Pilgrim Specs

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1980 Morgan 382

Dimensions
LOA: 38 ft 4 in
Beam: 12 ft 0 in
LWL: 30 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 0 in
Displacement: 17000 lbs
Ballast: 6800 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 50 ft 6 in
Headroom: 6 ft 2 in

Upgraded 383/384 type rudder

Engines

Engine Model: Perkins 4-108
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 50 HP

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: (100 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (40 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (25 Gallons)

Ships Bottom

  • Bottom peeled, prepped and five coats of Pettit barrier coat applied(2006). 
Mechanical

  • Trans Atlantic Diesel re-manufacturd Perkins 4-108 diesel, including all hoses, muffler stand and muffler, etc. (2008 install)
  • Racor fuel filter with vacuum gauge.
  • Oil change pump.
  • Raw water strainer.
  • 2008 motor mounts.
  • 2008 shaft log and packing gland.
  • 2008 instrument panel.
  • 2015 Ultima switch for 2011 Rule bilge pump
  • 2015 secondary Rule bilge pump
Galley

  • Force-10 LPG two burner stove w/ oven.
  • S/S sink cold water on demand.
  • Engel refrigeration
Electrical Systems

  • Installed new Xantrex battery charger(2014).
  • 12-volt electrical system.
  • AmplePower 130 amp alternator w/ external smart charger.
  • 2015 Trojan T 105’s (4 x 6V=440 amp bank)
  • 2011 Rolls AGM (2 x 6V)
Ground Tackle

  • 12-volt Maxwell vertical windlass(2011).
  • Four anchors; 35# Delta, 44# Rocna and two Fortress FX 16’s).
  • 250′ of 5/16 high test anchor chain (2011).
  • 250’ New England Ropes plaited anchor line plus 20′ 5/16 high test chain(2011).
Sails and Rigging

  • Standing rig replaced(2006).
  • Replaced all chainplates, stem fitting and bolts (2013).
  • Installed chainplate for staysail(2013).
  • Installed mast fittings for staysail and running backstays(2011).
  • Installed stay for Mack Sails “working jib”(2011).
  • Mack Sails custom made working jib and storm jib with removable stay(2011).
  • Brand new running rigging & mast clutches(2011). 
Electronics & Navigation

  • Raymarine below deck auto pilot(2008).
  • USB car stereo (2015)).
  • Standard Horizon VHF with AIS and GPS receiver (2015)
  • Raymarine Depth(2014).
  • Rebuilt Edson steering(2011). 
  • Garmin chart plotter (2011).
Decks

  • All new bimini, dodger, connector, sail cover(2008).
  • Magma gas bar-b-que
  • Achilles 10’ inflatable (2011) w/ Suzuki 2 hp, 2 stroke outboard.
  • Seahopper folding hard dinghy with sail rig
  • Tandem HDPE kayak
  • Painted decks and Cabin with Alex Seal(2009).
  • New bow pulpit(2013).
  • 4 x 100watts Solar with Morningstar controller
  • Montior  Windvane
Interior Upgrades

  • Brand new Lewmar Ocean 60 series hatches(2008).
  • Installed 10” Lewmar hatch in head(2008).
  • Raritan head and plumbing(2012).
  • Installed shower drain plumbing and drain pump(2013).

Safety

  • Viking Coastal Liferaft six person. (new in 2015)
  • Iridium 9555 Satellite phone
  • 406 EPIRB (new in 2015)
  • Two subermisble ICOM VHF radios
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2 Responses to Pilgrim Specs

  1. Michael Tanner says:

    hi – would like to travel with you from martinique or st. lucia to cartagena. i just arrived at marigot bay, st. lucia after having crossed the atlantic on a catamaran (lagoon 421). my profile is also on oceancrewlink. do you know, when will you be around here? (st. lucia or martinique)

    i would be happy to hear from you.
    best wishes, michael

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  2. Nina Miller says:

    Hello I am very interested in coming on board with you. My name is Nina and I am a fit 25 yow with little sailing experience but i am a hard worker and fast learner, i speak spanish and english. I am ready to depart now, i am a minimalist who has traveled alone in Patagonia and guatemala.

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