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Luger 26
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1 3209 Wed August 26, 1998
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Description: Luger 26
Keywords: Luger 26
 


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Registered: January 2000
Location: maryland
Posts: 1888
Review Date: Wed August 26, 1998 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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Boat is fiberglass construction. Is a kit boat, where the owner purchases the hull, mast, keel, and other equipment and puts it together as desired. The inside is also finished by the owner to their own specifications. Therefore, the outcome can depend largely on the craftsmanship of the original owner. Fortunetly mine was built by an engineer who had a craving for detail. The boat sleeps four comfortably. It has a rear cockpit, center cabin/galley, hatch door in the deck near the bow. The boat is easy to work on and I was able to pick it up from its third owner for $4,200 on 7/18/98. It has a 7.5 hp Evinrude that seems to power it sufficiently. It has a genoa and a storm jib. As with any older boat things are starting to wear out. I've had to replace the below deck gasoline tank, some of the thru hull drains, and other miscellaneous stuff. The trailer appears to be homemade and therefore isn't quite as balanced as I would like it. I had to replace the bearings which cost about $200 and had to get new tires. I need to add some tounge weight so it doesn't bob up and down when traveling. I am very satisfied so far and believe it will be a great boat for the money. I did have a local sailboat shop owner survey the boat prior to purchasing it which gave me some confidence as to it's sea worthiness.
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