1988 Morgan 384 Very Clean
OverviewThis is the nicest Morgan 38 on the market. The 384 model is the Cadillac of the Morgan 38's plus the owner has taken great care of her. The Morgan 38 is one of Ted Brewers best designs. These boats have sailed all over the world and are famous for being great sailors. This boat has excellent bright work, gel coat and everything is just right. This is the last 384 ever built!
The Morgan 38 was one of the most popular and affordable boats built in the late 70's thru 1988. She was designed by Ted Brewer and he incorporated many desirable features in her fiberglass molding process. The deck layout is clean, simple and allows for great mobility. The Brewer design allowed for clean lines and a sharp bow entry. The underbody is "split" for reduced wetted surface yet the boat sports a skeg hung rudder in order to support the heavy stresses of ocean sailing. Her sailing character is performance minded so don't be discouraged from club racing.
- 384 Very Clean
- Punta Gorda, FL, US
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Dimensions & Weight
- 38 ft - 11.58 meter
- 38 ft - 11.58 meter
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Max Draft: 5'0''
Max Bridge Clearance: 54'0'' aprox
Ballast: 6800 lead
Total Power: 50
Fresh Water: 90
Spacious cabin interior featuring teak veneer bulkheads, teak cabinetry & trim; teak & holly cabin sole throughout; soft, vinyl headliner with teak battens. Cushions upholstered in Burgundy fabric. Cabin headroom is 6'1".
Owners' cabin is forward and includes V-berth with filler, shelf forward, drawers & storage under, louvered door hanging lockers. Cabin sides finished with teak ceiling slats.
Large head compartment just aft of owners' cabin includes separate shower stall with seat, vanity with wash basin, manual marine toilet.
Main salon features convertible L-shaped settee to port with shelves and lockers outboard, storage under; settee/berth starboard with sea berth outboard; centerline teak drop-leaf table.
Dedicated navigation station aft to starboard features chart table with storage under, louvered door wet locker, large quarter berth.
Natural light and ventilation provided by hatches over main salon and forward cabin, two dorade ventilators on teak boxes with S/S scoops, six opening ports including cockpit/quarter berth.
Seagoing U-shaped galley, aft to port, is equipped with gimbaled, S/S 2-burner alcohol stove with oven; insulated, double-opening, top-loading ice chest with Adler-Barbour refrigeration; double stainless steel sinks with pressure & manual fresh water, manual sea water pump. Large dry-storage bin, storage under sink and storage in louvered door lockers outboard
Electronics and Navigation Gear
New VHF radio
New Wind Speed
12V/110V electrical system with 3 Interstate Group 27M batteries, selector switch and Guest charger. 12V cabin, navigation and spreader lights.
110V dockside electric with Heath 600 converter and 50' shore power cord.
Sails and Rigging
Sloop rigged with New (white) aluminum, keel-stepped mast. Stainless steel wire standing rigging w/split backstay. Internal halyards for main and genoa; topping lift; mast-mounted halyard winches (2 Lewmar #8, 1 Lewmar #16).
New Harken 3800 Genoa furling gear. New Running Rigging
Sail inventory includes Johnson mainsail Johnson roller furling 130% genoa. Johnson cruising spinnaker with sock New Blue mainsail cover.
Deck and Hull Equipment
CONSTRUCTION: Fiberglass hull and deck; off white hull with navy blue sheer and boot stripes; off white deck with light beige anti-skid. Modified keel configuration with skeg hung rudder. Teak exterior trim including full-length cap/rub rail with S/S striker.
STEERING: Pedestal wheel steering (mechanical) with stainless steel Edson destroyer type wheel. Emergency tiller on board.
PLUMBING: Pressure fresh water to galley and head, plus manual fresh and sea water to galley. 10 gallon water heater (110V & engine). Bilge pumps include automatic/electric, electric and manual
COCKPIT: Spacious and comfortable T-shaped aft cockpit with seat locker storage and lazarette locker. Varnished teak table. Cockpit covers include New blue bimini top; New dodger, pedestal cover; vinyl covered cockpit cushions.
DECK HARDWARE: Double-railed stainless steel bow pulpit and stern rail; double lifelines with safety netting; lifeline gates, port and starboard. Stainless steel and teak boarding ladder. Anchor roller platform. Genoa tracks port and starboard. Lewmar #46 self-tailing genoa sheet winches.
DOCKING, MOORING & SAFETY EQUIPMENT:
35# Plow anchors on bow rollers (2)
20' BBB chain and 180 5/8" rode
2 Fire Extinguishers
Man overboard pole
Horseshoe lifering with bracket
This is the nicest Morgan 38 on the market.. The 384 model is the Cadillac of the Morgan 38s plus the owner has taken great care of her. The Morgan 38 is one of Ted Brewers best designs. These boats have sailed all over the world and are famous for being great sailors. This boat has excellent bright work, gel coat and everything is just right. This is the last 384 ever built!
The Morgan 38 was one of the most popular and affordable boats built in the late '70's thru 1988. She was designed by Ted Brewer and he incorporated many desirable features in her fiberglass molding process. The deck layout is clean, simple and allows for great mobility. The Brewer design allowed for clean lines and a sharp bow entry. The underbody is "split" for reduced wetted surface yet the boat sports a skeg hung rudder in order to support the heavy stresses of ocean sailing. Her sailing character is performance minded so don't be discouraged from club racing. The 384 model is the Cadillac of the Morgan 38s plus her owners have taken great care of her.
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.
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