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1973 Morgan Yachts 41 Custom CB Yawl

1973 Morgan Yachts 41 Custom CB Yawl

$49,900

St. Petersburg, Florida

Year 1973

Make Morgan Yachts

Model 41 Custom CB Yawl

Category Classics

Length 41'

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1973 Morgan Yachts 41 Custom CB Yawl Linda Marie is a unique and one-of-a-kind 1973 Morgan 41 Yawl, originally purchased as a "kit-boat" in 1971 and completed and launched in 1973 by a master shipwright carpenter, Harvey Hawthorne, with interior oiled-teak cabinetry and a layout unlike any of the others. Her graceful & bullet-proof Full-Keel/Centerboard solid fiberglass hull only draws 4'3" with the centerboard up and 9'5" when down, for exhilarating upwind performance offshore. Owners report that they rarely drop the CB because she sails so well with it up, prompting some to comment, according to Practical Sailor, that "it didn't matter if it was blowing 7 knots or 18 knots, you can leave the helm, go get a cold drink below, come back, and find the boat just as you'd left her." She has a traditional layout with an unusually large 6'7" L. x 7' W. Master V-Berth, head with toilet & vanity to port, storage cabinets and drawers opposite, spacious Main Salon with 6'6" settees on each side & Twin 6'6" Pilot Berths outboard and above the Settees, followed by the Nav table to Port, Galley opposite to Starboard, and a 6'6" x 26" Quarterberth aft to Port. Nearly every inch of vertically accessible surface is finished with exquisitely detailed oil-teak cabinets and drawers, providing incredible storage and a fit & finish comparable to Hinckley, Bristol, Cheoy Lee & Alden yachts. Recent upgrades include  a 2003 40hp Westerbeke Diesel with low hours, Hood Roller Furling in 2013, a Garmin EchoMap 50s Chartplotter/Sounder in 2014, and in 2016, the bottom was stripped and 5 coats of InterProtect 2000 barrier coat epoxy was applied plus fresh Trinidad anti-fouling paint. Practical Sailor had this to say about this classic Morgan 41 model: "A great upgrade candidate for any handy and determined sailor, the Morgan 41 is a well-designed, cross-purpose boat with the face of a classic, the heart of a racer, and the body of a cruiser. The Morgan 41 Sloop is arguably one of the best looking of many lovely dual-purpose sailboats that the Cruising Club of America handicap rating system engendered. One owner described his boat as a "Bermuda 40 for a regular Joe, only prettier." You won't find a better example of this classic Centerboard Yawl which has been loved, pampered, and upgraded by her knowledgeable owners for the past 28 years. Call today to schedule a personal inspection.

1983 Morgan 41.6 OI Ketch

1983 Morgan 41.6 OI Ketch

$69,000

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

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In near Bristol condition, this 1983 Tall Rig Version, genuine Charlie Morgan, Morgan is a sea kindly, Full Keeled, Ketch rigged, Ultra strong, blue water cruiser. One of the last built by the Morgan Boatyard, being six hulls from the end of Morgan production. This classic, ubiquitous, cruiser has been continuously and extensively refitted over the last twelve years by a local Ft. Lauderdale shipwright. The gorgeous result has been used to attract most of his work. Accommodations Large luxuriant aft owner s stateroom with large double berth. Includes en suite head, with washbasin, dressing/changing seat, numerous volumous closets and storage, aft stairs to cockpit. Under the aft berth is a large drawer, more storage area as well as the equipment for hydraulic steering, and AC compressor, for central air conditioning (21,000 BTU reverse cycle air/heat). Amidships, Engine-Generator room, chart table and storage (water tank underneath), deep freezer and navigation chart area, hot water heater. Also amidships is the full service galley including refrigerator, Force 10 propane stove, and microwave, refrigerator, large double stainless steel sink. A large open salon, with the main companionway to the cockpit, enjoys the wide 14 beam, has a Teak and Holly sole, commodious pantry storage, display shelves, couch to port, dinning area to stbd (easily seats 5). A TV, DVD, stereo with AM, FM, CD, IPod and TV inputs , 2 Bose speakers ( 2 more in cockpit). A large private forward stateroom V Berth which can be closed off for the privacy of guests. Storage shelves, two drawers and four opening storage spaces, also large closet and storage opposite forward head, with washbasin. There are numerous 12V fans and brass light fixtures throughout this lovely yacht. Additionally there are five large opening hatches located throughout the ship providing excellent ventilation. The Morgan OI 416 is easily one of the best laid out cruising yachts ever produced, her commodious beam also makes her one of the largest 40 footers around. Electronics The Seaotter has a full compliment of state of the art electronic/navtronic gear including. A brand spanking new Ray Marine C140W MFD, brand new high deff. 48 mile Radar, ST60 Depth, Speed, Apparent Wind Indicator, ST 6000 S3G heavy duty autopilot. The battery bank consists of four deep cycle 6-volt golf cart batteries in the main bank; the Genset also has an independent starting battery. The electrical panel is located in the walk through and includes a computerized controller for the inverter, battery charger, also digital multi-meters. Main Deck Starting forward there is a Lofrans electric windlass, w 45 lb. CQR articulated plow anchor, 250 of 3/8 High Test chain, also a 300 of secondary rode consisting of 50 of 3/8 High test chain and 250 of 5/8 3 strand Nylon. There are 2 additional nylon rodes 200 long. A stainless steel bow pulpit with night running lights and Profurl foresail roller furling. A large open foredeck with teak grab rails, double lifelines and Stainless Steel stanchions leads to a large enclosed center cockpit with full bimini, windshield, and full textaline cockpit enclosure. The cockpit has full cushions, two Bose speakers, propane locker, a pilot seat locker. The cockpit also has a fresh water shower. A central binnacle houses all of the engine controls (Tachometer, Voltmeter, Water Temp, Oil Pressure and Engine hour meter). Also, toggle switches for exterior lights and engine blower, the ships wheel, and navigational instruments including very large MFD, Radar, Depth, Speed, Apparent Wind Indicator, and Autopilot. Aft there are two large fiberglas

UPDATED 1970 Morgan 34' Classic Blue Masthead Sloop Professionlly Maintained

UPDATED 1970 Morgan 34' Classic Blue Masthead Sloop Professionlly Maintained

$19,500

Sorrento, Maine

Year 1970

Make Morgan

Model Morgan 34

Category Cruiser Motorcycles

Length 34.0

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The Dawn Treader is a beautiful navy blue 1970 Morgan 34'. Maintained professionally for the last 14 years, her sleek build leaves all other boats her size feeling stout and clunky. The intelligent layout offers space for the whole family to sleep comfortably below, with two back berths, a fold-down table birth and a v-birth in the bow. The interior spaces gives her the feel of a 39 or 40 foot cruiser. She received new sails just 4 years ago, and includes a state of the art Garmin GPS Chart Plotter, Raymarine Radar, and a 2001 Westerbeeke Engine with limited hours logged. She has a classic wooden boom, complete with StackPack mainsail and lazy-jack to provide assistance and ease. Also included is a custom in-cockpit teak table installed in 2011, as well as a full-size spinnaker and pole. Sleeps 6 people, diesel engine, enclosed head with waste tank (fully functioning), two burner stove & oven, depth finder, speedometer/odometer, vhf radio, am/fm radio. ALL SYSTEMS HAVE BEEN MAINTAINED or UPGRADED SINCE PURCHASE. Vessel is professionally maintained, waxed and detailed annually, as well as bottom painted. ***Specifications*** Hull Type: Keel / Cbrd. Rig Type: Masthead Sloop LOA: 34.00' / 10.36m LWL: 24.75' / 7.54m Beam: 10.00' / 3.05m Listed SA: 545 sq.ft. / 50.63 sq.m Draft (max.): 7.92' / 2.41m Draft (min.): 3.25' / 0.99m Disp: 12500 lbs. / 5670 kgs. Ballast: 5200 lbs / 2359 kgs. SA/Disp.: 16.25 Bal./Disp.: 41.60% Disp./Len.: 368.08 Water Tank: 30 gals. / 114 ltrs Fuel Tank: 24 gals. / 91 ltrs Designed by Charles Morgan Built by Morgan Yachts USA

1982 Freedom Yachts Cat Ketch 33'

1982 Freedom Yachts Cat Ketch 33'

$29,990

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

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1982 Freedom Yachts Cat Ketch 33' Wanderer was built with the sailer in mind!  Easy to handle even for single hand.  Her accomodations are beautiful and she is priced to move! Additional Specs, Equipment and Information: Boat Name WANDERER Specs Flag of Registry: United States Keel: Fin Dimensions LOA: 33 ft 0 in Beam: 11 ft 0 in LWL: 30 ft 0 in Maximum Draft: 4 ft 6 in Displacement: 12000 lbs Ballast: 3800 lbs Engines  Engine 1: Engine Brand: Yanmar Engine Model: 3GM30F Engine Type: Inboard Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel Engine Hours: 2690 Tanks Fresh Water Tanks: 1 Plastic (83 Gallons) Fuel Tanks: 1 Aluminum (25 Gallons) Holding Tanks: 1 Plastic (8 Gallons)   The Boat Practical Sailors evaluation of this boat says, "Basic construction of the Freedom 33 hull and deck is, in our opinion, among the best in the production boat building industry.  The aesthetic impression created by the interior joiner work is among the best we have had about any production boat." As far as performance, Practical Sailor has this to say, "Boat for boat she will sail by Morgan 41s, Irwin 44s, CSY 44s, Westsails and their ilk.", and "The boat does have speed and liveliness that exceeds that of most out and out cruising boats of her size, and in many conditions can rival the performance of the many so called racer-cruisers or performance cruisers." Both the main and mizzen sails are fully battened, improving both the performance and convenience of sailing. Hull and deck construction is hand laminated fiberglass with balsa core. There is 6'0" headroom through out the cabin.  Interior joinery is handcrafted in ash with oak trim. Teak and holly sole. All sail controls lead aft so that one need not leave the cockpit to hoist, reef or douse sails. The freestanding masts are specially constructed in carbon fiber for strength and lightness, and the booms are aluminum. Edson wheel steering and emergency tiller are standard. Bow and stern pulpits are stainless steel, with double life lines and aluminum toe rails.   Accommodations All the wood below is varnished ash with cedar strips. The warmth and illusion of spaciousness imparted by these light colored woods will appeal to many sailors. The cabin sole is teak and holly. "The stowage capacity of the Freedom 33 is by far the best we have seen in a boat this size." (Practical Sailor) With the mast right forward in the stem, the hull fullness must be carried forward to support the weight. Consequently, the forward cabin Vee berth is roomy with good stowage under and with full length shelves. Head and hanging locker are next aft port and starboard respectively. The door to the head is curved giving more room inside the head/shower. The main salon has a U-shape