This is a beautiful sail boat. The craftsman ship is showing through. This boat gets better with age. It's one of those boats that people watch when it passes by.
(TX) 2000 26' TADORNE sloop day sailer /coastal cruiser (Latitude 46-France)
Fiberglass hull, centerboard 1.6' up, 4' down
Teak decks, toe and rub rails, Mahogany interior
Twin main cabin berths, forward V-berth, porta-potty
18 Hp Yanmar diesel inboard (30 hours), 2 batteries
Sloop rigged with Dutchman main sail furling system
Fractional rig, roller furling jib, easily singlehanded
RayMarine instruments, ST 1000 Auto-Tiller, VHF
Sony 8 disc CD Stereo with cockpit and cabin speakers
New full cover (rig up), new cockpit and mainsail cover
Fresh water use only, always covered on dock-side lift
Custom galvanized trailer, new tires, brakes, lights
Original owner, clear title
TADORNE ON LIFT IN SLIP
FULLY COVERED WHEN NOT IN USE
TEAK DECKS AND TRIM
MAHOGANY BENCHES & COAMINGS
FORWARD HATCH / ANCHOR LOCKER
6 PERSON COCKPIT
TILLER / SHALLOW RUDDER
LARGE AFT LOCKER
NEW VARNISH BENCHES/COAMINGS
1.6' BOARD UP / 4' BOARD DOWN
COCKPIT TABLE / ENGINE COVER
ENGINE CONTROLS /30 AMP PLUG
SLIDING HATCH COVER
HATCH BOARDS WITH LOCK
DOCKSIDE LIFT STORAGE
BOAT ALWAYS KEPT ON SLIP LIFT
DARK NAVY BLUE GELCOAT
NEW COCKPIT AND CABIN CUSHIONS
SPEAKERS BENEATH BENCHES
STOVE TO PORT
WATER TO STARBOARD
SINK TO STARBOARD
SONY STEREO WITH 8 DISC CHANGER
ST 1000 AUTO-TILLER
18 HP YANMAR DIESEL UNDER COCKPIT TABLE
LARGE AFT LOCKER
The masthead instruments include a wind direction and speed indicator, and connect via a wire traveling down the mast and through the coachroof at the base of the mast - In the ceiling of the main cabin, the wires coming through the coachroof connect to the pre-installed wires that then travel to the instruments on the side of the companionway, etc. - This connection is concealed in the ceiling of the cabin just under the mast step - This allowed both the mast and the boat to be pre-wired and wires connected after stepping the mast into place - The VHF antennae and the mast head light wires also traverse this same route - When the boat was put on the trailer, and the mast lowered, the wires were cut at the base of the mast outside of the coachroof in a position where they can be easily spliced together - However, this splice will be exposed to weather - It might be a good idea to take this opportunity to replace the wiring and the main halyard in the mast before stepping the mast, and make the wiring connections inside the dry cabin - Most instruments on mastheads now are wireless, which would be another consideration - If you go with the current set-up, the cockpit instruments should be fine.
NEW BATTERIES (2)
NEW RAYMARINE MASTHEAD WIND
INSTRUMENTS, MAST WIRING AND WINDEX
VARNISH RUB AND TOE RAILS
VARNISH COCKPIT TABLE RAILS
NEW BOTTOM PAINT
NEW VHF MASTHEAD ANTENNA
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