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Blue Water Yachts

Supporting all years of MacGregor and Tattoo sailboats with factory parts and service. Used MacGregor and Tattoo boats reconditioned and approved by BWY.

Poco Marine

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Inlet Marine

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48 North Sailing Magazine

MacGregor 26

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Facebook – MacGregor / Tattoo 26 Owners Group

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Macgregor / Tattoo 26 Owners Group

This group has been setup to allow Macgregor / Tattoo 26 owners to share their boating experiences.
John Francis
John FrancisTuesday, November 21st, 2017 at 11:21am
I am considering purchasing a 150% Genoa. I have a CDI furler. So is it worthwhile and where in OZ might I obtain one?
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Jacob Hansen
Jacob HansenTuesday, November 21st, 2017 at 3:12pm
A little edit I made today on lake pleasant Arizona. Who says you can’t sail in the desert 😉
Jacob Hansen
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Marc Lakehouse
Marc LakehouseTuesday, November 21st, 2017 at 8:37am
Hello sailors
hope everyone have a good holiday.
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Jurgen Billhofer
Jurgen BillhoferTuesday, November 21st, 2017 at 8:41am
Front windows on the 26M
My front looking windows are extremely leaking.
I put a beat of silicon around them and that stopped most of it.
The real fix is obviously to take the windows out and completely reseal them.
Here are my questions for all of you that did that repair before:
• Are the 4 screws holding each window sheet-metal type or are there nuts behind it?
• Once you remove and cleaned the window and the seat, what did you use to reseal them?
• Are there any additional tricks, like putting screws in the center of each side to make the windows follow better any flexing of the deck under load?
Any assistance is greatly appreciated 
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Steve Campbell
Steve CampbellSunday, November 19th, 2017 at 1:28pm
Have you heard the expression "as slow as waiting for wet paint to dry"? Well waiting for white paint is a total pain.
The glassing on the timber is going well.
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