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1976 Morgan Out Island

19 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

Second Lady is set up for live aboard cruising. She has a very reliable engine, storage for 300 gallons of water and diesel fuel, quality sails in excellent condition, and is power sufficient using solar panels and wind generator. All the power is stored in three seperate battery banks. She has state of the art electronics including multiple GPS’s, VHF, SSB and radar, and Autohelm autopilot and instrumentation. With three anchors, two of which are 65#, and with over 400 feet of chain rode she can be anchored most anywhere. From 1997 – 2000 she was on the hard undergoing a major refit that gutted the interior. In 2006 she had new gelcoat installed from the water line up. She is currently cruising in the Caribbean and will be in the ABC’s for the next year. Last survey was in 2009.

Equipment on Board:

Raytheon ST6000 plus auto pilot with Autohelm ST60 depth, speed, and wind instrumentation. Uses a Raytheon RN300 GPS chart plotter for way points.
Garmin GPS MAP 4208 chart plotter with East coast, Bahamas, and Caribbean chips.
Garmin GPS 76 portable GPS. Garmin Etrex GPS. Horizon Spectrum GX2350S 25 Watt VHS with RAM at helm. Shakespeare 4357 AM/FM-VHF band separator. ICOM M700 Pro SSB, ICOM AT120 HF automatic antenna tuner, ICOM IC-M88 portable VHF, Panasonic AM/FM/CD player with five separately controlled sets of speakers, Tasco Marine propane 3 burner stove Model 555LP with thermostatically controlled oven, propane locker holding two 20 pound propane tanks, Sharp microwave oven, Paneltronics 24 breaker DC electrical panel, Blue Seas 6 breaker AC panel, three switch DC panel for solar charger distribution, three 80 watt solar panels, Kiss 2.02 mizzen mounted wind generator, three separate battery banks, one group 27 battery for windlass, two group 27 batteries for engine start, two 4D batteries for house loads., two separate refrigeration systems, each powered by an Adler Barbour Super Cold Machine and each having separate sea water cooling option installed, Sony Bravia 21 inch HDTV with remote, Samsung Blu ray disc player with remote, Superstor electric 10 gallon water heater with marine heat exchanger, Morse SL3 engine controls, Perkins 85 horse power diesel engine with about 4000 hours, Jabsco self priming macerator pump, large holding tank, Freedom Model 20 invertor/charger with remote control panel, Xantrex battery monitor, Sunsaver SS-20L photovoltaic solar panel controller, Lofrans Progress One anchor windlass, 65 pound Bruce anchor, 65 pound CQR anchor, 45 pound Dan forth anchor, 400 feet of anchor chain for main rode, 200 feet of chain and rope secondary anchor rode, Nicro solar vent fans, Spartite mast wedge replacement system, SARSAT Rapidfix 406 Epirb, Topside wash down system, two Davis Echomaster radar reflectors, two Raritan PHII manual heads, stern platform with three step boarding ladder, amidships eight foot boarding ladder that folds into the rail and extends 4 steps underwater for easy access, LaCroix dinghy davits, two Lifesling rescue systems, stainless steel rail mounted gas barbeque grill, stainless steel grills on all large hatches and aft companionway, shop vac, Schaeffer roller furling, bow seat in rail, two stern seats cut into aft rail, 2 Lewmar three speed main winches, 1 Lewmar 43 winch, 5 Lewmar 16 winches, 1 Lewmar 30 winch, bilge blower, Weems and Plath nautical clock, Seth Thomas barometer, shipÂ’s bell, three compasses, washing machine, Main, mizzen, jib and gennaker sails, cutter rig available, four electric bilge pumps, two manual bilge pumps, four position rack for scuba bottles, cockpit table, six large fenders, rail mounted outboard engine mount.

Morgan Out Island
Morgan Out Island
Morgan Out Island
Morgan Out Island
Morgan Out Island
Morgan Out Island
Morgan Out Island
Morgan Out Island
Morgan Out Island
Morgan Out Island
Morgan Out Island
Morgan Out Island
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