The 79 Morgan is a very sturdy ocean going vessel. Its 6' center cockpit
area leaves plenty of room to entertain, as does the salon area with
it's 7' L shaped table, across from a 7' berth. The deck is open and
well put together, and comes completer with a 2" toe rail and
double life lines. This
vessel also has a new mainsail that has never been out of the bag,
and the roller bearings in the furler have just been serviced and replaced. This 1982 Morgan 462 Ketch is powered by a
Perkins 4-154 62hp diesel engine
This ketch rigged Morgan 462 features an aluminium mast stepped
on keel with fore and aft lowers; and single spreaders on both masts.
Aluminium main and mizzen mast and booms. Her sail wardrobe
includes: 120% genoa, fully battened mainsail, battened mizzen, storm
jib, spare Kevlar jib and a spare dacron mizzen.
Deck gear on board this Morgan 462 includes: Lewmar and Anderson
winches, electric windlass and 4x anchors.
This Morgan 462 provides accommodation for 4 within two spacious
staterooms - a v-berth double/twin cabin at the forepeak and an owners
stateroom aft, a
head with a bathtub! The main salon of this Morgan 462 is spacious and comfortable
with 6' 2" of headroom. The salon has a teak table to starboard
with an extension leaf to seat 6-8 people; and a settee to port that
converts to a queen berth.
The galley is located amidships, to starboard of the main
companionway. The well laid out U-shaped galley features a stainless
Steel double sink with a spray faucet, a 3-burner stove with oven,
microwave, a huge refrigeration system and a smaller 12V system for
use with solar & wind power.
This Morgan 462 features a 12-volt DC system with 12-volt
circuit panel with voltmeter and ammeter; as well as a 120-volt AC
system with circuit breaker panel. She also has a huge list of
navigation instruments included with her.
This Morgan 462 is equipped with a 10ft inflatable tender.