|Tax Status:||Tax Paid|
Maldon Essex Essex UK|
Morgan Out Island 41 Motor Yacht ‘ from Catalina (USA). The Morgan Out Island 41 was one of the most popular Ocean cruising yachts ever produced in the USA with over 1000 being built between 1972 and 1982.
Jo-Lene is well equipped for long term live aboard use and ideal for long term cruising. Her relatively shallow hull draft would get her through many of the European canals and inland waterways.
A useful cruising motor yacht /long keel.
Large centre cockpit with a fully fitted all surround awning(with removable panels and windows including a roof light, You can observe the top of the masts from inside the awning. Presently used for day/ weekend sailing so the fore screen spray hood only, is in use on deck.
Rigged as a mast head Ketch. Two Alloy masts and spars.
A deep moulded open centre cockpit, the helm plinth centrally mounted position with steering wheel. Two companionways (fore and aft), surround moulded bench seating with removable cushioning and beneath them large stowage lockers. Helm podium has navigation aids attached, the engine controls and a bow thruster remote. Forward on the dash. under and feed through the awning are deck winches and sheet breakers, all can be worked from the cockpit, keeping helm and crew out of the elements. The vessel can be easily controlled single handedly.
Stainless steel pulpit, push pit, stanchions and guard wires. A heavy duty pair of davits suspended from an inflatable dinghy with outboard. Various lifesaving aids stowed aft on the pushpit.
She offers generous accommodation with a double sized aft cabin with its own facilities and shower. Forward accommodation there is a large saloon with integral galley, forward heads with shower / hanging locker. A large fore cabin large twin single berths...
Generous headroom below 6ft 4inchs. All berths are long too
|Condition:||good, in commission|
|Vessel type:||single GRP displacement hull|
|Model:||Out Island 41|
|No. of engines:||1|
|Engine model:||Perkins 4,154|
|Drive type:||Shaft drive|
|Cruising Speed:||6 Knots|
|Maximum Speed:||10 Knots|
|Length over all:||41' 3"|
|Length at waterline:||34' 2"|
|Hull material:||Glass Fibre|
|Keel type:||Full Keel|
|Displacement:||12 metric tons|
Roomy accommodation. Ideal for a family long distance cruising/ a couple living aboard. Separate owners cabin aft has its own en-suite heads and shower. A walk-through to Saloon, centre cockpit. Generous headroom throughout the accommodation.
Fittings and furnishings all in good clean order, all saloon berth cushions have been reupholstered. Carpeted throughout.
Professionally built and fitted out accommodation furniture, hard work varnished finish.
Water tanks GRP with pressure pump system.
New central heating system installed. radiators in all cabins.
Diesel fed water heater, pressurised hot and cold water ( incomplete - heated by calorifier
A two-burner/oven and grill were securely mounted in the galley. 2 x deep Cool boxes. ( Fridge compressor non functional. )
Electric cabin heaters and fans fitted in the cabins fore and aft.
Heads: Both fitted with marine toilets, showers and sink units.
The hull construction of solid polyester laminate with fibreglass matt and woven roving. The internal hull structure consisted of cored fibre glass floor stringers, partitions, plywood bulkheads and joinery bonded to the hull and deck moulding.
The displacement hull is heavily rounded through to a deep
ballasted keel Displacement 27,000lbs 12,250kg
Ballast 9,000lbs 4,083kg.
The hull was fitted with a separate fibre reinforced plastic deck moulding of similar construction bonded to the main hull with the bottom and sides of the hull strengthened internally by encapsulated stringers and encapsulated water tanks.
encapsulated fibreglass keel, Rudder is a GRP encapsulated fin.
She was shipped over to UK by her previous owner, 1992
She was epoxied under the waterline with 5 coats of VC Tar epoxy on her arrival in the UK.
Hydraulic steering . Auto pilot
Pumps: 3 x electric pumps. 1 x diaphragm manual pump.
Bronze skin fittings.Hoses: Reinforced PVC.
Valves: 2 x sink outlets. 4 x toilet. 2 x cockpit drains. 1 x engine.
Anchor: 2 x CQR sea anchors and chain. (45Ib / 35Ib).
Anchor windlass: One electric Lofrans winch and gypsy.
The main anchor was found in its dedicated position over the stem head fitting with approximately 200ft of 8mm galvanised plain link chain.
Furuno GP70 GPS and ICS Navtex
Mechanical propulsion is by Perkins 4.154 4-cylinder 62hp diesel engine. centrally located. Her powerful Sleipner 7.5HP bow thruster makes close quarters manoeuvres possible
Engine cooling: Closed fresh water/raw water heat exchanger.
2 x GRP fuel tanks.
The engine bay hatch accessed from below the cockpit.
Access hatches located in the saloon flooring, allowing access to the bilge.
Sail area 792sq ft
Main mast is keel steeped. Mizzen mast deck stepped.
-Aluminium alloy spars
-Stainless steel standing rigging
-Mainsail - slab reefing
-Mizzen - slab reefing
-Genoa by Gowens (1999)
-Roller reefing on Genoa
-Mizzen and mainsail drop in lazy jacks into sail-tainers
-Cockpit seat cushions
-Jo-Lene has wide, uncluttered side decks and alloy toe rails.
-The sprayhood and bimini give great protection from spray and sun.
-A sunscreen side panel attaches to the bimini when it gets really hot, also it is a useful wind break at anchor.
-The winch on port is connected to 12Volt powerand can be used via the stoppers for hauling the main sail or for adding reefs and for the furling genoa.
-Lewmar 48ST Sheet winches for short and single handed sailing.
-Bow thruster control immediately above the wheel steering
Ship’s system voltage: 12Volt. Batteries: Ten lead acid batteries all replaced with new
Generator: Engine alternator/ charger / inverter.
A master isolator switch
2 x deck wash.
Life ring/horse shoe
Life raft, Man overboard recovery unit.
Fire extinguishers: 4.
Emergency wood plugs
Flame failure safety device on Galley gas cooker.
Gas supply to the cooker can be switched off at the gas locker by a remote solenoid valve.
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.
Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.