The Odin 820 is a great alternative to the more commonly seen Macgregor 26, offering the same useful combination of sailing, high speed motoring and spacious open plan accommodation. Rarely found in the UK, they have a higher level of finish below and a more substantial feel than the Macgregor 26X or 26M.
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The accommodation offers 6/7 berths in the open plan cabin with approx. 5'10 headroom. Double V berth forward with stowage beneath, shelves and hatch to foredeck, separated from the saloon by a curtain. Saloon with settees to port and starboard with stowage beneath and eye level lockers. Linear galley aft to port consisting of an Origo 2-burner spirit stove with cutting board, moulded sink with cold water supply, coolbox and stowage in various lockers and fitted racks. Very large double/triple berth under cockpit sole. Separate heads compartment aft to starboard with chemical toilet, washbasin and storage. Manually pumped water system with 10 litre water and waste tanks at each sink. Blue upholstery, carpets and forepeak linings. Oak finished cabinetry with moulded headlining throughout.
Located on transom, Mercury 50hp 4-stroke petrol outboard engine. Single lever controls with power trim/tilt and electric start. Binnacle mounted wheel steering. 25 Litre removable plastic fuel tank.
2 x 12v Batteries charged via engine alternator. Battery isolator switch. Electrical distribution panel. 12v Socket. Full cabin lighting.
Fractional sloop rig. Anodised aluminium mast and boom. Hinged mast step and optional mast raising system. Stainless steel standing rigging. Terylene running rigging. Slab reefing mainsail. Headsail furling system. Adjustable Genoa cars. 6 x Jammers. 2 x Antal 7 sheet winches.
Odin 820 built by Yachten in 2002 to an Odin Yachten design. White GRP hull and superstructure with blue style stripes and decks with moulded non-slip surfaces. Water ballast system with lifting keel (776Kg water ballast, 130Kg fixed ballast including keel with 50kg of lead ballast) for ease of launching and trailing. Lifting centreboard operated by line led aft to cockpit. Twin lifting rudders. Wheel steering to outboard and rudders. Self draining cockpit and anchor well. Rubber rubbing strakes.
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