“Morris Yachts built 16 Annie 29s… The solid hull is hand-laid fiberglass. The deck is fiberglass with a balsa wood core. Portals are bronze…
The ballast is lead and attached to the keel stub with stainless bolts. All deck hardware is bronze. Handrails, toe rails and other deck-mounted wood fittings are… teak. The stanchions and bow pulpit are stainless steel and strongly support the lifelines. Chain plates independently attach through the deck to beefy fiberglass layers inside the hull.” ~ Sailing Magazine
- White top-sides
- Green boot-stripe
- Light green antifouling
“Beauty and functionality describe the deck of the Annie 29, with strategically placed grabrails, protective toerails, appropriately located winches and genoa tracks and an adequate number of cleats. Boxed dorades offer ventilation in addition to the main hatch and companionway door.
“I really appreciate ventilation aboard a boat,” Paine said.” ~Sailing Magazine
- Two tone decks with tan nonskid offset by white decks
- Bright teak toe rails
- Stainless steel stanchions with double life lines and port and starboard gates
- Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit
- Bronze stern cleats port and starboard
- Bronze surface mounted chocks port and starboard on toe rail
- Bronze flag staff fitting
- Bright teak deck locker cover
- Bright teak cap on coaming
- Bright teak tiller
- Cubby port and starboard in coaming
- Depth meter (see Electronics)
- Knot meter (see Electronics
- Engine panel
- Single lever throttle
- Bulkhead mounted compasses port and starboard
- Barlow Australia 24 self tailing primary winches port and starboard outboard of coaming
- Bronze cleats for primary winches port and starboard outboard of coming
- High volume manual bilge pump
- Shore power inlet
- D-rings for tether port and starboard
- (4) Cockpit drains
- Bronze fuel and water infills
- Bronze jib tracks with cars port and starboard
- Bronze cleats port and starboard
- Bronze surface mounted chocks port and starboard on toe rail
- Bronze pole fittings on deck
- Deck prisms port and starboard
- Bright teak brow on vertical upper surfaces port, starboard and forward
- (3) Bronze port lights port and starboard
- (1) Round bronze port light forward
- Lewmar 16 bronze winch
- Stainless steel dodger frame
- (2) Bright dorade boxes with cowlings
- Stainless steel dorage gualrd over forward dorade box
- Maine sheet traveler on arch over companionway hatch turtle
- (2) Sets of bright hand rails port and starboard
- (2) Deck hatches with acrylic lenses
- (2) Barlow Australia 16 halyard winches
- Oversized bronze cleat
- Bronze pump-out fitting for holding tank
- Bronze hawse pipe with cover for primary anchor chain
- Anchor chain lock
- Stainless steel bow fitting with chocks port and starboard and single bow anchor roller
“The elegant interiors were finished in teak or mahogany with masterful joinery. Some of the later models featured cherry wood, however, no two Annie 29s are alike.
“When these boats were being built in the early 1980s, the owners explained what sort of layout they wanted and Tom Morris was glad to follow those plans, with some recommendations,” Paine said. “Tom enjoyed making interior modifications.”
The V-berth sleeps two and has a privacy curtain. Most boats have a settee and a drop-leaf table that converts to an additional berth. The galley was usually located to starboard near the base of the companionway stairs and featured, a stainless basin sink, two-burner stove and top-loading icebox.
“Refrigeration came much later,” said Paine. “If it’s on one of the Annies it’s
The boat carries approximately 40 gallons of freshwater. Later models had 12-gallon waste tanks.
Most Annie 29s received natural light from three or four portals on each side of the cabin and one forward, in addition to deck prisms. The head was installed either near the V-berth or farther aft in place of the chart table and dresser, depending on owner preference. A shower was optional and used freshwater engine cooling to heat the water.” ~ Yachting Magazine
- Hereshoff style interior with white paneling offset with bright teak trim
- Solid teak sole
- Opening port bronze lights port and starboard above galley
- Dorade ventilation over stove
- Kenyon Kenstar 2-burner stove with oven to starboard
- Locker storage above work surface outboard to starboard
- Built in plate and storage shelfs outboard to port
- Ice box to starboard
- Top loading storage to port
- Top loading waste bin to port
- Single basin stainless steel sink to port
- Storage below work surface to port
- Overhead deck hatch
- Bright teak hand rails port and starboard overhead
- (2) Opening bronze port lights port and starboard
- Locker storage forward port and starboard above settees
- Storage behind settee backs fort and starboard
- Bench style settees port and starboard with foot boxes sleeping
- Upholstered salon cushions for port and starboard settee seating
- Fixed bright salon table with double drop leaves and internal bottle storage
- Dorade ventilation
- Marine head with Jabsco manual pump
- Single basin head sink
- Storage locker to starboard
- Overhead hatch
- Opening bronze portlight overhead forward
- Chain locker access
- Upholstered v-berth cushions
- Storage below bunks
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