Additional Boat Details
Sails and Rigging.
Keel stepped Aluminum mast and boom.
Mainsail – North Sail with 3 line of reefs (2012) in excellent condition.
Stack pack style mainsail cover with Lazy Jack system.
125% Genoa with Sunbrella sun guard (2012) excellent condition.
Harken roller furling.
3 Lewmar self-tailing winches.
2 additional winches for spinnaker operation.
3 winches on mast for halyards and toping-lifts operation.
Storm staysail with own track on mast (2012) in excellent condition.
Radial spinnaker with sock and pole (2012) in excellent condition.
Newer running rigging.
Folding mast steps all away to the top.
Hull and Deck.
Topsides were gel coated in 2008.
Bottom was recently painted.
Barrier coat: thoroughly dried then 7 coats West System epoxy (2012).
Stainless steel handrails and Aluminum toe rails.
Simpson – Lawrence Sea Tiger mechanical windlass (rebuilt in 2009).
Delta 44 Steel plow anchor with 100’ of galv. Chain and 200’ of ¾” rope.
Fortress Aluminum anchor with 30’ of chain and 200’ of 5/8” rope.
Johnson 9.9HP outboard engine.
Live lines replaced in 2009.
Large “Destroyer” style helm wheel.
Set of fenders and docking lines.
Life sling (jack-line) on each board.
Lazaret on very aft for docking ropes, fenders etc.
Shore power receptacles for 120V and 220V (European type).
Shore power cables for both types.
SSB Radio.AM/FM/CD tuner with 2 cabin speakers.
Link 10 controller (electrical system health monitor).
Two Gel-mat start batteries (2017).
Two Gel-mat house batteries (2017).
3 Kyocera 125 W and 1 1.45 W solar panels on custom Aluminum arch.
Solar panel voltage regulator – charger.
Second 250W alternator on engine pulley.
LED lighting throughout.
Garmin 3-D Color 18” monitor (2012).
Garmin 3-d color radar antenna (2012).
Garmin wind instruments (2012).
Knot meter and Depth sounder.
Navigation remote station next to master bed.
Charging 12V receptacles.
2 bilge pumps.
2 shower drainage pumps in heads.
Fresh water pump (2018).
Power - 44 HP.
Fuel - diesel.
Manufacturer – Yanmar.
Model – 4JHE.
Year built – 1988.
Fresh water -2 tanks, combine capacity – 155 Gal.
Fuel – 2 tanks, combine capacity – 90 Gal.
Holding tank – 18 gal.
Headroom – 6’ 4”
One V-berth in forward state cabin with private door to forward head.
Main salon with settee on both boards (new cushions in 2018) and drop-leaf table in the center hugging the bottom part of the mast.
Holly cabin sole. Navigation table on port with pilot chair. U-shaped galley on starboard with Refrigerator/freezer, 3-burner gas stove with backing compartment and double sink with freshwater pump and outboard water options. Lots of storage space for cooking supplies and copperware.
Aft cabin has Queen size bed, lot of storage space and shelfing, master head has siting tub with shower, water closet (manual) and sink.
12 side illuminators and 8 top hatches.
Dodger and Bimini.
Cockpit folding table.
3-blade feathering propeller.
Spare 3-blade fix propeller.
Anchor roller on the bow.
CQR 60LB hurricane anchor with 300’of ¾” rope. (used twice).
Dripless shaft seal (2012).
Lariella is a textbook example of the much acclaimed CSY/Catalina/Morgan 44. The Morgan 44 is a sleek and swift cruising yacht designed to reward the experienced as well as novice sailor with outstanding performance while keeping the ships company safe in comfort and style.
Center cockpit design allows for safe ride through any storm (proven by personal experience).
Aft deck that is large enough to accommodate fishing activities or deck chairs so you can enjoy a sunset after a rewarding day of sailing. Center cockpit is large capacity with a dual seating arrangement to provide excellent visibility in an atmosphere of comfort and safety. Dodger and Bimini, protects you from weather. The interior layout ensures privacy for the owner and guests. For-deck is large to keep dinghy on it and work with spinnaker and/or ground tackle.
Lariella is well maintained and loved. She is ready for her new owners to step aboard and continue the sailing legacy by loving her as the current owners have done for several years taking voyages to Europe and locally.