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1985 Morris Justine - 36'


 
Year 1985
Length 36ft.
Price USD $229,000
Type: Pre-owned
Categories:
Sail
Location Seattle, WA, United States
Hull Material Fiberglass/GRP
Engine type Single
Fuel
Contact Information
 
Dimensions
Beam: 11 ft 7 in
Max Draft: 4 ft 6 in
Draft Drive Up: Direct Drive
Displacement: 15500 lbs
Engines
Engine(s): Yanmar
Engine Model: 3JH5E
Year: 2013
Hours: 558
Engine(s) HP: 39 HP
Tankage
Fuel: 1 Plastic (29 Gallons)
Water: (87 Gallons)
Holding Tank: 1 Plastic (13 Gallons)
Hull
Keel Type: Fin

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Boat Name
Dauntless
Specs
Keel: Fin
Dimensions
LOA: 36 ft 3 in
Beam: 11 ft 7 in
LWL: 29 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 6 in
Displacement: 15500 lbs
Ballast: 6500 lbs
Engines
Total Power: 39 HP
Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 2013
Engine Model: 3JH5E
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 558
Propeller: Folding propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 39 HP
Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: (87 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 Plastic (29 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 1 Plastic (13 Gallons)
Accommodations
Number of single berths: 3
Number of double berths: 1
Number of heads: 1

Accommodations

 

Dauntless has the classic Herreshoff style interior, white paneling with wood trim. The layout out is open, spacious, with lots of natural light. She will comfortably sleep up to 5 people using the double v-berth the single quarter berth and the two salon settees. The head room is generous at 6’ 5” at the peak of the main salon.   Notched, tongue-and-groove, solid wood paneling enhances the classic look as do the solid wood teak floors.   The headliner is white with wood battens. An Espar forced air furnace was added by her current owner to keep things toasty, warm, and dry in this Pacific NW climate. Large opening bronze port lights together with the large opening overhead hatches provide plenty of natural light and ventilation. At night, new light fixtures provide excellent lighting.

During the 2013 refit by Morris Yachts the interior had a complete re-do. All the upholstery and cushions were replaced. The interior wood was all stripped and re-varnished. Painted surfaces and bulkheads were repainted. The interior lights were replaced. Galley and head sinks are new stainless and all counter surfaces were replaced as well.

Walkthrough starting forward and moving aft.

The forward Cabin has a traditional V-berth configuration. The cushions were new in 2013 and are oversized 8” foam. The split bunk has an insert peace giving the option of turning this berth into a generous double. Under the bunk is storage and the holding tank for the single head. Solid wood paneling lines the side ceilings. There are two cherry wood book shelves to port and starboard. Overhead is a large opening hatch. In addition there are three opening bronze port lights. Aft of the bunk and to port is a large bureau of 4 deep drawers with a large shelf space and mirror above.

Aft of the forward cabin and to starboard is the head. Re-built in the 2013 refit, this good-sized head has all the amenities one would want. The sink nozzle pulls out and doubles as a shower.   There is a generous sump under the slotted floorboards with electric sump pump.   Up and outboard are three large cabinets. The new stainless sink is large with a large storage area under. The toilet is a manual Raritan unit which was new in 2013. Another large cabinet can be found outboard and above the toilet itself. A small overhead opening hatch and opening bronze port light provide ventilation and natural light.

Across from the head to port is a generous-sized cedar lined hanging locker, with a fiddled shelf above. The keel stepped mast is just aft of the Head and does not intrude upon the salon space.

The Main Salon has an L-shaped settee to starboard with a straight settee to port. The salon table is a wall mounted is an easily used, drop-down unit. When down with the drop leaf deployed, the table comfortably seats five. When stowed up, it is completely out of the way making the salon open and spacious. Solid wood paneling is nicely accented by cherry wood trim with solid cherry cabinetry. To starboard and outboard are two cabinets divided by book shelf and plain shelf place below. To port and outboard, also two cabinets, but these are divided by a small three tiered book shelf and open shelf.   There is storage behind the settee seat back cushions. The water tanks are located under both settees with the 6 gallon water heater located under the starboard settee at the bottom of the “L”.

The U-shaped Galley is located aft of the salon and to starboard. The galley is large for a 36’ boat. It has a new large double stainless sink, new three burner Force 10 stove/oven/broiler, top loading fridge and microwave oven. There will be no complaints about storage with 5 deep cabinets and a voluminous top loading storage space. The refrigeration space is large and top loading as well. A cherry wood shelf with inserts for cup storage spans the open space between the galley and salon.

Opposite the galley on the port side is the stand-up navigators table. With single quarter berth aft.   This makes functional use of the space available. The nav table is large and has drawer and cabinet space under. Above and outboard is panel space for electronics. Currently the Clarion Stereo, Icom VHF, Espar thermostat and fuel tank gage are located here on the panel with cabinet just forward.   The single quarter bunk is just of the nave table makes for an excellent sea berth. Above the quarter berth is a large shelf running outboard and aft above.

Al the electrical breakers, battery switch, electric winch breaker and propane solenoid switch are located on the aft facing space under the companion way. The breaker panel hinges open for excellent access to the wiring behind.   A large counter space extends from the galley under the companion way with the breakers just above. 

This is a proven, functional and well executed interior, with of course the classic Morris touch.

New extra thick V-berth cushions and upholstery (2013)

New interior cushions and upholstery throughout (2013)

New galley counter top and trim (2013)

New companionway hatch (2013)

New companionway kick boards finished bright (2013)

New sink & faucet in the head (2013)

New sink & faucet in the galley (2013)

Espar forced air heat (2014)

New head sink (2013)

Teak Fold down table in Salon

New lighting through out (2013)

New counter top in Galley (2013)


Hull & Deck

 

Construction is hand laminated fiberglass with a solid fiberglass hull and cabin sides. The deck is fiberglass with a balsa core. In 2013 during the major refit at Morris Yachts, the Hull and deck were completely inspected and repaired as necessary, from stem to stern, and top to bottom. The bottom was repainted. The hull sides were re-painted with new Awl grip. The deck and nonskid received the same treatment with new Awlgrip and non-skid. All the deck hardware and port lights were removed and re-bedded.   All exterior wood was stripped and re-varnished.   The windlass was replaced with new and a new front hatch was installed.

Lewmar V3 electric windlass w/up and down foot switches (2013)

New Anchor Chain (2014)

New Iverson Dodger and connector to bimini (2014)

All deck hardware removed and re-bedded (2013)

Awlgripped and non-skid decks (2013)

Awlgrip paint job on hull (2013)

All port lights and hatches removed and re-bedded (2013)

New forward hatch (2013)

Lockers newly gelcoated (2013)

Edson steering pedestal (new paint 2013)

Teak Hand Rails

Teak Toe rail caps

All exterior wood stripped and re-varnished (2013), and varnished again in 2015

Bronze Port Lights

New life lines (2013)

Spinlock line clutches on cabin top (2013)

Lewmar 40 self tailing electric bronze cabin top winch

Lewmar 30 self tailing bronze cabin top winch

Lewmar 6 cabin top bronze snubber winch (2013)

(2) Lewmar 46 self tailing bronze primary winches


Electronics & Navigation

Raymarine E-80 radar/chartplotter

Raymarine 4kw mast mounted radar tx dome (2014)

Raymarine ST60+ wind display (2013)

Raymarine ST60+ depth display (2013)

Raymarine ST60+ Speed display (2013)

Raymarine ST6001 Autopilot

Ritchie Binnacle Compass

Clarion M303 Blue Tooth and Sirius enabled stereo CD player (2015)

Icom IC-M422 VHF


Electrical

Wired 110V AC, 12V DC

110V outlets through out

Two 12 volt outlets in salon

1-2-Both main battery switch

Bass AC/DC electrical panels with circuit breakers

30 amp 110 Volt AC shore power inlet

50’ 30amp shore power cord (2013)

Truecharge 40 amp battery charger

(2) group 31 house batteries

(1) group 27 start battery

Galvanic isolator


Mechanical

 

Yanmar 3JJH5E 39 hp Auxillary Marine Diesel Engine with 558hrs (re-powered 2013)

New Engine wiring (2013)

New 3 blade max prop (2015)

New Exhaust and muffler (2013)

Stuffing Box repacked (2013)

New coupling (2013)

29 gallon Fuel tank (2013)

Wema Fuel Gauge

Espar force air heater (2015)

New Plumbing (2013)

Re-plumbed holding tank (2014)

H/C pressure water (new pump 2013)

New Raritan Manual Head (2013)

New shower sump pump (2013)

All seacocks serviced (2013)

6 gal water heater, 100V or engine (2013)

Force 10 stove/oven (2013)

Samsung microwave oven

Rule 1500 electric bilge pump with auto float switch

Manual bilge pump inspected and repaired (2014)


Rigging & Sails

Aluminum single spreader mast

New standing rigging (2013)

Schaffer roller furling boom

New running rigging (2013)

New Mainsheet traveler (2013)

Port Townsend Sail asymmetric spinnaker in ATN dousing sleeve

Bremen full batten in-boom roller furling mainsail – very good

Bremen roller furling genoa – very good


Miscellaneous and Safety

 

Wood floor, roll up West Marine PSB-275 dinghy

Eureka Easyclean hand held vacuum

Electric Space heater

Life Sling

Numerous engine spares


Disclaimer
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.
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