Ahoy Sailing Charters
Tanzer 26- "Pommie Bee"

Local charts provided covering Waupoos Island to Brockville, let us know if you need additional charts.  PORTS guide also supplied.


Equipment List:

1982 Tanzer 26
L.O.A.: 26’ 4” (8.03m)
L.W.L:. 22’ 6” (6.86m)
Beam: 8’8” (2.64m)
Draft: 3’ 10”(1.17m)
Displacement: 4350 lbs. (1977 kg.)
Ballast: 1950 lbs. (886 kg.)
Sail area: 271 sq. ft. (25.17 sq. m)
Headroom: 5’ 11”
Berths: 5 (2 doubles, 1 single)

Basic Boat:.
18 HP Mercury 2 stroke outboard. Electric start.
25 L (7 Gallons) fuel tank, good for at least 5 hours. Spare 10 L gas can. Outboard oil provided.
Freshwater tank 45 L (12 Gallons).
Starting battery.

House battery.
Hard shell dinghy.
Force 10 BBQ. Mounted on stern rail, but can also be set up on picnic table. Bring own propane canisters. The standard green disposable ones available at Canadian Tire or any hardware store in Canada.
Tiller steering.


Bug Screens for companionway and forward hatch.
Wind Scoop and solar vent for forward hatch.
Basic tool kit.
Fenders (6)
Dock lines.
Swim ladder.
Bruce anchor with 26’ chain and 150’ rode.
Boat hook.
Head with holding tank. (38 L or 10 Gallons)

Galley & Cabin:

Refrigerated icebox.
Fresh Dishtowels (2).
Paper towels (2 rolls).
Toilet paper (5 rolls).
Dish soap.
Cleaning supplies.
Floor brush and dustpan.
2 burner proane stove.
Coffee purcolator.
Tea kettle.
Pots and pans.
Pasta strainer.
Dishes, glasses, coffee cups.
BBQ Utensils.
Clothe pins.
Oven Mitts.
Can opener.
Cheese grater.
Ice Box.
Ample interior lights.

Navigation and Safety:


Speed and Depthfinder.
Adult Lifejackets (6). Let us know if you need more adults jackets or youth jackets. Please give us the weight of each child, so we can ensure to provide the proper sizes.
VHF Marine Radio.
2 Fire extinguishers.
Throw rope.
Air horn.
First aid Kit.

PORTS Guide.

Nautical charts (Picton to Ivy Lea).
Watertight flashlight and batteries.


271 sq. ft. (25.17 sq. m)
Sloop, masthead rig.
Full batten main.
Furling Jib.
All halyards lead to cockpit.


Note: Boat will be fully fuelled, water tanks full and head holding tank empty. Charterers must provide own bedding including pillows, and towels. Please see our What You Should Bring for helpful suggestions.