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1980 51 (ft.) MORGAN YACHTS 51

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Listing# 147376

Buffalo, NY, United States
Boat Type
Model Year
51 (ft.)
Bridge Clearance
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General Details

The Morgan Out Island 51 is a very popular long range cruiser. The Morgan can be either a blue water cruiser, live aboard, or a floating vacation home. Condar was a local legendary boat along the water front for years. With it's size & nice lines it turns alot of heads as she sails pass! A large center cockpit that's large enough for entertaining. The ketch rig with all sails on rolling furling allow for numerous sail plans for whatever the weather. This boat is sold, with 1 1/8" fiberglass in some areas, plus a 15 foot beam that makes for a smooth ride. If the wind isn't blowing the 130 HP Perkins diesel will get you on your way.

Down below the spacious interior is well lighted with a main salon living area approximately 8'x12'. Numerous shelves & lockers. The dining area converts to a oversize double berth. The large galley is U-shaped with gimballed 3 burner range with oven, two-door upright 12v/110v refrigerator/freezer, 10 cu ft ice box, hot/cold presusured water, and a double stainless steel sink. Teak parquet sole.

The aft stateroom features a queen sized berth, cedar lined hanging locker, teak bureau, and teak vanity/desk. The aft head has a tub/shower, vanity & water closet.

The forward stateroom features a double berth, teak hanging locker, teak bureau, and teak privacy doors to head & farward passageway. The forward head has a shower, stall, vanity, and water closet.

A nice feature on the Morgan is a work shop area with a bench top, and generous stowage. The engine room has unrestricted access to the Perkins, and all other electrical, mechanical, and plumbing systems.

The Morgan needs some TLC, but with some elbow grease & a few systems update, it could be back to it's former glory.

This listing has now been on the market 30 days. If you are thinking of making an offer, go ahead and submit it today! Let's make a deal!

We encourage all buyers to schedule a survey for an independent analysis. Any offer to purchase is ALWAYS subject to satisfactory survey results.

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The best way to discribe the condition of this boat is to tell the history. The original owner bought new, and sailed her offshore about 4 years, traveling the globe. The boat was then put on the hard, and was stored for about 8 years. The current owner who is now 84, found the boat, hauled it back to the Lake Erie area, and stored it in his airplane hanger. He proceded to rework the boat for the next two years to get it ready for the water. The boat enjoy crusing around the freshwater Great Lakes for the next 15 years, with many adventures & fond memories! About 5 years ago the local marina pulled the boat for the winter, and stored on the hard. The marina had travel lift issues, and due the size of the boat, could not relaunch, or move the boat. Other personal & health issues came up, so the boat sat for 5 years. At the time of the haul out, the engine & all systems worked on the boat, but at this time, the conditions of what works, and doesn't work is unknown? The hull, deck, and rig all look solid, but with 5 years on the hard, all sysyems need to be checked out. Just about every items on the boat is original, or 10-15 years old. The electronics were working at the time of the haul out, but many are outdated by know. The local marina does have a a travel lift that can lift her.