This Morris Yachts Ocean Series 32, a Chuck Paine design, is in absolutely beautiful condition; stored inside, lightly used, and consistently updated, including a new Yanmar inboard diesel, new North 3Di sails, new wheel/binnacle/chartplotter, and much more. LIGHT is a deceptively fast/nimble sailing boat (more efficient keel design, tapered spar) that also has all of the outfitting one would expect from a Tom Morris boat.
Boat is lying in Falmouth, Maine.
This is a preliminary S1D listing and soon will be on Yachtworld; more to come. You will not find a better example, and this boat won't last on the market.
For more information contact us at 443-220-2089, or email@example.com
The Morris 32 was the sixth collaboration between Chuck Paine and Morris Yachts and combines a traditional aesthetic with more advanced underbody and rig design and a moderate displacement to produce a surprisingly responsive boat to sail. In the words of Cruising World: “Consistently the Morris 32 projects the image of a boat of manageable size with the soul of a larger yacht. As such, it comes close to an ideal design for one to four person cruising, and it is an exciting and satisfying boat to sail.”
One piece molded fiberglass hull with an integral Scheel keel with external ballast and an integral fiberglass rudder skeg. The deck is a one piece cored fiberglass structure with non-skid surfacing. There are welded stainless steel stanchions, bow and stern rails and vinyl-coated wire lifelines. In addition to the companionway hatch, there are (2) opening hatches and (9) bronze opening port lights. An additional solar vent and (1) dorade are mounted on deck. Molded bulwarks w/integral chocks, varnished teak cap rail and handrails. All thru-hulls are bronze.
The interior is light and spacious w/ white laminate trimmed with satin-varnished teak. Opening ports and two (2) hatches will cool and ventilate the interior while a CNG heater will take the chill off cold weather sailing. Forward of the companionway there is a settee berth to starboard. The custom Nav station is opposite the galley on the starboard side and forward of the galley is an L-shaped settee that pulls out to make a double berth. A fold-down table w/extension leaf stows on the forward bulkhead to port of the keel-stepped mast. The head is located forward of the mast to port, and includes a toilet, sink and hanging locker. The V-berth is located forward of the head and shower and includes abundant storage.
Interior lights upgraded to LED (2017)
New Lifelines (2017)
New House Batteries (2021)
New Holding tank/macerator (2017)
New Yanmar Diesel Engine, Y3M30 AE (2017)
New Wheel/Edson Steering (2017)
New Lazy Jacks (2018)
New Fuel Tank (2017)
New Instruments, Garmin Chartplotter/wind/depth)
New cutlass bearing ((2017)
New Windlass (2017)
New Autopilot (2020)
New Tides Marine Mainsail track (2020)
New Harken Furler and new headstay, (2020)
New Backstay adjuster (2020)
New Main/Genoa halyards and cleats (2021)
New anchor with chain (2021)