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26C, S, D... what's the difference?

Discussion in 'Ask A Macgregor Owner' started by Cappn Mark, Dec 2, 2008. Add this thread to a FAQ

  1. Fly_H23

    Fly_H23

    Joined Mar 2, 2011
    489 posts, 3 likes
    Compac 14
    US Charleston, SC
    Great info in this thread. I'm thinking a 26D or S might make a great next sailboat.
     


  2. rgranger

    rgranger

    Joined Jan 19, 2010
    4,608 posts, 685 likes
    Hunter 26
    US Smith Mountain Lake
    @Fly_H23 If you run across a Mac 25 in good shape.... and have the tow vehicle to handle it, don't write that off and take a look. The Mac 25 is a fast sailboat ... just pay close attention to the condition of the keel.
     


  3. Fly_H23

    Fly_H23

    Joined Mar 2, 2011
    489 posts, 3 likes
    Compac 14
    US Charleston, SC
    I'm very familiar with the Mac 25, I owned a Venture 22 a long time ago. I just don't like the heavy keel/winch setup. I agree, a Mac 25 is fast!
     


  4. rgranger

    rgranger

    Joined Jan 19, 2010
    4,608 posts, 685 likes
    Hunter 26
    US Smith Mountain Lake
    Agreed.. I also had a Mac 22.
     



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