Morgan's construction was robust and practical. The hull was heavily laid up solid fiberglass and the deck was balsa cored. Lead ballast was internal, fitted into the keel cavity and glassed over. The original bronze centerboard weighed in at 250 pounds. Later in the production run the board was cha...more
Morgan's construction was robust and practical. The hull was heavily laid up solid fiberglass and the deck was balsa cored. Lead ballast was internal, fitted into the keel cavity and glassed over. The original bronze centerboard weighed in at 250 pounds. Later in the production run the board was changed to fiberglass.
There were a couple of different interior plans available. The most common arrangement is how this boat was set up and features quarter berths to port and starboard, with the galley along the starboard side. The U-shaped dinette is opposite. Moving forward the small head is off to port with a hanging locker opposite. The V-berth cabin is fairly roomy and the berths are actually long enough to stretch out in.
This boat looks like it has been very well cared for and is reported to be in very good condition. The rigging has been replaced as needed over the years and the roller fairing was replaced 2 years ago. The boat was hauled yearly for paint and maintenance.
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