1986 Morgan 41' (12.50 m) Out Island Classic
Port Royal, South Carolina, United States
1986 Morgan Out Island Classic
Flag of Registry: United States
- Fiberglass Hull
The Morgan Out Island 41 is a recreational keelboat, built predominantly of fiberglass, with teak wood trim. It has a masthead sloop or optional ketch rig with aluminum spars, a raked stem, a conventional transom, a center cockpit equipped with a ship's wheel for steering and a fixed long or fin keel.
There are many variations in layout, but the basic design has sleeping accommodation for seven people, with a double "V"-berth in the bow cabin, an "L"-shaped settee, with a folding table and a straight settee in the main cabin and an aft cabin with a double berth. The aft cabin is accessible from the main cabin or from the center cockpit directly, via its own companionway. The passageway between the aft cabin and the main cabin has a workbench on the port side and double doors to access the engine room on starboard. The galley is located on the starboard side just forward of the forward companionway ladder. The galley is "L"-shaped and is equipped with a two-burner alcohol-fired stove, a 7 cu ft (0.20 m3) icebox and a double sink. A navigation station is opposite the galley, on the port side and has a second 10 cu ft (0.28 m3) icebox below it. There are two heads, one in the bow cabin on the starboard side and one on the starboard side in the aft cabin, both with showers. The below deck trim is teak.
Ventilation is provided by a total of 14 opening ports, two opening ports on the transom, aft cabin, bow cabin and galley hatches. Light for the engine room is provided by a cockpit floor prism port light.
For sailing the design is equipped with full-length perforated toe-rails that can be used for jib sheeting. The cockpit sheeting winches are two-speed. There are halyard winches on the main mast and the mizzen mast. Both masts are provided with topping lifts. The bow is fitted with an anchor roller.
LOA: 41' 3'' (12.57 Meters)
Type: Sail- Used
Beam: 13' 8''
Draft Max: 6' 3''
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Hull Shape: Other
Displacement: 23000 lbs
Ballast Weight: 8500 lbs
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- Engine Make: Yanmar
- Engine Model: 4JHE
- Engine Type: Inboard
- Drive Type: Direct
- Fuel Type: Diesel
- Yanmar 4JHE Diesel Engine hours: 2940
- Anchors: 45lb Delta with 180 ft 5/16 chain and 33kg Bruce with 25 ft 5/16 chain and 150 ft ¾ nylon rode
- Xantrex inverter charger and Xantrex battery monitor (2021).
- High Water Alarm
- Fireboy propane “sniffer” sensor.
- Muir electric windless w/remote
- 8 Fenders: two 10x30, two 10x20, four 8x20
- Sails: Full batten Mainsail w/lazy jacks & stack pack; Schaefer Roller furling: 150 genoa (restitched 2017), 130 genoa (restitched 2017); crusing spinnaker
- Two deck boxes
- Six 5 gal. fuel jugs
- Raymarine: digital chart plotter & digital radar (June, 2016). Autopilot, Depth, & Wind indicator.
- Standard Horizon VHF pedestal mount radio (2015).
- ICOM handheld radio (2015).
- Danforth Constellation pedestal mount compass (refurbished 2017).
- ACR Global Fix Epirb (2017)
- Safety Gear: two USCG rated tethers, two offshore PFDs w/harness, one std. harness
- USCG required safety equipment: horn, Orion Beacon, Type 1 PFDs (2 adult)
- LifeSling, MOB pole.
- Custom Aluminum Stern Arch w/dinghy davit;
- LP grill and KISS wind generator (rebuilt Apr., 2018).
- Stainless steel Gauhauer engine lift w/tackle.
- Fully equipped AB Rib w/chaps inflatable (11 ft.) w/Yamaha 15hp (2 cycle) outboard
- Princess 3 burner propane stove
- 700 watt Microwave
- Adler Barbour refrigeration & freezer
- Electric & engine water heater (6 gal.) (2017).
- Vizio TV (22 in.) w/Sanyo blueray DVD and Shakespeare Omni Directional Antenna
- JVC digital & CD player
- Heat & A/C: 15000 BTU reverse cycle heat pump in saloon and 9000 BTU reverse cycle heat pump in aft cabin.
- Two Heads: VacuFlush in aft cabin. Forward has Raritan hand pump.
- All new cushions & foam in V berth and saloon (2017).
- Custom aft cabin mattress & topper (2017) and custom sheets.
- Cushioned center cockpit is enclosed with Sunbrella & removable Eisenglass panels.
- Ample dock lines, charts, spare parts, & equipment manuals – too numerous to list!
- Generous storage compartments throughout boat.
- Custom crab pot deflector between skeg & rudder (2016).
- 50 gal. fuel tank (installed Aug., 2016).
- Rigging survey by Certified Marine Investigator (April, 2020) details above average schedule of maintenance & care of S/V Eliza.
- Two water tanks: one 90 gal. & one 125 gal.
- Emergency Tiller
- Salt water “washdown”
- Shower in cockpit. Also, cockpit table w/drink holder.
- “Railed” boarding steps
- Halon fire suppressor in engine room
- Four fire extinguishers (2021).
- 12X16 sun shade
- Oceanaire screens on all deck hatches
- Two way headset for anchoring
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Russ Calasant grew up in Niantic, CT working in local boatyards and on charter boats. By age twelve, Russ purchased his first boat: fast forward to today and about a dozen boats later, Russ travels between Beaufort and Hilton Head, SC as well as Savannah, GA on his Boston Whaler and lives aboard his Sea Ray with his wife Lisa and pup Ziggy in Port Royal, SC.
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