(relisting of rules violation post... oooops!)
Super fire sale
, this baby needs to go... I live 2000 miles away, and I've been hanging onto her for too long. (plus I have 3 other sailboats where I currently live). Boat
was in excellent condition 1+ yr ago and sat while I was out of state during this time... Still looks, runs, sails
fantastic... although she really needs some good used sails
, a good buffing, and a few other things...
I flew in 4 months ago, filled the water
tank, and took off to the islands for the weekend and had a spectacular sail... 6.5-7.5kts there and back... She is ready to sail. . .
SO HERE IS THE DOWN AND DIRTY OF THE DEAL. . .
I will be in town for THREE MORE DAYS Sat 12/5-Mon 12/7, and show her/sea trial to a few people who are interested. . . I will take 10-12.5k for her, but I expect higher offers towards 15k. . . At The end of the week, she will have a new owner. . .
Things that need attention:
is IS A TEMP from a 37' Islander that doesn't fit right, home made square top headboard for an experiment
. She will sail very well like this, but it ain't pretty. You can get a good used sail from Minney's for under $500.
EDIT #1 =NEW MAINSAIL
ACQUIRED, NORTH 8OZ DACRON, CONDITION 7 OUT OF 10
2. The furling
headsail is at the end of it's life, or maybe just needs a new sunbrella sacrificial edge to eek out a few more seasons. The boat
also comes with a hank on 135 in GREAT SHAPE that pulls like a banshee.
3. She will need bottom paint
soon. Was done 4 yrs ago, bottom cleaner reports paint
went from "fair" to "needs paint" this year. . .
Other regular and minor boat items to address, but nothing to report.
pictures (5/15) are the first exterior pics... The shiny hull
pictures after the interior
pics are from a year ago (8/14)... AS YOU CAN SEE. . . SHE CLEANS UP NICELY. . .
EDIT # 2 = BUFFED OUT THE TOPSIDES, AND SHE LOOKS SPECTACULAR!
She's an island warrior in Southern California
, home port being Marina del Rey . . . Stout as a tank, and easily handles anything thrown at her, but just as happy taking non sailors on the reach to Malibu, and BBQ on the run home. . . A perfect daysail in Santa Monica Bay. . .
For those looking who aren't familiar with the design, a broker's quote sums it up:
Possibly the largest 33' sailboat you will ever see, the Morgan is a great boat to live aboard and "go some where". Built like a tank, the full keel with protected rudder is a great choice for cruising grounds.
These boats are an incredibly thick layup, heavy, have a fantastic sea motion and reduced heel. With 3'11" draft and a fully encapsulated keel, grounding and keel anxiety are non issues. . .
: 33 ft 0 in
Beam: 11 ft 10 in
LWL: 27 ft 6 in
: 3 ft 11 in
: 14500 lbs
Ballast: 5000 lbs
Air Draft 45ft
50 HP Perkins
4-108, runs like a top, no smoke, starts first crank, uses no oil
. . . Cruises 6.5kts @ 2k, 7.5 kts @ 2500, 3/4g/hr -- Cockpit
tank">Fresh Water Tank: (110 Gallons), Newer HDPE
: 25g New-unused HDPE (disconnected, but plumbed with a Y-valve)
: (40 Gallons) SS tank, recently removed and steamed, in perfect shape
House bank 420 Ah 4x105-12v
Separate start battery
110 volt shorepower, 30A + dock
AC and DC service panels
3 bank 40A multi phase battery charger
Raystar 125 GPS Antenna
Sails & Rigging
5/16" Oversized 1x19 wire
mounted chain plates (easy access)
140% Furling Genoa
135% Hank on Genoa
Keel stepped mast
, newer LPU mast paint
, 3 halyards, topping lift
Mast mounted radar
Winches, 2 coaming primaries, mainsheet, furler
, mast halyard
Large owner's cabin
forward w/spacious AND COMFY V-berth (double cushioned)
Hanging lockers & drawers
Extra wide quarter berth aft + hanging locker
7 foot starboard settee
Port side table converts to double
w/sink and shower
Nice U shaped galley
w/large stainless steel
sink, new sink fixtures
New freshwater pump
, seawater hand pump
w dinette to port
2 burner alcohol stove
, also plumbed for LP with lines, solenoid, indicating switch
Top loading fridge/freezer
upholstery recently done, and looks like new
replaced with wall sconces in saloon
Huge cockpit for a 33 ft boat
Newer cockpit cushions
, Hynautics hydraulic
Manual bilge pump
with separate extra long side windows
Line bags, winch
covers, handrail covers
2 cavernous lazarettes
Port lazarette leads to workspace with shelves, lighting, back of electrical
Rail LP grill
mounted storage/liferaft box (I use it for fenders)
35 lb CQR
plough w/150 ft 5/16" chain, + 200 ft spooled 5/8" rode
w/100 ft rode
Raft style dingy
TONS of spares
Same ad from 1 yr ago (8/14) with maybe some questions answered at this link:
Thanks for looking!