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GH26 2012 DEMO DAYSAILER

GH26 #5 is an opportunity for a prospective owner to customize his or her boat right at the factory. Presently in sailing condition but with many details still open, it allows an extraordinary amount of flexibility in equipment and decor at exceptional costs.

This Great Harbor 26 Daysailor (GH26DS) is a development of the original "Weekender" version. Accepting that most people only use the boat on a daily basis and might only get in the cabin for a cold drink or to sit out the rain, we redesigned the deck and layout to accommodate those needs and to simplify the boat.

26 Daysailor cockpit sailing

The result is a lovely traditional look on a boat that will sail with the best. This boat was launched at Gibson Island in the Chesapeake in October. We had her docked near the Annapolis Sailboat Show for demonstration but did not put her in the show as we had not completed many of the final details of her construction. She is now back in Maine and ready to be completed. We hope that a prospective owner will find her to be interesting in that they can take an active part in her finish.



To keep her cabin open, we built this boat with a fixed keel. It has the same underwater profile as the lift keel 26s, but does not have the keel trunk located in the cabin necessitated by the lifting mechanism and clearance for the keel. The boat still is of a beam and length to be trailerable and she is a bit lighter as a result of not having the lift keel accommodations.

2605 Interior

Down below, the interior is designed to be comfortable and open. The short berth forward is primarily built as a berth for the younger set. The comfortable seats are just right for settling in with a book on a rainy afternoon or waiting out a squall.

We are installing a stainless steel ice box in the port counter and a sink with hand pump for potable water in the starboard side. The marine head is located under the port seat. There is a holding tank with deck pump out fitting located under the forward berth.






SPECIFICATIONS:

TYPE: Great Harbor 26
DESIGNER: Bill Cook
MANUFACTURER: Great Harbor Yachts, Inc.
YEAR BUILT: 2012
LENGTH OVERALL: 26' 0"
LENGTH WATERLINE: 20' 6"
BEAM: 7'10"
DRAFT KEEL DOWN: 4'10"
DISPLACEMENT: 3800 lbs. (est)
BALLAST: 1400 lbs.
RIG: 7/8 Sloop
SAIL AREA:
MAIN: 177 sq. ft.
JIB: 126 sq. ft.
TOTAL: 303 sq. ft.

HULL: The hull is cored from below the sheer to close to the centerline with 1/2" core cell. The hull is painted with Jade Green Awlgrip.

DECK: Epoxy laminated plywood (3 layers) over laminated fir frames. The deck has mahogany cabin sides and trim. The cabin top and base deck are covered with Dynel set in epoxy.

ENGINE AND POWERTRAIN: Nanni 2 cylinder 10HP diesel with saildrive,2 blade folding prop. 12 Gallon polyethylene fuel tank.

BILGE PUMPS: Two, one manual in the cockpit and an automatic electric pump mounted in the bilge.

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM: 12VDC battery/system with distribution panel and gauges.
Off-On switch for main circuits.

POTABLE WATER: Hand pump at forward sink with 20 gallon tank forward under V-berth.

HEAD: Groco manual head with 12 gallon holding tank and deck pumpout plumbing.

ELECTRONICS:
ICOM VHF
SONY STEREO
Raymarine boat speed and depth.
RIG: Tapered aluminum spar and boom with white urethane paint. Internal halyards. Boom Vang and double reef set up. Hinged mast step.

SAILS:
Sails of manufacturer and style to be determined by owner.
Harken Jib Furling

DECK HARDWARE:
Three Harken self tailing winches for jib sheet, main and jib halyards.
Jammer for halyards on cabin top.
Storage for teak companionway slats on top of companionway slide.
Mahogany cabin top handrails
Jib tracks with wide angle lead blocks.
Lewmar hinged forward hatch.
Cowl vents aft for engine room ventilation.

GROUND TACKLE AND MISC GEAR:
Danforth 12HT anchor with chain and line.
Fenders and docklines.
Safety gear including flares, lifejackets, horn.
There is more information on the Great Harbor 26's on the GH26 page

This boat is being offered at $148,000.00.

The information presented here is believed to be correct, but is not warranted. If you wish more information, please write or call Hank at 207-610-2300.


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