Sellingfor my late brother's wife sweet sailing 1971 Morgan 22. It has some superficial cosmetic issues, scuffs,and scratches, but is solid, sturdy vessel with the "bullet-proof" Morgan pedigree, newer knot-log, full set ofdecent sails, heavy-duty tandem trailer with recently-new tires and spare, anda lightly used Nissan long-shaft outboard. Thisvessel originally sailed/raced in Lake Superior. It is the sister of my own '69Morgan 22 which won its share of races. For example, my '69 won outright the long distance 2002 Kentucky Lake Fall RiddleCup (against some serious competition the only time we competed in that race). We had the smallest boat in the race,and all others had to give us time (some had to give us lot of time, e.g., the 34and 38 footers). We were in J&M class, which started after the Spinnakerclass cleared the line, making our actual start signal bit over ten minuteslater than the Spinnaker class start. We finished ahead of ALL of the J&Mclass, finishing with the leaders of the Spinnaker class, between and 5minutes after the first-to-finish Spinnaker boat, and (if recall correctly)only three or four of those finished ahead of us. We won on actual time notby handicap. After the race, before awards were handed out, other racers were overheard pondering, "What the kind of boat was that?" referring to the Morgan 22. Mypoint? My cruiser is as stable and comfortable as any small vessel; it is stock Morgan 22 which can hold its own as pretty respectable race vessel.My brother's 22 is better equipped for racing. It is essentially the same boat,but it has both the standard rudder and an extra race rudder (shallower, but longer fore and aft); it has acenterboard-slot-closing device which reduces turbulence when the board is up;and the shrouds are mounted on the cabin instead of gunwales, allowing the jibto be sheeted in foot or so closer on either side, which lets the boat sail closer to the wind. It has unique robust tabernacle (deck hinge), which makes raising/lowering the mast simple task. We won our share of races inour 22. My brother's Morgan should routinely beat mine any day.So, up forsale is solid 1971 Morgan 22. It can use some cosmetic work, but it is ready to sail. It comes with good tandem axle trailer with extendable hitch, complete set of sails, and lightly-used Nissan 3.5 hp long shaft outboard. My sister-in-law wants to sellit. I'd snap it up, but own four sailboats already. She is asking $4500 withsails, ob motor, and trailer.I can provide more photos, if interested. Thanks for looking.
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