2006 44.33' Catalina Morgan 440
Brand new upgrades just performed in 2020!
2005 Boat of the Year! A MUST SEE!
3 coats of epoxy
1 coat Red bottom paint
2 coats of Navy Blue bottom paint
New Garmin 8612xsv Chart plotter and Sonar.
New Garmin 18 inch Fantom MotionScope Doppler Radar
New 32 inch TV, Fusion MS-AV755 Receiver and Stereo (centrally connected)
New Dish Receiver
New TV Antennae
Refurbished and inspected standing rigging
MORE UPGRADES LISTED BELOW
This Catalina Morgan 440 is a beautiful example of a cruiser that is in excellent condition and "Ready to Cast Off". This boat has been meticulously maintained and is a MUST SEE if you're looking for a boat that is laid out to serve as a fantastic weekender with lots of family and friends, or a serious couples live aboard. This vessel has an unbelievable amount of stowage throughout the cabins.
The Catalina Morgan was voted the Best Production Cruiser from 40 to 45 Feet in 2005 because it's an interesting and appropriate choice for sailors looking for a roomy, comfortable, and affordable cruising boat. And especially for the more mature crowd, whose members are increasingly challenged by the physical demands of sailing, the 440 offers a host of features specifically designed to keep them sailing longer.
The benefits of a raised deck saloon are the brightness, the visibility, and the enormous space created below the sole for machinery, tankage, and stowage. All equipment and ergonomics were specifically selected and designed for comfort and ease of handling. The aft scoop is wide and low for ease of access from dock or dinghy. All mast control lines are led through rope clutches to a two-speed electric power winch on the cabin top.
The boat features a starboard-side workroom with bench, If you spend serious time aboard, you’ll need a workbench. In good weather you can open the cockpit locker door overhead for light and air.
In the cockpit, where six people can relax together with elbow room for all and shows evidence of devoted detailing. A space between the pedestal and the table makes it easy to cross the boat to reach either jib winch. There are attachment eyes for harnesses (for going to sea), the stern gates retract into the stern rails (for clean coming and going dockside), and the backstay is offset from centerline for the sake of a stern locker above the swim step (ideal for stowing the life raft).
A deep forefoot leads aft to a low-wetted-surface profile with fin keel and a skeg-hung rudder. According to the factory, the rudder is supported by a “massive” lower bearing. A collision bulkhead separates the anchor locker from the interior.
A large folding table with stout handholds protrudes forward from the pedestal. The high coamings create a deep and secure cockpit. The captive washboard companionway hatch can be locked from above and below without having to fit or stow heavy pieces, and lifting the locker lids is assisted by gas springs.
At 31 inches, the lifelines are exceptionally high and have gates to port and starboard. The cabin has handholds that complement the lifelines at the same height. Three-inch bulwarks and an aggressive non-skid surface fit well into this secure layout.
Additional upgrades performed:
New AGM Type D Batteries 2019
New Battery Charger 2019
New Solar Panel 2019
New Fuel Tank 2018
New Bow Thruster 2015
Bottom Painted every year
Polished and Waxed every year
Engine and Generator serviced every year
Refrigeration/Freezer 12v DC
(Dinghy shown in some pictures does not convey)
- ModelMorgan 440
- Model Year2006
- LOA45.92 ft
- Beam14 ft
- Dry Weight25,528 lb
- Engines Total Power75 hp
- Number of Engines1
- Engine BrandYanmar
- Engine Model4JE3
- Engine TypeInboard
- Engine Power75 horsepower
- Engine Fuel Typediesel
- Fresh Water Tanks176 gallon
- Fuel Tanks117 gallon
- Holding Tanks55 gallon
IJPE : 931.00 sq ft
I : 57.83 ft
J : 16.67 ft
P : 50.00 ft
E : 18.00 ft
The 440 combines the rugged offshore features of Morgan with the comfort, ergonomics and style of a Catalina. In order to fully enjoy the view in the 440, the main cabin sole is raised to provide great visibility from the large, wide, cabin windows. All cruisers want speed under sail, easy motion and sure, predictable handling characteristics. The hull form of the 440 is conservative and sea-kindly and designed not to pound when going to weather or powering into seas. Offering the stability of a very low center of gravity, the 440 hull is stiff and comfortable. Representing the ideal cruising shape, the stem is raked to prevent damage when deploying or retrieving the anchor. The additional flare and buoyancy forward means dryer decks.
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.