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1990 Morgan Classic 41

19 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

FUEL 85 gal. WATER 215 gal HOLDING TANKS 47 gal–Windstar4 is a 1990 Morgan Classic purchased in 1995 by the present owners who have lived aboard & cruised for the past 17 years. She is in excellent condition, carefully maintained with many upgrades to make full time cruising a joy. This includes a custom designed heavy duty stern arch/davits for dinghy/ stern ladder. We are currently located in Fort Pierce Florida
The Classic 41 design is based on the Morgan Out Island but with many improvements in performance & accommodation. The 3/4 keel & separate rudder allow her to point higher & tack easily in all conditions. Three blade prop.
CABIN LAYOUT: Very spacious MAIN SALON has 5 opening ports & 2 large screened hatches. Dining area is U shaped with dining table that folds down to allow settee to become a large double bed. Port side of salon has 2 swivel captains chairs & cocktail table. Windstar 4 was a boat show edition. Salon walls are finished with horizontal tung & groove light oak and 4 large teak cabinets with accordion style roller doors. Teak paneling throughout the vessel
Large forward V BERTH has 4 opening ports & large screened hatch. One hanging locker, 2 drawers & full length shelves along both sides. Private entry door to forward head/shower.
The passage to the aft cabin has an opening port and a six foot workbench across from the engine room.
MASTER STATEROOM has 5 opening ports & large screened hatch. Double mirrored lockers at head of bed, hanging locker with seat at foot of bead, drawer under bed & bookshelves along port & stbd sides. The aft head/shower is entered from the master stateroom.
The GALLEY is separated from dining area by custom built overhead cabinet. Lots of storage. Oversize stainless sink. FRIDGE – 4 CU FT Adler Barbour. FREEZER 4 cu ft Nova Cool, Microwave – cookware & dishes inc.

Equipment on Board:

Engine room has double entry doors and seating space on top of storage bin allowing easy access to engine, compressors & water filters.
ENGINE: Yanmar 4JHBE 44 hp – 6500 eng hrs. New injectors 2007. Fuel consumption at 1900 rpm – 6/7 knts = 1.3 gal/hr Racor Fuel Filter system

SAILS & RIGGING
– Standing rigging replaced 2006 by Mack Sails
– Full batten main sail with Mack Pack
– 120 genoa with foam luff
– ProFurl Furiling System – 2006
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:
Entire boat is wired for AC and DC power
-6 Golf Kart Batteries – new 2011
– Hamilton Ferris PowerMax 125 amp Alternator – spare Balmar & original Hitachi alternators
– Statpower True Charge 40 amp Charger
– Xantrax Freedom Marine 2000 Inverter with remote Incharge 3 Stage Regulator & Remote Battery State/Power Share/volt-amp panel
– Two Kyocera 120 watt solar panels mounted on stern arch
– Air X Marine 400 watt Wind Generator
– Honda EU2000 Generator
– Two 50 foot & one 25 foot 120volt 30 amp shore cords

PLUMBING/WATER
– Two water tanks – 125 gal. port – 90 gal. Stbd
– Shurflo fresh water pump located under galley sink
– Seaward waterheater exchanger – hot water available at all sinks & showers
– Two Par shower water sump pumps – piped overboard
– Jabsco Automatic Bilge Pump
– Forward holding tank 26 gal.- aft tank 21 gal – both with Y Valves

COMMUNICATIONS & NAVIGATION
-VHF – nav station in main salon – Quest with Masthead antenna – new wiring
– VHF- cockpit – Standard Horizon – antenna on stern arch
– HF – ICOM 710 SSB/HAM radio at main salon nav table with AT130 tuner in aft stateroom. Grounded with 18 inch Dynaplate – insulated backstay antenna. High quality of W4’s transmissions has been discussed on various nets – often called on for radio relays.
– Pactor III for email
– Nanostation2 directional & Bullet omnidirectional AC powered WIFI antennas
– Dell Inspirion E1705 17″ screen on board computer with navigational, tidal, wifi programs
– Nobeltec Visual Series Charts – Canada’s East Coast – Norfolk to Florida, Bahamas (Explorer Charts) Cuba, Cent America, Western Caribbean to Trinidad & Venezula more
– Paper charts – Florida – Bahamas (all 3 Explorer Books) Cruising Guides to Abacos, Exumas, Belize, Mexico, Cuba – collection of navigation, weather & cruising books & shop manuals
-XM Radio receiver – Pioneer Airware-
– Three hand held Garmin GPS
– Brass Barometer
– Large chart table with lift up top for storage & fitted seat
with storage below
ANCHORING SYSTEM
– Delta 44 – 100 ft 5/16 HT (new 2011) 200′ 3/4 rode
– CQR 35 – 75 ft 5/16 HT chain – 170′ rode
– Fortress 37 – 30′ 5/16 HT chain – 170 ‘ rode
– Windlass – Lewmar V3 Stainless Steel Gypsy 5/16 HT with controls at the helm plus remote control on 30 foot cord
– Divided anchor locker

HELM
-Edson Pedistal and 32 ” wheel
-Suunto Compass
– Depth meter – Standard Horizon
-Autohelm ST6000 with ST 600 Autopilot Control Unit
– Yanmar RPM-instrument panel
– 12 volt DC outlet

TOPSIDES
–Oversize custom designed HD aluminum davits, arch & swim ladder
– New lifelines with stainless steel pulpit & stanchions
– Magna BBQ hooked directly to 20 lb propane tank
-10 lb propane tank stored under cockpit seat with line to galley
– emergency tiller stored under bed aft cabin

DINGHY – Livingstone 12’ – Yamaha 15HP

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