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The "Out island 41 is the most popular centercockpit ever built. The first couple hundred were built for the Caribbean charter trade ( and did not have a walk-thru to the aft cabin because they were designed to be chartered to two couples.
Then when US sailing market discovered the Out Island the dealers told Morgan they wanted a walk-thru to the aft cabin S in 1975 Morgan introduced the 415 version of the boat.
This one has the ketch rig which makes here a lot easier to manage.
Forget about having to reef the mainsail. Just drop it and sail with the mizzen and headsail.
Hot & cold pressure water supplied to the sink
Ice chest is refrigerated with a 12 volt Adler barbour system
Cooking is done with a 3 burner propane stove w/ an oven
12 volt system with 4 batteries charged by an alternator on the Perkins diesel and a 120volt shore power charger
Numerous 120 volt receptacles for 120 volt appliances
Robertson auto pilot
Datamarine speed, depth and wind direction
6" Richie compass
Roller furling headsail
hank on working jib
Mizzen sail w/ cover
Dodger and bimini ( 3 years old )