I googled Aquilon 26 and one of the hits was the review you posted and this was the other one. I just checked the website and it’s pretty clunky although they have listings for multi million dollar boats! The info on the 265 is probably just old dusty data that no one cleaned up, however it would still be relavant to something contemplating buying a used one.
Allow me to chime in. I owned an Aquilon 26. In fact, I was the southeast rep for the boat. I also knew the designer and builder of the boat. The major difference between the 26 and the 265 Is that the 26 had a gennaker and the 265 had a screecher. My boat was very fast. Depending on conditions, I could outrun an F-27. And could always keep up with them
Now for the bad part. The interior of the boat was put together with bathroom caulk and the boat started to fall apart. The boat has been out of the water for years. I am having it rebuilt. There was nothing like it when I bought it and there has been nothing like it since
Thanks for the insight! You wouldn’t happen to have any information on how it comes apart / how you get it ready for travel on the trailer do you? For example is a Crain needed or what does the process look like? Thank you. Truenorthsailingcharters@gmail.com