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Down to Newport and Morgan

Well I think that the Newport 41 would still be the best choice. Classic lines with a rating of 102. That is very hard to beat. The problem lies in finding a good one. The next option for me would be a Morgan 38.

If anyone knows of any other options in the same price range please let me know.
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Interesting chance to compare. End of August race with our N41 w. new main, old 140% genoa (for about more two weeks).

Broad reach in 17-18 kts wind avg 8.8 (top speed 9.4)
Beam reach in 13-15 kts wind 7.9 to 8.6 typical

Photos of grinning crew showing speedo/wind avail
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Would love to see those picture and others...

Well, if you have any pictures, I would love to see them, also pictures of you boat in general. I am trying to build my own database on Newport 41's. Also if you know of any N41's for sale in the east coast, caribbean or southeast please let me know.

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Well, if you have any pictures, I would love to see them, also pictures of you boat in general. I am trying to build my own database on Newport 41's.
Go to this website for pictures and database:

www.capitalyachts.info

Check the "forsale" section; Ray's "Baseline" is listed. You might want to consider transporting it to the Gulf. Also there were shoal draft keel boats produced in later years; if you are willing to wait/search you might find one somewhere in the Gulf states.
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There are 3 totally different Morgan 38's, designed by Charlie Morgan, Ted Brewer (382/3/4) and a more recent center cockpit version by Catalina.

Performance wise, when I look at NE PHRF ratings, the Morgan 382 rates 144, the 384 is 135, the C&C LF 38 is also 135. These boats are all very close in performance.

The Tartan 37CB is slower at a PHRF of 177.

The Newport 41 is in a different class altogether with a PHRF of 102.

The Tartan, C&C, and Morgan were all on our short-list, as 38' was at top of our "ideal size" list. We wound up with a Morgan.
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