Don't let the age fool you, this isn't a dirty, outdated 1980's boat! This boat has seen extensive updating recently to make it a clean and comfortable hangout. The LED lighting gives the cabin a nice bight clean crisp feeling, unlike most boats from the 80's. The new carpet feels good on your bare feet and all the new upholstery makes each seat an instant favorite. This is a must see boat if you are considering buying something in this price range.
3 large births and a large head on a 26' boat? It can be done and is shown here. Plenty of room for everyone!
Recently updated with many new parts in 2017 including:
Carpet, upholstery ($5000), horn, water pump, stereo system and speakers, in addition to extensive work done to the engines to make this a seaworthy and comfortable vessel!
The Cruis- ers 260 Vee Sport (called the 2660 Vee Sport in 1988-91) enjoyed a good deal of popularity during her long 12-year pro- duction run. Unlike trailerable boats her size, the 266 boasts a wide 10-foot beam, and her raised foredeck design provides a surprising amount of Headroom: below. Note that instead of a traditional midcabin interior, the Vee Sport has a more open floorplan incorporating a quarter berth extending beneath the cockpit sole. An offset double berth is forward, and the full- service galley features a stove and microwave in addition to an under-counter refrigerator and storage drawers. Aside from cosmetic updates (interior decor, helm console, hull graph- ics, etc.), the Cruisers 266 Vee Sport remained relatively un- changed over the years. A fiberglass swim platform, sport arch, and teak bow pulpit were standard. The cockpit-roomy for a 26-footer-seats six in comfort.