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1978 Morgan 382

  • 38 ft
  • Portsmouth, RI, US

Yacht price :

$49,500

Overview

This Morgan 382 Lime’n is a 1978 Ted Brewer design built by Morgan Yachts, Largo Florida.
 
The yacht was totally upgraded in 2010-2012 and has been further upgraded and maintained by her present owner.
 
Awlgrip Seashell green hull, blue & red boot stripe, gold cove line
 
Cruising World  Description: A teardrop-shaped hull, wide beam, discreet reverse transom, and long overhangs might be the hallmarks of a vintage racing boat, but Ted Brewer designed the Morgan 382 as a cruiser, not as a racer that could also be cruised. From 1977 to 1986, Morgan Yachts and its successor, Catalina-Morgan, built nearly 500 of the Morgan 382 and its later configurations, the 383 and 384. Owners have taken them everywhere.
 
Visually, the boat is balanced and well proportioned, and the low cabin trunk and 6-inch bulwarks help keep the profile trim. At upward of 17,000 pounds on a waterline of 30 feet 6 inches, the boat is almost in the heavy-displacement category. The hull, however, with its elongated fin keel, skeg-attached rudder, and roundish bilge, isn’t that of a slow cruiser.
 
The all-wood interior offers volumes of room and storage. The head of the double quarter berth to starboard serves as the seat for the nav area; opposite is a large and efficient galley. In the saloon, the L-shaped seat to port seats six comfortably at the drop-leaf table. The pilot berth has been removed to allow for storage cupboards. 

Specifications

Basic Information

Manufacturer:
Morgan
Model:
382
Year:
1978
Category:
Sail
Condition:
Used
Location:
Portsmouth, RI, US
Available for sale in U.S. waters:
Yes
Vessel Name:
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Hull Type:
Hull Color:
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Dimensions & Weight

Length:
38 ft - 11.58 meter
LOA:
38 ft 3 in - 11.66 meter
Beam:
12 ft - 3.66 meter
Draft - max:
5 ft - 1.52 meter
Bridge Clearance:
-
Dry Weight:
-

Engine

Make:
Model:
N440
Year:
-
Engine(s):
1
Hours:
1938
Cruise Speed:
-
Range:
-
Joystick Control:
No
Engine Type:
Drive Type:
Fuel Type:
Horsepower:
-
Max Speed:
-

Tank Capacities

Fuel Tank:
40 gallons - 1 tank(s)
Fresh Water Tank:
90 gallons - 1 tank(s)
Holding Tank:
12 gallons - 1 tank(s)

Accommodations

Total Cabins:
-
Total Berths:
-
Total Sleeps:
-
Total Heads:
1
Captains Cabin:
No
Crew Cabins:
-
Crew Berths:
-
Crew Sleeps:
-
Crew Heads:
-

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Descriptions

Hull and deck
Fiberglass using woven roving and matt with polyester resin. Topsides and deck cored with synthetic foam and plywood for loaded areas on deck, solid below the waterline. The deck is painted with Kiwi non-skid finish 
 
Dorade boxes, varnished teak, the cowls are low profile Attwood Cowl vents model 1364A
 
Elongated fin keel, skeg hung rudder 
 
Ballast: Encapsulated lead, 6,800 lbs. The aft end of the keel is a waste holding tank.
 
 
 
Mast and rigging
Aluminum single spreader keel stepped Kenyon mast, Kenyon aluminum boom 
 
Kenyon spar,  Section 6092.  9.25” x 6” Wall thickness .188” 
 
Unstepped winter 2019-2020 painted with Epoxy 2000 E then Interlux Brightside Seattle gray 
 
Sail area:  680 Sq ft with a 100 % headsail.  
 
Standing rigging: 1 x 19 stainless wire. Examined by RigPro 2013.  Examined winter 2019-2020 parts replaced as necessary. 
 
Headstay and Harken furling system installed. Divided section of backstay replaced 2012
 
Sails
Mainsail: 2010 Doyle two full battens, two partial battens 
 
Headsail: 2010 Doyle 135%
 
Luff: 43’ 4”  tape 5mm
 
Leach: 41’ approx
 
Foot: 23’ 6” 
 
#2 headsail
 
about 100%
 
Luff 41’ 9”
 
Leach  40’ 6”
 
Foot 18’ 8” 
 
P =40’6”
 
I = 46’ 1.5” at the deck edge
 
I = 44’ 5.5” at the partners
 
E=14’ 6”
 
J=16.2 
 
Forestay length 47’ 3.25”  pin to pin
 
Furler: 5mm 
 
Cruising Spinnaker asymmetrical: 
 
SL 49’ 6”
 
Leach 46
 
SMG 22’ 10”
 
SMW
 
SF 28.11”
 
Electronics and navigation
Airmar speed and temperature transducer paddlewheel model 20-399-01 
 
Binnacle:
Raymarine system:

 
RL70C Radar and plotter

 
ST6002 Autopilot

 
ST60+ Wind direction and speed
 
ST60+Boat speed

 
ST60+ Depth

 
Danforth Constellation magnetic compass
 
Binnacle:
Raymarine system:
RL70C Radar and plotter
ST6002 Autopilot
ST60+ Wind direction and speed ST60+Boat speed
ST60+ Depth 
Danforth Constellation magnetic compass
 
 
 
Electrical
House batteries:
 
Two GP 31 gel cell batteries, one 2020, second 2021. One aft the other STBD sette 
 
Charge rate 14.28-16.25. 
 
Isolator switch on the settee front adjacent to the batteries
 
Fuses inside the battery compartment 
 
Starting Battery
 
Two sealed wet cell batteries are located under the starboard aft quarter berth.
 
The isolator switch on the front of the quarter berth was installed in approximately 2015.
 
 
 
100 W solar panels with a regulator in the galley, on the aft bulkhead.
 
Bayite Regulator (from Amazon) model BYT –VAM -033 Range 100A Instructions in the electrical file aboard. Ammeter/voltmeter installed April 21st, 2021 adjacent to the solar charge regulator, ‘Hall’ ammeter sensor on the aft side of the galley bulkhead (in the cockpit locker)
 
 
 
Upgrades
Stripping the hull bottom and rudder and epoxy coating
 
Awlgrip painting the topsides Seashell Green, gold cove line, and red and dark blue boot stripe
 
Stripping and painting the decks with Kiwi non-skid.
 
Awlgrip painting the cockpit and cabin top white.
 
Varnished areas include the cockpit coamings, lazarette hatch, companionway, teak handrails, and Dorade boxes.
 
The aluminum mast and boom are painted Seattle gray.
 
Eight winches
 
Headstay foil
 
Mainsail in a Stack-Pack,  two headsails, and an asymmetrical spinnaker.
 
Lewmar 12 volt windlass. Chain locker, anchor washdown
 
Lewmar Deep-Set 35 lb anchor with 250 of chain + Fortress anchor
 
Nanni 40 HP engine, new shaft, Lastdrop seal. Twin-Disk transmission
 
Line cutters
 
Three blade bronze propeller 
 
Teak cabin table
 
Teak and holly varnished sole
 
Forward cabin with a filler piece for the bunk
 
Head compartment, teak gratings, shower and washbasin, electric head with holding tank with electric pump out 
 
Salon the settees port and starboard.
 
Teak, varnished salon table
 
Galley to port, three burner propane stove, and oven, two 10 lb tanks in a drained locker
 
12-volt refrigeration and freezer, keel cooler
 
Stainless steel sink
 
Varnished companionway steps and engine compartment door
 
Starboard side quarter berth
 
Navigation table, electrical panel, clock, and barometer
 
3KW Inverter/charger
 
Gel-Cell house batteries, separate engine start batteries
 
150 amp Balmar alternator
 
Solar panel
 
90 gallons water in two tanks
 
40 gallons diesel in one tank
 
Edson wheel steering and emergency tiller
 
Raymarine radar, GPS, wind, depth, and speed.
 
Dinghy, hand-held VHF
 
Dodger, Bimini, binnacle. All Sunbrella
 
All galley equipment
 
Four installed cabin fans
 
 
 
Equipment and gear included with sale
Engine: 
 
Raw water pump Impeller     - Spare                                                                    
 
Fuel filter elements
 
Alternator belt
 
Fuel pump -                                                                                                                         
 
Engine cooling pump (freshwater) -                                                                                    
 
Engine winterizing hose, porthole to water strainer. 
 
Other:
 
Emergency tiller
 
Hand-held VHF                                                                                                                   
 
Manuals
 
Topside boarding side step
 
Binnacle cover
 
Bimini
 
Dodger
 
Bosun’s chair
 
Clock and Barometer
 
Varnished flagstaff and ensign
 
 
 
Galley:
 
Pans
 
Cutlery
 
Carving knifes
 
Plates
 
Coffee cups and rack
 
Cutting board
 
Second propane tank—needs re-certification
 
Spinnaker pole useful for foredeck shrink-wrap support 
 
Bile pumps
 
Rule 500
 
Rule 2000
 
Installed cockpit hand pump 
 
Three Fire Extinguishers 
 
Solar panel, regulator, and charge indicator,  new Sept 2021 -                                           
 
Second anchor, Fortress-                                                                                                   
 
Docking lines 
 
Fenders 
 
Stainless steel boarding ladder -                                                                                        
 
 
 
Exclusions from Sale
Name (Lime'n)
 
Artwork
 
Tools and fasteners boxes
 
BBQ
 
Sail repair kit
 
Charts
 
Inflatable offshore life jackets
 
Books
 
 
 
Winches
Mast: 
 
Main halyard: Lewmar 40 Two Speed
 
Spinnaker halyard: Lewmar 40 Two speed
 
Genoa halyard: Barlow 19 Single speed
 
Reefing: Lewmar 6 single speed 
 
Cockpit:
 
Genoa sheets: Primaries:  Two Lewmar 54 ST’s   Two speed
 
Headsail furling:  (port side)  Lewmar 43 ST Two speed 
 
Mainsheet: Barient 22 Two speed
 
 
 
Tankage
Fuel capacity:   40 gallons in one fiberglass tank located under the salon sole. 
 
Water capacity: 90 gallons in two polyethylene tanks, 60 gallons under the starboard settee, 30 gallons port settee 
 
Waste capacity: 25 gallons in two tanks, under the head compartment vanity: 10 gallons, keel tank 20 gallons
 
Head tank only used.
 
 
 
Ground tackle
250’  5/16  chain
 
Deep Set 35lb anchor - Fortress 
 
Lewmar 1000  12 volt windlass
 
Anchor washdown 12-volt pump and hose (pump under the head washbasin)
 
 
 
Engine
2011 40 hp NANNI, 4 cylinder diesel, naturally aspirated, freshwater cooled with a heat exchanger.
 
Kubota  model V1903-ES 01
 
The engine has 1938 hours as of 11.30.2021
 
Family: 7KBXL02.OFC
 
40 HP @2800 RPM
 
Disp 1.9L 
 
Technodrive Twin Disc transmission using ATF   TMC 60 E   S/N 193884  2:1
 
Oil bath type, no oil pump, so prop can turn without damage to gearbox except for wear and tear. 
 
Groco ARG 1250P saltwater strainer. 
 
Primary fuel filter: Racor and engine fuel filter. Racor 500 FG with a service top.  2 micron 
 
Engine mounted spin-on fuel filter:
 
NAPA Gold 3149
 
Purolator  F50359
 
NANNI N 440 
 
12 volt assist fuel pump  (flow-through), automatic. Assists fuel supply and ‘bleeding’ after fuel filter replacement.  
 
Engine mounted spin-on oil filter: NAPA Gold 1311
 
Lube oil:
 
Shell Rotella T4 Triple Protection 15W-40 
 
Air filter: 
 
Raw water pump:
 
Johnson pumps. Impeller: Johnson 1027  B-1    Impeller kit Nanni 970604591
 
 
 
Shaft and prop
1 ¼ stainless shaft with Shark line cutters.
 
Cutless bearing. Dripless shaft seal. 
 
Propeller:  three-blade fixed 18x11 RH Michigan OP16132 Balanced July 2016 
 
Keyway bronze
 
Half nut  7/8” #9 thread    ( old full nut 7/8” #9 thread)
 
Zinc nut #9 thread  
 
Zinc: from BoatZincs.com 
 
569 Main Street, Hudson, MA 01749      978-841-9978 
 
Cone zinc for a PropNut ‘D’  for a 1-1/4” shaft   
 
*2020 started using an aluminum cone, not zinc
 
 
 
Steering
Stainless steel wheel with a leather-covered rim
 
Fiberglass rudder.
 
Stainless steel stock
 
Upper bearing with a grease fitting
 
Rudder stock gland is a conventional stock stuffing box packing gland 
 
Edson Radial drive was installed in 2011. 
 
Cables new 2011, checked 2019
 
Emergency tiller stored in the lazarette 
 
Fiberglass rudder with steel internal frame, stainless rudder stock  1 ¾”
 
Lower bearing: Bronze gudgeon and pintle
 
Upper bearing: Delrin under the autopilot tiller arm
 
 
 
 
 
Chain and sprocket in the binnacle to cable, sheaves, and quadrant.
 
Emergency tiller stored in the lazarette bolts to the top of the rudder stock. Remove steering wheel for tiller room.
 
 
 
 
 
Autopilot tiller arm: Raymarine  xx00-810-MK 11 a second number is 81210 -check
 
Pilot follower:  M 81105     120  0098
 
Raymarine ram:   Type 1
 
 
 
 
 
April 2021  Fully inspected the steering and greased the cables, sheaves and upper bearing. Very smooth operation.
 
 
 
Drainage
Bilge drainage:  Forward, then under passage sole by the head compartment, under the mast step box, under the fuel tank to the bilge well, above the keel waste tank. From the mast step box into the bilge as above
 
From under the engine tray to the bilge well
 
Aft’ under the engine 
 
Deck drainage:
 
Arrangement:
 
Both side deck drain hoses go to one exit through-hull on the port side of the centerline aft’
 
Cockpit with two scuppers
 
Arrangement:
 
Each with its own seacock and through-hull fitting under the steering quadrant, port, and starboard.
 
 
 
Pumps
Bilge pumps:
 
Hand pump in the cockpit
 
Maintenance pump: Rule 500 automatic, electronic, not float switch
 
Emergency pump:    Rule 2000  7570 LPH automatic, electronic not float switch, both hot-wired via fuses aft’ off the electrical panel 2000 GPH  level pumping, possibly 1000 GPH as installed 
 
Waste Macerator pump:   Jabsco model 18590-2092.   12-volt dry run protection 
 
Freshwater pump: constant pressure switch
 
Freshwater pump: Jabsco Sensor Max 14. model 31750 0000 35PSE, 3.7GPM 
 
Shower and wash basin drain pump: Jabsco 16148-0000 
 
Anchor wash pump: Jabsco automatic water system pump 50 PSI 31395-0092
 
 
 
Plumbing
Anchor wash saltwater. Pump under the vanity in the head. Saltwater intake is shared with the head intake. 
 
Washbasin & Shower drain: Selection valve on the face of the vanity. Shower or washbasin. 
 
Galley sink:  Straight to the through-hull under the sink 
 
Engine saltwater cooling: through-hull in the cockpit locker-port side, the bottom of the locker has a lift-out access hatch 
 
Anti-syphon loop for the engine above the engine. 
 
Anti-syphon:   Loop for the washbasin and shower drain behind the small vent on the face board of the vanity  beneath the washbasin 
 
Head:  PAR marine toilet model 59128-0000 electric conversion.
 
Rebuilt March 2021 
 
Head flushing water:  Salt
 
 
 
Paint
Salon Paint:  Interlux Brightside Hatteras Off White, 4218 
 
Topsides:      Awlgrip Seashell Green H4368 
 
Deck:            KiwiGrip non-skid finish. PYI 
 
Bilge:           International bilge gray 
 
Varnish:       Epifanes gloss 
 
Bottom:        West Marine CPP 
 
Spars:           Interlux Seattle Gray number 4205. Single part poly
 
 
 
Through hull's
Head flushing: Under the vanity in the head compartment
 
Anchor wash:                                 ..
 
Waste tank discharge:                ..
 
 Shower and washbasin:                  ..
 
 Engine saltwater intake:  Cockpit locker, small removable hatch in the removable sole.
 
Galley sink: Under the sink, under a shelf 
 
Speed and depth:  under the sole outside the head door 
 
Bilge pumps:   under the stern counter above the waterline port side, one for both electric pumps, one for the cockpit hand pump 
 
Separate discharge through hulls with seacocks for the steering cockpit drains, under the cockpit, access via engine compartment 
 
Combined through-hull for the side deck scuppers above the waterline in the steering bay 
 
Propane locker/lazarette: drains above the waterline under the counter, the centerline of the hull.
 
The bottom of the propane locker is epoxy coated
 
 
 
Water heater
Kuuma   Green Bay WI    120 V/Engine heat exchange      11 gallons
 
 
 
Galley
Frigoboat refrigeration 12-volt model R134A with external gauges
 
The compressor in the cockpit locker, three 12 volt cooling fans plus keel cooler
 
Keel cooler access just aft’ of the engine raw water seacock in the cockpit locker.
 
Two zinc anodes: Camp type E51525 for the keel cooler.
 
Galley stove: Force 10 three-burner and oven, propane 
 
Stainless steel sink directly to the through-hull below the sink. H & C pressure water.
 
The water heater is also below the sink, with the water tank selection valves and pressure pump.
 
 
 
Achilles inflatable dinghy (Included)
Achilles inflatable dinghy (inflatable floor)   Currently taxed                                                                                                                                                                                                           $2,000
 
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RI 1781 V
 
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