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Morgan 30/2
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3 2001 Thu August 12, 1999
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Description: Morgan 30/2
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Review Date: Thu August 12, 1999 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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I've owned this boat since 1979 and have performed a variety
of updates and serious maintenance projects including:
rebuilding the Atomic 4, redoing floors, custom cabinets, and dodger fabrication. Please feel free to contact me if you need info.
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Review Date: Mon May 29, 2000 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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M30/2: Masthead fin keel Sloop with modified spade type (skeg hung) rudder, designed by Charles Morgan in 1971.
LOA 29'11", LWL 27"6", Beam 11'4", Draft 5'3", Headroom 6'3", Displacement 10,000 lbs, Ballast 5,000 lbs, Sail
Area (Main and 100%) 503 sq ft., Mast Height above DWL 47'0". Mast steps on keel. Keel is cast lead. Tiller steered. Atomic Four was standard engine. Diesel Option Westerbeke Four-60. Close relative to the M27 and One Ton Morgan 36, the M30/2 was designed to (comply) be a maximum size MORC racer. (also IOR MKIII rating rules) Hand laminated Hull, Molded cored deck. Galley located to port in aft portion of main cabin, Six cubic ft. ice box,
originally with two-burner alcohol stove. Settee berths to port and starboard, fixed pilot berth to port and starboard. Starboard quarter berth and nav station. Enclosed compartment contains head to port and locker to
starboard with V-berth. No shower. Should sleep 7
RIGHT NOW UNDERGOING FULL RESTORATION. Big Project.

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Review Date: Wed January 19, 2005 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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My wife and I are new to sailing, and we love it. This past year in December 2004, we purchased a 1972 Morgan 30/2, as a working,learning project, and named her "Love Is All". You can see our pictures at: http://photos.yahoo.com/dunedindevils
We are open to all comments and good advice, you can e-mail us at tim.b-julie.t@verizon.net
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