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Shooting Star
50' Morrelli & Melvin 50 2007

$ 987,000

Shooting Star is a Morrelli & Melvin 50' 50 listed for sale with United Yacht Broker Fritz Grell. Fritz can be reached at 1-772-285-9226 to answer any questions you may have on this boat. United Yacht Sales is a professional brokerage firm that has experience listing and selling all types of Catamaran and similar boats. With over 165 yacht brokers worldwide, we have the largest network of boat buyers and sellers in the industry.

50 Ft. Morrelli & Melvin 2007 (Commissioned in 2011)



"Shooting Star" came from the same drawing board as the record-breaking PlayStation 125. Morrelli & Melvin’s mission is to “Design and Engineer fast cool boats” which is certainly apparent aboard the easy to handle, fun to sail "Shooting Star". Her long-range cruising capability is enhanced by her shoal draft and convertible open cockpit to weatherproof bridge deck hardtop enclosure. Commissioned by her original owners in 2011, she was built light, strong and laid out for a couple to sail without crew. The current owner has greatly improved the vessel with many upgrades, additional equipment, full paint and rub rail; the list goes on. "Shooting Star" is ready to take you where ever you want to go and have fun getting there.

Specifications

  • Price: $ 987,000
  • Builder: Morrelli & Melvin
  • Model: 50
  • Location: Stuart, Florida, United States
  • Type: Sail
  • LOA: 50 ft 5 in
  • Display Length: 50 ft
  • Beam: 26' 3"
  • Category: Catamaran
  • Water Capacity: 140 gals
  • Fuel Capacity: 120 gals
  • Engine Details: Yanmar 3YM30
  • Engine 1: 634.00 HRS 30.00 HP
  • Engine 2: 730.00 HRS 30.00 HP
  • Engine Fuel: Diesel

Interior surfaces are Alexseal Snow White for easy to clean, bright and airy cabin spaces. Varnished cherry trim and Lonseal synthetic teak and holly soles provide the finishing touches. Three double berths, convertible double berth and two heads. Espar Airtronic D5LC diesel hot air cabin heaters, Cruiseair air conditioning and heat.


STARBOARD HULL:

  • Forward storage with deck hatch
  • Stateroom with double berth
  • Head compartment, vanity
  • Midship galley
  • L-Shaped convertible dinette aft


PORT HULL:

  • Forward storage with deck hatch
  • Stateroom with double berth
  • Head compartment, vanity and separate enclosed stall shower
  • Master stateroom aft with double berth
  • Synthetic teak and holly sole
  • Double bunk forward with storage locker under
  • Overhead opening hatch, opening port and fan
  • Heating and AC vents
  • Two red/white/blue reading lamps and overhead blue/white lighting
  • Two cabinets with shelving
  • Hanging locker
  • Seat
  • USB charging port
  • Enclosed head compartment with overhead hatch and storage compartment
  • SeaLand Vacuflush freshwater flush toilet with holding tank
  • Stainless steel sink and vanity
  • Galley and dinette aft
  • Synthetic teak and holly sole
  • Double berth forward with storage compartment under
  • Two red/white/blue reading lamps, blue/white overhead lighting
  • Heat and AC vents
  • Overhead opening hatch, opening port, fan
  • Two shelved lockers
  • Hanging locker
  • Seat
  • USB charger port
  • Enclosed head compartment with overhead hatch
  • SeaLand VacuFlush freshwater flush toilet with holding tank
  • Stainless steel sink with vanity
  • Engine and machinery rooms midship
  • Four steps up to bridge deck through sea door and hatch, escape hatch under steps
  • Opening overhead hatch and opening port
  • Overhead blue/white light
  • Carbon monoxide detector
  • Fire extinguisher
  • Counter with storage cabinet; equipment manuals
  • Master stateroom aft, double berth with storage under
  • Large enclosed stall shower
  • Overhead opening hatch, two opening ports, fan
  • Two red/white/blue reading lights, blue/white overhead light
  • Heat and AC vents
  • USB charger port
  • Fire extinguisher
  • Two cabinets with shelving
  • Hanging locker
  • Seat
  • Located midship starboard
  • 13’ Counter outboard with cabinet and drawer storage
  • Shelf and cabinet above counter with under shelf counter lighting
  • Scandvik recessed double stainless steel sink
  • 5’ Counter inboard with cabinet and drawer storage
  • Stainless steel Force 10 three burner gimballed propane stove with oven
  • Trident LP gas control and detection system
  • In cabinet Panasonic Inverter microwave oven
  • 23” x 22” x 17” built in refrigerator/freezer with 5” insulation
  • 24” x 26” x 21” built in refrigerator/freezer with 6” insulation
  • Two Seafrost BDxpxA/W air and water cooled 24 volt refrigeration/freezer units (Dec. 2019)
  • Two overhead hatches, two opening ports, two fans
  • Heating and AC vents
  • Carbon monoxide detector
  • Four steps up to bridge deck through sea door and hatch
  • Escape hatch under steps to bridge


DINETTE:

  • Located aft of galley
  • L-Shaped seating with two leaf convertible dining/chart table
  • Dinette converts to double berth
  • Four red/white/blue dinette lights
  • Weatherproof climate-controlled wheelhouse with removable/opening enclosure and convertible opening hardtop
  • Rainier Windows tinted polycarbonate impact resistant acrylic substrate enclosure panels with glass-like clarity
  • Three forward tinted hard glass windows, two opening with hatch lifts
  • Three Exalto windshield wipers with freshwater wash
  • Eight forward/side removable tinted enclosure windows
  • Port and starboard sliding door to deck enclosure panels
  • Four removable tinted enclosure panels aft
  • Two sliding/opening tinted enclosure panels center aft
  • Three steps up from bridge deck to side decks
  • Four fans
  • Two fire extinguishers
  • Six fixed tinted hardtop windows over helm
  • Three fixed hardtop windows over settee
  • Large opening convertible hardtop aft over settee (2016)
  • Port and starboard Mainship sea doors and hatches to hull companionways
  • Grey synthetic decking
  • Grey mesh sun-screens for overhead windows, forward windows and enclosure
  • Magnet secured sun-screens, no visible fasteners
  • All running rigging led under deck to forward bridge deck control station through sheet stoppers to winches
  • Two Anderson 58 ST two speed electric winches
  • Night dimmed lighting over sheet stoppers and in sheet bag compartment
  • Courtesy lights throughout vessel for night passages
  • Compartmentalized sheet bags under sheet stopper shelf
  • Centerline helm aft of rigging station with navigation display and engine controls
  • Carbon fiber steering wheel may be used forward or aft on helm station
  • Digital sailing/navigation displays in brow over windshield, easily viewed from the helm
  • Upholstered, adjustable rotating helm and companion seats with footrests
  • Port and starboard bench seating with storage under
  • U-Shaped 13’ settee aft with storage under, convertible hardtop over
  • Folding two leaf table at settee
  • Helm and companion seats turn 180 degrees for table use
  • Overhead red/white/blue lighting
  • Designed by Morrelli and Melvin, Newport Beach, CA; built by Catman Cats, Urbanna, VA
  • Airlite foam core
  • Awlgrip paint on deck, non-skid with smooth outline (2018)
  • Awlgrip paint on mast (2018)
  • Awlcraft paint on hull (2018)
  • Rubrail with stainless steel striker (2018)
  • Fiberglass/Kevlar/epoxy outer skin
  • Fiberglass/epoxy inner skin
  • Post cured carbon fiber reinforced bulkheads and ring frames
  • Major systems centralized in hulls to reduce pitching moment
  • Bridle stayed longeron supports headsails and eliminates forward beam
  • Dyneema Spectra standing rigging for light weight and strength
  • 73’7” Hall Spars mast painted 2018
  • 1,440 square foot upwind sail area
  • Mainsail (2017)
  • Jib (2016) on roller furler, self- tacking with traveler
  • Code Zero on continuous line roller furler (2019)
  • Asymmetrical (2019)
  • Storm jib (unused)
  • Vertical lifting rudders from 2’ to 5’ draft; removable with storage covers
  • Vertical lifting dagger boards from 2’ to 7’5” draft
  • Four throwable devices; Six Type 1 life vests
  • Forward and aft fresh and saltwater washdowns
  • 80# Rocna anchor, chain and rode
  • Anchor chute with roller and retrieval line; weight kept amidships, deploys to forward bridle
  • Spare Fortress 55 and rode
  • Fiberglass Lifeline Stanchion
  • Black aluminum cleats
  • Full width transom storage locker
  • Freshwater transom shower
  • Magna grill
  • Two flush mounted rod holders
  • Folding swim ladder under starboard transom dish
  • Watt and Sea Cruising 600 generator mounted on port transom dish
  • Topping lift gentry in boom for launching inflatable
  • 10’6” AB fiberglass hard bottom inflatable (2012)
  • Mercury 20 hp electric start outboard with water separating fuel filter
  • Opening hardtop enclosed bridge deck with 6’3” headroom
  • Center steering pedestal with 48” Lewmar carbon wheel and engine controls
  • 360 degree visibility with enclosure open or closed
  • All sail control lines led under deck aft to inside of the forward bridge deck
  • Two electric winches for control lines, dagger boards and anchor
  • Holland Marine water jet bow thruster; 4” intake, two forward and two aft 2” jets each hull (2014)
  • Infinity INFMR-180 Bluetooth receiver with helm remote
  • Four Polk Audio speakers and two woofers
  • USB power port
  • Sirius XM weather antenna
  • WIFI antenna
  • Simrad AP24 autopilot with remote
  • B&G color display at helm
  • Closed array mast mounted radar antenna
  • Ritchie Powerdamp compass with light
  • Icom VHF Commandmic
  • Single lever Morse engine controls
  • Yanmar engine panels with key switches, tachometers and alarms
  • Water and fuel gauges
  • Victron Energy battery monitor
  • Fuel transfer pump
  • Wiper and thruster controls
  • Two Johnson Pump high water alarms
  • Forward visor B&G digital displays: boat speed, depth, weather, apparent wind angle and speed, multi-function H3000
  • Running lights and tri-color masthead light
  • Steaming light, anchor light, foredeck light, spreader lights, courtesy lights
  • Aft boom light for mainsail trim, reefing or to illuminate aft deck
  • Forward “headlight” spotlight mounted on longeron
  • Two underwater lights
  • Spectra Catalina 300 MK II-Z 12 GPH water maker
  • Two Isotemp water heaters
  • Machinery/electrical room with lighting
  • Four automatic/manual bilge pumps
  • 24 volt system and 50 amp shore power
  • 12 volt converter for electronics and engine starters
  • 50’ and 25’ 50 amp shore power cables
  • Four solar panels on hardtop with Out Back Solar Regulator
  • Watt & Sea Cruising 600 hydro generator with Watt & Sea 600 watt converter
  • Eight group 31 Northstar AGM NSB-AGM31 thruster batteries
  • One Northstar NSB-AGM31 engine starting battery
  • Four Northstar SMS-AGM480 house batteries (2019)
  • Out Back house and engine battery charger
  • Mastervolt 24/30-3 Chargemaster thruster charger
  • Vanner Voltmaster 60 amp 12/24 volt equalizer
  • Guest 60 amp galvanic isolator
  • Two Balmar 130 amp 24 volt engine alternators
  • Machinery room service access to Blue Seas distribution panel
  • Two Polk Audio amplifiers
  • B&G CPU H3000
  • Three 16,000 BTU Cruiseair AC units each with own sea water cooling pump (forward staterooms, aft staterooms, bridge deck)
  • Twin Yanmar 3YM30 marine diesel engines
  • Port engine E08021, 634 hours
  • Starboard engine E08020, 730 hours
  • Cruise/Max Speed is "Under Power", not Sailing
  • ZF 25A-2.7 marine transmissions
  • Racor fuel filters with gauges
  • Engine room lights
  • Automatic engine room blowers
  • Electric fuel pumps
  • New KTI Industries Keenan fuel polishing system
  • Aquamet shafts with dripless shaft seals
  • Counter rotating Flexofold 3 bladed folding props, 7.5” blades
  • Soundown engine room insulation
  • WaterDrop exhaust silencing mufflers
  • Fireboy automatic fire suppression systems
  • Side and top engine room access
  • Two 40 gallon fuel tanks in addition to the two built in 20 gallon fuel tanks

Long range capable and shoal draft allow the "Shooting Star" to travel to places off limits to most boats. Dry weatherproof enclosure or open cockpit sailing provides the best of both worlds.

Engine 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.