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New Morgan 35 MK 2 owner, Introduces self!

Hello All! Just bought a new to me, 1971 Morgan 35! I would like to thank all the people here for the info I gleaned on this website, while making my decision. Boat was outfitted 2 years ago with new engine, sails, SS shaft, 3 bladed wheel, electronics, keel was dropped and rebedded, new stainless keel bolts installed and lots of other stuff. Owner sailed around for a year and decided he wanted a bigger boat and I got lucky. Rest of boat is 42 yrs old. Working on washing cushions and covers. Playing with the teak a little. Scrubbing, lots of scrubbing! Pulled the water tank the other day and getting a new one from Ronco in California. Old one was cracked in a couple of places and leaking. Getting familiar with systems on boat. Making the boat mine. I have 4 hrs of sailing experience but, plan on getting a lot more here soon. I was a off shore commercial fisherman when I was a "yute". Docked in Cocoa, FL. Right near the locks to Port Canaveral. So, Thanks again and maybe I can be of assistance in the future, in some way. Kevin
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Re: New Morgan 35 MK 2 owner, Introduces self!

Have fun with your new boat. Remember to keep the sailing vs repairing hours in some sort of balance. Post pictures.
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