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1971 35 (ft.) MORGAN YACHTS 35

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General Information

Listing# 137358

Price
$29,000.00
Location
Forked River, NJ, United States
Manufacturer
MORGAN
Boat Type
Sailboat
Model Year
1971
Category
Motorsailers
Model
35
Status
Used
Length
35 (ft.)
Bridge Clearance
576
Beam
129
LOA
420
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Model
DHM 850-B
Number of Engines
1
Engine Type
Other
Engine Hours
250

General Details

This well built boat has been meticulously maintained. The teak trim has a classic appearance and the shoal draft (4'3) and ease of handling is perfect for single handed sailing in shallow waters. I sail it on the Bay in NJ which averages 6-8 feet deep. The Kubota diesel has very few hours on it.
Same owner for almost 30 years.

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Designer and builder of the famed Morgan(USA) line of sailing yachts. Charles Morgan was already well known as a designer of one particularly sucessful racer, Paper Tiger, when he started building another of his designs, the TIGER CUB, on his own. But it wasn't until 1965 when he joined forces with long time friend, Bruce Bidwell, and began to built the sucessful MORGAN 34. This was followed, most notably, by the MORGAN 24, 30, 41, and 45. The line grew to include a great number of cruising and racing yachts. The OUT ISLAND 41, introduced in 1970, became legendary as a no-frills, center-cockpit standard, especially in the charter trade.