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This 1984 custom-built VAN DAM 32 COLD-MOLDED (Harbor Springs, Michigan) CUSTOM GAFF-RIGGED KETCH is a magnificent replica of the original "sailing coaster vessels" of the early 18th century. The Owner, a real history buff and intense lover of sailing, wanted to experience the joy of sailing his own "coaster". Thus, he went to Michigan and worked directly with Van Dam to build "Morgana" and insure her lines were directly representative of the sailing coasters of this era -- yet he also wanted to make sure she had the current comforts and amenities of an up-to-date racing/cruising ketch.
In order to truly appreciate the grace and grandeur of this beautiful ketch, you need to know three things:
(1)Understand the Van Dam "cold molding" process and why "their craftsmanship and boat building experience with sound engineering principles allows them to build a custom boat of any size with confidence that will endure the test of time" and results in a lighter, stronger boat. You can review their total process and engineering processes by going to their website link below.
(2)Understand the historical significance of the "coasting trade" at the beginning of the British settlement in North America until after 1850. Shipping along the coasts was the principal means of transportation and communication between sections of the new country. The coasters were smaller, shallow-hulled ships for any category of cargo and passengers in coastwise trades.
(3)Review the outstanding amenities and comforts of this "Morgana" which include large cockpit, sleeping berths for 5 adults (including large settee), single head, navigation station, fold-down dining table, and full galley. Sailing equipment includes Main, Topsail, Mizzen, Mizzen Staysail, Genoa, Fore Staysail, Spinnaker, along with Maxwell 28 Self-tailing 2-speed and Andersen 12 Self-Tailing 1-Speed Winches, port & starboard.
Additional features include VOLVO PENTA 2003 3-CYL 30HP DIESEL (2247 HRS) - NEW DIGITAL AIR CONDITIONING/HUMIDITY CONTROL (2011), Espar Heating, and Xantrex Inverter. The Angelique hard wood bright work has just been re-varnished. ALL MAINTENANCE & SHIP'S LOG RECORDS AVAILABLE.
Do not miss this opportunity to view a great ketch. We are truly proud to represent her and to show her to you.
For more information or to arrange a viewing, please contact Bob Fillingham Direct: (727)460-5687or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also contact Shar Fillingham Direct: (727)403-0520 or by email at email@example.com or visit our website, www.fillinghamyachts.com.
TO LEARN MORE ABOUT VAN DAM "COLD MOLDING PROCESS" COPY THE FOLLOWING LINK INTO YOUR BROWSER: http://www.vandamboats.com/water-tight-wood-boat-construction
Fillingham Yacht Sales, Inc. gladly cooperates with other yacht brokers on a 50/50% basis for our vessels available for co-brokerage.
As you enter the cabin area, take note of the beautiful teak interior. Just aft of the Main Salon and to Starboard is the Galley; and a single berth w/Settee to Port. Forward of the Port berth is the dining area with a large U-shaped sofa and teak dining table with two drop-down sides and drawers at each end of the table. The U-shaped sofa can also be used as an additional adult berth.
Across from the Dining Table and to Starboard are 2 additional berths. The lower berth pulls out and up to convert the 2 berths into a double berth, if desired.
Moving further forward to Port is an additional single berth with storage drawers below. Across from this berth and to Starboard is the Navigation Station.
The Head with stainless steel sink, shower wand, shower sump pump and additional storage is all the way forward. The toilet is manual with holding tank, Y-valve, and macerater.
As you enter the cabin, the Galley is located aft on the Starboard Side.
105 15th Ave SE (Salt Creek Marine District)
Located at Salt Creek Marina
Saint Petersburg, FL 33701