Ericson 26-2 Sail Data

# X-SD-1660

Sailboat Description

The Ericson 26-2 is a small family cruiser designed by Bruce King. The Ericson 26-2 can sleep six and has ample headroom.

LOA: 25' 9"
LWL: 21' 11"
Beam: 9' 3"
Draft: 3' 11" wing keel, 4' 11" deep keel
Ballast: 2,250 pounds
Displacement: 5,250 pounds
Sail Area: 325 square feet

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Boat Specifications

Length25.75 ft
Builder/DesignerEricson Yachts, Inc
Source of DataEricson Yachts, Inc

Rig Dimensions

I
30.5ft
(9296mm)
J
10.5ft
(3200mm)
P
31.5ft
(9601mm)
E
10.5ft
(3200mm)
I2/P2
n/a
J2/E2
n/a

Sail Data

Asymmetrical

Luff31ft
Foot18ft
Leech29ft
Headn/a
Clew-Throatn/a
Stayn/a
CommentsAsymmetrical Cruising Spinnaker 418 sq. ft.

Genoa

Luff30.64*ft
Foot17.11*ft
Leech28.67*ft
Headn/a
Clew-Throatn/a
Stayn/a
Comments150% Genoa, 241 sq. ft.

Genoa

Luff29.75ft
Foot17ft
Leech28ft
Headn/a
Clew-Throatn/a
Stayn/a
Comments150% Furling Genoa, 233 sq. ft.

Genoa

Luff29.75ft
Foot15.5ft
Leech27.5ft
Headn/a
Clew-Throatn/a
Stayn/a
Comments135% Furling Genoa, 211 sq. ft.

Jibsail

Luff26ft
Foot13.083ft
Leech23ft
Headn/a
Clew-Throatn/a
Stayn/a
Comments110% Working jib 150 sq. ft.

Mainsail

Luff31.5*ft
Foot10.5*ft
Leech32.83*ft
Head.33ft
Clew-Throatn/a
Stayn/a
Commentsn/a

*A computer algorithm was used to determine this figure based on partial data (usually the I, J, E, and P). These data points should be carefully checked. More Details >

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