This classic Tollycraft will make a great first boat or couples cruiser. She has benefited from regular use and her current owners are moving up.
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At 26 feet, 8 inches in overall length, the Tollycraft 26 Sedan is a rugged craft capable of weekends or longer excursions.
Weighing 9,000 pounds, it is a hefty boat for its length and the 10 foot beam was notably wide for the early 1970s.
The Tollycraft 26 also carries a relatively high freeboard and a well-flared bow, to keep water off the decks and out of the cockpit in rough seas. It has walk-around sidedecks — something not all 26-footers can boast — and the foredeck is reasonably large, as well.
The flying bridge is also surprisingly large, with plenty of room for lounging. And then there’s the spacious interior.
The 26 has a complete galley, an inside helm station, an enclosed head compartment and a convertible dinette that transforms into a double berth as well as a good-sized V-berth.
Tollycrafts have always been known for their rugged construction. The boat was built with three separate hand-laminated fiberglass moldings: one for the bridge cowling, one for the house and decks and one for the boat’s modified deep-V hull. The boat carries no fiberglass-covered wood, which can rot over time.