Morgan 384 for sale | 11.48m (37'8") | 1970 | 1x diesel 40hp | GRP Construction | Long keel underwater profile | 4 berths | Boat REF# 53105
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|Fuel capacity||181.8 ltr (40.0 G) Total - 1 Tanks|
|Water capacity||545.4 ltr (120.0 G) Total - 2 Tanks|
|Holding tank capacity||90.9 ltr (20.0 G) Total - 1 Tanks|
|Engine||1 x Diesel 40hp|
|Engine make and model||Perkins 4108 (1990)|
|Engine Hours||Not Recorded|
|Fuel consumption (approx)||3.4 ltr (0.7 G) /hour At Cruising Speed|
|Cruising speed (approx)||5 knots|
The Perkins Diesel will deliver six knots of boat speed at 2180 rpms and will burn 3/4 gallon of diesel. It has 1200 total hours and 880 hours since a total rebuild. At that time the current owner expressed a concern that the rear main seal always leaked, a common problem for Perkins owners. A custom seal was made and she has not leaked since. The electrical system was customized with one thing in mind bluewater cruising and living on the hook for extended periods. She has six house batteries in a custom box wired together with 2/0 so cable that provides a 660 amp/hour house bank. Two type 32 deep cycle starting batteries with a 100 amp Balmar alternator with two belts. The 5"v belt pulley on the front of the engine can accomodate a water maker and engine driven refridgeration. The wind generator, the two Siemens 90 watt solar panels are all wired to a common bus bar that is wired to the house battery bank. On the bus bar are two diodes that feed each of the two starting batteries individually anytime the bus bar is .5 volts higher than either starting battery, they automatically begin charging. This is a proven system that makes a very reliable charging system. The Hart 2500 watt invertor provides 110 volt for the microwave fans and TV while at anchor.!!!!!!!!!
FUEL POLISHING SYSTEM BY SWITCHING TWO VALVES THE POLISHING SYSTEM CAN BE USED TO BLEED THE FUEL SYSTEM
WHEN REPLACING FILTERS OR TO SUPPLY THE INJECTOR PUMP IF THE MECHANICAL PUMP FAILS OR FLIP ON SWITCH BELOW AND FUEL SUPPLY IS POLISHING.
|Draft Min||1.22m (4'0")|
|Draft Max||2.54m (8'4")|
Sloop rigged Morgan Aluminium spars (1970) with stainless steel standing rigging (1991)
SailsDiscounts available from our Preferred Partners
|Mainsail||Percoco - Slab (1991)|
|Headsail||- Furling (unknown year)|
|Other sails||Storm Jib (1991)|
|Strom Try sail (1991)|
|Mule (unknown year)|
Sails were made by Percoco Sails in Seabrook Texas. All were triple stitched in orange thread so it is easy to see if any seams need attention. All rigging is 316 stainless steel with Norsemann Staylock fittings. New in 1991.
12 volt, 8 batteries charged by: engine, wind generator, solar panels, shore power Hart Zentax 2500 Inverter
Construction10% discount on ultrasonic antifouling
|Underwater profile||Long keel|
All water tanks are manifolded together equipped with sight gauge
to determine water level. There is room to add two 30 gallon tanks under sole. Hoses and valves have been installed to accomodate extra water capacity. The bulkheads are tabbed to the fiberglass overlay on both sides. This is extremely strong construction.
|Total # of berths||4|
|No. of double berths||1|
|No. of single berths||2|
|Air conditioning||1 Air conditioning Units|
|Heads||1 heads (Manual)|
|Manual water system|
|Raw water wash|
Technautic Blue Cold Machine compressor and stainless steel holding plate. Refridgerator is approxiametly 2.5 cubic feet and the freezer is 4 cubic feet. This can be reversed by the bulkhead system inside the unit. The entire system was rebuilt from the hull out using 4 winds insulation equal to eight inches of foam around the entire box. The freezer will hold a gallon of Blue Bell ice cream at minus 5 degrees below zero and will produce 10 lbs of ice per day in the tropics. This may seem trivial until you are cruising; some of the Islands are charging six to ten dollars per bag of ice and you still have to get it to the boat without it melting. All this using the solar panels and the wind generator. There are two twenty pound propane cylinders in the stern locker that provide enough fuel for six months of daily cooking.
3 burner gas cooker
Garman GPS chart plotter mounted on back of hard top at eye level in front of Helm on custom mount that can be adjusted for all conditions.
Simrad Auto pilot mounted on Helm.
2 halyard winches
2 sheet winches
Electric Maxwell windlass (with remote control)
(45 lb CQR Danforth 22lb)
121.92m (400'0") of chain
91.44m (300'0") of warp
Avon Rover R3-10 dinghy (1891)
9.9hp outboard, Johnson (1981)
Hard top Dodger/Bimini Stainless Steel framework with handrails on three sides strong enough to do chin ups. Dodger has a roll down center window with heavy gauge. Isinglass and sunbrella covers to protect it from UVA. Roll up side curtains enclosure. Shade cloths for the cockpit and stern. Closed cell cushions for the cockpit and cockpit table with folding sides that will accomodate dinner for four. Sunshade from hard top to arch that provides shade for the entire cockpit. Drink holder and binocular holder on pedestal guard. There is a custom
Aluminum arch on the stern that has the solar panels and wind generator monunted and incorporates Davits
that will hold A 10 foot inflatable. The 6 x 1 purchase blocks will raise the dink with the engine and a six gallon fuel tank from water level with about 20 lbs of pull.
There are two Heavy duty SS bow
Sprits that allow having the anchors ready to deploy at all times.
Windlass is equipped with up/down switch on bow, up/down switch in cockpit, and a 45 foot remote in the cockpit there are two 3/0 cables wired to the house. Battery bank and running to the windlass with zero voltage drop.
2 bilge pumps (1 manual / 1 Electric)