2002 37Ft CASE MOTORSAILER "EMMA MORGAN" $120,000 OFFERS ENCOURAGED!! MOTORSAILER Used Classic Wooden Boat For Sale in Vineyard Haven
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SPECS, EQUIPMENT AND INFORMATION:
Boat Name: "EMMA MORGAN"
Dimensions LOA: 37 ft 6 in Beam: 12 ft 0 in LWL: 32 ft 0 in Maximum Draft: 4 ft 0 in Displacement: 25000 lbs Ballast: 7000 lbs
Engines Total Power: 60 HP
Engine 1: Engine Brand: Lugger Year Built: 2002 Engine Model: L984D Engine Type: Inboard Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel Engine Hours: 192 Drive Type: Direct Drive Engine Power: 60 HP
Cruising Speed: 6 knots @ 1500 RPM Maximum Speed: 7 knots
Tanks Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (30 Gallons) Fuel Tanks: (100 Gallons) Holding Tanks: 1 (25 Gallons)
Outside Equipment/Extras Manual windlass
Designer and Builder's Design parameters EMMA MORGAN was designed and built by her owners as a long-term live aboard cruiser. She is modeled on traditional full-diplacement motor sailors, and sailing cruisers of the 1940s and ‘50s. The construction is plank-on-frame using tropical hardwoods from South America, native white oak and locust, bronze fastened. There is a long flat keel with external lead ballast. The feathering propeller is well protected in a large aperture with no cut-out in the rudder. The engine is sized to be able to make useful progress in adverse conditions. The proposed sail plan would be adequate for moderate to heavy conditions, with the possibility of large headsails for light weather sailing.
A primary design parameter was that the boat be capable of spending time on inland lakes, rivers and canals as well as coastal and ocean waters. One possible use might have been to sail across the Atlantic and then cruise the European canals. Thus design and construction focused on strength and seaworthiness, with some sacrifice in windward sailing ability and ultimate speed. The cutter rig utilizes a bowsprit for the outer headsail, and a short mast and fully battened mainsail with an unusually large roach to provide adequate sail area and low center of gravity. Like a gaff rig, there is no standing backstay; aft-setting shrouds secure the mast, and running backstays can be used to tension the heastays as necessary. The mast steps on deck in a tabernacle, allowing the mast to be raised and lowered independent of shore-side cranes. As it is only 38’ long, it can be carried on deck without overhanging the hull at all, and at a height that makes it easy to work on deck. The bowsprit can be brought inboard and stowed on deck. Provisions were made to convert the rig to a traditional marconi rig with keel-stepped mast, should a future owner wish to make that change.
Current Rig Situation To date the boat has only been used as a power boat, and has not been rigged. We have a mast and boom of sitka spruce, plus most of the hardware, blocks and cordage to assemble and step the rig. Shrouds and stays will need to be made, and sails will need to be built by a custom sail loft. These are not included in the price.
Interior Description The interior is intended to be comfortable for a couple with occasional guests. There is a forward sleeping area with double berth separated from the cabin with a full bulkhead. The galley and main cabin are open plan, with diesel cabin heater, substantial galley, and a fold-away table. The head includes a Lavac head and flexible holding tank in the stern. Substantial storage space is already provided, but there are also opportunities to further customize storage lockers and galley space.
Double berth forward Galley amidships with sink and space for cooker Refleks brand diesel heater/cookstove Central main salon area with two setee-berths, folding table and outboard storage lockers Companionway to pilot house is to starboard and head with Lavac toilet to port Engine is located under the cockpit watertight hatch, with excellent accessibility Large lazarette aft with storage, engine exhaust system and steering gear
Pilothouse The watertight cockpit is about 6’ x 6’. The pilothouse originally covered the forward half of the cockpit, with glass windshield and dodger-style panels on the forward sides. In 2009 the roof was extended aft to cover the entire cockpit, and roll-down curtains provided for the side and back. This provides a number of options for shade, shelter and fresh air, depending on conditions. The engine is accessible through a large water-tight hatch in the cockpit, and through the lazarette and doors in the main cabin.
Construction and Materials Used Traditional wood plank on frame construction Silicon bronze screws and bolts throughout SilverBali exterior planking, interior woodwork and cabin trunks Angelique backbone Angelique and locust sawn main frames Oak steam bent intermediate frames Decks are marine plywood, covered in Dynel and epoxy resin Interior woods are SilverBali, cedar, cherry and teak
On Deck and Miscellaneous Edson steering system, cable and rack and pinion combination and single lever engine controls Classic yacht wheel Large cockpit scuppers Valve system for easy winterization of engine Opening windshield panel in forward section of pilothouse Boom and Mast gallows Copper-nickel mast tabernacle for lowering mast to cruise canals, etc. 130 Watt solar panel mounted on pilothouse roof Removable bowsprit system Bronze step on starboard and port sides with swim ladder
Electrical !2 volt and 110 shore power systems 90 Amp high output alternator Upgraded high output alternator One 220 AH house battery and 2X12 volt starting batteries 130 Watt solar panel charging system mounted on pilot house roof Standard Horizon depthsounder Hand held VHF radio
Sail Plan Please see designer's drawing of cutter rig, lowerable for canal cruising Proposed 700 sq. feet of nominal sail area There are no sails
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.
BARNEGAT BAY YACHT BROKERAGE
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Thank you, Glenn Schroeder