Located In: San Carlos, Mexico
Hull Material: Fiberglass
The Morgan 382 is a classic Ted Brewer design with a “cruising fin keel” and a skeg-hung rudder. This sloop has been re-powered with a well maintained Yanmar 4JH motor with a new heat exchanger and exhaust elbow.
The current owners have made many upgrades since 2015, including new standing rigging (2016), a new Doyle 120% genoa and a new offshore full batten mainsail. The old plastic ports were replaced with Newfound Metal stainless steel ports. A third solar panel was added with a new MPPT Controller. These upgrades easily meet the electrical needs of the boat (all LED bulbs). This Morgan also comes with a full shade cover (2019) to protect her from the Mexican summer sun. An Avon R-310 RIB and a Tohatsu 6HP 4-stroke with low hours are also
Numerous other upgrades include:
- Rocna Anchor (new, 2015)
- New Lewmar ST30 Winch on mast (2015)
- New Propane Sensor/Detector (2016)
- Refrigeration, Adler Barbour – new control head & compressor (2016)
- Windlass (rebuilt in Scotland 2016)
- Tides Marine Mainsail Track (2017)
- New Lifelines (2019)
- New Manual Bilge Pump
From Cruising World:
A teardrop-shaped hull, wide beam, discreet reverse transom, and long overhangs might be the hallmarks of a vintage racing boat, but Ted Brewer designed the Morgan 382 as a cruiser, not as a racer that could also be cruised. From 1977 to 1986, Morgan Yachts and its successor, Cat-alina-Morgan, built nearly 500 of the Morgan 382 and its later configurations, the 383 and 384. Owners have taken them everywhere.
Visually, the boat is balanced and well proportioned, and the low cabin trunk and 6-inch bulwarks help keep the profile trim. At upward of 17,000 pounds on a waterline of 30 feet 6 inches, the boat is almost in the heavy-displacement category. The hull, however, with its elongated fin keel, skeg-attached rudder, and roundish bilge, isn’t that of a slow cruiser.
This boat brought some innovations to the market in 1977. The topsides and the deck were cored with synthetic foam at a time when balsa and plywood were the norm. Morgan also introduced a novel drain system: All deck drains connect to a PVC tube that runs across the boat aft and under the cockpit. Owners call it the “torpedo tube.”
Under sail, the motion is predictable and comfortable, and the wide deck offers excellent footing with many flat surfaces. The practical and well-protected cockpit commands a clear view in all directions. The helm is responsive. Overall, the boat is stiff and fast; it points high, and it cuts through chop easily.
Boats in the Morgan 382/ 383/384 family list from about $40,000 to nearly $80,000. They take good care of their crews at sea or on the hook, in light air or in heavy weather. Owners trade tips and chat through a website.
Morgan 382 Specs:
LOA: 38′ 4″ (11.68 m.)
LWL: 30′ 6″ (9.30 m.)
Beam: 12′ 0″ (3.66 m.)
Draft: 5′ 0″ (1.52 m.)
Sail Area (100%): 668 sq. ft. (62.1 sq. m.)
Ballast: 6,800 lb. (3,084 kg.)
Displacement: 17,200 lb. (7,802 kg.)
Water: 95 gal. (360 l.)
Fuel: 40 gal. (152 l.)
Engine: Various diesels
Designer: Ted Brewer
The all-wood interior offers volumes of room and storage. The head of the double quarter berth to starboard serves as the seat for the nav area; opposite is a large and efficient galley. In the saloon, is the L-shaped seat to port that seats owners comfortably at the drop-leaf table. A wide settee and a narrow pilot berth occupy the starboard side. The head is roomy and has a fully enclosed shower. The V-berth comfortably sleeps two.
Some use the quarter berth for storage. All items that need maintenance or repair are easily accessible. With a modified or enlarged saloon table, the interior becomes cozy and functional.
This vessel is located in beautiful San Carlos Sonora, Mexico, A short 250 mile drive on a safe 4 lane highway from Nogales, Az. San Carlos is a known boating destination/community, featuring breathtaking scenery, quiet anchorages nearby, great fishing, diving, two marinas, 3 haul out facilities and much more.
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