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Grady White F26 Tigercat

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Boat REF# 43436
Sold / Unavailable
LOA 7.92m (26'0")
Year 1997
Construction GRP
Underwater profile Planing
Berths 1
Engine 2 x petrol 2 stroke 150hp, Yamaha 150 Salt Water Series (1997)
Lying Massachusetts


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Extra Details

Designer C. Raymond Hunt
Builder Grady White
Lying Massachusetts
Fuel capacity 909.0 ltr (200.0 G) Total - 2 Tanks
Water capacity 20.0 ltr (4.4 G) Total - 1 Tanks
Holding tank capacity 5.0 ltr (1.1 G) Total - 1 Tanks


Engine 2 x petrol 2 stroke 150hp
Engine make and model Yamaha 150 Salt Water Series (1997)
Engine Hours Not Recorded
Engine Cooled Direct
Steering Wheel
Drive outboard
Prop(s) 3 Blade S.S.
Fuel consumption (approx) Not Recorded
Cruising speed (approx) 28 knots
Max speed (approx) 35 knots

Engines have only 350 hours on them!!

$1200 was just spent on tuning them up.


LOA 7.92m (26'0")
Beam 2.59m (8'6")
Draft Min 0.36m (1'2")
Draft Max 0.64m (2'1")
Displacement 2,449kg (5,400.0lbs)
Headroom 1.83m (6'0")

Electrical Systems

12 volt, 3 batteries charged by: engine, shore power


Construction GRP
Underwater profile Planing
Finish Gelcoat finish


$33,000 - cost of boat
$ 5,000 - shipping

Total = $38,000 USD

38,000.00 USD = 19,361.56 GBP
USD = UK Pounds
1 USD = 0.509515 /GBP1 GBP = 1.96265 USD

3388.27 GBP VAT at 17.5% (took an average)

Total estimated cost = $22,749.83 GBP


Total # of berths 1
No. of double berths 1
Cabin(s) 1
Handbasin 1
Heads 1 heads
Sink tick
Curtains tick
Pressurised water system tick
Fresh water wash tick
Raw water wash tick
Cockpit shower tick
Non-Smokers tick

This boat will sleep 2 adults comfortably

Nav Equipment

Compass tick
Speed tick
VHF tick
Stereo tick
Navigation lights tick
Echo sounder tick

Full Cockpit Enclosure, Camper back, Hard Top, Cockpit only lights

Deck Gear

Sun awning tick
Fenders tick
Boathook tick
Swim Ladder tick
Passerelle tick
Cockpit Enclosure tick

1 anchors
2006 Magic Tilt Aluminum Trailer Tandem Axle. AM/FM Stereo, Wipers, and Cabin lights.


Bait Boxes 1 Bait Boxes
Rod Holders 26 Rod Holders
Live Well 204.0 ltr (44.9 G) Live Well

Safety Equipment

Life jackets tick
Horn tick
Boarding ladder tick

4 bilge pumps (0 manual / 4 Electric)

Broker's Comments


The newest trend in offshore fishing boats

It's no secret that the popularity of catamarans as trailerable sportfishing platforms is on the rise. More of them are showing up at the marinas and launch ramps, and these fishing cats are certainly getting plenty of ink in the national boating and fishing publications. This vessel is really the purrfect choice for offshore anglers?

Anglers in remote parts of the world have been using power catamarans for many years, This incredible offshore technology has really needed a big, mainstream company with unimpeachable credibility to step up to the plate, to give the catamaran concept validity in the eyes of the masses. That's exactly what Grady-White has done.

This Tigercat’s planning-hull is ideal in 4- to 6-foot waves and the wind-against-tide.
It is powered by twin 150-hp Yamaha Saltwater Series (only 350 hours) In slow-troll mode, the F-26 trails a stern wake about 3 feet long - virtually nonexistent - and no white water to speak of. At speeds above 7 mph, you'll find two distinct prop-wash lines and a single line of white water on centerline from the outboards and tunnel.

Having the engines mounted on 60-inch centers means when you put one engine in forward and the other in reverse, you can pivot like a dog chasing its tail. Breaking with Grady-White's constantly variable vee (no two points along the hull have the same deadrise) tradition, the Tigercat's deadrise angle remains constant from the transom up to about the helm seat, at which point it starts to vary to a larger angle deep vee. That makes this F-26 Tigercat hull a deep-vee, planning hull. A displacement cat hull will be slower but will have a more fluid motion through the seas than a planning cat hull. A planning hull, like the Tigercat's, is considerably faster but still provides some of the landing-off-a-wave thud we are all used to as the chines and flat surface hit the water. But make no mistake, this boat will take much more weather than any 26-foot mono-hull and do it in greater comfort. There is very minimal blow-back (spray coming out the front of the tunnel) and only when dead into the wind with the engines trimmed all the way down. And what little spray remains very low, close to the foredeck.

As you'd expect from Grady-White, every possible consideration is made for fishing ease. Straight from the factory, the Tigercat accommodates 26 rods. Add the optional T-top for a total of 30. The 11-gallon cooler box will keep your thirst slaked while you dip bait from the 45-gallon live well and load fresh fish into the 60-gallon insulated fish box. If that is not enough room, a 72-gallon insulated fish box, a full 52 inches long, will handle all but the biggest pelagic.

Like the rest of the Grady line, the Tigercat uses solid fiberglass and polyester resins throughout. The walk-around provides plenty of room to access the bow, and the increased stability of the catamaran hull allows you to work the anchor in total security even in the roughish seas.
On the Tigercat, you step down into the fully enclosed shower and head to starboard. An extremely large berth forward provides such massive storage under it.

The 53-square-foot cockpit has a toe rail to hook your feet under while gaffing or reviving fish, and the centerline walk-through accesses the large, open transom bracket area, allowing you to reach a rod tip well out beyond the engines when necessary.
Even though the new Grady-White Tigercat has softer, more rounded lines, designer C. Raymond Hunt Associates managed to do one very important thing: Make the Tigercat look unmistakably like a Grady-White.

These boat details are subject to contract.
Note: Offers on the asking price may be considered.

This Grady White F26 Tigercat has been personally photographed and viewed by ERIK MALTBY of Boatshed Florida. Click here for contact details.
The particulars herein are intended to give a fair description of the vessel but are not guaranteed as accurate. They shall not form part of any offer or contract for the sale of the vessel. The prospective purchaser is recommended to independently check the particulars. The vendor is not selling in the course of a business unless otherwise stated. Personal property is excluded from the sale of the vessel unless specifically included in the listing specifications above or in a Purchase Contract. Personal property may be equipment or gear not permanently attached to the vessel including but not limited to: artwork, entertainment equipment, fishing equipment, TV receivers, recreational equipment, kayaks, tools, and personal appliances. Photos that may incidentally depict owners' personal property do not convey that such items are included in the sale of the vessel unless specifically listed herein.

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