Our wonderful sailboat DREAMTIME is for sale. As with many of our other cruising friends, we have gotten to the point
where after 20 years of cruising and boat ownership we are finding our energy levels have waned as we have begun to
approach the big 70. Therefore, a new Captain and Crew are needed to keep Dreamtime afloat and sailing on the wide
Everyone says they are selling for health reasons - it may sound like a "crock" but sadly when you get to be our age
health issues do crop up. We have priced Dreamtime at about half off, (based upon her systems, care and upkeep). We
think it's a very fair price and are looking for a simple, smooth transition back to land..
She's a stout boat built in 1976 with a solid fiberglass hull, an encapsulated modified full keel, keel-hung rudder and a
keel-stepped mast. She has a 4' draft and a very large and comfortable cockpit. As she is a flush deck vs. a raised cabin
she has 6'4" of headroom below and has a very roomy salon. She is an excellent liveaboard cruising boat. We bought her
in 1996 from a couple who lived aboard for 10 yrs, and we lived aboard for nearly 10 years and are now part time.
Our website contains many project details, inside and out, and demonstrates the amount of care we have taken with her
over the years. In addition, our travel logs show just how widely traveled she's been.
Dreamtime is not your average Morgan 33 OI. She was factory upgraded with a Boom Gallows, and teak interior and
then continually upgraded by the owners. This list is not inclusive of all the great features, and _yes_ we have lots of
spares too. She is offered as a turnkey vessel, all dishes (Corelle), pots and pans, linens etc. included.
- Kubota 37hp engine with 3200 hrs
- 10' Carib dinghy with 9.8 Tohatsu 2-stroke engine
- Dinghy Davits with Cam Cleats
- Honda 2000i generator
- Village MarineTek Little Wonder Watermaker
- Chartplotter/Depth Sounder
- Fully-battened Main Sail w/Mack Pack & Lazy Jacks,
Pro-furl Roller Furler Head Sail, Asymmetrical Spinnaker, Stay Sail, Tri-Sail and Storm Staysail. Solent-rigged.
- 2 readily deployable anchors on Bow Rollers;
50lb Stainless Steel CQR-style Anchor with 130' chain and spliced 100' rope rode
Fortress FX-23 with 30' chain and 150' rope rode.
-Lewmar 316ss Vertical Reversible Windlass with bow and cockpit controls
- 2 Battery Chargers and 1500Wt Inverter readily handling 220/110v, 50/60Hz shore power
- 500 Amp Hour Battery Bank
- Raw water deck wash/anchor rinse pump & hose
- Clean Interior with Oak Slats covering the Hull Surfaces, LED Lighting and Fans throughout, tons of storage
- Raised Teak Hatch box with Dorades
- Teak Deck Box for handy foredeck storage
- 3 burner stove and working oven
- Fully functional Head/Shower with Lavac toilet, electric or manual pump, custom holding tank system with on-deck
pumpout fitting, manual pumpout via a Gusher pump as well as appropriate Y-valves for compliance. Head also has a
shower sump with automatic pump system.
- 1" 3-strand Storm Dock Lines (4) with Metal thimble eye splices.
- Jerry jug board with propane tank holder, Fender board
- 2 rail-mounted 11# Aluminum propane tanks and 20# Aluminum propane tank w/jerry jug mount
- Bilges are painted with white Awlgrip and are Dry
- Port and Starboard settees are 6'6" and are equipped with Lee Cloths
- Queen size V-Berth is 6'10"wide by 6'4" long
- Sailrite LZ-1Sewing Machine
- Surface Dive 12 vt Dual Hooka
- Tonneau Cover for cockpit area during storage on the off-season
-and much more
Upgraded dining table shown left in it's daily configuration (has naugahyde cover) and wide open for guests.
|1976 Morgan Out Island 33'
|Left shows ICOM 801 SSB, and Uniden VHF radio, Teak/Stainless Outboard Motor Mount, and anchor locker
showing primary and secondary rodes segregated by ventilated crating material.
At anchor summer '16 in the Lagoon - St. Martin
|"Inside every Morgan 33 OI you will find a 38' sailboat"
- Charlie Morgan
|P.O.A. - Currently cruising in the USVI and Puerto Rico.
$15,000 Firm, for a quick sale.
Our website has multiple pages which contain further details.
Foredeck Teak getting Maintenance coats of Cetol Gloss before Sunbrella
Covers go on. And to the right, all covered up, including the Tonneau cover
over the cockpit coaming area now that the dodger is off.
After Dodger is removed the Tonneau Cover is deployed for summer storage, left pic looking forward, right looking aft.
Stern looking forward into cockpit
|Galley Layout, now has different stove than shown. To the right 15 yrs later still looks great and even has
a small wine glass rack now. Below our plates and knives holder and the plating station in use.
|Example of Oak Ventilation Slats/Storage
system in the V-Berth when empty.
|EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org for further questions.
Port side of the salon, lots of books and updated upholstery. Plating station up in left pic.
Both port and starboard settees have storage below and behind - huge amounts!
|Left pic shows step up into v-berth plus hanging lockers, right shows how we've adapted the space for our use.
Overhead stowage can be used for fishing rods but we use it for fabric storage, (and Linda likes her pillows ;> )
|The head. Toilet can be flushed using fresh water (if at a
dock) or raw water when anchored out.
|The quarterberth, with tool bins storage, epirb mounted on side of navigation locker, a platform for the spinnaker,
and Little Wonder water maker.