Gone With The Wind Morris M36 2005

Key West, FL

SPECIFICATION

LENGTH
36.25 ft
BEAM
10.08 ft
ENGINE
Yanmar
ENGINE/FUEL TYPE
Diesel
ENGINE POWER
21 hp
MATERIAL
Fiberglass

OVERVIEW

The M36, designed by Sparkman & Stephens, is a 36′ traditional, classic styled boat intended for short or single-handed sailing. Whether you are going for a day sail or a weekend, this S&S design produced with Morris Yachts quality and the latest in engineering materials will deliver performance sailing that is fun, comfortable, and simple. It is a classically designed yacht of moderate proportions, timeless sheer and long graceful overhangs. A modest cabin is incorporated into the design which contains a day head, a galley with galley with sink, refrigerator and storage space for provisions. The port and starboard settees are carefully designed for lounging or sleeping. Generous storage can be found in the forepeak. An alternative layout converts the forepeak space into a v-berth.

ADDITIONAL SPECS, EQUIPMENT AND INFORMATION

  • Boat Name: Morris M36 2005
  • Designer: Sparkman & Stephens
  • Location: Key West, FL
  • Bridge Clearance: 52 ft
Engine 1
  • Brand: yanmar
  • Engine Model: 3YM20
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
  • Hours: 342
  • Engine Power: 21|horsepower

Navigation Systems

manual fresh water galley faucet, garbage bin, drawers under counter with additional storage in lockers outboard and under the counter. 

Head: VacuFlush marine toilet plumbed to freash water to reduce odor and increase usable size of holding tank, holding tank monitor, corian counter top with polished SS sink, manual fresh water faucet, overhead dome light, teak framed mirror, storage lockers outboard of sink, with drawer and lockers below counters.

Main Cabin:  Removable table with storage behind settee seat backs, shelves outboard of settees, with lockers, large opening hatch over berth provides abundant ventillation and incorporates recessed screen.

(2) SS 3″ cowl vents on varnished teak dorade boxes., solar vent on cabin top above the head compartment. 

Interior lighting:  Frigast chrome cabin lights with integral switches. SS dome cabin light with integral switch in head.

Windows, ports & hatches: Deckhouse framless portlights with toughened safety glass. Forward SS Bomar cabin hatch, Foredeck and cockpit hatches are flush fiberglass. Salon-style fremovable companionway doors with storage bag on cockpit locker. Removable companionway screen door with storage bag. 

Electronic, communication & navigation: ALL NEW Garmin electronics (end of 2022), speed, depth, wind, GPS/chart plotter, autopilot, sonar x 2(one forward facing), radar, waterproof VHF radio with additional cockpit mounted Command Mirophone. Ritchie five hinge compass. 

Electrical:  (2) 12 VDC AGM house batteries, Optima 1000M 60 amp engine start battery, Mastervolt 90 amp/12vDC alternator with multi-stage regulator for battery charging, Mastervolt 12vDC distribution panel. 

Mechanical: Yanmar 3YM20 3-cylindar, direct-injected, fresh water-cooled marine diesel engine, maximum 21HP @3600 RPM  (342 hours), Flex-O-Fold two-blade propeller with SD Saildrive unit, fiberglass engine mount , Yamar intrument panel at the helm, includes ignition power, start button, stop button, audible alarms for cooling water high temperature and low lube oil pressure, and tacometer with illuminatior switch., Edison single-lever throttle with nutral safety switch located on the pedestal, Engin box is fitted with Soundown vinyl/foam composite noise reduction insulation, Racor model 220 spin-on fuel/ water separator, 20 gal aluminum fuel tank w/deck filler cap., 20 gal Polyethylene waste holding tank with garavity drain to seacock., Snake River external level monitor, 20 gal PVC freshwater tank w/deck filler cap., Whale diaphragm 12vDC bulge pump w/removable stainer, Whale Gusher 10 manual bulge pump located near helm near cockpit., Edson wire rope/chain steering system with 34″ varnished teak rim wheel., carbon fiber/epoxy ruderpost, 2 self-aligning ruder bearings and adjustable lip seal, 

Hull and Deck Construction:  Hull: Infused composite hull with vinyalester resin throughout and balsa core, longitudinal stringers and transverse keel floors, fiberglass engine bed, marine plywood structural bulkheads, externally fastened lead fin keel with modified bulb for moderate draft and enhanced performance, Awlgrip blue hull, Awlgrip boot stripe, gold leaf cove stripe, hard red bottom paint (new at end of 2022)

Deck: hand-layed FRP deck with Polyester resin with vacumn-bag CoreCell foam core, core removed in areas of deck hardware and through-hole fittings, Quarter sawn teak decking on cockpit sole and side decks, varnnished teak toe rail, eyebrow, dorade boxes and coaming cap, SS bow and stern chocks that integrate beautifully with the teak toe rail, midship toe rail chocks and folding cleats, SS deck plates and latches, forepeak storage area for anchor lines and fenders with flush deck hatch, large stainless deck hatch in foredeck, 3 large fixed portlights on each side of cabin.

Cockpit: the cockpit on the M36 is the focal point of the boat and is setup to comfortably sail with family and friends with settees port and starboard. All controll lines have been led aft under decks to two electric, self-tailing winches on either side of the helm in easy reach from the wheel. This allows the boat to be simple singlehanded without leaving the helm while still allowing guests tp participate if desired. The two long settees forward of the wheel provide seating for 6 adults and at over 6′ are even long enough for sleeping. Hatchs in the settees provide access to large sail lockers and systems below.   Teak decking on cockpit sole and cockpit seats, varnished teak cladding, varnished teak rimmed stainless steal steering wheel, salon style companionway doors plus screen doors and storage bags, 2 SS cup holders in cockpit winch pods, cockpit seat cushions, all sail control lines lead under deck trough rope clutches at helm to electric Lewmar self-tailing winches, line lockers outboard of whell port and starboard to organize lines, custom Morris fiberglass helm pedestal with engine controls, helm guard with chart plotter and binnacle, 

 

 

Galley Equipment

Data Sheet:  LOA 36’1″,  Year 2005,  Beam 10’1″,  bridge clearence 52’2″,  draft Max 5’3″,  cabin-1, sleeps-4, Heads-1

Manufacturer provided description:  Construction- manually consolidated composite hull and deck with Vinylester resin and corecell-core. Varnished teak toerails, coaming cap, eyebrow, and handrails. Morris Blue awlgripped hull with white boot stripe and gold cove stripe.

The M36, designed by Sparkman and Stephens, is a 36′ traditional, classic style boat intended for short single-handed sailing. Whether you are going for a daysail or a weekend, this S & S design produced with Morris Yachts quality and the latest in engineering materials deliver preformance sailing that is fun, comfortable, and simple. It is a classically designed yacht of moderate proportions, timeless sheer and long graceful overhangs. A modest cabin is incorporated into the design which contains a day-head, a galley with sink, refrigerator, alcohol stove and storage space for provisions. The port and starboard settees are carefully designed for lounging or sleeping. Grenerous storage can be found in the forepeak. An alternative layout converts the forepeak space into a V-berth.

Mechanical Equipment

She has been stored inside every winter. A well cared for vessel with extensive maintenance and service with records. She has many otions including laid teak decks and upgraded upholstery. A unique cockpit design allows one to operate all sails systems without leaving the helm, while family and friends enjoy the spacious, comfortable cockpit.

Gone With The Wind is for sale by her owner for medical reasons and is listed at this price until the listing is turned over to a brocker who will be listng her for at least $340,000..

Additional Equipment

Spars & rigging:  Hall Spars carbon fiber mast, fractional rig with swept back spreaders, self-tacking jib on athwartships curved track, Harken manual headsail furling unit, Navtech SS rod standing rigging, Navtech integral stailless hydraulic backstay adjuster, Forespar rigid boom vang, topping lift, spinnaker halyard, 

Winches:  2 Lewmar 40 electric 2-speed chrome self-tailing winches for main halyard, main furling line, main sheet, jib sheet, jib furling line, and vang. Lewmar rope clutches at electric winches, Lewmar 16 2-speed chrome self-tailing on mast, 

Sails: North full-batten mainsail, North dacron furing jib, 

Anchoring & mooring: Bruce 22 lb. anchor with rope/ chain rode, dock lines and fenders with fleece covers, aluminum boat hook, 

Safety: emergency tiller, 2 Kidde Marine fire extinguishers, tool kit, flare kit and air horn, 4 adult type 2 life jackets with storage bag, heaving line, emergency ladder, 

Additional Equipment: varnished teak flag staff and flag with SS socket welded to backstay chainplate, 2-pc SS midship folding ladder with PVC treads, boat manuals, fyll custom-made boat cover

Exclusions: Owners personal effects

Disclaimer: Seller offers the details of this vessel in good faith but can not guarentee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of this vessel.

Deck and Hull Equipment

Accommadations:  Gone With The Wind sleeps 4 in a surprisingly spacious and beautifully finished interior that provides two ful length settees, a double berth forward, an inclosed head and a simple galley. Interior joinery is Herreshoff-style with white bulkheads and glossed-varnished cherry trim and satin finished teak cabin sole. 

Galley: Isotherm 1.45 CuFt top loading 12 vDC refrigerator with SS liner.  Corian counter top with stainless steal sink, 

Accommodations

Description: Morris Yachts and the legendary design firm of Sparkman and Stephens teamed up to produce a yacht of lasting beauty. A yacht that will grace any harbor and provide her owner with pride of ownership for many years. A combination of traditional aesthetics, heirloom quality craftsmanship and modern naval architecture and materials come together to produce a sailboat that is easy and rewarding to sail, beautiful to look at, and most of all fun to be on. 

Gone With The Wind is an excellent example up until 2022 that has seen only only light summertime use in New England.Hit + on “other information” above

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