Fidelis is a Morgan 45, built by Catalina in 1994. What you first notice about Fidelis is the custom cockpit "house". Safety glass was used for the windshield and heavy duty, removable, isenglass was used for the enclosure. Fidelis is ready and equipped to circumnavigate today. After completing a circumnavigation in 2013 the seller serviced the vessel and says most cruising gear goes to the new owner - Included is a Hookah dive system - solar panels - water maker - two wind generators - four man liferaft and much more! The dingy is a Chesapeake Light Craft made of African Mahagony and can be rowed or go for a sail. Easily stowed on the arch davit system or take it apart and stow on deck.
Fidelis is easy to show and should be considered by anyone considering the cruising lifestyle.
- Measurements LOA: 45' Beam: 13'8" Draft: 6' Bridge Clearance: 59' Displacement: 25,450 lbs Ballast: 9,200 lbs Fuel: 1 Tank, 110 Gal Total Capacity, Fiberglass Propane Tank(s): 1 - 40 lb, 1 - 8 lb. With LPG Shut off at the tank & LPG electrical solenoid shut off by the galley. Fresh Water: 3 Tanks, 180 Gal Total Capacity, Fiberglass Holding: 2 Tanks, 25 Gal Total Capacity, Fwd is Fiberglass, Aft is Aluminum Accommodations The layout of the 45' Morgan/Catalina is open and livable. Upon entering the main cabin from the companion way you find the large u-shaped galley to starboard. The galley is equipped with pressurized hot and cold water, double stainless steel deep sink with foot pump. The 12 volt coldplate fridge is located along the athwartship bulkhead and can be accessed from the top or side with a seperate top loading freezer. A three burner propane Princess stove/oven with more counter space and storage is on the starboard buldhead. Natural light is provided by an opening port over the Princess stove and 12 volt lighting. Forward of the galley is a large settee and table. More storage & shelving along the starboard side behind the settee and space for a computer or tv along the forward athwartship bulkhead. To the left of the bulkhead are two beautiful teak doors leading to the V-berth with the head along the port bulkhead. Aft of the head is a Dickinson propane cabin heater and seating for 4-5 people. More storage and shelving is found along the port bulkhead above the seating area. A well equipped Nav Station is aft of the seating with a passageway to the aft stateroom. Engine access with generous storage and electrical panel is on the left as you go aft, with more teak cabinet storage to the right. Entering the aft stateroom you will find a bank of teak cabinets to the right (Stbd side) and the semi-walkaround queen bed located centerline. Upon entering to the left is a desk/vanity with a large mirror and storage. Along the starboard bulkhead is more storage, shelving and sink with mirror. The second head is forward of the sink behind another beautiful teak door. Inside the head is a sink and manual toilet. Behind sliding glass doors is the tub and shower. Overall interior condition is very good. Upholstery does not show rips, stain or wear. Good ventilation and natural light throughout. 2 Cabins, 2 Heads Galley and Settee along starboard side Nav Station and seating along port side Cabinetry is teak laminated panels w/solid wood trim Teak and Holly sole Opening and fixed ports w/curtains Opening hatches w/bug screen Galley U-Shaped, Stbd Side Sinks, Double Stainless Stove/Oven, Princess 3-Burner, Gimballed, Propane Refrigeration/Freezer, 12 Volt Coldplate, 6" Insulation Generous cabinetry storage and counter space Mechanical Yanmar 50 HP, Model 4JH2E Hours: 2580 (Approx) Cooling System: Fresh water/heat exchanger cooled Fuel Filter(s): Duel Racor water/fuel seperator Transmission: ZF Shaft Seal: Lasdrop Dripless w/ Graphite Friction Ring Propeller: Autoprop, 3-Blade, Automatic Variable Pitch Rudder: Spade Auxilary Rudder w/Autopilot Tiller Cockpit Control Electronics/Navigation Radar/Chartplotter: Furuno, 4KW, (1994), Includes World Wide Charts Raymarine Autohelm: Wind, Speed, Depth, Navdata Autopilot: Raymarine ST7000 SSB: ICOM, Model IC-M802, w/ ICOM SP-24 speaker VHF: Uniden, Model UM380 (Navstation) w/ Remote at Helm GPS: Garmin, Model GPSmap 76S (Navstation) Ambient Weather Station (Navstation) Magnetic Compass: Ritchie 6" Worldwide Paper Charts Sails, Mast, Rigging, Winches Sloop rigged w/ inner forestay for heavy air sails Sail Inventory: Main/Zsail 2 , Genoa 1 , Staysail/Salt Creek FL 1 , Stormsail/South Afrikan 1 , Asymmetrical Spinnaker/NorthSail 1 - Good Condition Mast: Aluminum, Deck stepped w/ In-mast Roller Furler Genoa Furler: Schaefer System 3000 Standing Rigging: Stainless Steel Wire 1 X 19, w/ Norseman Swageless Terminals Boom Vang: Hydraulic Backstay Adjuster: Hydraulic Spinnaker Pole Running Rigging: Colored Yacht Braid - Good Condition Winches: Cockpit, Lewmar, 2 - #54, 1 - #40, 2-Speed, Self Tailing. Mast, Lewmar, 2 - #16. Cockpit & Deck Hardware Custom Cockpit "House". Fiberglass and epoxy encapsulated marine grade wood. Tabbed to the deck. Shows no seperation or stress cracks. Windshield is safety glass. Sides and rear can be enclosed with heavy grade isinglass. Cockpit Table, attached to steering pedestal Cockpit storage compartment (Shallow) on Stbd side Toe Rail: Slotted aluminum Bow Pulpit: Stainless steel w/ 2 Anchor Rollers Lifelines: Double S/S w/vinyl cover Stanchions: Stainless Steel Transom: Molded step w/ Hot/Cold Shower, Storage and Auxillary Rudder Mount Custom Arch Davit System with 4 Solar Panels and 2 Wind Generators Ground Tackle Windlass: Maxwell 1000 Anchor: 3 Total - Rockna 33 KG (73 lb), Danforth 30, Fortress FX125 rated for 69'+ vessels, Delta 25 and 260', 5/16" High Test Chain & 300' 3/4" Nylon Rode. Hurricane Rig is 3 lengths of 5/16" Very High Test Chain, 20' Standard Chain & 3 Point Mooring Shackle to 1 1/2" Mooring Bridle. Hurricane Bridle Electrical Distribution Panel: A/C & D/C Shore Power: 30 Amp Batteries: House - 8 6V Golf Cart Wet Cell (2007) Start - 1 12V Wet Cell (2009) Charger: Xantrex Heart Interface Freedom, Model 20, 2,500 W Power Converter, Inteli-Power 80 Amp, Model PD9180 Solar Panels: 4 - 130 Watt Wind Generator(s): 2 - KISS & Aero6Gen Generator: Honda EU2000, 1,800 W Plumbing Hot & Cold Pressurized water Water Heater: 9 Gal, 110V w/ Heat Exchanger Coil Watermaker: Sea Quencher, 8 Gal/Hr Toilet(s): 2 - Raritan Manual Macerator(s): 2 Shower(s): 2 - w/Sump Additional Items Dingy: 11' 7", Chesapeake Light Craft, Take-Apart, Row & Sail. Built with African Mahagony and Fiberglass. Liferaft: Zodiac 4 - Man Dive System: Hookah w/Honda GX 120 4 Hp. Includes, 2 100' Lines/Harness/Regulators, plus 1 100' Extender and 1 Spare Regulator. Deck Mount or Dingy if wind is below 15 knots. EPIRB: 406 MHz GPS Class 2 (Battery Expired) First Aid Kit Misc. Cruising Gear Broker Comments When you first step aboard Fidelis you can tell the vessel has received above average care. The custom cockpit enclosure blends well with the lines of the vessel, keeping you dry & protected from the sun. The entire vessel was painted within the year with top quality hardened polyurethane paint - durable and easy care. From the duel wind generators, 4 solar panels and water maker to the well maintained Yanmar and comfortable accomodations it is hard to find a better, affordable cruising vessel. A March 2013 survey estimated the fair market value at $167K. If your dream is to cruise the world or just want to be totally self sufficient, Fidelis is ready for you. *Owners personal items are excluded from the sale.
- The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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