|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|07-06-2008 10:35 AM|
|Flightsport||I have a 26 but my registration says 25 as the nice lady at the MA DOR said that it would save me about 15 bucks a year! ($85 vs $100 for over 25'). Maybe this was the case with yours, thats why the title says 25'.|
|05-08-2007 09:19 PM|
7.6 aka columbia 25'
I have a 1978 Columbia 7.6 25' 1" The 26 is A totally different boat.
|12-13-2006 01:48 PM|
This is a little late, but that ad's for a Bill Tripp designed Columbia 26 MkII. Actual length is about 25' 6"
I would have guessed the same as Radicalcy until I saw the ad
|08-22-2006 05:07 PM|
|Plumcrazy||Ok, thanks to many at sailnet for helping me to identify it: http://www.boat-world.com/boatads/1132776946.html|
|08-21-2006 11:55 PM|
Columbia 25 is a 7.6
Most brokers and boatyard owners are less than knowledgeable about the older production boats, and just identify them by Maker and length. There is no Columbia 25, but the 7.6 is 25 feet, 1 inch long. Go back to the Columbia website and check the stats on the 7.6.
|08-21-2006 09:20 PM|
Anyone ever seen a Columbia 25 (1976)?!!!
I can't even find a picture of one on the web from that year. I'm buying one in reparable shape (cost effective repairs). I want to know the beam , draft, etc., but it's not even listed as a model on http://www.columbia-yachts.com. It is called a 1976 Columbia 25. Any info would be of great help.