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We have a 1974 Morgan 33 O/I its our home here in Newfoundland, as we winter tied to the Quidi Vidi brewery, in the Gut. We are are just days from finishing up our complete refit, getting ready to push off next year on our world trek.
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Earlier this year, my wife and I purchased a Morgan 35. We live aboard during the week in the Bay Area of California, go home most weekends. It's cramped, but we're adjusting.She is hull #48, built in 1970 according to the documentation.
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Ours is a 1971 Morgan 35 hull #91. I purchased it over a year ago and had it brought to my back yard where it has set since then. However, repairs and upgrades are well underway and we plan to launch it this spring.
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I checked on your website and was able to download the Morgan 35 manual. Thanks for posting it. You mentioned the possibility of starting a "35" website, and I'm all for it. There is a lot I would like to know about my boat, which has had extensive modifications. We're also new sailors, this being our first sailboat of any kind, so we're learning to sail as we get familiar with the boat. We took it out New Year's day with the grandkids. No wind, we just motored out for 3 hours on our 26 hp Kubota diesel. I'm interested in corresponding with any Morgan 35 owner, but not sure how to do it safely in this venue.
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You can email me about my Morgan 35 (owner's amnual) at pastor@pcchristiancenter dot com
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A Question about 1970 Morgan 35 Plans

Hi,
I am a New Owner of a 1970 35 Foot Morgan in St Petersburg. I heard you E-Mailed Charles Morgan. Can you give me his Contact Info? This Morgan is pretty rough, and I am Restoring it. I need to find the Orginal plans for it. Can you help me?

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Earlier this year, my wife and I purchased a Morgan 35. We live aboard during the week in the Bay Area of California, go home most weekends. It's cramped, but we're adjusting.She is hull #48, built in 1970 according to the documentation.
Hi,
I am a New Owner of a 1970 35 Foot Morgan in St Petersburg. I heard you own the same exact Boat I have. Do you know where I can get the Owners Manual,
and the Plans of this Boat?

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I checked on your website and was able to download the Morgan 35 manual. Thanks for posting it. You mentioned the possibility of starting a "35" website, and I'm all for it. There is a lot I would like to know about my boat, which has had extensive modifications. We're also new sailors, this being our first sailboat of any kind, so we're learning to sail as we get familiar with the boat. We took it out New Year's day with the grandkids. No wind, we just motored out for 3 hours on our 26 hp Kubota diesel. I'm interested in corresponding with any Morgan 35 owner, but not sure how to do it safely in this venue.
Where did you download the Manual for the 1970 Morgan 35?
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I just bought a 1970 35' Morgan. I am in St Pete Now, but I am going to be in the Florida Keys by the End of March. I am looking for a Manual and Plans for this Sloop. Can anyone help me find this?

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