potential sale but depending on when I need to execute these orders it could be a very rushed sale, which means not getting what she's worth at all. She's heavily upgraded with new standing rigging, new main, 1 year old genoa, all rigging aft, whisker pole, new 6hp tohatsu and a spare 2stroke 6hp johnson, trailer reworked with new bunks and great lights, on nearly new tires. New cockpit winches and upgraded rudder and traveler with mid boom sheeting to accomodate standing height bimini top. I think shes squarely over the 7k mark value wise but selling a trailer sailer in a hurry is a tall order. Alternate plan is to list her at a "no questions asked, haul her away today" price and see if someone is interested. Anyone looking for a nice 25?
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