MOTIVATED OWNERS HAVE JUST MADE
A SIGNIFICANT PRICE REDUCTION OF $8,000 ON MARCH 5th!!!
THEY HAVE JUST INSTALLED
NEW STANDING RIGGING & NEW RUNNING RIGGING!!!
BRING YOUR OFFERS TODAY - THEY WANT THIS BOAT GONE !!!!!!!!
THIS YACHT HAS NEVER BEEN CHARTERED!!!
The Nelson/Marek Morgan 45’ is not to be mistaken with any other Morgan…it is TRULY a unique and rare boat, as only 29 of these incredible racer/cruisers, were ever built.
“Tinaca” is a TWO OWNER yacht, which speaks to the the confidence in this yacht, both in the quality of construction and performance, and the enjoyment she has brought to those two owners over the last 33 years!!!
She's especially spacious and very comfortable and has been designed, by the renown team of Bruce Nelson & Bruce Marek …. Masters of creating better sailing characteristics in their boats, than any available at the time.
In SOUTHWINDS Magazine, November 2008 issue, author and sailor, Harmon Heed, wrote in his review of the Morgan 45, "BIG!", "Fast", "Beautiful", "Strong!", "Sea-kindly!" “Those are terms inevitably used when describing the Nelson/Marek designed Morgan 45 Sloop. I have personally e crewed on the Morgan 45, ‘HALLELUJAH’ for three years and personally, I think they're understatements."
Known both for winning more than their share of ocean races through the years, the Morgan 45 Nelson/Marek is also known by experienced racers and cruisers alike, as having one of the most comfortable, voluminous and luxurious interiors…just simply a wonderful liveaboard cruising yacht which affords spacious storage lockers, a professional Navigators station that has room for a full array of navtronics, and a large liveable main saloon and staterooms!!!
In The Owner’s Words:
We purchased the boat in 2009 from the original owner on Lake Erie. Over the next month we sailed it back to St. Joseph, Michigan where we began updating the equipment with the intention of living on board while traveling to the Bahamas. For four years we sailed on Lake Michigan and worked to add the equipment and features we wanted. We made numerous crossings to Chicago and Milwaukee and one circumnavigation of Lake Michigan.
For our final upgrades we moved the boat up the Lake to Charlevoix, Michigan for the winter of 2012/2013. We were able to leave on the 4th of July, 2013 and headed for Lake Superior. We spent the next two months cruising the Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence Seaway to Montreal then back to Oswego, NY where we entered the Oswego canal. The day we entered the dam at lock #13 on the Erie canal was closed for “Serious Damage” from scouring around the center piling. The Erie was closed for 3 weeks and it took us 24 days to travel from Oswego, NY to Waterford, NY.
We then traveled down the Hudson stopping at Ossining for some train/bus trips into the city and to White Plains. From Ossining we traveled down the New Jersey coast making several overnight stops and then on to Norfolk, VA where we stopped for several weeks to visit friends.
While there we had new canvas, a Bimini and full “glass type” enclosure added. From Norfolk we took the ICW all the way to Riviera Beach and Lake Worth/Palm Beach Inlet and our Florida home port.
We left the boat in Riviera Beach for the Holidays and wintered in the Keys and Bahama’s. We spent two summers traveling up the coast to Maine then back south stopping in Norfolk for maintenance and friends. Our trips North and South were mainly outside along the coast after the first Southward trip. We made much faster time and experienced “life at sea” for extended periods.
Our final trip was to New Orleans. We visited John Pennakamp State Park, the West Coast of Florida for the first time and stayed in Panama City for three weeks mainly due to weather. We met family in New Orleans staying at the South Shore Marina for the week. The return leg was to Gulfport, MS for fuel and water then on South making for the Dry Tortugas. We passed North of the Tortugas in total darkness and rounded up for Key Largo and Pennakamp. The return trip took 5 days at sea during which we saw zero vessels crossing the Gulf of Mexico.
We’ve had a wonderful 7 years with TINACA and have really enjoyed the 15,000 + miles we’ve logged during that time. Unfortunately due to some physical limitation I’m beginning to incur we have decided to move ashore and enjoy retirement in other ways."
For additional information please
Call and talk PERSONALLY to
STANLEY DABNEY, the listing broker
OFFSHORE ATLANTIC YACHTS
at (772)223-1583) or cell (561-818-9235)
Headroom is 6’10” or better, throughout the boat and storage capacity can only be noted as “incredible”. Beautiful Burmese teak interior joinery throughout, lockers have teak doors and the glossy varnished cabin sole in the main living quarters is teak and holly, upholstery is a cream color background with tan and lilac pattern.
“TINACA” sleeps up to ten people in accommodations with the forward cabin for 2, large owners aft stateroom cabin for 2 and main salon with pullout berths both port and starboard, plus 2 pilot berths. She features private accommodations for two couples in separate cabins, and there are 2 heads aboard.
The guest cabin is most forward, starting with access to a large chain locker by way of a double opening teak door, followed by the forward guest stateroom, which was designed with your guests in mind, and incorporates a good sized, centerline bed with a curved seat to port, shelves outboard, both to port and starboard and storage under the V-berth. To starboard, there is a drawer and locker under the shelf and to port is a large hanging locker. There are ash batten strips outboard and the owner has installed an ingenious fishing rod holder on the port side. There is a large opening hatch overhead.
A louvered teak door separates the forward guest V-berth from the rest of the boat for a truly private cabin.
Next aft to starboard is the forward guest head, ventilated with an opening port and weatherproof mushroom type ventilator. There is access by way of TWO doors, one to the forward V-berth, the other to the main salon.There is a vanity with large mirror over, hot and cold pressure water, storage under the oval S.S. sink and also outboard behind the head. Outboard and above the head is a “rolling door” with large capacity storage behind. You will note in the photos, a beautiful Teak shower grate on floor.
Directly across from the forward head to port, there is a large hanging locker, followed by a low-boy with storage above and under.
There is a lovely reading lamp mounted on the bulkhead over. To starboard, against the main bulkhead, there is yet another low-boy with storage under and large flatscreen TV mounted on the bulkhead over. Outboard of the low-boy, there is a large storage locker.
The main salon features settee births to port and starboard with pilot berths over and outboard. There is a beautiful varnished teak double drop leaf table to starboard and the floors are teak and holly WITH LOCKING FLOORBOARDS!!
Directly aft of the starboard settee, to starbpard, is a dedicated, navigation station and chart table with plenty of room for additional electronic navigation and communication equipment outboard.
The large nav table/desk has a generous storage locker under the desk top and room for the additional electronic navigation and communication equipment outboard. There is storage under the nav desk. Overhead is an opening port & deck ventilator, for excellent cross ventilation with the galley and Nav area on either side of the companionway.
On center line, between the galley and the nav station, are the main companionway steps. There is storage in one compartment on the port side and the steps are easily removed for great engine access. To the port of the steps, directly aft of the nav station, there is a large teak door which leads to the aft, owners head.
This design is, one of the listing brokers favorite layouts as it affords a crew member coming off watch, to immediately enter the head with teak grate and remove wet foul weather gear and boots, without traipsing through the main saloon and getting salt water EVERYWHERE! It is also easy access for any crew member to come below to use the head, without disturbing sleeping guests or fellow crew members.
The aft head has a round stainless steel sink, ensuite shower with hot and cold pressure water and storage behind the head and a tambour rolling door cabinet, with tons of storage outboard. There is also a bulkhead mounted mirror and a rear door with entrance into the owners large aft cabin.
To port of the companionway stairs is a classic “L” shaped, walk through (between main saloon and aft owners stateroom). There is a large top opening fridge/freezer with easy-clean shelving. Outboard are TWO large tambour rolling door cabinets with lots of great storage. Here we have two deep stainless steel sinks with hot and cold pressure water and fresh water foot pump, and under, there is a large 2 door cabinet.
Next aft is a Seaward 2-burner, stainless steel, gimbaled stove with oven and broiler and top loading dry storage cabinet next to it. Under the stove there is pan storage in an enclosed locker. There is generous counter space, abundant storage for dishes and food supplies, all equaling LIVEABILITY. There is plenty of room for TWO COOKS IN THE GALLEY!!!
And again, with yet another overhead mushroom vent, there’s plenty of cross ventilation in the galley.
NOW COMES THE FUN PART!! Walking further aft you will find, perhaps the best captains quarters, in the sailing community.
There is a center line bed, accessible from both port and starboard, a cockpit opening port, built-in cabinetry, storage both port and starboard, a good sized dressing seat with storage under and a large cedar lined hanging locker.
OWNERS LIST OF ITEMS ADDED &/OR UPGRADED:
Sail cover, Dodger, Bimini, Full enclosure
Fresh water foot pump
Anchor windless with raw water washdown
2 55# anchors (Plow and Claw) 1 - 220’ ⅜” chain
& 2 - 150’ ⅝” nylon
New Harken headsail furler and rod stay (9/12)
Replaced Engine water pump (6/15)
Replaced Engine raw water pump (5/14)
Forward H/A/C/Dehumidify unit (18K btu) (6/13)
Aft H/A/C/Dehumidify unit (12K btu) (6/13)
New batteries (4 in 5/14)
Converted one hanging locker to linen closet.
Diving type swim ladder
New Propane Stove/Oven (2 burner)
Propane Tank Locker
Dingy davits w/Solar Panel
Replaced 2 port lights
New engine controls and control panel (9/15)
Raymarine E-120, Raymarine Autopilot, Raymarine AIS,
Raymarine ST-70 repeaters (2),
Raymarine Closed Array radar
Mastervolt Battery Monitor System
LED lighting in main cabin, Navigation and Anchor Light
Blue Sea Electric panel during upgrade to 50 amp service
Glendening & shore cable (85’)
200 amp charger, Inverter, Isolation transformer
Clarion AM/FM/CD/DVD player
Icom IC-M604 VHF Marine radio.
32” EU ready Samsung Flat Screen TV
Large “L” Shaped Walk-Thru Galley W/Loads Of Storage
Off White Formica Counter Tops
Fresh Water Foot Pump
Freshwater Hot & Cold Water
13 Gallon Hot Water Heater
Tremendously Spacious Over the Counter Cabinetry
Large Dry Storage Locker
Top Loading Norcold Refrigeration/Freezer
2-Burner, Gimballed S.S. Stove W/Oven & Broiler
Pan and Tray Drawer Under Stove Recess
Solenoid Fuel Shut Off
Raymarine Autopilot (2010)
Raymarine Radar (2011)
Raymarine Wind-Speed, Distance, Depth, Knot/Log (2010)
5120 Chart Plotting System (2010)
6” Danforth Binnacle Mounted Compass
Icom M604 VHF (2012)
Clarion Stero (2012)
Premier Speakers (2012)
Samsung 32” Flat Screen TV
4-Odyssey Drycell Battery
1-Drycell Starting Battery
Mastervolt Battery Monitoring System
Mss Combi 120V Inverter
LED Lights In Main Salon & Galley
Incandescent In Heads & State Rooms
4-Double Electrical Outlets
85’ Shorepower Cord
50Amp In Glendenning Auto Storage Unit Adaptor (5-2-30’s) 12 Volt
2 24/7 Electrical Float Switch
The topsides of “TINACA”, features a large unobstructed deck and cabin top. Safe & secure deck work is ensured with double fastened, extra heavy stanchion bases with double lifelines and teak handrails amidships and forward.
The large and comfortable cockpit is a cruisers delight with room for 8. Excellent visibility from all positions is consistent with this proven liveaboard cruising style and you will find the cockpit will be the center of your “at-anchor and entertaining lifestyle”
The mast is keel stepped, hull color is white and the whale stripe and boot stripe are a deep rich blue which compliments the Sunbrella covers on the roller furling. Bimini, dodger, and misc. canvas..
Off White Fiberglass Decks W/Non-skid
Cockpit Cushions For Fwd Section, Large Enough For 2 To Lie Down
Large Walk Around Decks
Salt Water Deck Washdown In Anchor Locker
2 - Side Gates
Custon Heavy Duty S.S. Stern Arch W/Solar Panel On Top And Plenty Of Room For Ships Antenna Farm
Stern Swim Platform
Custom Built Blue Sunbrella Dodger W/Exterior S.S. Handrail Safety Bars And Bars For Storing Lines
Blue Sunbrella Bimini, Zips to Dodger & Extends Clear To tern Of Boat
Full Side Curtains
Full Cockpit Enclosure
Pilot Seat & Cockpit Cushions
Blue Sunbrella Mainsail Cover & Sun Shade On 3-Head Sails
Dual Anchor Bow Roller Assembly
Teak Folding Cockpit Table and Hand Rails
PVC Drink Holders At Binnacle
Destroyer Type S.S. Steering Wheel
Maxwell RC10 Windlass W/Forward Foot Control & Remote In Cockpit
1 Mast Step
5 Opening Hatches (1-V-Berth, 1-Main Salon, 1-Galley, 2-Owners Aft Cabin)
6–Aluminum Opening Ports W/Screens
2-Mushroom Type Ventilators
10+ Dock Lines and Misc. Lines
Manual Bilge Pump In Cockpit
1-Propane Tank In Locker, 1-Spare On Stern Rail
220’ 3/8” Chain W/150’ Nylon W/6’ 3/8” Chain, With???
Keel Stepped Mast
Double Set Spreaders
Navtec Hydraulic Backstay (Rebuilt In 2015)
Manual Boom Vang Lead To Cockpit
Harken MK IV, Rollerfurling WNew Rod Headstay (2012)
#2 and #3 Jib
Halyards Led To Cockpit For Safety
Spinnaker Track On Mast
Rod Standing Rigging
11-Self Tailing Lewmar Winches
1-#40 ST At Mast
9- Stoppers (8-In Cockpit, 1-On Davit)
1-Lewmar Main Winch Handle
1-Reefing Winch Handle
2-Misc. Halyards & Complete Sheets & Blocks For Control
Universal 5432 Diesel Engine
Emergency Fuel Shut Off At Tanks
2- S.S. Fuel Tanks, Equaling 100 Gal. Of Diesel
Fresh Water Cooling System
1 1/4” S.S. Shaft
Raycor Fuel Filter
Raw Water Sea Strainer
90 A Alternator
Blamar 614 Regulator
18K Forward Marine Air System Reverse Cycle A/C
12K Aft Marine Air System Reverse Cycle A/C
2-Manual Bilge Pumps
2-Raritan PHII Heads
2-Collapsible 15 Gal Holding Tanks W/”Y” Valves
2-100 Gallon. S.S. Water Tanks, Equaling 200 Gal. Water
“TINACA” is a wonderful liveaboard cruising yacht. Her loving owners are moving ashore, and have decided to place this beautiful yacht on the brokerage market for her next discriminating owner. She is a rare find, in terrific condition & owned by experienced sailors. All manuals, warranties are maintained aboard and will be passed on to her new owner.
The Nelson/Merek Morgan 45’ “is a time proven boat and the 45’ Nelson/Merek Morgan has proven to be the most popular boats over 40’ to cruise and liveaboard.
No comparable boat even comes close to this success.
She is PRICED TO SELL!!!
MOVE QUICKLY!” “TINACA” is a rare find and is well known by the listing broker and one of the original founders of VALIANT YACHTS! CALL HIM TODAY FOR MORE DETAILS.
ALL PERSONAL ITEMS, clothes, spices, food, pots and pans, bedding, tools, cassette tapes, charts, flags, carpets, books, TV and any AND ALL ITEMS NOT SPECIFICALLY LISTED do not convey upon sale! ALL PERSONAL ITEMS and any AND ALL ITEMS NOT SPECIFICALLY LISTED do not convey upon sale.
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