Particulars

Length:
29 ft 5 in
Type:
Sail
Hull Material:
Fiberglass
Designer:
Chuck Paine
Builder:
Morris Yachts
Year Built:
1981
Power:
13hp Volvo MD7A Diesel
Asking Price:
$89,000
Name:
HALCYON
Location:
Northeast Harbor, ME, US
Contact Name:
Wythe Ingebritson
Contact Phone:
(207) 664-8111
Contact Email:
[email protected]

Off Center Harbor's Remarks

When Morris Yachts went into production in the late ‘70s they offered a couple of sweet little cruising boats built to the highest standards, the Annie model being one of them. So take your time with this listing and enjoy seeing how well she has been kept over the years. A jewel of a boat in pristine condition.

Description from Boat's Main Listing

HALCYON is a rare Morris Annie in exceptional condition. The current owner has lavished the boat with top-notch maintenance and upgrades done by Morris Yachts, her original builder. Stored inside a heated building each winter and sailed a few months a year in Maine, HALCYON is a beautiful example of the Morris Annie 29 and is ready to sail. Most sail handling lines have been led to the cockpit, making for very easy single-handed sailing. Her hull form and sail plan result in an easy motion under sail and capability for both afternoon sails or long-distance cruising. With over 6’ headroom and generous berths, she is remarkably comfortable below for a boat her size.

Dimensions
LOA: 29 ft 5 in
Beam: 9 ft 5 in
LWL: 24 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 6 in
Displacement: 11027 lbs
Ballast: 4400 lbs

Engines
Total Power: 13 HP

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Volvo
Engine Model: MD7A
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 935
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Engine Power: 13 HP

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: (70 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (17 Gallons)

Accommodations
Number of single berths: 5
Number of cabins: 1
Number of heads: 1

Electrical Equipment
Electrical Circuit: 12V

CONSTRUCTION
Exterior:

Solid fiberglass hull with external lead ballast.
Copper grounding strap for all rigging, spars, fuel tank and thru-hulls.
Fiberglass deck with balsa core for weight savings, and solid cabin sides.
Interior:

Philippine mahogany marine-grade plywood bulkheads painted white with varnished mahogany trim.
Apitong cabin sole, varnished pine sheathing.

DECK and HULL
Dark green Awlgripped hull (2011) with white boot stripe, white Awlgripped decks (2002) with buff non-skid gelcoat (2002).

DECK:
Dodger w/two fwd hand rails and large aft handrail (2003)
Teak handrails.
Teak eyebrows.
Teak toe rails (removed and rebedded 2000).
Teak bowsprit with storage for two anchors.
Bronze Sampson posts for bow and stern cleats with bronze chocks and fairleads.
(2) Bomar deck hatches (fore and aft opening).
(6) opening bronze port lights with screens (rebedded 2013)
Bow and stern pulpits; double lifelines.
Chainplates rebedded 2016

COCKPIT
Large sail locker to starboard.
Gear locker to port.
(2) Harken 2-speed self-tailing #40 primary winches (2016)
(1) Harken single speed self-tailing cabin top winch.
Five position rope clutch leading lines back to cockpit.
Teak rimmed winch handle pockets.
Propane locker aft.
Traveller with main sheet block
Removable teak platform in cockpit

MAIN SALON
Port and starboard settees (with lee cloths).
Quarter berth to port.
Ample storage in cubbies and lockers.
Bookshelves port and starboard, outboard.
Fold-down table mounted on forward bulkhead.
Bronze opening portlights.

GALLEY
Formica countertop.
Gimbaled Force 10 gourmet 2-burner stove with oven (propane), with custom butcher block top.
Stainless steel sink with pressurized hot water spigot and Whale manual foot pump for cold water (2007).
Ice box with removable shelf and divider.
Dry storage locker.
Built-in dish storage.
Well-equipped with pots, pans, mugs, plates, flatware, etc.

FORWARD CABIN
V-berth with insert.
Storage under V-berth.
Hanging locker.

HEAD
Wilcox-Crittenden manual marine head.
Tankwatch tank tender. (2003)
Y-valve to overboard or to holding tank. (2003)
Stainless steel sink with manual cold water.
Solar ventilator.

ENGINE/MECHANICAL
Volvo MD7A 13hp, fresh water cooled, professionally maintained. 935 Hours shown on hour meter
Three blade feathering Max prop
Auto bilge pump.
Emergency manual bilge pump in cockpit
Hot water heater (engine heated).
Bronze thru-hulls.
Zintex propane monitor.
Propane locker with two tanks (tanks new 2017)
Wilcox-Crittenden head with holding tank (2003) and Y-valve system.
Tiller steering.
Pressurized water in galley.
Two water tanks (second added in 2006).

ELECTRICAL
1-2-Both Battery switch.
(2) 85 Amp, 12 volt batteries.
Voltmeter.
Circuit breaker panel.
Foredeck light.
Cabin lights.
Bow light.
Pulpit lights.
Tri-color light.
Anchor light.

ELECTRONICS and NAVIGATION
Icom M502 VHF with Command Mic in cockpit. (both new 2002)
Raymarine C80 color radar/chartplotter, mounted on swivel at companionway (2008).
Garmin 2010C chartplotter, mounted on swivel at companionway. (2003)
Raymarine i70 instruments with new depth and wind transducers (new 2019)
Bronze gimbled Moore Sestrel compass (port side).
Ritchie bulkhead compass (starboard side). (2004)

SPARS and RIGGING
Aluminum spar and boom (Awlgripped 2002).
1 x 19 x 7/32 stainless steel standing rigging.
Main Halyard and reefing lines run to cockpit.
Removable inner forestay for storm staysail

SAILS
Mainsail.
120% Genoa.
Storm staysail #1
Storm staysail #2

GROUND TACKLE
25# CQR w/20’ of 5/16” chain and 277’ of ½” 3-strand nylon.
Danforth S920 w/250’ rode with chain and an additional 250’ rode.

ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT and FEATURES
Maine Point fleece pillows.
(3) Fenders (with fleece covers).
(4) Dock lines.
Dyer Dhow. dinghy painted to match (sailing model without sailing equipment)(2015).
Cockpit cushions. (2002)
Shipmate 701CH cabin heater.
Brass kerosene lamp.
Horseshoe rescue float.
Lifesling.
(4) Lifejackets.
Flares.
Emergency boarding ladder

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