INVISIBLE HAND is one of the last Morris Ocean Series 34’s built and has been sailed summers in New England and maintained in excellent condition. The 34 received not only the award for the best mid-sized cruiser when she was first introduced but was also unanimously voted the best overall cruising boat of the year. An ideal cruising boat for a couple, she is designed and built for safe and rewarding sailing and finished to a level of quality not often seen in today’s cruising boats. INVISIBLE HAND incorporates the best of the design and adds thoughtful and functional options by an experienced sailor. A carbon fiber mast and a sail plan that brings all of the control lines back to the cockpit for simple single handed sailing makes her a joy to sail. Just finishing up her winter work, she will be ready to go for the season and to bring smiles to her new owners on their first sail on her.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Morris Yachts
Designer: Chuck Paine
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 33 ft 9 in
Beam: 10 ft 5 in
LWL: 26 ft 1 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 2 in
Displacement: 11400 lbs
Ballast: 4400 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 49 ft 8 in
Number of single berths: 4
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1
Electrical Circuit: 12V
Hull and Deck
Solid hand laid fiberglass hull with a continuous E glass laminate and Hydrex Vinylester resin throughout
Deck is foam core construction reinforced with unidirectional fibers and the flange is solid fiberglass where it attaches to the hull.
Standard core material is closed cell foam. Core is replaced by high-density foam or deleted where fasteners are required.
Deck is thru-bolted and glued to a wide hull flange.
All structural bulkheads are marine grade plywood.
External lead ballast is bedded in 3M 5200 and thru-bolted with nine ¾” SS bolts.
Skeg hung rudder with aperture
Recessed cove stripe below PVC rub rail with SS half oval chafe strip.
Hull Awlgripped custom soft green (matches Benjamin Moore #564 “Gumdrop”) with Fighting Lady yellow boot stripe and cove stripe
Teak decking on the cockpit seats, hatches, sole, and side decks.
Varnished coaming caps, eyebrows, and toe rails.
Teak hatch to the propane locker mounted aft of the cockpit.
(4) SS hand rails on cabin top
(2) Fiberglass dorade boxes with SS cowl vents, screens, and Morris Yachts closures.
Custom bow and stern pulpits with stanchions, double lifelines and gates port and starboard.
(2) Teak corner seats mounted mid rail at stern pulpit.
SS flag staff socket and SS rod holder mounted to stern rail.
Edson motor mount fitted to starboard side of stern rail.
Stainless steel engine hoist mounted next to motor mount
SS bow chocks, and cleats fore, aft and amidships
SS stem fitting with single roller to accommodate a CQR 35-lb anchor.
(1) SS oval rope deck pipe on fore deck
Folding deck padeyes for jacklines.
(2) Lewmar 60 cabin top hatches with smoke-colored lenses and removable screens provide lighting and ventilation to the forward and main cabins.
(9) Hood SS opening portlights, four large and five small.
OceanAir retractable shades over portlights
Marinco day/night solar vent for head.
Two-piece SS folding swim ladder with PVC treads
SS fishing rod holder welded to stern rail on the aft port side
Large T-shaped cockpit with ergonomically angled coamings and cabin back.
Canvas dodger with roll up front window, large side windows and cover fitted to folding SS bows. The aft bow has welded SS grab rail with an elkhide cover. All windows are Strataglass.
SS grab rails mounted to outboard sides of dodger with elkhide covers
Bimini and connector with side curtains that zip to the sides and aft end for shade
Edson CDi steering pedestal with 30” SS destroyer wheel with removable wheel hub and storage post on the stern rail.
Ritchie binnacle-mounted Powerdamp compass
Varnished cockpit table with two leaves mounted to with an Edson folding bracket to the pedestal guard.
(2) Cockpit hatches to the sail locker
Acrylic companionway sliding hatch.
Varnished teak companionway drop boards with storage bag.
Cockpit cushions in “Oyster” Sunbrella fabric with “Forest Green” piping.
Scandvik cockpit shower with mixer valve and pullout spray faucet at port winch pocket
(2) Flush 1 ½” drains and (1) 1” drain in cockpit
Magma propane kettle grill mounted on port side of stern rail. Grill uses its own individual propane bottles.
Polished SS drink holder mounted at pedestal
INVISIBLE HAND is finished in the traditional Herreshoff style with antique white Pionite laminate bulkheads and satin varnished cherry trim. The overhead is finished in removable off-white panels with cherry trim. The cabin sole is a satin finished solid teak and the hull sides are finished in cherry sheathing.
Comfortable v-berth converts to double with insert.
Custom innerspring mattress with padded top
Storage below the berths in (2) trays and (2) footlockers, both accessed through drop-front lip doors.
Starboard hanging locker with fiddled shelf and cork insulation on the hull.
Access to chain locker through removable door in forward bulkhead
(3) Opening ports provide light and ventilation
Passageway door closes off forward cabin from the main cabin
(1) Hella black turbo fan
The head, located to port, has Pionite laminate bulkheads with oiled teak trim. A marine toilet with cabinet is outboard, with single shelf and two sliding doors. The sink cabinet has a Corian countertop, teak fiddles, and polished SS oval sink with pullout shower faucet.
Raritan PH II marine toilet
Scandvik SS mirror polished oval sink with Grohe pull out faucet/shower fixture
Fresh water manual faucet
Corian “Seqouia” counter-tops
SS towel bar
L-shaped dinette to port with backrest locker outboard and fixed pilot berth on the port side.
Fixed drop-leaf dining table on the center-line seats 5 comfortably.
Settee to starboard pulls out six inches to make a comfortable sleeping berth with backrest locker outboard, two storage lockers above, and a bookshelf in-between.
Settees upholstered in Hunter Green Ultrasuede with Wheat piping
SS safe located in forward hanging locker.
Varnished cherry handrails run the length of the main salon to provide hand holds underway.
Forward facing navigation desk with opening top for chart storage and shelf space for navigation books.
Forward end of quarter-berth serves as the seat.
Flush mounted VHF and ST60 multi-function repeater and chart light.
Raymarine Axiom Pro 9 display
Bookshelf outboard of nav desk
Drawers in inboard side of nav station
AC and DC electrical panels outboard of nav seat
Comfortable quarterberth aft of nav station.
Built-in hand hold at inboard corner of nav station
Secure U-Shaped galley
Corian “Sequoia” counter-tops with cherry fiddles
Force 10 two-burner propane stove with SS door, oven and broiler.
Crash bar secured inboard of oven
Maple cutting board that fits perfectly within the fiddles on the top of the stove.
SS splatter guard that stores behind the stove and lifts up to protect the galley cabinet while cooking.
Scandvik SS mirror polished oval sink with single lever faucet and separate spray located forward of stove with counter space inboard and dry storage under counter outboard.
Whale foot pump and folding faucet for salt water supply located at sink
Dish storage at aft end of galley
Seafrost 12v icebox at aft end of galley with top loading hatch and electronic thermostat and control
Trash bin and utility drawer located below sink.
(1) Hella black turbo fan
Cherry paper towel holder
Built-in hand hold at inboard corner of galley
Yanmar 3YM30 29hp marine diesel engine (1635 hours fall 2018)
Racor dual spin-on fuel filters
Jabsco flexmount engine blower
30 gal aluminum fuel tank
Racor fuel vent line surge preventor
SS 1” Aquamet shaft and cutlass bearings
Tides Marine dripless Sure Seal shaft seal
Max Prop 3 Blade feathering prop
Engine compartment is lined with 1 ½” Thinsulate covered with aluminum perforated sound absorption panels
Mechanical and Plumbing
Hot and cold water pressure system for head and galley
Espar D2 diesel cabin heater with outlets in the main cabin and forward cabin.
Shurflo Blaster wash pump with spigots on the foredeck and at the stern.
Raritan PH II marine toilet in the head with 15 gallon holding tank
Head may be discharged overboard through a seacock and manual discharge pump or to a 15-gallon waste holding tank.
(2) SS fresh water tanks with total capacity of 70 gallons
Wema tank gauges for water and fuel tanks
Sump tank discharged overboard by Whale diaphragm pump through head sink drain
Flojet pressure water system with accumulator tank
SS 6-gallon capacity water heater, heated by engine and shore power heating element.
Thru-hull fittings with Forespar Marelon seacocks above the waterline
Manual fresh water and salt water faucets with foot pumps
Fresh water washdown spigot by cockpit
Salt water washdown spigot at bow
12-volt DC and 220-volt AC electrical system
Mastervolt electrical panel with circuit breakers, voltmeter, amp meters, polarity indicator, main breakers, battery switches and bilge pump switch.
(3) Group 31 AGM house batteries (2016?)
(1) Optima AGM starting battery with 800 CCA (new 2015?)
Emergency parallel switch to combine house and starting batteries
Mastervolt 90 amp alternator with 3-step voltage regulator
30 amp shore power system with 50ft cord and galvanic isolator
Mastervolt Mass Combi 2000 watt inverter/charger with built-in three stage battery charger.
Mastervolt Battery Watch (disconnects batteries from house if low or high voltage is detected)
(3) Duplex outlets with GFI. Outlets located at galley, head and main cabin.
DC outlet at starboard cockpit winch pocket and at Nav station
(2) 30 watt solar panels on bimini top
Go Power Maximum solar power charge controller
Alpine AM/FM stereo with CD player, Alpine 6-CD changer, amplifier and iPod interface
(2) Sonance Merlot series speakers in forward bulkhead of main salon
(2) Alpine 4” speakers mounted in aft of main salon
(2) Alpine waterproof marine speakers mounted in cockpit
Aqua-Signal running lights on bow pulpit and stern rail.
Combination streaming light & foredeck flood light on mast
Combination red/white gooseneck chartlight at nav station
(5) Cantalupi dome lights. (2) in forward cabin, (1) in the head and (2) in main cabin.
(2) Halogen rod lights in galley
(3) Cantalupi bulkhead mounted lights. (2) in main cabin and (1) in quarter berth.
(4) Hella fans
Bonding/grounding system throughout boat
Electronics and Navigation Equipment
Raymarine Axiom Pro 9” Hybrid Touch color chartplotter/multifunction display at pedestal.
Raymarine ST60 wind/speed/depth instruments at nav station and on companionway bridge.
Raymarine Axiom Pro 9” Hybrid Touch chartplotter/multifunction display at nav station.
Raymarine ST6001 Multi instrument display at nav station
Icom M504 VHF radio at nav station with commandmic at helm
Icom M802 SSB radio at nev station with AT-140 tuner in lazarette.
Icom M24 handheld VHF
Raymarine digital Radome mounted to mast
Motorola 9505 Iridium phone at nav station.
Raymarine ST6001 S3G autopilot with control heads mounted at cockpit and nav station.
Mobri radar reflector permanently mounted to the port cap shroud
(2) Lewmar 44 CST two speed self-tailing primary winches
(2) Lewmar 40 CST self-tailing secondary winches
(1) Lewmar 40 CST electric self-tailing cabin top winch for main halyard, preventers and 2nd reef
(1) Lewmar 30 CST self-tailing cabin top winch for main sheet, vang and 1st reef
(2) Lewmar 30 CST self-tailing winches on mast
Spars and Rigging
Double spreader Offshore carbon fiber mast, painted Awlgrip “Snow White”, with rod rigging
Aluminum boom painted Awlgrip “Snow White” with lazy jacks and single line reefing
Hall Spars rigid Quick-Vang
Removable soft inner forestay (low stretch soft stay with separate halyard)
Running backstays for use with inner forestay
Shaefer 2100 furling system for genoa
Harken Big Boat genoa track and car
Harken Big Boat traveler system
Double ended main sheet – main sheet runs to winch on cabin top in cockpit and to secondary winch next to helm for easy trimming sailing single or short handed.
Forespar carbon fiber line control whisker pole stowed on mast
Rigging is in place for an asymmetrical spinnaker, including tack line and block, sheet and lead blocks, and spinnaker halyard.
Port and starboard preventer lines run back to cockpit
Most running rigging runs aft to cockpit rope clutches mounted on cabin top
New England Rope running rigging
Spinlock rope clutches
North Nordac full batten mainsail with three reefs
Antal mainsail luff hardware and mast track
North Nordac 105% furling jib with rope luff and UV cover
North G-0 gennaker with furler
North Storm forestaysail
North G-AP3 Cruising gennaker with snuffer
Lewmar V2 SS electric windlass
Delta 35 primary anchor with 25ft of 5/16” SS chain and 120ft of ½” nylon
Fortress FX23 secondary anchor with 20ft of 5/16” SS chain and 120ft of ½” nylon.
Luke 50lb storm anchor
Edson outboard motor mount on stern rail with Novalift motor hoist.
Avon Rover 260 dinghy with inflatable floor. (2018)
Yamaha 4hp four stroke outboard
Spare parts kit
Lee cloths for all berths
Fenders with fleece covers
Large selection of East Coast nautical charts
Folding stainless steel boarding/swim ladder secures in either boarding gate
Propane grill mounts to stern rail
Johnson 2200 bilge pump with Ultra Safety Systems float switch
Whale Titan manual bilge pump at the cockpit
Winslow 6-person lightweight offshore life raft with storage cover
(2) Kidde Mariner 10 dry chemical fire extinguishers
MOM 8 Life mounted to stern rail
TriLens radar reflector mounted on mast
Safety jacklines along port and starboard side decks and one for cockpit
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.