Morris Linda 28
“Morris Yachts is well known for building sailboats that border on floating works of art. From this all-American builder comes the Linda 28 which was introduced in 1985 from drawing board of Chuck Paine, one of America’s pre-eminent naval architects. The Linda 28 is a fast and nimble pocket cruiser built on a custom basis for customers with an outstanding fit and finish, the kind you’d expect from Morris Yachts. Perhaps best of all she’s got the same drop dead handsome lines that have won over Morris lovers worldwide.” ~ Blue Water Boats
“The new Morris 28 is my latest design for Morris Yachts of Southwest Harbor, Maine. She is intended to combine the robust construction, ample tankage and unsurpassed directional and transverse stability demanded by a growing Bermuda and Beyond clientele, with fully modern, computer optimized hull lines and weight distribution to please the coastal cruisers and yacht club racers. The 28′ overall length was selected in order comfortably accommodate four adults for brief periods (or two living aboard for longer cruises) while still permitting a fully enclosed head… full sized galley usable upright or offshore, and truly ample storage in sensibly sized lockers. Yet in terms of original cost, ease of anchoring, size of sails and winches, and ability to be maintained simply and inexpensively, she still retains the virtues of a small boat. Linda possess all the seakeeping qualities which has made the Morris/Paine line of yachts so well respected. The designed waterline is exceptionally long for high speed potential and damping of pitching motion; ballast is of external cast lead for stability and security if grounded; all ports are opening and bronze; interior headroom is over six feet as are the cockpit seats for snoozing; inboard diesel power is standard with the propeller fully protected in a properly faired aperture; the glass work superbly laminated yet completely hidden from view belowdecks by fine Maine standard wood joinerwork. Most important in the opinion of her builder, is the fact that this yacht exhibits the graceful traditional appearance which will continually enhance the pleasure of ownership, and return fair value if resale is ever contemplated.” C.W. Paine Yacht Designs
Continuing forward past the Galley and Navigation Station you enter the beautifully thought out and built salon. With port and starboard settee’s that double as single bunks and the low profile varnished teak table with fold up double leafs, this area is open, bright and most importantly comfortable. This area also boasts;
- Opening port lights port and starboard
- Dome lighting below the soffits port and starboard
- Large locker storage port and starboard forward
- Stainless steel chain plated attached to partial bulkhead aft of large lockers with easy access from both sides
- Additional locker storage above the settees port and starboard aft
- Diesel heater
- Upholstered seats and backrests port and starboard
- Wide plank sole
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