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Price just reduced
- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Arnold, MD
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 65,000
The price on this must see boat was reduced $5,000! If you have been doing your homework, then you will know that this is a fantastic value. Make an appointment to see this boat today!
Let's go! "Vamanos" is big, fast, beautiful, and strong. She has been well cared for with many recent updates including all new wiring, batteries, and high output alternator. Her meticulous owner has spent many hours and dollars making Vamanos an unparalleled value in the 43'-47' range under 100K.
To schedule a private showing contact Gordon Bennett 410-739-4432 Gordon@AnnapolisYachtSales.com
Please contact Gordon Bennett at 410-739-4432
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Morgan Yachts (USA)
LOA: 45 ft 0 in
Beam: 13 ft 4 in
Minimum Draft: 5 ft 4 in
Maximum Draft: 9 ft 0 in
Displacement: 22500 lbs
Ballast: 10000 lbs
Total Power: 36 HP
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Engine Model: 3JH3E
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Power: 36 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: 2 (100 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 2 (50 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 2 (15 Gallons)
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 2
Upon descending the companionway, there is a surprising sense of spaciousness. This is confirmed by the 6’ 8” of headroom as you enter the salon. The second thing you notice is the warmth exuded by the use of contrasting wood. Dark cabinetry, against the light ash ceiling and use of teak with holly floor. The salon is simple and comfortable with two opposing couchs with a coffee table in between. At dinner time, the coffee table raises up and unfolds to accommodate all the space needed for a full blown diner. Leaving the salon, we pass thru a short hallway with access to the forward head and closets. Then, on to the spacious forward cabin. A two-way door makes it possible to share the head with the salon and still maintain privacy. Large deck hatches in the salon and forward cabin let plenty of air in the cabins when in the partially open position. There is a large shelf on both sides of the cabin and a seating area to port. Easy access to the anchor locker is forward of the bed.
Passing back thru the salon we see the forward facing navigation station off to starboard. There is room for those backup paper charts and other valuables under the chart table. It’s also a dry comfortable place to keep an eye on neighboring obstacles via the radar.
To the other side of the boat we see the spacious galley with large L shaped counter space and deep well insulated ice box. A double sink makes cleaning up after dinner a snap. There is even a trash door that accesses a hidden trash can in the wall behind the galley.
Normally, this would conclude the tour of the boat except there is a door just aft of the galley that leads to the aft stateroom with its own private head and large centerline queen size bed. This gives the unique feature of being an aft cockpit / aft cabin design with all the privacy it affords.
Electrical and Mechanical:
Shore Power / AC Power
1 - 30 AMP with locking cover, entrance breaker with polarity tester, two 50’ cords (yellow & white) & one 15 AMP adapter
AC circuit breakers: Total of 4, 3 can be powered by inverter, 4th for Seaward water heater, heated by running engine
Separate disconnect for shore power, windless auto pilot
Outlets: Protected by 2 GFI circuits in FWD and AFT cabin, salon, galley and polarity tester DC Panel
Batteries / Wiring / DC Power:
DC circuit breakers: Eighteen 12 Volt DC Slots, including 2 spare
The following electrical components were professionally installed in 2015
Six new batteries - Group 31 AGM batteries in 2 banks monitored by 2 Xantrex LinkPro monitors
Entire high current DC system rewired with marine grade wire, new crimped on connectors with shrink-wrapped terminations
New manual battery selector switch
New automatic battery selector
New ARS-5 Regulator
New 100 AMP Balmar alternater
Xantrex Freedom SW Sine Wave Inverter / Charger 2000 Watt
Xantrex System Control Panel (SCP) added that allows for integration with (future) generator
Stove: Force 10 two burner gimbilled propane stove with oven
20 pound propane tank in self draining compartment in transom
Newmar remote shut off and Shadow III LPG/CNG monitoring system
Microwave: Sharp Carasel II
Coffee Maker: Contaire built-in
Deep double stainless steel sink
Pressure water via MOEN Kitchen Faucet
4 Berths: 2 Centerline Queens each in private cabins, 2 singles in Salon –Sleeps 6 total
Lockers / Storage:
Three large closets fully lined with cedar, numerous drawers and cabinets.
23” color TV with remote (receives broadcast stations) in Salon:
Multi-source stereo also in Salon
Forward: Raritan Model Elegance Electric Head with Mercator and fresh water flush
Aft Head: Manual valves lined up for holding tank use. Can be changed to overboard discharge when offshore.
Water: 2 x 100 Gal. each, 200 Gal. total, aluminum, under settees in salon
Fuel: 2 x 50 Gal. each 100 Gal. total, aluminum, behind settees in salon
Holding: 2 x 15.5 Gal. each, 31 Gal. total, PVC, under centerline berths
Tank Tender in Galley for each water and fuel tank
All 6 tanks have Perko Deck fills and vents
Seaward hot water tank with engine heat exchanger and 120 Volt element
Manufacturer:Yanmar Model: 3JH3E
(Most Morgan 454's have the original Universal 5432 engine. The Yanmar is easy to get spare parts for due to the extensive dealer network.)
Gas/Diesel: Diesel HP: 36 Hours: unknown
2015- New starter and solenoid
2016- New fuel pump
2016 - injectors professionally inspected and serviced by the Annapolis area Yanmar dealer Bay Shore Marine - compression tested 450 psi, 470 psi, and 470 psi.
Deck and Hull Equipment
Mainsail: Hood Dacron Sail on a Seafurl 2 Furler - 458 sq ft
Genoa: 155%: Hood Dacron Sail on a Seafurl 2 Furler- 819 sq ft
North Sails, Annapolis checked both Sails in 2015 and advised they are in good shape.
10 Lewmar self-tailing aluminum winches
2 Primaries #55’s
2 Secondaries #30’s
2 Mainsheet #43’s
1 Cabintop -Main controls starboard #30
1 Cabintop –Centerboard port #40
1 Mast Starboard #30
1 MastPort #40
Winch Handles – 2 Locking, 1 Extra long (centerboard), 2 Spare
1 Spinaker Pole
Electronics at Navigation Station:
Raytheon Analog RADAR
12 Volt Flood Light receptacle – can be used for cell phone or computer charging
Forward Facing Chart Table with light
Electronics at the Helm:
Autohelm 6000 Autopilot - Control unit mounted on Pedestal Guard, secondary control unit mounted at companionway under dodger, Linear Drive mounted below deck on separate arm to provide backup for steering cable.
KVH Sailcomp – Magnetic compass, located below deck, feeds autopilot and display on pedestal.
Depth Sounder: HawkEye digital depth sounder (sender) mounted forward near anchor locker with display mounted between Autopilot and SailComp display in waterproof NAVPOD mounted on Pedestal guard. Also mounted on Pedestal Guard is
Interphase Master 11 seCV, 11 inch Colored Chart Plotter. Uses C-MAP chips from Jeppesen via Westmarine. Current Chip covers Shinnecock Inlet, NY to Arbamale Sound, NC giving the most detail for the Chesapeake. Displays for these 3 instruments can easily be seen from the helmsman position.
Auxiliary DC control panel located on starboard rear seat wall of the cockpit. It contains switches for Bilge Blower, Bilge Pump, Compass light, Foredeck Light. Manual bilge pump and engine controls are on the Port side.
DataMarine Corinthian series depth, speed and wind located on bridge deck are currently inoperable. Speed provided by chartplotter.
55 pound Plow with 80 feet 3/8” BBB chain spliced to 150’ ¾” 3 strand Nylon with depth markers every 30 feet
25 pound Danforth Hi-Tensile with 20’ 3/8” BBB chain attached to 100’ ¾” 3 strand nylon
QuickAntares anchor windless with gypsy for 3/8” BBB chain, rope drum, cockpit and foredeck controls, with LED lights, 2 Anchor Lockers, Stainless Steel hull protector, high pressure JP saltwater washdown and 2 snubbers located in 2 anchor lockers with separate bilge drains.
Coast Guard Equipment
1 First Aid Kit
3 Smoke Detectors
3 CO Detectors
3 Fire Extinguishers
Life Sling MOB retriever
2 Boarding ladders, 1 plastic and one stainless steel with 300# capacity
4 new lifejackets in container
Homeport Dock Lines
5 white 3 strand ¾” 35 foot with loops on 1 end
1 white 3 strand ¾” 25 foot with loop
2 white 3 strand ¾” and 1” lines
3 extra large rubber snubers (shock absorbers)
Traveling Dock Lines
4 black 3 strand ¾” 28 foot, 1 has a loop
2 black braided ¾’ 28 foot, with loops
1 black braided ¾” with white specs 55 feet long
Large Dodger with zippered plastic window, stainless steel frame with hand rails
Bimini with plastic window
Screens for hatches and companion way
Awning with 2 poles
2 Boat hooks
Large Stowable Teak Cockpit table with four drink holder
Teak Rub rail with SS striker plate
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.