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"Keelin' It" is a fine example of a well-kept Morgan 384. She has sailed many blue water
miles and is well outfitted for extended cruising. Recent upgrades include:
A private V-berth cabin is forward. Moving aft, the private head with separate shower stall is to port, and storage lockers are to starboard. Continue aft into the main cabin; An L-shaped settee is to port, and settee is to starboard. A folding dining table is on centerline. Continue aft; the U-shaped galley is to port at the companionway, and a quarter berth with forward-facing navigation table is to starboard below the cockpit. The engine is below the cockpit/companionway sole.
B&G Zeus Chartplotter 2018
Furuno 1610 Radar 2010
AIS transponder 2014
Raymarine Autopilot below decks 2012
Original Autopilot still in place
New wiring and Blue Sea distribution panel 2010
Solar panels on Fiberglass Hardtop 2010/2011
House batteries 2018 (Six Trojan 105 6 volt deep cycle)
Starting Battery 2018
Lewmar Electric Windlass w/Up 'n Down controls at helm and on deck (2019)
Electrical Bilge Pump 2016
Watermaker, Spectra Ventura 170, 2010
Electra-Scan Waste Treatment 2011
Hot 'n Cold Pressurized Water
Electro-Scan waste treatment 2011
New water heater 2014
Electric macerating toilet 2015
Separate Shower w/seating area
New furler for main jib 2013
New roller furling mainsail 2008
Inner jib with furler 2014
New Standing Rigging 2008
Morgan Yachts had a long history of building some of the finest quality yachts in the world before being bought by Catalina Yachts in 1985. This 1984 Morgan 384 was one of the last and best Morgan Yachts built before the company was sold to Catalina Yachts.
Morgan Yachts incorporated old world craftsmanship with state of the art design and construction to build an extremely robust yacht that sails exceptionally well and has outstanding accommodations. The Morgan 384 is one of the best examples of this commitment to performance, quality, comfort and safety.
Morgan hulls and decks were all hand laid laminates. There wasn't a chopper gun in the factory. The result was a stronger, lighter boat that performed will in light winds, yet strong enough to take out into blue water.
Over 500 Morgan 383 and 384 models were built. The 384 was the preferred yacht because it had a taller rig, bigger rudder, better ventilation below and the mainsheet traveler was moved from the cockpit to over the companionway hatch.