1980 Morgan 33' (10.06 m) Out Island
Portsmouth, Rhode Island, United States
A wonderfully comfortable and simple boat for those looking to sail easily and yet have the ability to motor up back ones berth or slip, when the wind is on the nose. This practical motor-sailor may not appeal to every one, but she can certainly go any where and keep it's occupants safe & dry.
- Fiberglass Hull
- HIN/IMO: MRY29029M80J
A wonderfully comfortable and easy boat for those looking to get afloat, have some canvas to play with and yet have the ability to motor up back ones berth or slip, when the wind is on the nose.
This very practical motor-sailor may not appeal to every one, but she can certainly go any where and keep its occupants dry and safe.
Stella Maris, has been very well cared for by its knowledgeable owners of many years and is reluctantly on the market.
Do contact us for further information or to schedule a viewing.
In Stock: Yes
LOA: 33' (10.06 Meters)
Type: Sail- Used
Beam: 11' 9''
LWL: 27' 6''
Draft Max: 3' 10''
Head Room: 6' 2''
Maximum Speed: 7.5 Knots
Cruise Speed: 6 Knots
Fuel Type: Diesel
Super Structure Material: Fibreglass
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Hull Finish: Awlgrip
Hull Shape: Displacement
Bridge Clearance: 47' 6''
Fuel Tank: 105 Gallons (397.47 Liters)
Fresh Water: 190 Gallons (719.23 Liters)
Holding Tank: 15 Gallons (56.78 Liters)
Displacement: 14500 lbs
Ballast Weight: 5000 lbs
Designer: Charles Morgan
Max Passengers: 6
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- Engine Make: Perkins
- Engine Model: 4108
- Engine Year: 1980
- Engine Type: Inboard
- Drive Type: Direct
- Power HP: 50.00
- Fuel Type: Diesel
- Hours: 1220.00
- Engine Location: Middle
Hull & Deck
- Awlgrip hull, 2015
- Anchor LED light, 2016
- Maxwell Windlass, 2018
- Bruce 33# anchor w/ 5/16 chain and new 8 plait rode
- Washdown hose, 2018
- Foredeck awning, Navy Sunbrella, 2019
- New Lexan Window Pilot House deck head, 2019
- Pilot house deck repainted (Interlux Perfection Artic white), 2019
- Bottom paint (Interlux Micron Extra biocide and copper), 2019
- Lifelines, 2020
- LED steaming, bicolor navigation, stern lights, 2020
- Loud Hailer, 2020
- Pilot house handrails, rebedded 2021
- Boarding ladder
- Solar vents on bow x2
- Perkins 4.108 50hp, 1220 hours
- Batteries (4 Trojan 6V, one 1131S), 2015
- DC volt meter replaced, 2015
- Tachometer replaced, 2016
- Alternator replaced, 2017
- Mass Combi Charger/Inverter 3000W, 2017
- Stuffing box rebuilt, 2019
- Manual and electric bilge pump, 2020
- Manual Head with holding tank
- New sanitation hoses, 2017
- Nova Kool Refrigerator, 2016
- A/C, reverse cycle 16K BTU, 115V, 2018
- Hot water heater, 2015 (new thermostat 2019)
- 2 burner propane stove
- 30 amp shore power with cord
- 2 x Fresh water tanks, aluminium (50 & 140 gallons)
- 2 x Fuel tanks, aluminium (50 & 55 gallons)
- 1 x Holding tank, vinyl (15 gallons)
Instrumentation & Electronics
- Raymarine ST 6001 Autohelm
- Raymarine Speed/Depth Transducer, 2016
- Raymarine e97 Chart plotter, 2020
- Raymarine Radar, 2020
- Raymarine Masthead Wind transducer, 2020
- Raymarine i60 Wind display, 2020
- Raymarine SR50 Sirius Weather System, 2020
- B&G V60-B VHF & H60 wireless handset, 2020
- Fusion Stereo & 4 speakers,
- SiriusXM receiver, 2020
Rig & Sails
- Jasper & Bailey Roller Furling Jib with clew board, 2011
- Jasper & Bailey Roller Furling Main, 2016
- Furlex Roller Furling system - Mainsail, 2016
- Furlex System 204S - Headsail, 2019
- New standing rigging, 2020
- Lewmar self tailing winch.
- 2 x Winches on mast.
- Whisker pole.
Interior & Accommodations
- V Berth forward - Ultrasuede, 7" foam, 2018
- Drawer and cabinet storage to port
- Head w/ shower to starboard
- Hanging locker to port
- Galley with cabinets to port
- Settee/pullman to starboard with shelves above - Ultrasuede & foam, 2018
- Large drop down table on bulkhead
- LED lights through out, 2020
- Fans, 12V over berths and galley, 2020
- Helm to starboard with Captain's chair
- Chart table to port, also with Captain chair, currently unmounted.
- Rattan chairs to port - Ralph Lauren fabric & foam, 2018
- Drawer and cabinet storage to port and starboard
- Teak parquet sole, refinished 2012
- Teak cockpit grate
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Growing up in Malta, Alex was surrounded by the Mediterranean maritime industry. He built his first model boat at the age of 11 and hasn’t stopped playing with boats since. In no time, Alex learned to sail and had his offshore captain’s license by age 17 and his Ocean Master ticket by his mid 20's. Besides learning and developing skills as a seaman, he was also playing with engines and machinery of all types, including building and racing rally cars and old motorcycles.
With a college background in physics, applied and pure mathematics, he studied naval architecture, which culminated in being employed at Sergio Lupoli Yacht Design in Naples for 5 years, this included design and building schedules of small custom IRC racing sailboats. While this led to work on a wide variety of projects and boats, restlessness eventually led back to sea, initially as mate on an ocean-going tug, master on a research dive vessel, running a Swan for the Japanese delegation at a G7 summit, several transatlantic passages, as well as racing yachts in the Middle Sea Race and elsewhere in the Mediterranean.
More recently he was captain/engineer onboard a 30m classic motor yacht for 13 years, with an approximate 5000Nm yearly cruising schedule. Besides being responsible for the guests & crew, Alex scheduled and oversaw the extensive refit and maintenance programs required for an old classic yacht, with all the numerous little bits that go with keeping such a vessel afloat and running.
In addition to his native languages of Maltese, English, and Italian, Alex is conversant in Spanish, French, and Arabic. He and his wife sailed from Malta to the US in their 33-foot gaff cutter. They now reside in Portsmouth, and in their free time explore the US countryside on their dual sport motorcycles. He is a life member of the Royal Malta Yacht Club and past president of the Rhode Island Soaring Club, where he is a prominent participant in national model sailplane contests.
Alex is now on the team at Brewer Yacht Sales, and excited to utilize his decades of experience on behalf of clients wishing to experience the fun and pleasure of yacht ownership.