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Morgan OI 33 => BARGE

Following up on a previous suggestion....

Morgan OI 33 => BARGE!
But what a roomy comfortable sleek sailing barge. Think HOUSEBOAT that sails 'sort of to windward' and off the wind 'very well'. They have always been a favorite of mine for a sailing condo. If LIVEABOARD on a fairly short water line and coastal/ICW sailing in mind they are GREAT and fairly cheap.
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I owned a Morgan OI 41 for 3 years, they are quite comfortable and stable on the water with the right winds. She does not point worth crap and can be hard to tack. Woderfull live abosrds with an aft cabin...we had the walk over ( not recommended ) I hated having to go over to get something out of the fridge!!! We traveled from Baltimore MD to St. Petersburg Fl, mostly did ICW because we were in horicane season and there were five out there making it hard to get out.
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