Nomansland Too – a Monaco 38 by Morgan Giles

A Morgan Giles 38

Built of double diagonal mahogany this is a late nineteen sixties classic with a lovely spacious and light interior. Morgan Giles was prolific, building more than a thousand yachts from the inception of the yard in the nineteen twenties. As Nomansland Too approaches her half century she represents amazing value for money having been refurbished by her vendors over the past few years to a good standard and now bearing modern equipment and navigation systems.

Her twin diesel engines offer economical cruising and the spacious light interior make this an attractive proposition when a boat of a similar size built today in GRP would be costing you around half a million pounds.

The boat is currently ashore in Southern England awaiting a new owner. A recent survey is available and the boat is being sold in unfortunate circumstances due to a recent death. Please ask for more photographs. Call the office to view on 01491 578870.

 

–  Multi-diagonal glued mahogany plywood planking on mixed sawn and laminated rock elm frames

–  Diagonal strengthening straps

–  Transom stern with wrap-round stainless steel corner covers at the stern

–  Epoxy woven cloth sheathing below waterline

–  Wooden rub rail with stainless steel band

–  Full length 1 5/8th wooden skeg 1 ft deep with a keel band attached

–  Bronze rudder blades

–  Teak laid decking secret-fastened over plywood sub-deck with polysulphide seams

–  Pilot house and trunk cabin of painted plywood over teak frames

–  Teak wheelhouse sole

 

Wheelhouse with varnished teak interior

– Helm position to port

– Original Smiths instruments

– Navigation instruments

– Controls for forward, saloon, engine room and aft cabin auto / manual bilge pumps

– Double seat to stbd

– Down teak stepped companionway forward

Main saloon

– Original joinery with discreet drawer and locker stowage, white deck head

– 6 x Deck head lights

– 3 x Reading lights

– Dining table seating for 6 offset to port

– Wide settee berth with pull out double berth

– Small single berth stbd

– Stowage under

 

Forward cabin

– 2 x Wide Vee berths

– Stowage under

– 2 x Opening ports

– 2 x Reading lights

– Hatch to foredeck

– Access to chain locker fwd

 

Aft through saloon to Main head stbd side

– Jabsco electric WC

– Washbasin

– Shower with electric shower tray pump

 

Galley to the right on port side

– ENO 3 burner gas hob, oven and grill

– Waeco Coolmatic CR-0080 front loading fridge with freezer compartment

– Stainless steel sink with mixer tap

– 240 V sockets

– Cupboards, drawers and pan drawer

 

Up companionway through wheelhouse and down steps aft

 

Owners cabin

– 2 Wide berths

– 3 x Opening ports

– 3 x Reading lights and 1 x deck head light

 

Head compartment en suite forward on port side by companionway

– Jabsco manual WC

– Washbasin with hot and cold taps

 

Deck Layout Equipment and Ground Tackle

 

From aft

– New stainless steel bathing platform with teak slats and drop down bathing ladder

– Clips to secure dinghy on bathing platform for sea passage

– Wooden top rail forming taffrail

– Wooden hatch over lazarette for tender and outboard stowage

– Chromed fairleads and mooring cleats

– Varnished teak cover board

– Large aft cockpit with varnished cap rail

– Wheel house

– Stainless steel stanchions and guardrails fwd with access points abreast of wheelhouse

– Stainless steel stub mast on the pilothouse for the radar scanner

– Wooden signal mast for anemometer, navigation lights etc

– Sliding windows in alloy frames

– Stainless steel hand rails

– Stainless steel mushroom vent aft port over the galley

– Windscreen wipers with freshwater wash system

– Chromed bronze hinged fore-hatch 18 with longitudinal struts

– Lewmar V2 windlass with wheelhouse, deck and wireless controllers and rode-counter

– Stainless steel pulpit

– Delta Fortress anchor; stainless steel 8 mm chain on bow roller and galvanised chain

– Stainless steel striking plate at the top of the stem

– Spare anchor

– Deck wash system

– Warps, fenders, various engine spares etc

– Covers to front and side elevations of the wheel house and trunk cabin

 

Mechanical Electrical and Tankage

 

– Twin 145 HP Perkins T6354 6 cylinder marine diesel engines; fully reconditioned

– Modern turbochargers

– Separate fuel filters

– 2 x Stainless steel prop shafts

– 2 x 3 bladed 24 inch / 60 cm bronze propellers

– Cutlass bearings on P brackets

– Morse controls at helm position

– Power/starter key, oil pressure alarm, gauge voltmeter and warning lights at helm

– Belt driven alternator

– Wheel steering connected with chain bevels and rods to two twin bronze rudders

– Paguro 3000 generator with silent exhaust water separator

– 24 V Electric system

– 2 x 12 V Engine start battery

– 2 x Double sized 12 V Domestic batteries new

– 1 x 12 V Battery for generator

– Victron Phoenix battery charger new

– Pressurised domestic hot water system from engine calorifier

– Immersion heater

– 240 V mains supply and distribution from shore power or generator

– Total c 150 gallons fuel in 2 tanks

– Fresh water tank c 50 gallons; deck filler

– 2 x Gas bottles in locker stbd of wheel house

Navigation, Communications and Electronics

– Electronic compass

– Raymarine C120 Chart plotter integrated system including

– Radar with MARPA

– Fishfinder

– AIS system

– Marionics Gold 28 G electronic chart covering

– UK (Camel to the Wash)

– Northern France

– English Channel and up to Amsterdam

– ST60 Speed, wind, depth

– Ray 240E VHF radio with DSC

– Raymarine ST6002 Smart Pilot controller driving Bendix autopilot

– Lopolight LED navigation lights

– Alpine radio and CD player with iPod / iPhone connector

 Safety

– Plastimo Cruiser 6 person life raft

– 4 x Bilge pumps

– Twin horns

– Original chromed spotlight

– 2 x automatic systems 1 kg each in the engine compartment

– 1 x 2 kg ABC powder

– 1 x 21A 113B 4 kg

– 1 x 1kg ABC powder

– Fire blanket

 

These particulars have been prepared from information provided by the vendors and are intended as a general guide. The purchaser should confirm details of concern to them by survey or engineers inspection. The purchaser should also ensure that the purchase contract properly reflects their concerns and specifies details on which they wish to rely.