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1973 Morgan 30-2

19 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

1973 Morgan 30-2, Charley Morgan Design offshore cruiser/racer. 30′ Length, 11′-4″ Beam, 5′-3″ Draft. Very roomy for its size. 5000 lbs ballast fin keel, 10,000 lbs displacement. 47′ Mast height above DWL. 30hp Universal Atomic 4 Engine, overhauled 2010, runs strong. Fresh water washdown for engine hookup system. 30 gals water tank & 14 gals fuel tank. New CDI high performance propeller March/2012. Sleeps 5 to 6. Custom galley with icebox & navigational seat down station in 2006. Separate head with folding door for privacy, sink with top and bottom storage along with hanging closet. Sail Area 504sq.ft. 4 Sails & 1 spinnaker with pole inventory. PHRF rating 171 average. 2 batteries with solar panel power charging system. Shore power hookup for 120v, Battery charger. Dual compasses and one at the wheel steering pedestal. Tiller steering for backup. Stainless auxiliary motor bracket rated for up to 115 lb outboard. ICOM VHF marine radio. FM/AM/CD/IPOD aux.stereo & speakers. Handheld Garmin GPS with G2 marine charts. Fresh water pump system for galley and head sink along with shower hose for outside bow area showering. 3 cabin 12v fans, Coast Guard safety vest. Custom anchor hoist rail at bow for anchoring. Running lines, 2 anchors with chain and rope, 2 fire extinguishers. Spreader lights, bow deck light, top of the mast light, running lights. 3 fenders & dock lines, flares and horn. Lots of spare parts & hardware. Future needs hull and bottom paint. Ready to go, docked on Central Florida’s East Coast! (# removed). $8,300.00

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