ARGO is a 1983 Morgan 46' 462 listed for sale with United Yacht Broker Harry Pasquier. Harry can be reached at 1-617-962-8931 to answer any questions you may have on this boat. United Yacht Sales is a professional yacht brokerage firm that has experience listing and selling all types of Morgan Yachts and similar boats. With over 250 yacht brokers worldwide, we have the largest network of boat buyers and sellers in the industry.
46' Morgan 462 1983
She is for sale as owner's cruising plans are complete.
1983 Morgan 462
European VAT & All Taxes Paid
Valuable Slip in Menorca, Balearic Islands Available to New Owner
New Listing--having made trans-Atlantic crossing twice, then shipped back to Spanish Balearic Islands. Mediterranean cruising again. Complete with full electronics including autopilot, radar, awi, depth and speed. Roller furling jib. Bimini and dodger. This is a long time knowledgeable owner yacht, maintained in yacht condition with equipment for offshore cruising and island hopping with complete autonomy and security. She is for sale as owner's cruising plans are complete.
"ARGO" has cruised the US East Coast, Caribbean Sea and the Spanish to North African Mediterranean coast for many years. She returned trans-Atlantic on her own bottom ten years ago for cruising in Florida and the Bahamas. Owner decided to ship back to Spain since his retirement. He leaves behind a large inventory of spare parts, filters and tools, so she is ready to continue cruising.
"ARGO" now lying Menorca after a sailing sabbatical to the Balearic Islands of Spain. She is US built, USA flagged, Europe VAT paid. Her slip is available to buyer. Her new owner will have a trans Med, trans Atlantic cruise ready yacht that is also a home away from home in the south of Europe. American or other buyer can purchase this yacht TAX PAID (a value of at least $40,000 and $40,000 transat shipping free) and keep US Flag and arrange for current slip in Menorca. Contact Listing Broker to arrange a showing.
Accommodations, Furnishings and Layout:
Sleeps 10 in two double staterooms and passageway cabin; the dinette to starboard and settee/berth to port converts to double. The master stateroom is aft, featuring a queen berth with v-berth extensions for offshore crew, and en-suite head. The forward stateroom features v-berths with filler convertible to double berth. The interior reflects beautiful Teak trim and veneered bulkheads. The U-Shaped galley puts the chef always in the middle of entertaining or sailing. The owners' stateroom has the ensuite head forward with separate bath tub and shower. The large salon features U-Shaped dinette to starboard and settee to port. Navigation station is next to port with the galley across to starboard. The passageway cabin between main salon and aft cabin features upper and lower v-berths complete with lee cloths. There is a private door for aft cabin access. This cabins have good stowage and lockers. This boat has the beautiful Teak interior Morgan was known for.
Galley and Laundry:
Well laid out U-Shaped galley to starboard as you enter from the cockpit. Mika counters with storage lockers over with refrigerator and separate deep freezer, gas stove/oven, hot and cold pressure water, double SS sinks. The chef will enjoy great access to crew in salon or cockpit while cooking with plenty of light and fresh air.
Electronics and Navigation Equipment:
Deck Equipment and Hull:
Anchors (3); one 66 lb. Bruce type with 200 ft. 5/16 chain rode, one SS CQR 60 lb. with chain and rope rode bowerers, one Danforth stern anchor with rope and chain rode, SS stanchions with double lifelines, gates Port and Starboard, SS destroyer wheel, emergency tiller, white hull, walk around sidedecks, fenders and docklines, US Coast Guard safety package, life jackets, horseshoe life ring, swim ladder, navigation, cockpit, and deck lights, Long fin keel and skeg hung rudder. Topsides polyurethane painted 2014 at local boatyard in good condition and decks freshly painted this year.
Sails and Rigging:
Cruise equipped ketch rig with SS wire standing rigging and aluminum mast stepped on keel with fore and aft lowers, single speaders, battened mainsail, dacron roller furling jib, 7 Lewmar winches.
12-Volt DC system with house and start batteries, 12-volt circuit panel with voltmeter, ammeter; 120/240-volt AC system with circuit breaker panel, voltmeter and shore power cables, 40A converter, batteries, large house bank and start bank. Main engine alternator with charge distributor. With her power transformers, she can connect to any shorepower world wide.
Mechanical Equipment and Engine Details:
65-hp Perkins 4.154 diesel engine with shaft drive, 4,000 hours estimated, fresh water cooling, bronze wheel, raw water sea strainer and engine shut off; manual and automatic bilge pumps; manual fire extinguishers; propane solenoid switch; marine heads with holding tank, hydraulic steering, destroyer wheel. Minor engine overhaul 2017 prior to transat including fuel injectors cleaned, compression checked, new fuel pump.
Engine and generator hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.