|Length||Make / Model||Year||Price||Location|
|51′||Morris Yachts Apogee 50, MA||2004||$649,000||MA, United States|
|46′||Morris Yachts Ocean Series 46, Bass Harbor, ME||2001||$519,000||Bass Harbor, ME|
|46′||Morris Yachts Ocean Series 46, Bass Harbor, ME||1998||$454,000||Bass Harbor, ME|
|36′||Morris M-36, Marina Del Rey, CA||2008||$398,000||Marina Del Rey, CA|
In 1972, Tom Morris opened the doors for the Morris Yacht Company. The family runs business works in conjunction with the design firms of C.W. Paine and Sparkman & Stephens to create mid-range sailing and power yachts. Among the 16 sailing yachts listed in the Morris portfolio is the Morris M36 Daysailer. An article for Yacht Magazine described the Morris M36 as a boat with a shallow underbody, large rudder and racy fin keel with ballast bulb. The interior includes a 12-volt refrigerator and Tacktick instruments. Everything you need for a simple day of sailing. For longer trips, the Morris 51 is a high-speed, offshore cruiser with accessible class interior and white New England Style bulkheads. Also in the Morris line, you find two power yachts. The Liberty 44 is a 43-footer with Yanmar 480 hp diesels engines, a large forward cabin with centerline double berth, U-shaped dinette, a full-length settee and fiberglass hull. One owner claims the inside, while not made for dockside cocktail parties, will work for a crew spending several days at sea. Pricing for the Morris M36 new and before options at $289,000. Morris offers a brokerage service with pre-owned yachts, pricing averages around $650,000. Some units sell for as little as $250,000.
Morris Yachts remain one of the best American sailing boats you can buy when you are looking for superb workmanship, performance and grace afloat.
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