Pearson 26 Masthead Sloop - the jib/genoa raised to the top of the mast)
Fun boat to sail. Ready to sail right away without any changes. Stable and safe for families.
Length 26 feet
Beam 8.5 feet
Draft 4.0 feet
Displacement 5,400 lbs (total dry weight)
Ballast 2,200 lbs
New Mainsail sewn to Pearson Specs about 6 years ago.
Genoa in very good condition.
Total Sail Area 322 square feet.
New Coleman 9.9 HP engine installed on new retractable engine mount about 6 years ago. Very few hours of use.
5 gal. fuel tank fits into storage area molded into the cockpit.
Manual flush head (toilet) with storage tank.
1 standard car battery operates all Nav lights from switch panel
Tiller steering with recently fiber glassed and marine varnished.
New Companionway boards custom made using Mahogany. They were fiber glassed/epoxied/varnished both sides to prevent warping.
All original foam cushions have been cleaned, stored in house. Large role of cushion vinyl provided with the boat.
Includes Anchor and Rode
Includes safety gear like various life vests, dock lines, aux. swim ladder.
Bilge is completely dry, no leaks, no smells.
Fresh water tank capacity 22 gal.
Sink with manual hand pump.
Mast Height 35 feet
All Running Rigging in very good condition.
All Standing Rigging fine.
Note: bottom has algae grown. Deck has funky blue swirls on it. It must have been waxed with car wax in bright sun or something. Some dings to the leading edge of the bow only, from bumping dock during storms while in the slip.
No other fiberglass damage, issues or leaks.
Sailboat Location and Marina Description
Fort Worth TX, Eagle Mt. Lake, just north of FtW, east side of lake.
Marina Harbor 1 on Boat Club Rd, Fort Worth, TX 76179
Very Inexpensive Slip Fees
Slip Dock "D" - slip D-08. About the 3rd slip on the right side. less that 100 feet from the parking lot. Call me for Gate Lock Combination to see EXTERIOR of the sailboat. Arrange a weekend day/time for inspection inside & out.
Price just reduced to $3,500. Reasonable offers "will be considered", only AFTER you have seen the sailboat. I am glad to perform Sea Trials with serious potential buyers.