Altair is a beautiful example of the M29 and is for sale by her original owner who has enjoyed sailing her in San Francisco Bay. The M29 adheres faithfully to the fundamental philosophy laid down for the M-Series line of modern classics: traditional beauty, true ease of handling under sail and under power, and emphasis on the fundamentals of a comfortable sailing experience for all onboard. Simple and rewarding for one person to sail, beautiful to look at and in excellent condition, ALTAIR is one of the newest M29 on the market and is ready to go for her next owner.
Specializing in Morris/Hinckley Boat Sales, please call me, WYTHE INGEBRITSON: Cell: 207-664-8111 Office: 207-401-2802 or E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on Morris new and used sailboats and brokerage Hinckley power or sailboats.
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Please contact Wythe Ingebritson at 207-664-8111 or 207-401-2802
Tilleggsinformasjon, tilbehør og utstyr:
Bygger: Morris Yachts
Designer: Sparkman & Stephens
Flaggstat: United States
Kjøl: pære kjøl
LOA: 29 ft 2 in
Bom: 7 ft 4 in
LWL: 20 ft 10 in
Maksimum Kjøldybde: 4 ft 6 in
Avvik: 5230 lbs Halv Last
Ballast: 1958 lbs
Klarering til bro: 44 ft 8 in
Fri høyde: 4 ft 1 in
Antall enkeltkøyer: 2
Antall kabiner: 1
Antall toalett: 1
Elektrisk krets: 12V
ALTAIR is set up to sailed single handed within minutes of getting aboard. All sail control lines are led back to the cockpit and are engineered to eliminate the need for winches, simplifying the sailing experience. While her traditional beauty and heirloom quality craftsmanship brings pride of ownership, her modern underbody and rig bring joy on the water.
Hull and Deck Construction
Infused fiberglass composite hull with Vinylester resin throughout and Balsa SB.50 core.
Molded integral furniture and internal structure. (IGU)
External modern fin design lead keel with a palm and is mounted in a molded hull recess with 316 SS bolts.
Fiberglass engine bed integral with IGU.
Infused fiberglass structural forward bulkhead with chainplate reinforcements.
Infused fiberglass composite deck with Vinylester resin throughout and Balsa SB.50 core
Core removed in areas of deck hardware and through hull fittings.
Deck Gelcoat: Oyster White with light Tan non-skid
Hull topsides: Awlgrip Flag Blue
Cove stripe: Awlgrip Cordova Gold
Boot top stripe: Awlgrip Cream to match deck
Bottom paint: Red
Sailing hardware is Harken
Fiberglass sail locker hatch
Fiberglass tiller cover hatch
Varnished teak toe rail
Custom cast SS bow and stern chocks that integrate beautifully with the teak toe rail
Optional port and starboard SS midship toe rail closed chocks and (2) 4” SS folding deck cleats.
(1) SS 8” Pull-Up cleat at the bow
(1) SS 8” fixed mooring cleat on the stern deck
Varnished teak eyebrow trim
Varnished teak dorade boxes with SS cowl vents
Varnished teak hand rails on cabin top
Varnished teak coaming cap
Varnished teak flag staff & US Flag
Custom MY cast SS cockpit drains
The M29 with tiller steering is designed to be crewed by a single person so sail handling has been engineered for simplicity, reliability and ease of use. All control lines, sheets, and halyards have been led either below deck or along the cabin top within easy reach of the helmsman keeping the side decks clear and safe.
Teak decking on cockpit sole and cockpit seats
SS Winchard SS folding padeye for a safety harness.
Cockpit seat cushions upholstered in Sunbrella “Brass”)
Raymarine instruments and compass mounted in cabin bulkhead for easy visibility
Winch pockets port and starboard have rope clutches and lines for jib furler, jib sheet (coarse and fine tune), backstay, spinnaker sheets
Rope clutches on cabin top for main halyard, main reef, Cunningham and vang
Smoked Lexan drop boards with storage bag
Two part Lexan sliding companionway cover with seahood
The M29’s interior is finished simply with easy to clean and maintain white surfaces balanced with just the right amount of varnished cherry joinery and a teak cabin sole in the “Morris” tradition.
A small cabin contains full-length port and starboard settees with cushions, satin varnished cherry interior trim, hull sheathing and plenty of forepeak storage space. A marine head is concealed under the forward section of settee and varnished louvered cherry doors separate the cabin from the forepeak storage area. Below is the perfect place to stow picnics, sail bags and a great place to nap.
Varnished cabin sole and companionway steps (top step hinged for daily access to engine).
Pair of varnished cherry trip rings with screens on cabin overhead to cover dorade vent openings.
Varnished cherry forepeak access doors with cherry frame.
Optional forepeak floor grate.
(2) Optional “Auckland” LED reading lights about settees.
Settee cushions upholstered in Sunbrella “Brass
Yanmar 2YM15C x SD saildrive unit, 2-cylinder, direct-injected, fresh water –cooled marine diesel engine, maximum 14 Hp @ 3600 RPM.
Flex-O-Fold folding two blade propeller.
Yanmar instrument panel at the helm, with ignition switch, stop button, tachometer and audible alarms for cooling water high temperature and low oil pressure.
SS Single lever throttle and shift control.
Engine box is fitted with Soundown Vinyl/Foam composite noise reduction insulation.
(1) Racor model #215 spin-on fuel/water separator
(1) 8-gallon fuel tank w/deck filler cap
(1) Fuel gauge
Whale Gusher 10 manual bilge pump located near helm in cockpit
Whale Gulper IC electric bilge pump with water sensor control
Lavac Marine toilet with 10 gallon holding tank and deck pumpout
Tiller steering with laminated teak tiller
Forespar tiller extension and tiller lock box
Carbon fiber/epoxy rudder with carbon fiber rudderpost and (2) self-aligning rudder bearings
(1) Marine group 27 / 100 Amp-hour AGM battery
(1) Yanmar 60 Amp / 12 VDC alternator with internal regulator for battery charging.
(1) 12 VDC distribution panel
Blue Seas digital battery volt meter
(1) 12 Volt outlet
Electronics and Navigation
Raymarine e7 multifunction 7” GPS/Chartplotter
Raymarine i70 multi instrument displays for wind, speed and depth
Ritchie Venture bulkhead mounted compass
(1) Perko bicolor bow light with chrome plated brass housing.
(1) Perko transom stern light with chrome plated brass housing
(1) Aquasignal steaming light on mast
Spars and Rigging
Carbon fiber mast and aluminum boom with Awlgrip finish
Fractional rig with swept back spreaders
Harken mainsail luff track system
Self-tacking jib on athwarships curved track
Harken manual headsail furling unit
Mast and deck hardware installed for future addition of gennaker
Upgraded standard running rigging with Marlow performance rope.
Upgraded spinlock cam cleats
Hall A-12 mechanical vang with Harken block and tackle
Backstay adjuster with 18:1 purchase led to helm
Jib sheet with coarse and fine tune adjustment
Cunningham with block and tackle at mast
Outhaul adjustment on boom
North NorDac mainsail with a single reef point (reef line runs back to cockpit)
North NorDac jib with UV protective shield.
Canvas mainsail cover with Lazy Jacks
(4) 6” x 15” ribbed fenders with polar fleece covers and lines.
(2) Kidde Mariner 110 portable dry chemical fire extinguisher located in the accommodation
Engine compartment “Fire Port”
Varnished teak flag pole with ensign
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.