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The new Tattoo 26 replaces the Macgregor 26m as your universal machine for sailing, motoring, cruising, and camping on the water.
- LOA – 25′ 10″
- LWL – 23′ 2″
- Beam – 7′ 8″
- Draft, board up – 12″
- Draft, board down – 5′ 9″
- Engine capacity – 5 to 60 h.p.
- Speed, 60 hp outboard – up to 19 knots
- Water Ballast – 1,172 lbs.
- Permanent Ballast – 300 lbs.
- Total Ballast – 1,472 lbs.
- Boat weight, less ballast – 2,500 lbs.
- Trailer weight (standard trailer) – 710 lbs.
- Main – 189 sq. ft.
- Jib - 119.5 sq. ft.
- Main and jib – 308.5 sq. ft.
- Genoa - 183 sq. ft.
- Cruising Spinnaker – 350 sq. ft.
- Mast height above deck – 30′ 0″
- Mast height above water – 35′ 0″
- Cabin headroom – 6′ 0″
- Fresh water capacity – 9 gallons
- Fuel Capacity – 24 gallons
- Berths – 2 double, 2 single
What are the differences between the Tattoo 26 and the MacGregor 26?
- The Tattoo 26 differs from the MacGregor 26 as follows:
- The standard boat is white with blue stripes on both the hull and deck. The blue is a dark navy and the white is warmer than MacGregor white. We also offer a navy blue hull with white stripes.
- We have reduced the size of the stripes on the deck. We also break the upper stripe between the side and front windows.
- Stern rails are now standard equipment.
- The steering pedestal has been redesigned. We have modified the helmsman’s seat both to strengthen it and make access easier.
- The interior liner is cream and the cushions are a lighter color with a higher-grade cushion foam. This is neutral enough that the entire look of the interior can be changed with a few accent colors. The bulkheads are now bamboo rather than mahogany finish.
- The table is molded fiberglass that incorporates storage.
- The standard trailer has a galvanized tongue and wheels. The jack and hitch are bolted on rather than welded so they are easier to repair or replace.
- We install a ballast plug with a molded female receiver instead of trying to adjust the plug to the hole in the fiberglass tank.
- A 6-switch 12-volt panel and LED lights are now standard.
- The seat hatches in the cockpit are supplied with straps to keep fuel tanks from sliding out.
- Lines are coded with color tracers, and halyards are led aft to the cockpit.
- The mainsail has been redesigned with a larger head to increase sail area slightly and give a more modern look.
- A topping lift to hold the boom up is now standard.
- The traveller is replaced with a pad eye on centerline and offset positions to move the boom out of the cockpit at anchor. A 4:1 vang is standard equipment. We fit Lewmar aluminum sheet winches.
- We use high quality ISO-DCPD resin instead of Ortho-DCPD resin for improved osmosis resistance.