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Topic Review (Newest First)
09-25-2010 09:47 PM
dlandersson
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Originally Posted by deniseO30 View Post
trouble is the, owner still thinks he can 50K for it.
It's Abe Lincoln's old boat?
09-25-2010 07:00 PM
deniseO30 trouble is the, owner still thinks he can 50K for it.
09-25-2010 05:06 PM
UncleJim
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There's one at my YC .. hasn't been in the water in 5 - 7 yrs from what I've been told. Shame. cool looking boat. Twin rudders, BIG out board. water ballast model I believe.
There are many boats of every type that sit for extended periods without being dropped in the water or taken out of the slip. It is a shame. Mac's are a cool little boat imho, will do a little bit of everything.
09-25-2010 02:53 PM
deniseO30 There's one at my YC .. hasn't been in the water in 5 - 7 yrs from what I've been told. Shame. cool looking boat. Twin rudders, BIG out board. water ballast model I believe.
09-25-2010 01:46 PM
dlandersson
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Funny, my wife said the same thing about our 02X. still haven't decided to sell or not, may wait till spring.
I am in the market for a 26X - live on Lake Michigan's Indiana shore.

Also, any input re: local yacht club and the Michigan City coast guard auxiliary (they are trying to recruit me) are welcome.
09-25-2010 06:21 AM
EdWarren Want to SAIL, take a look at the Mac 26s (sailboat, with swing centerboard). Mine is a 1992 and I have sailed it on a large number of midwest lakes and have not found a better boat for the purpose, the swing centerboard has saved my A** seveal times when the depth of water does not match the depth of the boat . With respect to the 26M/x, they are of necissity a comprimise and the big engine adds to the expense. Since I love to sail.. I only use the engine to get into and out of the slip, so my little 9.9 4 stroker is more than I need.
09-24-2010 11:35 PM
UncleJim
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It heels quickly to 20 degrees before it hardens up and that makes some people uncomfortable (read my wife). We sail Lake Michigan most of the time and the Admiral says we need a bigger boat before she will head out too far on the lake or try week long trip.

Check out this site for a very active 26X/26M community. MacGregorSailors.com
Funny, my wife said the same thing about our 02X. still haven't decided to sell or not, may wait till spring.
09-21-2010 09:51 PM
dlandersson
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Yes, I have responded to your PM.
Still for sale?
06-11-2010 11:49 AM
MSN2Travelers
For sail ...

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May one inquire... is Una Mas still for sale?
Yes, I have responded to your PM.
06-11-2010 10:12 AM
TurAelin May one inquire... is Una Mas still for sale?
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