Morgan Out Islander Boats for sale
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1974 Morgan out islander,sloop rigged roller furl jib tiller pilot st 2000 furuno radar marine air gas cooktop kenyon top load cold box atomic universal diesel 3 cyl bimini $5850 boat at midway marina on the tenn-tom in fulton ms
South Yarmouth, Massachusetts
Up for sail is a classic 1978 Morgan Out Islander 41'3" in good condition. I will be at the boat in South Yarmouth, MA 02664 from friday august 14 till monday august 17. The pictures were taken september 2014. The boat sleeps 7 people. No soft spot on the deck. Boat is out of water since 2002 (VERY DRY). A report of marine survey done August 30 2014 by a professional surveyor stating... the boat was worth $ 39,100.00 without the engine and generator. Hull blisters was peeled, dry for 90 days and epoxy put on, used one season since. ( Invoice $10,010.00 repair was done by Harbortown Boatyard in Fort Pierce Florida ) NEW berth cushions and cockpit cushions. NEW cockpit canvas and side curtains. Gel coat cracking, hull oxidized. The masts, running rigging and sails are in very good condition. Old engine and gen-set removed. Include with the boat are Bimini Top, Cockpit Cover, Autopilot, Battery Charger, Compass, Depth Finder, inverter, VHF Radio, Stereo w/Cassette, BBQ, Rod holders, Microwave, Gas Stove, Refrigerator, 2 heads, Water Heater, Bath Sink, Galley Sink, A/C, Anchors, Bilge Pump, Cushions, Fire Extinguisher, Heater, Shore Power, Windlass, Jib, Main Sail, Mizzen Sail, Backstay, Boom, Boom Vang, Forestay, Halyards, Mast, Main Sail cover, Mizzen-Mast, Navigation Lights, Roller Furling, Rudder, Reefing Lines, Self-Tailing Winches, Stays, Tiller, Whisker Pole, Wheel Tiller, Winch Handles,The pedestal and wheel are there. They were taking off to get the engine and gen-set out.... NO structural damage, the boat never sank and NO major accident, the rigging and chain plates was replaced by the second previous owner, the tanks are original the material made... I believe they are aluminum? NO leaks, NO leaks from ports, hatches, hull deck joint, NO rot on bulkheads or stringers. The boat is presently at DRY DOCK MARINE CORP. BOAT HAULING & STORAGE 92 Old Town House Road, South Yarmouth, MA 02664 DRY DOCK MARINE CORP. BOAT HAULING & STORAGE is a do – it – yourself yard or they will do all the work for you... The storage and back in the water is paid until December 31 2015. For boat transportation by land or water to your place you may want to try uship. A deposit of $500 is due immediatly of the end of the auction via Pay Pal. This deposit is non refundable should the buyer fail to pay the remaining balance. The remaining balance is due by cash in person or bank to bank transfer within 3 days from end of auction. The boat is being sold as is, where is, with no warranty, expressed written or implied and remember this boat is a 1978. Thanks for looking and happy biding. Reggie:-)
Satellite Beach, Florida
1975 Morgan 41 Out Islander Ketch GREAT LIVE ABOARD and/or OCEAN CRUISER. Spacious Center Cockpit with Full Enclosure. Fully Updated Morgan 415 Out Island Ketch Rig. Completely Restored Inside and Out. Walk Thru on Portside Interior as well as a Walk Over Access to Aft Master Stateroom in Cockpit. Warm Wood Interior w/new Lonseal simulated teak 'n holly sole. New Norcold Stand Up Fridge/Freezer runs efficiently on 110VAC or 12VDC. Two Electric Heads, New Marine Vinyl Upholstery in Salon, Sunbrella covered cockpit cushions. Hynautic hydraulic steering w/ Raymarine ST 6002 Smart Auto Pilot. Well Maintained with quarterly bottom cleaning/zincs and thru hull inspections. Very friendly for Florida and Bahamas cruising w/ shoal draft yet very seaworthy for long distance cruising. Very reliable Perkins 4-108 and Westerbeke Genset w/low hours on rebuilds.Dual Mermaid Air Conditioners for comfort. Antique Florida Registration = $10 per year! Contact Listing Broker Kevin Welsh for more info and to schedule a showing of this fabulous Morgan 41 Out Island Ketch.
Gig Harbor, Washington
1973 Morgan Out Island 36 Full Keel, Center Cockpit Cruising!!! METICULOUSLY MAINTAINED 1973 MORGAN Out Island 36' Sangha. This boat was the original 36' "Out Islander" designed by Charlie Morgan in the early 70's. It is a center cockpit cruiser that draws under 4 feet and can take you places many sailboats would not dare to go. She has a large diesel engine, full complement of sails, updated navigation, this boat can handle any type of sea's. The center cockpit design means that you will have a separate living space from company - and everybody has their own head! Sangha has been extremely well maintained and is ready to take off on her next journey. This boat must be seen to be appreciated! Restoration of electrical, plumbing, engine and sails on-going for 9 years! Bottom Paint - 2013 Zincs replaced - every 3-4 months Regular oil & transmission service Sails - Cruise Equipped: Main Jib (Roller furling) Cruising Spinnaker (A-Symetrical Drifter) Genoa 3 Winches Whisker Pole
1989 Morgan O/I 41 JASBO is a Classic Morgan 41' Out Islander sloop rigged sailing vessel that her second owner has lovingly taken care of. The boat is set up for a live aboard or a great cruising vessel. With 6' plus headroom throughout, her accommodations allow to sleep 4 in private staterooms with the Captains quarters having a queen berth with private head/shower and guest V-berth with queen bed also with private entrance to 2nd head/shower. She hosts a large, dry cockpit on the main deck for entertaining family or guests and is powered by a 44hp fuel efficient Yanmar. Call today to schedule a private showing!
New York, New York
Aquarius is easy to single hand, is great for day sailing yet sleeps five to six in four bunks (two in the fore-peak, one to two amidships, one on either side of the engine bay that has drop down sides for engine access). She's great for either a beginner or a seasoned sailor. O'Days are very popular, often raced, and there are several internet sites with information, forums and and offering of parts. I've had the pleasure of owning Aquarius for ten years now and I love her. We're relocating and after much procrastinating I realize that the ocean will just be too far way. The previous owners had her in Oyster Bay NY for many years. She is surprisingly fast yet very stable (2,230 lb lead keel) - although not suggested, we've powered through 6'-8' seas with her. She sails very close to the wind, is roomy with loads of storage, and you can stretch out on the 6'-6" cockpit seats with custom cushions (both with lockers beneath) or seat several. There's approximately 6' headroom. She has a 30 horse power Universal Atomic Four engine whereas most boats her size have either 9.9 HP outboards (which cavitate in lumpy water) or 7 to 13 HP diesels. She starts fast, runs clean. Uses about a gallon an hour. These are so popular that new parts are still made for it - even an optional hand crank! Here's one major source of new parts, service and info: moyermarine.com. She has a new jacket side plate from Moyer Marine. There's incredibly easy access to the engine from both sides and the front. There's even an engine "room" light. She has the original 12 gallon main gas tank along with the then optional 6 gallon plastic auxiliary tank (located on a shelf in the port side locker). Aquarius was made just before the cost of oil, gas and related resins sky-rocketed and caused many boat companies to skimp on construction and then to go out of business. Her hull is solid fiberglass - no balsa to worry about, and is about 3/8" thick. The prop is bronze. The prop shaft is bronze with a recent sacrificial zinc. I consider her the best year - 1975 had the best interior layout and has a lead ballasted fin keel with skeg mounted rudder (offering some protection to it). She has a 4' draft and nice freeboard which allows for usually dry sailing and calm guests.. My son worked at West Marine during school which gave us great discounts - she has new lifelines, new lazy jacks on the main boom, new main-sheet, new bronze thru-hull valves and Y-valve for the macerator toilet, new VHF radio, solar powered charger to keep her batteries charged between use, original Loran C, new coil and ignition parts, new water pump impeller, new engine exhaust pipe to the water muffler, new rubber diaphragm on her bilge pump, a cockpit tent in almost new shape, recent 12 volt receptacle, dual batteries with selector and gauge, tiller steering with nice looking new laminated wood tiller, old auto tiller, dual cockpit scuppers, cockpit cushions, anchor, teak and stainless steel swim ladder between the split stainless steel rear pulpit, auto-tiller, loads of storage, two sinks, cabin lights, electric macerator toilet between the fore peak and the main cabin with folding teak doors for privacy, curtains, cabin inclinometer, hanging locker, cockpit "table" (portable, that spans across the seats), storage under all the berths, a 12v hand vacuum, carpeting, a large ice box under a lid in the counter that drains to outside, alcohol stove plus a propane grill that attaches to hang off of the stern. There's a GPS/Depth sounder along with the original one that still works by a light revolving within its face and is entertaining to watch. There's roller furling, a wind vane and radio aerial atop the mast, stainless bow pulpit, a boom vang, a whisker pole for downwind sailing, genoa in reasonable shape, two jibs (one is older and a bit soiled), two mainsails (one also is older and a bit soiled). Two new stainless fishing rod holders, I've several life jackets, am/fm/cd stereo, full safety equipment including fire extinguishers, radar reflector ball, first aide kit, floodlight, Lifesling overboard rescue system, a flare gun, horn, boat hook etc. I can throw in a new medium sized dog life jacket if the buyer needs it. The upholstery is in very good condition. Loads of interior teak in good condition. The former owner gave us the original set of plastic dishes, silverware and ice tongs, and I'll give them to the new owner so they can stay with the boat. What I'm aware of: minor scars from dock battles etc, and a couple of soft deck spots which I was planning on repairing this season. The hardware & connections to the hull have been resealed over the years and should be checked. We had a problem with gunk in the main tank so we had it drained and we were planning on replacing it. We've been running off of the 6 gallon tank which has given us more than enough range. The sink hand pumps aren't working but I've a new electric pump to pressurize the system waiting to be installed (Whale offers refurbishment kits if you'd rather hand pump). The hatch boards are ready for replacement, last year there was minor weeping at the toilet - it may need tightening or a new gasket, and there's some minor rust here and there on the engine. Very little rain water weeps in from the ports - I do a yearly sealing but this year haven't gotten to it yet. She's a pretty dry boat. Aquarius has loads of spare parts including a new small holding tank for the toilet, new deck hardware along with a good-sized used winch for the cabin top to make single handling even easier, new electric water pump to pressurize the water system, new electric bilge pump - all ready to be installed. Obviously I love the boat - we weren't planning on moving from Brooklyn but the house that we've bought was an amazing deal in a historic small town and we realized that's where we want to semi-retire. She's out of the water in Gateway Marina (opposite Floyd Bennett Field) in Brooklyn open to the bay and to the ocean. The marina owes us a launch but it seemed to make sense to allow prospective buyers a look at her bottom. Here's more info: oday.sailboatowners.com, odayowners.com and iheartodays.com/model_oday_27 There was an ad in Craigslist for her but it was put in without my knowledge by a marina service employee. It was taken off. The boat is sold as is, and will need to be picked up or sailed from her location in Gateway Marina, Brooklyn, NY by the new owner. Storage and shipping arrangements are the responsibility of the purchaser. You may see the boat by appointment. She is fairly priced - serious offers only please. 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