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1974 Morgan out island

17 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

1974 36’ Morgan Out Island sloop. Good condition.
LOA 35’10”. Beam 11’5”. Draft 3’9”. Displacement 16,000 lbs.
Engine 51 HP Yanmar diesel. # 4JH2E. Hour meter 595.

Spacious coastal cruiser. Sleeps 6 in 3 cabins. Completely renovated and inspected yearly by the Aux Coast Guard. Center cockpit with Hynautic hydraulic steering and Morse engine controls. Large aft cabin with a double bed, hanging locker, shelving, cabinets and storage under the bed. Separate electric head, sink and shower with cabinets. Hot and cold pressurized water and cold water manual foot pumps in the head and galley. 50 G waste holding tank. The salon has a galley on the port side with a Sailor Mate 2 burner/oven propane stove, double sinks, ice box, drawers and cabinets. The navigation table and electrical panels are on the starboard side, with easy access to batteries under the seat. Two salon bunks (storage under), folding table, cabinets, bookshelves, Olympian wave 8 catalytic safety heater, fan and stereo are separated from the V- berth (storage under) by two hanging lockers. The V-berth shelving ends at the chain locker. A fully insulated engine room is accessed behind the salon steps. The Yanmar 4 cylinder engine has a Grocco salt water strainer,160 amp alternator, drivesaver on the propeller shaft and heats the Seaward 6 G water heater. Propeller is a fixed 3 blade. The engine room contains two 36 G water and two 36 G diesel tanks, oil change pump, Racor filter/water separator, diesel transfer pump and 1 G accumulator tank.

New rigging, new Profurl roller furling, new triple stitched main sail and a used 100 % genoa. Spare hank on genoa. Cockpit dodger, 3 Kyocera solar panels (2 x 130 watt, 1 x 120 watt), Air Marine wind generator, dingy davits, outboard motor mount, propane BBQ and 2 propane tanks. 8’ fiberglass dingy,oars and 2.5 HP Yamaha 4 stroke outboard motor. Double bow roller, 2 anchors, 45 lb CQR and 35 lb hi tensile Danforth, 2 x 50’ 3/8”chain, 150’ 3/4 “ nylon rode, 100’ 5/8 “ nylon rode. Dock lines, sheets, spare rope, fenders, boarding ladder, boat hook.

Equipment on Board:

MOB pole, life ring, MOB light, 6 life jackets, air horn, cockpit manual bilge pump, Gusher 10. Two fire extinguishers are mounted in each of the 3 cabins.

Electrical.
30 A shore power cord.
4 x 6 volt house batteries (440 amp hours), 2 x 6 volt engine batteries (220 amp hours).
Heart Interface 1500 W inverter/battery charger.
Blue Seas DC digital multimeter and ammeter.
120 V AC panel, 5 breaker switches. Water heater and 9 GFCI 120 V outlets.
12 V DC panel, 24 breaker switches. 4 x 12 V outlets, navigation lights, steaming light, foredeck light, anchor light, compass light, tricolor light, cabin lights, stereo, engine blower in, engine blower out, sink sump pump, head pump, macerator pump, diesel transfer pump, fresh water pump, shower sump pump, VHF (West Marine Aurora plus), bilge pump (Rule 2000 with Sure Bail float switch), solar panel and wind generator.

Numerous spares include 80 A alternator, fuel, oil and water filters, V-belts, impellers, manual pump service kits, electrical, plumbing and rigging parts. Spare engine and outboard oil, automatic transmission fluid, hydraulic fluid and distilled battery water are included. Fresh water, diesel and gas jugs are kept in the large cockpit locker.
Additional pictures http://www.flickr.com/photos/sv_horse/

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