The Macgregor 26 M is the final version of these ever-popular trailer sailers (trailer not included), offering a useful combination of sailing, high-speed motoring (can pull a skier), spacious open plan accommodation and built-in solid foam buoyancy for added safety. A water ballast system affords good sailing ability for their type but keeps the trailing weight low, making them easily towed behind most family saloons if desired (no trailer included or available), they are a truly versatile and economical family boat. Sowenna has a good inventory including marine toilet with holding tank, Yamaha 50hp 4-stroke outboard, Standard Horizon GPS chartplotter, and was epoxy coated beneath the waterline from new, an important and often overlooked option!
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The accommodation offers up to 6 berths in the open plan cabin with approx. 6' max headroom. Double V berth forward with stowage areas and hatch to foredeck. Heads compartment to starboard (separated from the cabin with a bi-fold door which can also close off the forepeak instead) with marine toilet fitted with a holding tank and Y diverter valve, and storage. Dinette to starboard which converts in to another small double berth. Linear galley to port equipped with a gimballed 2-burner Origo spirit stove, moulded sink with manually pumped cold water supply from 5L portable container, and stowage in various lockers. Large aft double berth under cockpit sole with more stowage areas. Caramel leatherette and complimenting light brown cotton upholstery. Built-in stereo CD/radio system.
Located on transom, Yamaha 50hp 4-stroke outboard engine. Single lever pedestal mounted controls with power trim/tilt and electric start. Wheel steering. 2 x 25L Portable plastic fuel tanks for easy refuelling.
The engine was last serviced in October 2019 ready for the 2020 season, engine hours are unknown due to gauge display failure (a common issue) but are believed to be around 550hrs since new.
12v Battery (new 2018) charged via engine alternator. Shorepower system with ring mains and battery charger. Battery isolator switch. Electrical distribution panel. Full cabin lighting.
Fractional sloop rig. Anodised aluminium mast and boom. Hinged mast step and optional mast raising system. Rotating mast system (minimises mast drag). Stainless steel standing rigging. Polyester running rigging. Slab reefing mainsail. CDI Genoa furling system. Adjustable Genoa cars. 2 x Sheet winches.
Macregor 26M built by MacGregor Yachts of the U.S.A in 2005 to their own design, with built-in solid foam floatation system. White GRP hull and superstructure with black style stripes and decks with moulded non-slip surfaces. Water ballast system with lifting keel (521Kg water ballast and 136Kg permanent ballast) for ease of launching and trailing. Lifting centreboard operated by line led aft to cockpit. Twin lifting rudders. Wheel steering to either outboard or rudders. Self-draining cockpit and anchor well. Rubber rubbing strakes.
Originally used as a demonstrator by the main UK importers, Sowenna was purchased by her current owners from the importer in 2012. Since then she has wintered ashore every season, and has been loved and enjoyed! Unfortunately, a combination of ill health and lack of crew now means that use will be limited so she needs to go to a new home for new adventures.
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General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferaft, fire extinguishers and flares etc., are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on board as part of the sale of a used vessel, may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.