Price: £38,000 GBP
Location: Maldon, Essex ,GB
Make: Morgan Yachts, US
Condition: good, in commission
Keel Type: Full Keel
Morgan Out Island 41 Motor Yacht ‘Jo-lene’. from Catalina ( USA) 7 berth layout. Offshore 2005 emblem.
A useful cruising motor yacht /long keel. Large centre cockpit with a fitted all surround awning(with removable panels and windows including a roof light, You can observe the top of the masts from inside the awning.
Rigged as a mast head Ketch. Alloy mast and spars.
Within the deep centre cockpit there is the helm position both companionways (fore and aft), surround molded bench seating with cushioning / stowage. Wheel steering podium with navigation aids, engine controls and bow thruster remote. Access to deck winches and sheet breakers all can be worked from the cockpit under the awning, keeping directly out of the elements.
S/s Pulpit, push pit, stanchions and guard wires. a heavy duty pair of davits suspended from an inflatable dinghy with outboard. Various lifesaving aids stowed aft on the pushpit.
She offers generous accommodation with a double sized aft cabin with its own facilities. Forward accommodation there is a large saloon with integral galley, forward heads / hanging locker and further cabin space with berths…
Headroom 6ft 4inchs plus long berths lengths too.
An American design and build, commissioned by Morgan Yachts in 1982.
Nominal Length: 12.50 m
Length Overall: 12.50 m
Length At Water Line: 10.41 m
Beam: 4.17 m
Draft: 1.27 m
Max Draft: 1.27 m
Cruising Speed: 6 knots
Engine Power: 62hp
Number of Engines: 1
Passenger Capacity: 8
Builder: Morgan Yachts
Designer: Charles Morgan
Boat Name: Jo-Lene
Hull Material: Fibreglass
Hull Design: Displacement
Hull Speed: 10: knots
Engine Model: Perkins 4,154
Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Description: The engine bay hatch and traps located below the saloon flooring allowed access to the bilge.
Engine cooling: Closed fresh water/raw water heat exchanger.
2 x GRP fuel tanks
Engine Transmission Description: Shaft drive
the hull construction appeared to be of typical solid polyester laminate with fibreglass matt and woven roving. The internal hull structure consisted of cored fibre glass floor stringers, partitions, plywood bulkheads and joinery bonded to the hull and deck moulding.
The displacement hull was heavily rounded through to a deep
The hull was fitted with a separate fibre reinforced plastic deck moulding of similar construction bonded to the main hull with the bottom and sides of the hull strengthened internally by encapsulated stringers and encapsulated water tanks.
encapsulated fibreglass keel, Rudders: GRP encapsulated fin.
Roomy accommodation. Ideal for a family long distance cruising/ a couple living aboard. Separate owners cabin aft. Large centre cockpit.
Generous headroom throughout the accommodation.
Fitting and furnishings all in good clean order.
Water tanks Fibreglass with pressure pump system.
Diesel fed water heater
A two -burner/oven and grill were securely mounted in the
galley. Deep cool box (electric)
Cabin heater in aft cabin
Head: Two dry bowl sea toilets.
The heads ( fore and aft, were fully lined and fitted with Marine type sea toilets, shower and sink units.
Hydraulic steering . Auto pilot
Pumps: 3 x electric pumps. 1 x diaphragm manual pump.
Bronze skin fittings.Hoses: Reinforced PVC.
Valves: 2 x sink outlets. 4 x toilet. 2 x cockpit drains. 1 x engine.
Anchor: 2 x CQR sea anchors and chain. (45Ib / 35Ib).
Anchor windlass: One electric Lofrans winch and gypsy.
The main anchor was found in its dedicated position over the stem head fitting with approximately 200ft of 8mm galvanised plain link chain.
Main sail fractional, stack packed…with cover
Sail area 792sq ft
Stainless steel standing rigging.
Large winches 4 of .
Main mast is keel steeped. Mizzen mast deck stepped.
Life ring/horse shoe
Life raft, Man overboard recovery unit.
Fire extinguishers: 4.
Emergency wood plugs
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.