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1988 Morgan Classic 41

Saint Clair Shores, Michigan

$75,900

When Catalina bought Morgan Frank Butler decided to make the Out Island 41 which was a great party platform, but not a great sailboat so he put on a new underbody with a cut-away skeg hung rudder, now the boat can actually tack, an interesting new concept for that model. He also did what he was one of the best at made it more efficient to build and far easier to afford. It was a ton of boat for the money and it still is. If you want to go "Coral Crushing" for under a $100k you need to give "Pumalin" a close look.  

Basic Boat Info

Boat Name: Pumalin
Make: Morgan
Model: Classic 41
Year: 1988
Condition: Used
Category: Sail
Construction: Fiberglass
Boat Hull ID: MRYE1005E888
Has Hull ID: Yes
Keel Type: Other

Dimensions

Length: 41 ft
Length Overall: 41 ft
Beam: 13'10 ft

Other

Heads Count: 2
Boat Class: Center Cockpit

Contact

Bob Reed
St. Clair Sailboat Center

Office

St. Clair Sailboat Center
Located @ Jefferson Beach Marina 24400 E. Jefferson
St. Clair Shores, Michigan, US, 48080
Tel:586-530-3316
Disclaimer
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.


Brokers Notes

I was recently invited by the estate to get involved with "Paumalin" a 1988 Morgan Classic 41. My first inspection and first impression was it was a VERY nice boat that has been well loved. Both owners were engineers so the question of how and who made the boat so nice was answered. The recent owners were just retiring and getting ready to head south but his health failed and so goes the dream. The many recent upgrades have been well done so it is pretty close to ready to go, it is a great opportunity. One of the questions I had and haven't gotten to the bottom yet is the 4000 engine hours. To those that know Yanmar yes that a few hours with an average  life of 6000 hours, but with the care that two engineers have given it she is most likely good for another 4000. She is in the water and easy to see and test with lots of time to get ready headed South this year.  

Specs and Inventory
  • Morgan Classic 41 1988
  • Yanmar 4JH Series 44HP 4,100 Hours
  • LOA 41'
  • LWL 34'
  • Beam 13'10''
  • Draft 4'10''
  • Displacement 23,000 lbs
  • Ballast 8,500 lbs 
  • Water 215 gal
  • Fuel 85 gal
  • Waste (2) 47 gal
  • Recent Upgrades
  • New Rudder 2021
  • Cutlass Bearing 2021
  • Maxwell Windlass 2019
  • 200' 3/8 ACCO Chain 2019
  • CPT Wheel Autopilot 2019
  • New Forestay and Furler 2018
  • Garmin GPS Plotter 942 2018
  • Garmin Wind Instrument 2018
  • LED Masthead Lights 2018
  • Vetus Bow Thruster
  • Additional Equipment
  • Sails
  • Full Batten Main 2013
  • Stackpack Mainsail Cover
  • 125% Genoa 2013
  • 155% Genoa 2013
  • Lazy Jacks 
  • Dodger 
  • Binini
  • Connector
  • Full enclosure Glass & Screens
  • Fitted Cockpit Cushions
  • Custom Teak Cockpit Table w/ Folding Leaf's 
  • 11' Tender (needs repair)
  • 4 hp Evinrude Motor
  • Atkins-Hoyle Davits
  • Maxwell Electric Windlass
  • 55 lb Mantus Anchor
  • 200' 3/8 G40 Chain
  • Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning
  • 2 Burner CNG Stove and Oven
  • Sea Frost Freeze Plate Refrigeration Engine/110V
  • ProMariner 50 amp Charger

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Disclaimer
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.
Additional Contact Information

 Please contact Bob Reed at 586 530-3316 or Bob@scsailboat.com


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