Morgan 41 Ketch

-10% Morgan 41 Ketch
Selling our 1979 Morgan Out Island 415 Ketch, "Dizzy CaroLizzy" She is in great condition on all fronts and is literally turn-key bluewater cruise ready. Our trusted vessel has taken us over 5,000 miles in the last year, including a Caribbean Sea crossing, and is fully outfitted as a self sufficient world cruising yacht. She's currently located in Bocas del Toro Panama. We'd prefer to sell here, but may return to South Florida to sell or deliver. Reason for selling is we are buying property here in Bocas Del Toro. Below is a list of equipment and features, as well as a list of shipyard work that was completed last year. After I have some links with video footage of her sailing, the interior and topside, engine running along with pumps, lights, windlass, etc Sail inventory: 140% Genoa on roller furling Additional headstay with hank on 110% jib and 80% jib Hank on staysail and small storm staysail Partial batten mainsail with one deep reef Partial batten mizzen with 3 reefs plus spare mizzen Symmetrical spinnaker with sock Power: 2006 Perkins Sabre M65 diesel engine Ten 60watt solar panels on hardtop Rutland 913 wind generator and 160watt solar panel on radar arch Ten 6-volt golfcart batteries and one 12v starting battery Rig and Equipment: Masthead staysail ketch, original spars with updated standing rigging Mast steps on both masts Homemade telescoping spinnaker pole built extra beefy out of 3" & 2-1/2" aluminum pipe Forespar Whisker pole C-cell hardtop with isenglass dodger and roll up canvas skirts Hydraulic steering https:// belt driven watermaker 2 bosun chairs Diesel cabin heater/stove Two 20lb propane tanks for Magma BBQ grill & 3-burner stove w/ oven 9' Walker Bay ridged inflatable dinghy with 2006 Mercury https:// 4-stroke outboard Electronics & safety gear: Garmin 541 GPS/chartplotter plus handheld Garmin GPS unit ICOM M602 VHF plus handheld VHF radio Raymarine EVO 100 autopilot system, plus two back-up Raymarine ST3000 autopilot systems Raymarine raytheon pathfinder 1200 radar system that still works awesome Windspeed and depth sounder Jensen marine stereo with 4 individually controlled zones throughout boat 6-man Zodiak liferaft 3 survival suits Paratech sea anchor Ground Tackle: Lofrans Tigres 12V windlass 66lb Lewmar Claw with 200' of chain backed by 150' of nylon 44lb Delta fast-set with 35' of chain and 150' of nylon 43lb Fluke anchor with 30' of chain and 150' of nylon Extra 200' of braided rode and 30' of chain Accomodations (bow to stern): ALL NEW INTERIOR CUSHIONS in tan basket weave. V-berth with over-under bunks Forward head with shower (plus 6gal electric water heater) Main salon with settee to port and L-shaped settee to starboard, 2 dining tables Galley Nav station Walk-through with access to engine room Aft stateroom with athwardship double berth Aft head with shower Below is a condensed list of shipyard projects that were completed last year: -Removable plexiglass storm windows for bow portlights, reinforcement bars for transom windows -Removed/replaced thru-hulls and seacocks with new backing plates -Rewired much of the 12V system -Complete engine tune-up and new alternator -Dropped rudder and serviced steering system -Serviced stuffing box and replaced cutlass bearing -Wetsand, compound, and wax entire boat -Small fiberglass repair on keel -Sand and repaint bottom -Replaced much of standing rigging (most was replaced 8yrs ago) -Bilge pumps and float switches -New/repaired sail covers -New Isenglass dodger -Rebuild watermaker -Remove old generator (replaced with Honda EU2000) -Remove old crosby refrigeration system, can still use as ice boxes, added 12V refrigerator -Installed new GPS -Installed new autopilot (saved both older complete systems as spares) -New mast boots -New primary water filtration system (plus separate drinking water tap in galley with additional special anti-microbial filter system) -Clean water tanks -New LED spreader lights -Replace/add water pumps -Replace starting battery -Rebuild roller furling gear -Replace running rigging -Rebed any needed handrails, cleats, deck fittings, tec -Rebed and install new backing plate on windlass -Refinish and paint headliner throughout We put together a bunch of video footage with the purpose of showing potential buyers as much as possible and give an accurate representation of the vessel and it's equipment. It's a bit long, so I split it into three sections. The first is of the topside: https:// Second is of the interior: https:// Third is of the engine and some sailing: https:// We have manuals for almost every piece of equipment onboard, included detailed engine owners and shop manuals, original Morgan owners manual, and ships plans including updated diagrams for electrical and plumbing systems, etc. If you're seriously interested in purchasing this vessel, I can provide additional photos of anything you'd like, and many videos of her under sail in a variety of conditions showing her true capabilities. Don't be fooled by any notions of OI's being slow bathtubs; we cruise this boat at 6-8kts in most conditions, have set her up to perform well in light winds, and she's stiff and safe in every 30+kts wind and 10-15ft seas we've encountered. This is not your average Out Island! When searching for our cruising boat, we looked at dozens of other boats that are known more for being "bluewater" boats. We settled on our OI 41 because after being surveyed, she had the driest and most solid superstructure of any other boat we found. Email, call or text *I am currently in Fort Lauderdale working for the week and would be happy to tell you more about the vessel over the phone. I also have many other videos, photos of various parts of boat, and before/during/after photos of every major project done. For SERIOUS buyers, if there's any other SPECIFIC photos or videos you'd like to see, please let me know. I will not "send any other photos or videos I have", as there are thousands from 720 days aboard this vessel. THANKS! hunter beneteau jeanneau catalina endeavour endeavor islander alberg allied baba bristol cabo rico cape dory columbia coronado jensen contessa dana corbin fast passage downeaster island packet island trader hallberg-rassy hans christian hardin pacific seacraft passport pearson shannon southern cross spencer sparkman stephens tartan tayana valiant whitby westsail alden allmand bruce roberts cal c&c cheoy lee dufour csy freedom formosa ericson hinckley gulfstar irwin oday o'day sabre s2 westerly
Barcos de Ocasion
Año 1979
Astillero morgan
Eslora 41
Estado excellent
Horas de Uso 2929
Introducido 2016-04-21
Motorización sail
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  • 70,500.00€
  • 63,450.00€

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