Pilgrim Specs


1980 Morgan 382

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


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

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). 

  • 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
  • 2016 new coolant pump for Perkins
  • 2018 new starter for Perkins

  • 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).
  • Five anchors; 35# Delta, 44# Rocna 45# Mantus 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

  • Replaced all wire stays except inner forestay (2018) 
  • New terminals – Hayn Hi Mods at deck, swaged aloft (2018)
  • Nine turnbuckles replaced (2018)
  • 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, 2018). 
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).

  • All new bimini, dodger, connector, sail cover(2008).
  • Monitor windvane with spare parts
  • 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
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).
  • On demand tankless hot water for pressurized shower (2018)


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



4 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


  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.


  3. Lydia Swann says:

    I am in Hilo, arrived from San Francisco a couple of days ago on a Swan 47 and am looking for another boat for the next part of my adventure. Are you still in Hilo? Would be good to meet up and hear about your plans


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