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|Location||Port Clinton, Ohio, United States|
|Length at Water Line||9.3 m|
|Max Draft||1.52 m|
|Total Sail Area||667 ft²|
|Headsail Area||373 ft²|
|Mainsail Area||293 ft²|
|Drive Type||Direct Drive|
|Fuel Tanks||1 x 40 gal|
|Fresh Water Tanks||2 x 30 gal|
|Holding Tanks||1 x 15 gal|
Ted Brewer was hired by Morgan Yachts to work alongside Jack Corey to build a "fast cruiser." The result was the Morgan 382 and its successors, which produced over 400 hulls. The Morgan 382, with its large fin keel and skeg-hung rudder is a classic example of cruising comforts and good performance in one attractive package.
Bon de la Merde is a well maintained 382 ready for her next cruise. On the outside, she sports attractive red canvas from stem to stern, with a dodger and bimini protecting the cockpit. On deck, her six-inch tall bulwarks and grippy nonskid deck provide solid footing when the wind is up. On the bow is a 50# anchor with 50-ft of chain and 100' of 3/4" rode. A new Lewmar hatch is mounted on the foredeck, and stainless steel opening portlights compliment her subdued cabintop. With a finished 4-inch wide teak toecap surrounding her and plenty of teak handholds and cleats, she has some classy looks little seen on modern boats. Aft-led controls, a mainsail with two reefs and a 140% genoa on a Harken furler give her the flexibility to be single or shorthanded. This particular vessel was upgraded to a larger, more effective rudder that became standard on later models.
Down below, the classic styling continues. Surrounded in warm teak and a teak and holly cabin sole, the galley features a three burner propane stove and oven, new refrigeration and freezer, and a microwave. Plenty of storage surrounds the deep double sink in the form of cabinets and drawers.
To starboard is a deep double berth for guests and a nav station with large opening chart table. A new Standard Horizon VHF/DSC/AIS-receiving radio is mounted conveniently under the AC/DC panels. A cabinet under the table houses a Prosine 2000 inverter/charger to maintain her new dual house/single start battery bank.
Moving forward, an L-shaped settee to port convers to a double berth, and a long single settee to starboard both access a large folding table that can accommodate several dinner companions. With tankage and storage under each and out the the way, there is a place for everything. There is even a dustpan built into the floor for easy cleanup.
Forward and to port is a large head and mirrored vanity with a separate, standup shower. The forward berth can be configured as a double, bunked singles, or double with extra storage. There are lots of options here! With hanging lockers and air conditioning, this boat has serious liveaboard potential!
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.