Morgan boats for sale in Washington
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Port Townsend, Washington
If you know about Morgans, you know she is one solid boat. Fast and comfortable, her hull value alone exceeds the asking price.Summer ***2016 Update!***48 volt electric motor upgrade, has 4 12 V batteries in series. Up to 10 HP. 250 watt solar, panels. Stock #044863 Brand New Electric motor and solar system installed summer 2016!! If you are in the market for a sloop, look no further than this 1973 Morgan 302, just reduced to $12,900 (offers encouraged). This sailboat is located in Port Townsend, Washington and is in good condition. The engine has only 1 hours. Reason for selling is no longer has time to enjoy.
The current and third owner loves this big roomy sailboat both as a cruiser and liveaboard. He, with professional help, rebuilt the engine. Which, according to him runs very well. This yacht has been very well maintained. At last haul-out (over four years ago) there were no below waterline blisters. The top side was painted over eight years ago and is still in good condition with some "gender smudging." Decks, rig and sails all in good condition. Below deck, the 'Admiral' keeps the woodwork well oiled, and the cushion covers were replaced a few years ago. The galley was rebuilt within the past ten years with a new sink, fridge, freezer, etc. Electronics were new less than ten years ago. Stock #139753 MOTIVATED SELLER! ALL REASONABLE OFFERS CONSIDERED!!! Classic Morgan Ready for New Adventures. Blue Water Capable or the Perfect Sized Liveaboard! If you are in the market for a ketch, look no further than this 1979 Morgan 452, just reduced to $69,000 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in Blaine, Washington and is in good condition. She is also equipped with a Perkins engine. Reason for selling is not using enough.
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
1980 Morgan 382 This popular Ted Brewer design is a great choice for serious offshore sailor or for the live aboard couple. Built to the highest standard by Morgan Yachts, with roomy interior and a performance hull design. The spacious interior is beautifully appointed and laid out to comfortably accommodate a family and all their gear. This rare beauty has the perfect blend of nice lines, high quality, wide sidedecks, lots of extras, and great condition. With her graceful lines, fine entry and heavier than average displacement, she sails as good as she looks. Her "performance cruiser" underbody (modified fin keel and skeg rudder) gives better tracking, stability and security in rough seas or high winds. The 50 hp Perkins provides ample power when needed, and the prop is fully protected behind the skeg. The deep forefoot and fine bow entry provide an amazingly soft ride when motoring into headseas.
1981 Morgan Out Island 41 Serious offshore Ketch, famous heavy Morgan construction. Same owner for 19 years. Large sail inventory. Raytheon and Furuno electronics. W-H Autopilot. "Boss Boats" rigid skiff with 15 HP Johnson outboard. Skiff on electric davits. New Hurth Transmission 2013. Interior could use some refreshing.
Nice Morgan sailing vessel in nice condition. We are the third owner. This vessel #24 of only 16 built. Lots of nice upgrades for sailing and live aboard comforts including a new Hurricane heating system for year around comfort. This is one roomy boat with large cockpit, rear deck and full cockpit enclosure for winter enjoyment. It also has a charcoal/wood burning force ten in the galley. Great addition to save diesel when anchoring out.