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Couple of lbs also!

It is hard to find out much info on the 35. I have an opportunity on one of each so am really looking for opinions on which might be the "preferred" choice..
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Purchased a 1971 Morgan OI 41' last month...hull 41-008...no hull id on transom.
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Purchased a 1971 Morgan OI 41' last month...hull 41-008...no hull id on transom.
Where's your 413? I'm on #172 and soon to head for Maine from Florida. Is #008 a ketch or sloop rig? Take care and joy, Aythya crew
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Hello. I'm looking at a 1970 Morgan 40 Cruiser (40 footer ketch rig). I can't find much information beyond the broker site. Is this a centerboard boat? Anyone with experience single handing this boat? It needs work but I'm handy and don't mind sweating.
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I have a 40 Morgan Ketch, no it is not centerboard . She is full keel 4'2"
heavy well made boat. We bought ours 10years ago and have slowly completely rebuilt her.
Of course along the way we have sailed her up and down the Bay.
Yes with proper equipment you can single hand this boat.
if you have the 4-107 westerbeke plan on replacing it, not enough power
I put a 50hp Betamarine in ours and does a great job
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Smile Morgan 25

Last year inherited the family boat: 1969 M25, Hull #20. We bought it in 1972. Still a great boat!
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I`ve got a Morgan 37. must be a rare model as I cant find any info on them. I found another owner on here but his last post was in 07 or 08.
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Just got my new old boat 2 days ago im so excited. 1973 morgan OI 33 hull #00021 im already in love.
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BJ, Is there a cresent city Oregon? Or are you in New Orleans?
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yep in northern California 15 miles from the Oregon border on the ocean.
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