S/V Grace Photos

S/V Grace is a 1982 41′ Morgan Out Island that I lived aboard for 10 years and circumnavigated on before selling her in 2010.

S/V Grace docked at Latitude 18 on St. Thomas USVI.

S/V Grace docked at Latitude 18 on St. Thomas USVI.

S/V Grace has a large comfortable cockpit

S/V Grace has a large comfortable cockpit

S/V Grace's salon

S/V Grace's salon

Functional galley

Functional galley

Salon, port side

Salon, port side

S/V Grace's Nav station

S/V Grace's Nav station

Passage way to aft stateroom and access to engine room

Passage way to aft stateroom and access to engine room

The aft stateroom

The aft stateroom

Port side lockers in the aft stateroom

Port side lockers in the aft stateroom

Starboard locker in the aft stateroom.

Starboard locker in the aft stateroom.

Aft head of a Morgan Out island ketch.

Aft head of a Morgan Out island ketch.

V berth of a Morgan Out Island

V berth of a Morgan Out Island

Looking forward into the V berth from the salon

Looking forward into the V berth from the salon

Fwd head aboard a 41' Morgan Out Island

Fwd head aboard a 41' Morgan Out Island

Cockpit of S/V Grace a 1982 Morgan Out Island Ketch

Cockpit of S/V Grace a 1982 Morgan Out Island Ketch

Easy line handling from the cockpit

Rope clutches and sheet bags

Looking aft on deck

Looking aft on deck

The aft companionway which leads to the master stateroom

The aft companionway which leads to the master stateroom

S/V Grace in the marina in the USVI

S/V Grace in the marina in the USVI

My office

My office

S/V Grace from the masthead

S/V Grace from the masthead

2 Responses to S/V Grace Photos

  1. Stuart says:

    Nice photos.

    Look forward to asking the captian permission to come aboard.

    Stu

  2. phil gregory says:

    When I was shopping for a boat to cruise the Caribbean a 40 ft Morgan was one that attracted me. I remember some time ago going below on one and being so impressed with the roominess. Although I thought that make and style of boat plenty adequate for the Caribbean, I had read several people say they didn’t think it strong enough for open ocean sailing. I have read your books (yet), but I assume you did not find it so.

    I’ve enjoyed what I read of your Blue Moon logs (Amazon kindle).

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