The Morris 46 is designed and built as an ultimate oceangoing thoroughbred. Customized craftsmanship coupled with state of the art cruising performance affords you a rare opportunity to own a truly outstanding yacht of enduring value. KIA MARA has been very well maintained and upgraded, including a $200,000 overhaul in 2004. She is equipped for serious worldwide cruising and stands ready to safely and comfortably take you anywhere.
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Spécifications, Équipements et informations supplémentaires:
Nom du bateau
Constructeur: Morris Yachts
Architecte: Chuck Paine
Marque moteur: Yanmar
Année de construction: 1998
Modèle moteur: 4JH2-E
Type de moteur/essence: Diesel
Nombre d'heures: 2695
Hélice: Hélice pliante
Type de transmission: Prise directe
Puissance moteur: 51 HP
Nombre de réservoirs d'eau: (116 Gallons)
Nombre de réservoirs de carburant: Aluminium (78 Gallons)
Nombre de réservoirs des eaux usées: (55 Gallons)
Nombre de couchettes simples: 2
Nombre de couchettes doubles: 2
Nombre de toilettes: 2
Girouette - Anémomètre
Centrale de navigation
Génois sur enrouleur
Voile de cap
Grand voile sur enrouleur
Barres à roue
Pompe de cale manuelle
Chargeur de batteries
Pompe de cale électrique
Prise de quai
Circuit électrique: 12V
Coussins de cockpit
Échelle de bain
Hull & Deck
“Rib-Kore” reinforced solid fiberglass, single skin construction.
Reichold vinylester resin.
Kevlar reinforcement in forward sections of hull.
Centerline reinforcement gives approximate centerline thickness of 1.5 inches.
Two longitudinal stringers of cored fiberglass.
Transverse reinforced longitudinal stringers.
Awlgripped “Offwhite” Hull with single blue boot stripe. (2004)
Gold leaf cove stripe.
Green bottom paint.
Awlgripped mahogany rub rail with ss half oval.
Ground strap for SSB bonding.
Garboard drain plug.
Paine/Morris shoal draft/high performance keel.
8,630 pounds of antimony hardened lead.
Skeg protected fiberglass rudder.
1 inch core except in way of hatches, genoa tracks, stanchion bases, mast partners and other deck hardware where solid fiberglass replaces the core material.
One piece construction with molded-in fiberglass bulwark.
All hardware locations are drilled, tapped, bedded and thru bolted completely through the deck.
Trunk cabin sides are solid fiberglass.
The deck is permanently bonded to the hull using a horizontal integral laminated hull shelf and thru bolted on 8 inch centers.
Cherry interior trimwork.
Cherry joinery including moldings and trim, locker doors, passageway doors with arched tops, drawers, table and companionway ladder with satin varnish finish.
Maple sheathing strips.
Overhead removable panels of closed cell foam with antique white laminate to access all deck hardware fasteners.
Raymarine ST60 Multi instrument at nav station. (2004)
Raymarine RL70C Plotter/Radar in nav station with repeater at helm. (2004)
Raymarine 120 GPS sensor mounted on aft rail.
Questus backstay mount..
Robertson AP300 DLX Autopilot.
Robertson autopilot AP300PX remote.
(Autopilot, radar, GPS, and computer are all interfaced).
Global Star satellite phone system. (2004)
Custom back stay mount for GPS and Wavetalk antennas.
Computer outlet, connecters, inverter at nav station.
Printer outlet, connectors in pantry locker.
110 volt and 12 volt systems.
Electrical panels with digital meters.
Inverter sub panel and switching system.
Three 4D AGM batteries in a single bank for ships service. (New 2010)
Dedicated engine starting battery. (New 2010)
Start, house, and parallel battery switches.
Heart Link 20 battery monitor system.
Heart In-Charge external voltage regulator.
Ample Power 120 alternator.
Statpower Prosine 1800 watt inverter.
Emergency switching system to parallel both battery banks.
Solar panels on bimini.
Spare alternator and regulator
Extra interior lighting with dimmers.
Tri-color masthead light.
Hella fans in forward, main, and aft cabins.
12-volt cigarette style outlet in cockpit.
Espar D5LCC cabin heater with four outlets.
Ducting run for future air conditioner.
Raritan head (aft) with 25 gallon holding tank (Jabsco waste discharge pump).
Raritan manual head (forward) with new 30 gallon holding tank.
Head diverter valve for overboard discharge.
Holding tank level monitor for aft head.
Two Spectra Catalina 300MPC Watermakers with 12.5 gal/hr capacity each (2004 & 1998)
Seagull water filter system at galley sink.
All fresh water plumbing is non-toxic sanitary grade hose and tubing.
Stainless steel freshwater tanks (55 gallons on port, 61 gallons on stbd.) with clean-out covers.
Water tank level gauges.
Freshwater pump with accumulator tank.
10 gallon water heater with stainless steel tank (and valved for bypass if needed), heat exchanger and 110 volt element.
High capacity manual Edson bilge pump within easy reach of helm.
Jabsco 3000 electric automatic bilge pump with float switch and remote panel.
Jabsco Gulper electric diaphragm bilge pump.
Bilge high water alarm.
Stainless steel hose clamps, double clamped on all thru hull fittings.
Forespar Marelon seacocks.
Propane locker (with three tanks) located aft of cockpit coaming in sealed compartment with overboard drain.
Deck washdown (salt or fresh with Y-valve).
Simpson Lawrence electric windlass with up/down foot switches (secondary remote panel switches at helm. (2004)
Yanmar 4JH2-E 51hp fresh water cooled engine.
New raw water pump 2009.
Engine is flexible mounted with flex coupling and Aquadrive system for vibration isolation.
Edson single lever control engine control.
Flex-o-fold prop. (2004)
Engine panel in cockpit includes tachometer, hour meter, oil pressure gauge, water temperature gauge.
Electric Engine stop button on engine panel in cockpit.
78-gallon aluminum fuel tank (Drained and cleaned 2009)
Engine water pump speed seal.
Dual Racor 500 fuel filter system.
Racor water sensor kits & gauges for fuel filters.
Racor fuel vacuum gauge.
Fuel gauge in the galley.
Engine exhaust water is looped and vented to the highest point to prevent back siphoning.
1.25” stainless steel shaft.
Tides Marine shaft seal.
Easy all around access to engine service points, dip stick, oil fill, oil filter and water pump.
Prop protector shaft line cutter.
Electric oil change system.
Engine cover filled with lined, sound deadening insulation.
Five separate removable access doors with gaskets and flush easy open non-rattling latches.
The entire aft half of the cover is designed for easy removal for convenient service and maintenance.
Spars and Rigging
Aluminum mast (supported by discontinuous rod rigging).
Double air foil spreaders.
Leisurefurl boom. (2004)
Insulated backstay (for SSB).
Storm trysail track.
Continuous reefing system.
Schaefer headsail furler. (2004)
Adjustable genoa cars (from cockpit).
Removable inner forestay w/release lever and storage devise aft.
Staysail sheet tracks on cabin top with sheets led aft to rope clutches under dodger.
Harken manual backstay adjuster.
Traveler on cabin top with control lines led to cockpit.
Forespar vang. (2004)
Carbon fiber spinnaker pole with track storage.
Folding mast steps.
Running rigging replaced. (2004)
Mast head flag halyards.
Turnbuckles fitted to custom made chainplates with welded cover plates thru bolted at bulkheads and deck. (Rebed 2009)
The following are controlled from the cockpit (on the cabin top): staysail sheets, main furling line, main halyard, main sheet, vang, topping lift, and preventer.
Double-ended mainsheet allows tending from cabintop or helm.
North full batten mainsail. (2004)
North Nordac 130% furling genoa with foam luff pad and UV cover.
North 110% furling jib. (2004)
North Nordac 100% furling yankee.
North Storm Staysail (w/deck storage bag).
North Storm Trysail.
North full radial Gennaker (w/snuffer).
Two Lewmar 58 CCST self-tailing primary winches.
Two Lewmar 44 CCST two speed self-tailing secondary winches.
One Lewmar 44 CCST two speed self-tailing cabin top winch.
One Lewmar 44 CCEST electric self-tailing cabin top halyard winch.
Two Lewmar 40 CCST two speed self-tailing halyard winches.
Anchoring & Mooring
Stainless stem fitting holds two rigged anchors.
55# Delta primary anchor with 200 feet of 3/8 inch HT galvanized chain and 200 of rode.
44# Bruce secondary anchor with 30 feet of chain and 200 feet of rode.
Both primary and secondary rodes secured to underside of deck in forepeak.
Anchor rodes marked at 25 foot intervals.
Fortress storm anchor.
Anchor Rode snubber with chain hook.
SS chafe plate on foredeck.
Stern anchor rode of 30 feet of chain and 150 feet of rode.
Wooden plugs attached to each through hull with a lanyard.
M.O.M. (Man overboard module).
Winslow 6-person liferaft (with liferaft storage built into lazerette).
Horseshoe buoy with ss rack.
Engine auto fire extinguisher system.
Dry chemical fire extinguishers.
Abandon ship bag with water, rations, flares, and handheld watermaker.
Spare parts kit.
Misc. spare bulbs and fuses.
Lee clothes in aft cabin and main cabin.
Fitted bunk sheets.
Canvas weather cloths.
Canvas hatch dodgers.
Canvas dorade storage bags.
Flag staff and socket.
Fenders with polar fleece covers.
Throwable life cushions.
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.