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09-29-2016 11:28 AM
thenautilife
Re: Morgan Out Island 413,- Who Else is Active?

Greetings fellow OI owners. Windseeker is a 1972 OI ketch walk-over 413 hull #56 out of Hamilton Ontario. She was in REAL rough shape when I got her. 12 years later and a complete and total refit later (nothing original left), we are heading south finally.
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Cheers!
09-08-2016 08:13 AM
Salty Mike
Re: Morgan Out Island 413,- Who Else is Active?

1982 41'OI Ketch. Bought her 3 months ago. Her new name is Windsent we call her Windy.
Lots of work to do (stopping those darn leaks and get rid of the foul odors) and a few upgrades then off to the islands.
10-23-2015 01:01 PM
ChinnoDog
Re: Morgan Out Island 413,- Who Else is Active?

Ahoy #66! My girlfriend and I am on the hard in Beaufort, NC taking care of all those fun used boat repair jobs. Add me on Facebook (search for my user name) and we can compare notes.
10-23-2015 03:05 AM
long1pham
Re: Morgan Out Island 413,- Who Else is Active?

Hello all. I know this is an old thread but I stumbled on it while searching for information about my hull. My wife and I am the new owner of a Morgan 413-066 which will be called "ST MARY" after I update the USCG documentation. The boat is currently in Bay City, TX and her new home port is Brewers Island, MD. Any information on the boat anyone could give me would be much appreciated.
06-09-2015 01:12 AM
CaptainForce
Re: Morgan Out Island 413,- Who Else is Active?

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Originally Posted by tomperanteau View Post
Ours is pretty noisy, too. I found the bearing that you posted the part number for, online, and bought one. How did you replace yours? On the hard? Did you have to take the rudder off to slide the shaft out?
I must confess that I had this bearng put on the same time that I had a new Dripless Shaft Seal added & I was not attentive to the procedure, but it was on the hard. I do know that the bearing had to be machined some for a fit. 'sorry that I'm missing the details for you.
03-29-2015 07:07 PM
tomperanteau
Re: Morgan Out Island 413,- Who Else is Active?

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Originally Posted by CaptainForce View Post
I find that I have enough grease in my carrier bearing when, after a half hour run or more, I can hold my finger against the bearing housing without pain. I expect it to be uncomfortably hot. I have also taken the temperature with a hand held laser pointing temp. gun and found this normal operating temperature between 115* & 130* F.

I did replace this bearing about four years ago with a VXB bearing part- ucf207-20 (code kit 11520) for my 1&1/4" shaft. Caution: I did need to take my new bearing to a machine shop to hone out the inside diameter a bit for a fit; however, I'm very pleased with the fit & function. I replaced the old bearing more for a caution due to noise than due to heat.
Ours is pretty noisy, too. I found the bearing that you posted the part number for, online, and bought one. How did you replace yours? On the hard? Did you have to take the rudder off to slide the shaft out?
03-10-2015 06:58 PM
ChinnoDog
Re: Morgan Out Island 413,- Who Else is Active?

Hello all. I know this is an old thread but I stumbled on it while searching for information about my hull. I am the new owner of #61 which will be called "Basilica" after I update the USCG documentation. Any information on the boat anyone could give me would be much appreciated.
05-27-2014 12:12 PM
CaptainForce
Re: Morgan Out Island 413,- Who Else is Active?

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Originally Posted by SAILJOB View Post
............... How do I know if I have enough grease in my carrier bearing that is just forward of the stuffing box ?
I find that I have enough grease in my carrier bearing when, after a half hour run or more, I can hold my finger against the bearing housing without pain. I expect it to be uncomfortably hot. I have also taken the temperature with a hand held laser pointing temp. gun and found this normal operating temperature between 115* & 130* F.

I did replace this bearing about four years ago with a VXB bearing part- ucf207-20 (code kit 11520) for my 1&1/4" shaft. Caution: I did need to take my new bearing to a machine shop to hone out the inside diameter a bit for a fit; however, I'm very pleased with the fit & function. I replaced the old bearing more for a caution due to noise than due to heat.
05-27-2014 10:33 AM
SAILJOB
Re: Morgan Out Island 413,- Who Else is Active?

Hello from Chartwell. We sail our 1989 Morgan 41 from our home port of Northport, NY on Long Island. Hoping you folks might be able to answer a question. How do I know if I have enough grease in my carrier bearing that is just forward of the stuffing box ?
04-22-2014 08:32 AM
CaptainForce
Re: Morgan Out Island 413,- Who Else is Active?

Kevin, We were at Havre De Grace a few years back,- maybe four or five and I remember briefly meeting someone with another Morgan OI 41'. The boat did have the look of a solid hull, but with a lot of cosmetic needs. ......OK, I'll say it, ....it was ugly, but with potential. We were not at Tidewater Marine, but at the City Marina by the park. Could this have been you?

We are starting late northbound from Florida and we might be to the Chesapeake by late June.
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