This very clean 1978 38'4" Morgan M-382 is located in East Hampton, NY. She is powered by a single Yanmar Diesel 3QM 30HP engine. The first M-38, designed by Charley Morgan and built by the company he founded in 1965, was in production from 1969 through 1971. Approximately 80 of these fine keel-center boarders were built, and most are still sailing today. In the mid-1970s, the company (which had passed out of Charley Morgan's hands) asked the well-known naval architect Ted Brewer to design a racer-cruiser with a 30-foot waterline. That boat was named the M-382. It had a long fin keel with a sturdy skeg-mounted rudder. Approximately, three hundred were built between 1977 and 1981 and this beautiful one is number 128. Her salon is very roomy with a very rich feeling and plenty of light. Her galley is loaded with all the amities you are used to in your home refrigerator duel burner stove and oven, Double stainless steel sink and and plenty of cabinet room. Her master state room sleeps 2, AFT single berth Sleeps 1 and dinette turns into a double berth which sleeps 2 as well. She is available by appointment and the owner will consider all reasonable offers. Contact us today to make an internet offer or arrange to view.
- Additional Information
- Spec Sheet for the 1978 Morgan 382 Sloop Morgan 382 Hull No. 128 Designer: Ted Brewer, S/N 128 Builder: Morgan Yachts, Largo, Florida LOA: 38’4” LWL: 30’6” Beam: 12’ Draft: 5’8” Displacement: 17,600# Ballast: 6,800# Sail Area: 668 Square Feet Name: Peregrina Engine: Yanmar 3 QM 30 HP Transmissioin: KH18 – AR1611, 2.03:1 Shaft: 1.25 Bronze Fuel Filter: Racor MDL 500 FG Filter Element: Racor 20105MOR – 2 Micron, Filter Element Yanmar: 194500 – 55710 Batteries: Optima D34 M-950 Blue Top, Interstate SC 34M, Interstate SC 34DM Battery Meters: Shur Rite Refrigeration: Adler Barbour MDL 159095 Stove: Galley Maid ALC Stereo: DEH-1100 Pioneer CD/Stereo Service Hot Water: Raritan WH 1A, 1250 Watt Compass: K37372 Danforth 4.5” Constellation Depth Sounder: DS 40 Horizon Genoa Winch: Lewmar No. 43 2 SP Port and Starboard Halyard Winch: Lewmar No. 16 2 SP Main and Genoa Mainsail with Cover, Battens, & Reef Points Genoa: Masthead 150% with Roller Furling Dodger: Stainless Steel Frame with Blue Canvas Dinghy: 8’ Dyer Sailing Midget with Rigid Bottom Anchor: CQR 35#, Danforth 30#, 5/8 x 200’ Windlass: 900# New In Box, Horizon
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