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Norísea 26 Pilothouse

Just picked up a 1979 Norísea 26 Pilothouse today and canít find much on it on the internet. Does anyone have any useful information on it? Or better yet, does anyone have one?
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Re: Norísea 26 Pilothouse

Oooh, very jealous.

Is it rude to ask what they asked, vs what you paid?

Location, condition, trailer?
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Re: Norísea 26 Pilothouse

$1,000 USD and some labor trade of my boyfriendís welding skills. lol The trailer is in great condition with easy rollers and the boat really just needs a good power wash and some teak oil. It doesnít even need bottom paint! I havenít checked out the sails yet. It rains 6 months out of the year where I live, so itís perfect! Iíll try to get some photos this weekend and post them. From what I can find online, I think they didnít make many of the 26s and really focused more on the production of the 27. We sail Humboldt Bay in Northern California. Iíll be selling my Laguna 22 now that we have this.
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OMG, speechless. . .
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Re: Norísea 26 Pilothouse

Mmmm...I own a Nor'sea 27 since 2011. This is the first I have heard of a Nor'sea 26 let alone a pilothouse. When I was in the market I recall someone had added a hard enclosure on a 27. For a grand you can't go wrong and you got a trailer to boot. Post some pictures soon please.

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Re: Norísea 26 Pilothouse

This came from the original owner. We didn't go to the marina today, so I'll take actual photos later.
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Re: Norísea 26 Pilothouse

Cool looking trailer sailer. Found some images online. Looks like it has a mast tabernacle. Comfy for sailing in damp chilly weather.
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lovely, to these eyes
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That is one cool lookin' boat!!
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Re: Norísea 26 Pilothouse

Ok, so it needs to be thoroughly cleaned inside and out, and the teak all sanded and oiled, but overall, she's in great shape. The sails are in amazing condition, just need to be cleaned. We'll paint the space between the two rails on the hull to match the cranberry color of the sail edges. There's a lot of junk in there, and she hasn't had a hull cleaning in 6 years, but I have a feeling with a little elbow grease this winter, she's going to turn out to be a beauty! The 15 hp Yanmar fired right up, we just need to change the oil filter. And the enclosed head has over 6' of room to stand up. That's important. haha
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