Morris Yachts’ M29 is a beautiful and logical evolution of the impressive success of her smaller sister-ships, the M36 daysailer and the M42 weekender. The M29 adheres faithfully to the fundamental philosophy laid down for the M-Series line of modern classics: classic beauty, true ease of handling under sail and under power, and emphasis on the fundamentals of a comfortable sailing experience for all onboard.
Designed by Sparkman & Stephens, the boat is a graceful combination of classic style, the latest in naval architecture and modern boatbuilding materials. While intended for short or single-handed sailing, the M29 has a generous cockpit making her a comfortable platform for sailing with friends. Her Morris Yachts quality construction and finish, together with her S&S design pedigree will guarantee lasting service and value.
Easy to rig, launch, and sail, the M29 can be raced easily by a crew of three. Weight reduction and management were top priorities addressed by 100% resin infusion construction of the hull, deck and all internal structures. The carbon spar and rudder are built from Pre-Preg carbon and cooked in an autoclave. All control systems have been designed for the lowest loads possible so that not only is she a snappy racer, but all ages and skill levels can enjoy her agile and responsive performance.
For more information about this and other Morris Yachts Brokerage listings, please contact Wythe Ingebritson, Brokerage Director, at email@example.com or 207-244-5509.
SURLEY CURLEY III has been used seasonally in Maine since new and stored inside and professionally maintained. She was thoughtfully optioned with desirable options like Raymarine instruments and chartplotter, a marine head with holding tank and cockpit cushions. She is in heated storage with Morris Yachts and is in almost new condition and ready to go.
Hull & Deck
Infused fiberglass composite hull with Vinylester resin throughout and Balsa SB.50 core
Molded integral furniture and internal structure. (IGU)
External modern fin design lead keel with a palm is mounted in a molded hull recess with 316 SS bolts.
Fiberglass engine bed.
Infused fiberglass structural forward bulkhead with chainplate reinforcements.
Core removed in areas of deck hardware and through hull fittings.
Varnished teak toerail.
Custom cast SS bow and stern chocks that integrate with the teak toe rail.
Pull-up cleats at bow and stern.
Optional midship toe rail chocks and folding stainless steel cleats.
Varnished teak eyebrow trim.
Varnished teak dorade boxes with SS cowl vents.
Varnished teak hand rails on the cabin top.
Varnished teak coaming cap.
Custom MY cast SS cockpit drains.
Interior Finish & Layout
The interior fits the boat’s purpose: to be an elegant daysailer with comfortable accommodations for an overnight. The M29’s interior is finished simply with easy to clean and maintain white surfaces balanced with just the right amount of varnished cherry joinery and a teak cabin sole in the “Morris” tradition. When sailing is complete drop the hook, and the port and starboard cockpit seats are perfect for stretching out to read a book, have a picnic or simply enjoy the scenery and company. A small cabin contains full-length port and starboard settees with cushions, satin varnished cherry interior trim, hull sheathing and plenty of forepeak storage space. Below is the perfect place to stow picnics, sail bags and a great place to nap.
Optional Lavac marine head with holding tank in lieu of standard porta-potti. Includes deck pump out option.
Varnished cherry louvered doors mounted in cherry frame between main cabin and forepeak
Forepeak floor grate
Storage shelf above port settee berth
Mesh storage bags on aft bulkhead
Paint & Coatings
Optional "Morris Dark Green" Awlgrip Hull.
Oyster white with light tan non-skid deck.
Cordova gold Awlgrip cove stripe.
Cream boot stripe to match deck.
Black bottom paint.
White gelcoated bilge.
Yanmar 2YM15C x SD Saildrive unit, 2-cylinder, direct-injected, fresh water-cooled marine diesel engine, maximum 14 hp @ 3600 RPM.
Flex-O-Fold folding two blade propeller.
Yanmar instrument panel at the helm, with ignition switch, stop button, tachometer and audible alarms for cooling water high temperature and low oil pressure.
SS Single lever throttle and shift control with neutral safety switch.
Engine box is fitted with Soundown Vinyl/Foam composite noise reduction insulation.
Racor spin on fuel/water separator.
Lifeline AGM battery.
60 Amp/12 VDC alternator with internal regulator for battery charging.
12 VDC distribution panel.
Optional Blue Sea digital voltmeter.
Electronics and Navigation Equipment
Optional Raymarine ST60 instruments for Depth, speed, and wind (two displays mounted in cockpit at fwd bulkhead.)
Optional Raymarine Ray55 VHF radio.
Optional Raymarine e95 Color chart plotter (mounted in cockpit at fwd bulkhead).
Ritchie bulkhead mounted compass
Bicolor bow light with chrome plated brass housing.
Transom stern light with chrome plated brass housing.
Aquasignal steaming light on mast.
Tiller steering with laminated ash tiller.
Forespar tiller extension and tiller lock box.
Carbon fiber/epoxy rudder with carbon fiber rudderpost.
The M29 with tiller steering is designed to be crewed by a single person so sail handling has been engineered for simplicity, reliability and ease of use. All control lines, sheets, and halyards have been led either below deck or along the cabin top within easy reach of the helmsman keeping the side decks clear and safe.
Optional cockpit seat cushions
Instruments, chartplotter and compass mounted on forward bulkhead for easy viewing.
Spars and Rigging
Carbon fiber mast and aluminum boom with Awlgrip Cream finish to match deck.
Fractional rig with swept back spreaders.
Harken mainsail luff track system.
Self-tacking jib on athwartships curved track.
Manual below deck headsail furling unit with furling line led under deck to cockpit.
Standing rigging is 1x19 stainless steel wire rope.
Mechanical vang with Harken block and tackle.
Backstay adjuster with 18:1 purchase led under deck to helm.
Jib sheet with coarse and fine tune adjustment (Jib sheet led under deck to cockpit).
Cunningham led to the cockpit.
Outhaul adjustment on boom.
Sail inventory is by North Sails and includes the following sails:
North Marathon 100 mainsail with two full length battens, two leech battens and single slab reef.
North Quick Cover with lazy jacks.
North Marathon 100 furling Jib with UV protective cover on leach.
Whale Gusher 10 manual bilge pump (helm).
Whale 12-volt bilge pump.
(2) dry chemical fire extinguishers.
Engine compartment “Fire Port”.
11 lb Lewmar Claw anchor, 100’ Yale Brait anchor rode with six feet of chain in storage bag.
Fenders with fleece covers.
Varnished teak flagstaff with ensign.
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.