MENEMSHA is a beautiful example of the Morris Ocean Series 46 that has been continuously maintained and upgraded. Her current owner did a significant refit at Morris Yachts in 2013 and had continued to upgrade her every year. Recent upgrades include new electronics, new generator, new sails, new running rigging, new air conditioning, new fresh water plumbing throughout and new exterior varnish. She is in excellent condition and ready to take her next owners anywhere.
For more information on MENEMSHA or any other Morris Yachts listings please contact Wythe Ingebritson at 207-664-8111 or email@example.com
The Morris Ocean Series 46 is a capable and safe blue water cruiser that is well set up for shorthanded sailing and equally easy to daysail. Her two cabin, two head layout is thoughtfully laid out with well-placed handholds and intelligent storage. Heirloom quality craftsmanship complements the design and quality materials used to create a boat that will provide years of enjoyment on the water.
A partial list of the improvements made in since 2012 includes:
New Raymarine electronics including chartplotter, radar and instruments
New Icom VHF and command mic
New Icom SSB
New flat screen TV with satellite antenna
New Rogue Wave wifi extender
New Vacuflush toilets in both heads
New Northern Lights 6kw genset
New Spectra watermaker
New Marine Air airconditioning system
New cockpit cushions
New interior cushions
New hatch lenses and gaskets
New mainsheet traveler system
New running rigging
New main and genoa sails
Rebuilt main sail furling motor
New Fusion stereo system with satellite radio
New anchor and anchor chain
Flag Blue Awlgrip hull (2012)
White Awlgrip boot stripe
Gold leaf cove stripe
Painted rub rail with stainless steel chafe strip
“Rib-Kore” reinforced solid fiberglass, single skin construction.
Reichold vinylester resin.
Centerline reinforcement gives approximate centerline thickness of 1.5”.
Two longitudinal stringers of fiberglass reinforced structural foam.
Transverse reinforced longitudinal foam stringers.
Transom is reinforced with 1” foam core.
Paine/Morris shoal draft/high performance keel (5’6” draft).
8,200 pounds of antimony hardened lead.
Skeg protected fiberglass rudder.
One piece construction with molded-in fiberglass bulwark.
1” Foam core except in way of hatches, genoa tracks, stanchion bases, mast partners and other deck hardware where high-density foam replaces the core material.
All hardware locations are drilled, tapped, bedded and thru bolted completely through the deck with backing plates.
Trunk cabin sides are solid fiberglass.
The deck is permanently bonded to the hull using a horizontal integral laminated hull shelf and thru bolted on 8” centers.
Integrated fiberglass bulwark with varnished teak cap and custom bow and stern stainless steel fairleads
Stainless steel chocks for midship cleats.
Stainless steel Herreshoff style bow, stern and midship cleats
Custom stainless steel stem fitting with double bow roller
Stainless steel deck access for second anchor rode forward of windlass
Stainless steel double lifelines with gates port and starboard and custom extended stern rails extending forward of cockpit for additional security and mounting of bimini bows
Removable boarding ladder mounts in either gate
Varnished teak bench seat mounted to stern rail aft
Dinghy motor mount and hoist on stern rail
Fairlead and deck access fitting for stern anchor line with storage for line in lazarette below
Varnished teak eyebrow, dorade boxes, cabin handrails and coaming cap
Double ended main sheet run to starboard secondary winch at helm for easy access when sailing
Three stainless steel dorades with dorade guards bring fresh air into the interior
Four stainless steel solar vents for additional ventilation
Large painted overhead hatched bring natural light and ventilation below and can be configured to hinge forward or aft
Stainless steel opening ports with screens port and starboard
Deck prisms in cockpit and foredeck bring more light into interior
Dodger with solar panels mounted on top (Eisenglass replaced 2016)
Clear pleixglas holder for chart kit mounted on underside of dodger
Cockpit shower with hot/cold controls
Locker/storage under stbd settee, divided storage under the helm seat, and shallow lines/winch handle storage under the port settee.
(3) winch handle cubbies with stainless frames
Additional storage in (2) offshore lockers below the aft deck.
Varnished teak cockpit table is mounted at the helm pedestal (2013)
Varnished teak drink holder and storage compartment mounted on helm pedestal.
Cockpit cushions are SB Birds Eye canvas with Antique beige piping (2013).
Cockpit bimini (mounts to stern rail for extra width and easier access to cockpit)
Edson pedestal steering with integrated engine throttle and gear controls and helm guard (pedestal rebedded 2013)
Edson stainless steel destroyer style wheel with elkhide cover
Folding teak step at helm for additional visibility
Teak framed companionway with teak drop boars with brass edges and channels
Sliding companionway hatch with translucent acrylic cover (new cover 2013)
All sail control lines for main and genoa led back to cockpit
(4) stainless steel solar vents for additional ventilation below
Carbon fiber mast with in mast furling (furler rebuilt 2013)
New Mack furling mainsail (2014).
New Mack 130% genoa (2014)
Schaefer 3000 headsail furling system
Staysail with deck storage bag and sheets
North Sales Gennaker with snuffer (1996)
Carbon fiber spinnaker pole with storage on mast
Removable inner forestay and running backs with storage and tails
All running rigging replaced (2014)
Main sheet double ended to starboard secondary for easy access from helm
Harken traveler system forward of dodger
Spectra boom preventers with lead back to cockpit
Elkhide turnbuckle covers
(2) Lewmar 58 ST electric primary winches
(2) Lewmar 44 ST secondaries
(2) Lewmar 40 ST cabin top winches
(2) Lewmar 40 ST two speed mast winches
Teak & holly cabin sole throughout.
Herreshoff interior with mahogany trim, drawers, and doors
Interior cushions are Bubble Nautical with Antique Beige piping (new 2013).
Espar diesel cabin heat throughout.
SS opening cabin ports with curtains for privacy.
Bulkhead-mounted cabin fans throughout.
Large flush-mount speakers on the fwd bulkhead in the main salon.
White curtains with a red stripe provide privacy throughout the vessel.
6'5" headroom with a 6'5" long V-berth layout.
Filler for v-berth to create full with berth. Storage brackets for filler piece over berth
New mattress with memory foam
(1) Overhead hatch and (3) stainless screened opening ports provide natural light and ventilation.
(2) 12v Hella fans mounted over berth
Deck prism and a cowl vent are located above the berth.
Storage is (1) cabinet, (3) drawers, and a cedar lined hanging locker aft to stbd.
Additional storage is along hullside shelves and in (4) drawers and (2) flip-down cabinets under the berth.
The anchor locker can be accessed via a door at the forepeak.
Headroom is 6'5" with a teak grate and shower sump.
SS single basin sink with pull-out faucet provides hot & cold pressure fresh water.
A second stationary faucet provides manual fresh water via a foot pump.
Storage is in (2) hullside cabinets, a flip-down cabinet behind the toilet, and in a cabinet under the sink.
A screened opening port and a solar fan provide ventilation.
Vacuflush toilet (2013)
Bulkhead mounted stainless steel reading lights with LED bulbs
Sea Frost refrigeration and separate freezer
Force 10 Marine 3-burner propane stove and oven
Corian counters with molded double basin sink
Ultraviolet water purification system
Secure U-shaped galley.
Screened opening port and solar fan above the stove provide ventilation.
Double basin sink is in the fwd part of the counter, with one faucet providing hot & cold pressure fresh water, a second faucet providing fresh water via a foot pump, and a third Seagull brand faucet providing filtered fresh water.
Storage is in hullside sliders, in a flip-down below the oven, in a cabinet below the sink (a large waste basket is attached to the inside of the door), and in 3 drawers within the inboard leg (which also houses the engine).
Microwave oven in galley cabinet
6'5" headroom with a straight settee to stbd and a U-shaped settee to port.
A pull-out extension in the port settee converts this to a 6'9" double berth.
Stbd settee converts to a 6'9" single berth.
(1) Solid mahogany table at center can be rotated, and pulled inboard or outboard to suit, then locked into position. A large storage compartment is located within the table.
Custom hinged bottle storage within a cabinet forward to port.
Additional storage is in a cabinet and along hullside shelves to port, and in a cabinet and behind flip-down cabinets to stbd.
A hidden compartment forward to stbd reveals bin storage under the hullside shelf.
Two bulkhead mounted fans
(4) Screened opening ports, and (2) cowl vents.
Forward-facing navigation station with seat.
Full-size chart table top hinges open to reveal storage inside.
(2) drawers and a cabinet provide additional storage.
Cabinet stores custom Morris stacking tool boxes that slide in and out on a track.
(2) Drawers between the companionway steps, the ladder for which hinges up to reveal a hidden storage compartment.
6’4” headroom with a 6’6” long double berth.
An overhead hatch, deck prism, and (2) opening cabin ports provide natural light and ventilation.
Ample storage is provided in (2) drawers, a locker and a cedar-lined hanging locker forward to port, as well as a hullside shelf, and in a small compartment above the berth. Additional storage under berth
Bulkhead mounted stainless steel reading lights with LED bulbs
A removable panel inboard provides access to back side of generator for service
AFT Head and Shower:
6'1" headroom in both head and shower.
Teak grate and sump in shower stall.
Extra storage is provided a hanging locker outboard, a large cabinet aft, and a compartment under hinged shower seat.
Storage in the head is behind hull side sliders and in cabinets below the sink and behind the toilet.
Stainless single basin sink with a pull-out faucet for hot & cold pressure fresh water.
Second faucet with foot pump for manual fresh water.
Head and shower stall are ventilated by a screened opening port and a solar fan.
Vacuflush toilet (2013)
Excellent access to engine through hinged and removable panels surrounding engine under galley counter
Yanmar 4JH2-TE 62HP marine diesel (approximately 4000 hours June 2017)
Wema fuel gauge in cockpit
New motor mounts (2013)
1 ¼” stainless steel Aquamet shaft
GORI folding 3-blade prop propels boat faster, quieter, at lower engine speed and lower fuel consumption
Dual Racor fuel filter
Northern Lights 6Kw generator (2013)
Racor fuel filter
(2) Marine Air Conditioners (2013)
(1) Espar diesel heater
Spectra Catalina 300 Watermaker w/MPC 500 (2013)
Stainless steel water tanks (total 140 gallons)
Seagull fresh water filter
Shurflow fresh water pump (2013)
Fresh water plumbing replaced (2013)
Kuuma 6 gallon hot water tank (new 2017)
Ultraviolet water purifier and whole boat water filter
Backup manual foot pumps for fresh water at sinks
Jabsco submersible bilge pump with Paragon automatic float switch
Groco holding tank level monitor
110 volt and 12 volt systems with custom electrical panel at nav station. Panel is hinged to allow easy access to fuses and wiring behind
(2) 30 amp shore cord inlets to run all AC loads
Three, 4D AGM batteries in a single bank for ships service (new 2015)
Optima AGM battery with 1000CCA dedicated for engine and generator starting,
100 amp alternator for battery charging (2016)
40 amp battery charger
Upgraded alternator with smart regulator?
Emergency switching system to parallel both battery banks.
(5) 110-volt outlets.
Extra interior lighting.
Courtesy light base of companionway steps.
Frigast stainless steel bulkhead reading lights
Interior lights LED
Nav station rebuilt for new electronics by Morris 2013
Raymarine i70 multifunction color instrument displays (2013)
Raymarine c125 color multifunction chartplotter in NavPod at helm (2013)
Raymarine HD radar dome (2013) on Questus self-leveling mount
Raymarine Raystar 130 GPS antenna
Raymarine AIS receiver/transponder
Simrad AP28 autopilot interfaced with chartplotter (new control head 2016)
Icom 504 VHF and Loudhailer (2013)
RAM for Icom 504 in cockpit (2013)
Stainless steel Ritchie compass at binnacle
RogueWave wifi bridge (2013)
Pactor 4 dragon DR-7400 modem with Bluetooth (2013)
Icom 802 SSB (2013)
Handheld Garmin GPSMap 78sc
TV and satellite TV antenna
Fusion MS-IP700i Stereo with integrated iPod docking station and Bluetooth streaming
Sirius Satellite radio antenna and tuner.
Apple Mac Mini boat computer system
Widescreen Lenovo computer monitor
USB 4 port hub at nav station
Satellite TV antenna with Direct TV tuners for both US and Caribbean
Dual anchor roller
Lewmar electric windlass with chain and rope capstan
65lb Hanson primary anchor with 300’ of chain
Secondary anchor in sail locker
Stern anchor locker with rode and deck access
Fenders and docklines
Outboard mount with lifting crane at stern rail
Solar panels mounted on hard dodger keep batteries topped
Propane BBQ grill with deck connection to propane tanks
Covers for winches, windlass, BBQ grill, outboard, pedestal and wheel
Custom Morris teak tool box with storage under nav station drawers