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We just lost a boat to fire in January. She was new and the insurance will pay 100% of the covered amount. We now are looking at the used boat market and have come across several boats that interest us and fulfill our mission profile. A Tayana 55, Pearson 53 and a Morgan 60.

the first two boats I know well and have great respect for. however, I know almost nothing about the Morgan 60. Her lines are beautiful. She is a schooner rig and that also fits the mission profile (mast height under 70 ft ft).

I was wondering if anyone on this list has any knowledge of the Morgan 60 and would be willing to share that information.

Thanks in advance,
Dennis
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Dennis...I don't know the Morgan either but am curious about the 70' mast height. Most look for 65' for the ICW route... may I ask why 70'?
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Camaraderie,

I have a bridge to get under that is supposed to be 75 ft in order to get to my club. I rarely do the ICW so that is not a big deal to me. It is just that one bridge and it is subsiding!!!!

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