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Additional Specs on 51' Morgan Yacht For Sale
Equipment and Information:

Builder/Designer
Builder: Morgan Designer: Morgan
Dimensions
LOA: 51' LWL: 43' Beam: 15'
Displacement: 48,000 Draft: 5'6"min 11' max Ballast: 14,000
Engines
Engine(s): Single Engine(s) HP: 85 Engine Model: Perkins 4-236
Cruising Speed: 7 kts Max Speed: 9 kts
Tankage
Fuel: 2-150 gal, Aluminum Water: 260 gal, Aluminum

 


Accommodations
MASTER STATEROOM: Behind the louvered privacy door are two large handing lockers followed by an L-shaped wrap around bureau with multiple drawers, lockers and counter space. The master berth is queen size with bin storage below, 4 drawers and access to the steering gear. The counter that started on the starboard side continues all the way around the head of the berth and down the port side to the bulkhead for the master head. There are four top-loading bins in this shelf. There are two more access panels to the engine room from the master stateroom.

MASTER HEAD: The head has mirrors, a cabinet with double louvered doors, a porcelain sink, double sliding door linen locker, a bath tub with shower and an overboard head.

FORWARD STATEROOM: Aft of the chain locker, the forward stateroom has port and starboard settee berths, with the port side berth being higher and overlapping the starboard berth at the foot. There are double, full-length bookshelves above and outboard of the starboard berth. There are two louvered door cabinets under the port berth. Additionally, there is bin storage under the starboard berth and under the v-seat between the berths. A louvered privacy door opens aft into a passageway, lit by a deck light during the day, between the guest cabin to starboard and the guest head to port. Just forward of the head in the passageway is a hanging locker.

GUEST STATEROOM: The guest stateroom has over-and-under twin berths with bin storage under the lower berth. The upper berth folds down to make a backrest for the lower settee. A hanging locker is forward; a cabinet, with a fold down door that makes a desk/vanity with two bookshelves above, is aft.

GUEST/FORWARD HEAD: The forward head has a sink, telephone style shower, manual overboard head, louvered door cabinet under the sink counter.


Salon
The main salon is just under 15’ across! To port is a settee that has bin storage below and behind. There is a full-length shelf outboard and above. At the forward end of the settee is another cabinet/end table. Opposite, a U-shaped convertible dinette with seating for approximately 6 has several bin compartments for storage below and a full-length shelf above and outboard. Aft, to port is the navigator’s station with a chart table actually big enough to lay out a chart! Below the chart table is a double-door cabinet with shelves. Above, and outboard, are two deep shelves for manuals and electronics. Along the aft bulkhead are the electric panels, battery monitors and access to the engine room.


Galley
The galley is L-shaped and is opposite the navigator’s station. The short part of the L runs athwartship next to the companionway. Above is an overhead cabinet with two sets of sliding door fronts and shelves inside. Below, there is a counter top with a drawer and cleaning supply cabinet below in the inboard end, a double door cabinet below in the middle, a stainless steel deep double sink in the middle, access to the top loading refrigerated compartment, and a microwave oven on a shelf on the outboard end.

The long part of the L runs aft in the walkthrough passage to the master stateroom. A 2-burner propane stove and broiler. This is followed aft by access to a top loading freezer compartment. At the aft end of the counter is a three-drawer cabinet. Between this cabinet and the microwave, there is an outboard shelf with two double sliding door cabinets with shelves. Built into the bulkhead on the inboard side of the walkthrough are both access panels to the engine room and more storage compartments for the galley.


Electrical
12v. DC; 110v AC system; two 31 amp 110v services; one 8-D gel-cell battery; one series 24 gel-cell battery.


Electronics
Robertson autopilot, depthfinder; knotmeter; Furuno 24 mile RADAR; Steven Sea SSB (new in 1994); Raytheon VHF; rudder angle indicator; AM/FM/Stereo.

Deck and Hull
Beginning at the bow and working aft, there is a massive double anchor roller, a 40# Fortress anchor, a 25# Danforth lunch hook (mounted on the stern pulpit) and an electric Ideal windlass. There is a chain rode of high test 3/8” galvanized steel of approximately 200’. There are nylon ropes for the other two anchors.

There are both bow and stern pulpits connected by double lifelines through stainless steel stanchions. A folding, extra long, stainless steel ladder, new in 1994.

There is a perforated genoa track/toe rail that begins at the port bow and travels all of the way around the transom to the starboard bow. There are also 6 very substantial cleats, two at the bow, two amidship and two at the stern.

Additionally, there is an international tri-color running light/anchor light at the mast head, inland running lights, spreader lights, miscellaneous docklines, fenders and PDFs. The propane locker contains a 20# and a 10# propane tank.

Sailing Equipment
Harken roller furling for the genoa (new in 1995); main with 2 reefs, mizzen with 1 reef, staysail with 1 reef, genoa with sun cover.