$14,990 US Negotiable
The owner bought this boat in 1999
General condition and any additional information
My wife and I bought Macks Mac in Sept 1999 proudly made it ours as you can tell by the name. Unfortunately, time catches up with all of all of us and we are just not as nimble as we once were. Anyone who has sailed knows that balance and mobility are key to sailing.
Great Sailing Performance
Full Standing Headroom
Wheel Steering, upgraded to rack and pinion
Walk Through Transom
Built-In Safety Flotation
Under 8 feet wide for legal trailering
Single Axle trailer, upgraded with two-speed winch
Rig and launch in 30 minutes
Mainsail and 110% jib
Factory interior cushions
Origo Alcohol single burner stove
DI Flexible Roller furler. UV leech protection on jib,
Factory installed boarding ladder.
Extra gear included
Assorted fenders and dock lines. Boat pole.
Bottom paint with epoxy barrier coating.
Eagle Magna III Plus Sonar which finds and displays the bottom, fish, structure etc. It also gives speed and distance traveled.
Standard Communications GX1250S 25 watt VHF-FM marine transceiver
Standard Communications MST600Marine Compact Disc Stereo System (for whatever reason, its quit working so I havent factored it into the price).
Miscellaneous tools and hardware.
Improvements to the hull, deck, rigging, engine, or interior
Asymmetrical spinnaker, like new, w/lauching/dousing sleeve and sheets, Harken control blocks, port and starboard.
Topping lift and Boom vang
Two six gallon fuel tanks w/custom sliding hatch covers.
10 gallon fresh water tank with pressurized water system.
Enclosed head with Thetford tall Port-o-Potti.
Factory option cockpit cushions.
One deep cycle (w/mounting for a 2nd) and one starting battery with digital voltage monitors and Dual battery switch.
Galley has been fitted with custom sliding doors. Includes Goldstar MA-6001W/B microwave, Sima DC/AC inverter and Pro Mariner isolation system
1998 Mercury 4 stroke 50hp w/ oil pressure, hour and voltage gauges on the pedestal.
Helm upgraded to rack and pinion steering.
Jib and main halyards are run aft and controlled by a rope clutch