Morgan 382 1979

Port Orchard 



Morgan 382 starboard bow




Morgan 382 starboard bow


The Morgan 382 is a go any where sailboat. They're fast, comfortable and well built. This 382 is well equipped and ready for some great adventures cruising the Puget Sound, San Juan Islands, or heading off into the Pacific Ocean.


Morgan 382

LOA: 38.33 ft

LWL: 30.50 ft

Beam: 12 ft

Displacement: 17,000 lb

Draft: 6'

Ballast: 6,800 lb Lead

Designer: Ted Brewer

Fuel: 40 gals

Water: 55 gals



V- berth forward with access to the head, storage and hanging lockers: head compartment is to port aft of the v berth, with a separate stall shower with a seat.
Moving aft in the main salon is an L-shaped dinette to port which converts to a double berth and has shelf space outboard. There is a pilot sea berth and settee berth to starboard.
The galley is to port with a 3 burner propane stove and oven, 8 1/2cu ft. refrigerator 2 deep sinks near the centerline and an abundance of storage. The nav station is to starboard with a double quarterberth aft. the wet locker is close to the companionway.


  • Clockand barometer

  • oil lamps

  • cabin fans

  • ships bell


  • Refrigeration

  • 3 burner Propane stove/oven

  • 2 speed galley exhaust fan

  • Diesel cabin heat



  • Autopilot

  • GPS

  • Chartplotter

  • Sonar/fishfinder

  • Raytheon Radar

  • VHF

  • AM FM stereo and 4 speakers

  • 5 Diehard 675 CCA Batteries

  • Battery charger

  • Invertor, 75w Solar Panel




  • Yanmar 3QM30 reduction 3000 hrs

  • 3 blade Bronze

  • 6 gal Water heater w/ 110v

  • Electric and manual bilge pumps



Sails/ Rigging
Aluminum spar and boom with Imron finish

  • Roller Furling Headsail

  • Main with 2 reefs

  • Spinnaker

  • Spinnaker pole

  • 7 winches



Deck / Hardware
New Wavestopper hard dodger with removable side curtains 2002


  • Electric windlass

  • 2 anchors and rode

  • Dinghy Davits