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Old 29-09-2013, 21:52   #1
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Join Date: Oct 2012
Location: Kirkland Wa
Boat: Morgan OI 416
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1982 Morgan Out Island ketch 41' - 30% share

1982 Morgan Out Island 41 center cockpit ketch.

30% fractional ownership $26,000. Home port: Elliot Bay Marina Seattle. Monthly expenses average around $220 (for the 30% share)

Two separate sleeping cabins with en-suite heads and showers. Sleeps 8 max, six if two are in salon which converts to a double bed. Seven with one on the settee which converts to berth, and in a pinch once can sleep in the day berth in hallway to aft cabin.

She is well maintained with upgrades to various systems and an annual maintenance schedule of all critical (and not so critical) parts.

Two separate cabins (fore and aft) with their own en-suite heads and showers.
Enclosed heated cockpit as of 07/2013
Forward V berth can make up into a single large berth or as two singles.
Salon table converts into a double bed.
Settee converts into a berth for a short person and there is a day berth (which we currently use for dry food storage) in the hallway leading to the aft cabin which makes the max sleeping occupancy eight.

Electric windlass (2008), 600ah house gel batteries (6x100ah) plus one engine starting battery.
2,500w inverter for AC
Microwave, propane stove with grill (3years old) fed by two tanks, refrigerator & separate large icebox, barbecue with dedicated propane tank. Double stainless steel sinks amidships. Pressure water for hot and cold throughout. Water heater uses either 110v shore power or engine coolant system. Diesel burning furnace in salon. Cockpit heating system recently installed, runs off engine cooling radiator.
New mizzen sail as of May 2013.
10' inflatable hard bottom dinghy (3years old) on davits with 5hp two stroke engine.
Radar, GPS, Knot speed, Depth, Mounted VHF with remote mike (with spare VHF).
45lb CQR anchor with 300' 5/16" High Test chain. Two spare anchors (35lb CQR + Danforth) with 200' rope rode.
Draft: 4' 02" enables her to get into shallow anchorages.
Hourglass hull shape with 9,000lbs lead ballast keeps her sea-kindly and steady in rough seas.
Water tanks: 210gal (in two tanks) with small-micron carbon filter.
Fuel tanks: 90gals (fuel consumption averages around 0.8gal/hour @ 6kts)
Holding tanks: 30gal + 20gal = 50gal
Engine: 62hp diesel with 2,100hrs

Moored in Elliot Bay Marina which is convenient for access to Puget Sound as well as being a very well run and maintained marina with plenty of free parking. Boat is in last slip of dock which makes docking easy.

I'll be glad to email you more photos.

Email or call Randall 206-850-1007
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