38' / 11.58m

Rockland , Maine , United States
Keelin' It
"Keelin' It" is a fine example of a well-kept Morgan 384. She has sailed many blue water miles and is well outfitted for extended cruising.
Flag of Registry: United States
Fiberglass Hull
Vessel ID# 2789934
$45,000 USD
€41,625 Euros
CA$60,765 CAD
£36,190 GBP

"Keelin' It" is a fine example of a well-kept Morgan 384. She has sailed many blue water miles and is well outfitted for extended cruising. 

Recent upgrades include:


  • New dodger window
  • Partial cockpit enclosure with windows


  • New sail sheets and roller furler lines
  • Breeze booster wind scoop
  • Dorcap breeze rain preventer hatch scoop
  • Mantus Anchor 45lb w/ 150ft chain (first put on boat and used in 2020)
  • Mantus Anchor Bridle with swivel
  • Macerator and diaphragm pump for head
  • No-see-um netting cockpit enclosure
  • Hatch and window no-see-um netting
  • New Lee Cloths for port and starboard saloon berths


  • All new interior cushions (antimicrobial foam & Ultrasuede fabric)
  • Life sling II
  • Electric Windlass


  • Fresh Bottom Job
  • B&G Zeus 2 Sailing Chartplotter
  • Six (6)Trojan 105 Deep Cycle Batteries


  • New Cockpit Cushions


  • New Manual Bilge Pump
  • Additional Bilge Pump
  • New Awlgrip


  • Electric Macerating Toilet
  • New Galley Sink
  • New Cabin Sole 


  • Bimini Side Curtains and Dodger
  • AIS transponder
  • Inner Jib with furler


  • New Yanmar 4jh5e 50 hp diesel
  • New Furler for main jib


  • Raymarine Below Deck Autopilot
  • Fiberglass bimini top
  • Solar Panels


  • Spectra Ventura Watermaker 170 
  • Furuno 1610 Radar
  • Standard Horizon chart plotter
  • Stainless Steel Anchor Platform
  • Dinghy Davits in


  • Adler-Barbour Refrigeration w/new insulation


  • New Standing Rigging
  • Roller Furling Mainsail
  • Four Burner Propane Stove 


  • Original Dorades Vents replaced with New Hatches
  • All New Hatches for Excellent Ventilation

Data Sheet
LOA 38' (11.66 meters)
Type sail
Year 1984
Beam 12'
Draft Max 5'
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Fiberglass

Engine 1

I D 140246
Engine Make Yanmar
Engine Model 4JH5E
Engine Year 2013
Engine Type Inboard
Drive Type Direct
Power HP 50.00
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Vessel Details


A private V-berth cabin is forward. Moving aft, the private head with separate shower stall is to port, and storage lockers are to starboard. Continue aft into the main cabin; An L-shaped settee is to port, and settee is to starboard. A folding dining table is on centerline. Continue aft; the U-shaped galley is to port at the companionway, and a quarter berth with forward-facing navigation table is to starboard below the cockpit. The

engine is below the cockpit/companionway sole.


  • Adler-Barbour 12VDC Refrigeration w/new insulation (2009)
  • Seaward Gourmet (3) burner Propane Stove w/Oven (2008)
  • Double Galley Sink (2015)
  • Hot 'n Cold Pressurized Water
  • Manual Foot Pump
  • Lots of Storage


  • B&G Zeus Chartplotter 2018
  • Furuno 1610 Radar 2010
  • AIS transponder 2014
  • Raymarine Autopilot below decks 2012
  • Original Autopilot still in place
  • New wiring and Blue Sea distribution panel 2010
  • Solar panels on Fiberglass Hardtop 2010/2011
  • House batteries 2018 (Six Trojan 105 6 volt deep cycle)
  • Starting Battery 2018
  • Lewmar Electric Windlass w/Up 'n Down controls at helm and on deck (2019)
  • Electrical Bilge Pump 2016
  • Watermaker, Spectra Ventura 170, 2010
  • Electra-Scan Waste Treatment 2011


  • Hot 'n Cold Pressurized Water
  • Fiberglass Sink
  • Electro-Scan waste treatment 2011
  • New water heater 2014
  • Electric macerating toilet 2015
  • Separate Shower w/seating area


  • New furler for main jib 2013
  • New roller furling mainsail 2008
  • Inner jib with furler 2014
  • New Standing Rigging 2008


Morgan Yachts had a long history of building some of the finest quality yachts in the world before being bought by Catalina Yachts in 1985. This 1984 Morgan 384 was one of the last and best Morgan Yachts built before the company was sold to Catalina Yachts.

Morgan Yachts incorporated old world craftsmanship with state-of-the-art design and construction to build an extremely robust yacht that sails exceptionally well and has outstanding accommodations. The Morgan 384 is one of the best examples of this commitment to performance, quality, comfort and safety. Morgan hulls and decks were all hand laid laminates. There wasn't a chopper gun in the factory. The result was a stronger, lighter boat that performed will in light winds, yet strong enough to take out into blue water.

Over 500 Morgan 383 and 384 models were built. The 384 was the preferred yacht because it had a taller rig, bigger rudder, better ventilation below and the mainsheet traveler was moved from the cockpit to over the companionway hatch.

Mechanical Disclaimer

Engine and generator hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.


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.


For more information about this vessel, please contact Lesa Berard.
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Lesa Berard

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Cell: 207-514-5434