Built in St. Petersburg, Florida, designed by Nelson-Marek. Morgan built two versions of the 45. The 45R .. a no-holds-barred IOR racer and the PERFORMANCE CRUISER with the double spreader, shorter stick and outfitted with a very comfortable interior ! Shibumi has a 2 stateroom / 1 head layout and a work room which can be converted back to a full wet head.
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 45 ft 0 in
Beam: 13 ft 4 in
LWL: 36 ft 9 in
Maximum Draft: 7 ft 11 in
Displacement: 22500 lbs
Ballast: 10000 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 64 ft 6 in
Total Power: 32 HP
Engine Brand: Universal
Year Built: 1983
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Propeller: 2 blade propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 32 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (45 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (45 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (15 Gallons)
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1
When one walks below decks of the Morgan 45 , the first impression is one of warmth and luxury. Forward you have a large V berth stateroom with a centerline double berth, a settee for dressing and hanging locker / drawers/ and locker space for storage. Natural light and ventilation is provided by a large opening hatch. The forward stateroomshares a dual access to the head, with the salon. The salon has two long settees port and starboard with pilot berths behind each settee. Center line salon table with fold down leaf. Port of the companionway is a large galley with access to the aft stateroom. The aft stateroom has a queen in-line pedestal berth with ample storage along both sides. The head for the aft stateroom is currently a work shop, which can be converted back to a full wet head. Adjacent to the galley , to starboard is a Navigators station with ample room to install future electronics.
The sleek lines of this vessel would lead one to believe they had to give up comfort below but this is not the case with the Morgan 45-4
– 66 headroom
– Teak interior
– Great ventilation and natural lighting with 5 hatches and 7 ports
– The port salon settee pulls out to convert to a double berth
There isnt any fiberglass showing below, a polyurethane varnished teak and holly cabin sole extends from the forward cabin to the aft cabin. Teak veneer panels grace the main bulkheads and other vertical furniture surfaces, varnished ash ceiling strips line the hull sides, and the main salon headliner is veneered ash strips. The contrasts of the lighter and darker shades of wood are very tasteful.
– New Dodger and beautiful customcanvas covering all theexterior wood
Port of companionway is large galley along the port side. Great working under way or on the hook ! Ample storage and working counter space.
– Deep double SS sink w/ hot and cold pressure water
– Large icebox... 10cu. ft. w/ shelving
– 2 burner CNG stove and oven (gimbaled)
– 110 refrigeration has been added to the work room
Engine / Electrical / Electronics
Universal 32hp 4 cyl engine with approx. 450 hrs.
– maintained by original owner on regular bases
– 2 bladed 18x13RH Prop
– Edson steering system
– Destroyer 48 wheel
30amp / 110 power
– 50 30 amp shore cord
– 12v lighting below
– 110V receptacles throughout
– 30 amp Battery Charger
Original electronics are covered with Knot / Depth and Furuno Radar
Sails / Rigging
The hull is hand-laminated mat, woven roving and S-glass with substantial reinforcing in the areas - keel, chain plates, mast step and along the center line and sheer line. Both the hull and the deck are fully cored with Klegecell foam for stiffness and strength.
– Keel stepped
– Double spreader
– Rod rigging- Navtec
– Chain plates- mounted inboard for tighter sheeting angles and smooth safe moving fore and aft
– Doublebow roller
– Plow 45# with chain and rode
– Simpson Lawrence MANUAL Windlass
– Halyard are at the mast
– Bow and Stern Pulpit with double high lifelines / boarding gates port and stb.
– Large traveler in the cockpit for easy access
– Traveler has (2) Lewmar #30 ST winches
– (2) Lewmar #55 ST winches for spinnaker set
– (2) Lewmar #52 ST Primary winches forjib sheets
– Original batten main
– Furling jib
– Harken furling system
– Asy Spinnaker w/ sock
Masthead sloop rig
I=56.2 ft J=18 ft P=49.5 ft E=16 ft
The aft cockpit with bridge deck was designed with both safety and comfort in mind.
Owner has replaced the Original(2) water tanks of 100 gal in
2013 with a PLASTIC 45 gal- Water
Original 100 gal fuel tank replaced 2013 with a PLASTIC 45 gal fueltank
Hot water heater tank ... 7 gal
Holding tank ... 15 gal
Space has been made available for additional storage or additional tankage !
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.