BROKERAGE 28' 5" (SECOND WIND) 1974 MORGAN

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C$ 12,500.00 Excl. tax

Morgan Out Islander 28, Ready to sail away. Always in Freshwater, never damaged, hauled out. The engine starts immediately and runs smoothly, oil stays clean. This is a well maintained boat, a turn-key, sail-away example of a wonderful cruising design. Th

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Morgan Out Islander 28, Ready to sail away. Always in Freshwater, never damaged, hauled out. The engine starts immediately and runs smoothly, oil stays clean. This is a well maintained boat, a turn-key, sail-away example of a wonderful cruising design. The Out Island 28 was designed to provide maximum accommodations and handling ease for cruising and is a much sought after design for Florida, the Bahamas and the Caribbean. It's shoal draft and low mast open up vast areas off limits to most sailboats. Yet, the 3200 lbs of ballast, wide beam and low mast combine to provide excellent stability in all wind conditions. The accommodations below rival that of much larger boats. Head room is 6' 2", there is housing, sleeping and eating room for 5 adults.

KEY SPECIFICATIONS

Vessel Name: Second Wind

Builder: C & C Yachts

Model Year: 1982

Year Built: 1982

Category: Cruising/Racing Sailboat

Country: Canada

MLS #: 263445

 

Staterooms: 1

 

Length: 30' (9.14m)

Draft: 5' (1.52m)

LWL: 24' 11" (7.59m)

Beam: 10' (3.05m)

Displacement: 3,450 lbs

Water Capacity: 40.00 Gal

Holding Tank: 10.00 Gal

 

Manufacturer: Yanmar

Model: 2GM

Engine Hours: 0

Engine Type: Inboard

Fuel Type: Diesel

Horsepower: 18

DETAILS

 

Bridge Yachts Ltd 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.

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