Morris Yachts Annie 29

Camden, ME, United States

£56,388GBP
Listed price $77,500 USD

Morris Yachts Annie 29 - Morris Annie 29 - Gypsy - On Dock
General information
Make/model
Morris Yachts Annie 29
Category
Used sail boat for sale (SOLD)
Price
£56,388 GBP | Listed price $77,500 USD
Year
1982
Designer
Chuck Paine
Length overall
8.99 metres
Length waterline
7.47 metres
Beam
2.90 metres
Draft
1.37 metres
Displacement
4,990 kg
Keel
Full Keel
Location
Camden, ME, United States

About this Morris Yachts Annie 29

English

     "With low freeboard, a sharp bow, tall rig and sloped transom, the Annie 29 looks ready to take on most any sea with aplomb. Everything about it looks rugged yet graceful, from the bronze...deck fittings to the elegant teak and mahogany trim. It’s immediately clear why she has been included on classic sailboat lists worldwide. The closer you look, the more you notice the top-shelf construction materials and the masterful boat building. The Annie 29 radiates quality." ~ Dave Liscio for Sailing Magazine     Maintained by Front Street Shipyard in Belfast, Maine, Gypsy enjoys regular maintenance. This lightly used coastal cruiser has been indoor stored for all but 2 of the last 14 years. This Annie 29 presents well and should survey just as well.

Construction


     "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

Gypsy

  • White top-sides
  • Green boot-stripe
  • Light green antifouling

Deck


     "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

Gypsy

  • 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

     Aft Deck

  • 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

     Cockpit

  • 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 

     Weather Decks

  • 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 

     Coach Roof

  • 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

     Mast

  • (2) Barlow Australia 16 halyard winches

     Fore Deck

  • 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

Electrical Systems


     12-Volt DC System

  • Marinetics Corp distribution panel
  • Battery monitor with 2 battery tester
  • Battery switch
  • Engine driven 55 amp alternator
  • (2) 12-Volt batteries in starboard sail locker

     120-Volt AC System

  • Marinetics AC main breaker
  • 120-Volt outlet 

Electronics


  • Data Marine knot meter
  • Data Marine depth meter
  • Standard Horizon Eclipse + marine VHF  
  • Windex on mast head

Rigging


  • Anodized aluminum mast
  • Anodized aluminum boom
  • Aluminum single spreader rig
  • Slab reefing
  • Stainless steel wire rigging
  • Swage terminals except on head stay with Stayloc fitting
  • Dacron halyards and sheets

Sails and Soft Goods


     Sails

  • Quantum mainsail with (2) reef points ~ 2008
  • Bohndell furling jib ~ 2016
  • Storm main
  • Old main
  • North Sail furling140%  jib (old)

     Soft Goods

  • North Sail green dodger with acrylic clear panels
  • Geordie Magee Canvas Co. Inc green sail cover

Interior


     "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
a retrofit.”

     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

Gypsy

  • Hereshoff style interior with white paneling offset with bright teak trim
  • Solid teak sole

     Galley

  • 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

     Salon

  • 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

     Head

  • Dorade ventilation 
  • Marine head with Jabsco manual pump
  • Single basin head sink
  • Storage locker to starboard

     Forward Cabin

  • Overhead hatch
  • Opening bronze portlight overhead forward
  • Chain locker access
  • Upholstered v-berth cushions
  • Storage below bunks 

Tankage


     Diesel Fuel

  • (1) Aluminum tank
  • Shut off located on top of tank
  • Racor filter/water separator in addition to engine filter

     Propane Fuel

  • Dedicated self draining locker located under aft deck
  • Copper feed lines from tanks to regulator and solenoid switch

     Fresh Water

  • (1) Rubber bladder tank located under port settee
  • Foot pump with rotating faucet at galley sink

     Black Water

  • Estimated 10-gallon rubber bladder tank located under forward v-berth
  • Y-valve control discharge from head to go overboard or to tank
  • Additional valve and diaphragm pump for through deck or overboard pumping 

Represented by a Certified Professional Yacht Broker (CPYB)


     A Certified Professional Yacht Broker (CPYB) is recognized as having achieved the highest level of industry accreditation, available only to fully-qualified yacht sales professionals. The CPYB program is administered by Yacht Brokers Association of America in partnership with Florida Yacht Brokers Association, Northwest Yacht Brokers Association, California Yacht Brokers Association, Boating Ontario Dealers, British Columbia Yacht Brokers Association and Gulf Coast Yacht Brokers Association.

     The CPYB program is also endorsed by the Marine Retailers Association of the Americas (MRAA) Marine Industry Certified Dealership (MICD) program and leading yacht manufacturers as a key component of their own industry standards; the highest level of achievement for their member yacht sales professionals.

Experience & Validity

     The CPYB designation is earned by eligible yacht sales professionals, who, after serving a minimum of three years as a full-time professional, have successfully completed a comprehensive written examination to validate professional competency.

Continuing Education

     A CPYB is committed to their personal and professional development through continuing education, as mandated for CPYB recertification every three years.

Ethics & Standards

     A CPYB adheres to, and is accountable to, a nationally recognized Code of Business Ethics and conducts yacht sales transactions in accordance with a stringent set of industry standards of practice.

Fiduciary Responsibility

     A CPYB maintains a dedicated escrow/trust account to protect their client’s funds. A CPYB understands their fiduciary responsibility and obligations with respect to client funds.

Transaction Management

     A CPYB uses proven, industry-recognized transaction documents, which fully and clearly describe all terms and conditions of a transaction. Honesty & Integrity A CPYB maintains the highest standards of professionalism, acting with honesty and integrity.

Trust & Confidence

     A CPYB instills confidence, trust and consistency in all transactions involving fellow yacht sales professionals for the benefit of the client.

Default Disclaimer


     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.

Other Equipment

Gypsy

Read more

Propulsion
Engine
Westerbeke 13
Engine hours
1323
Fuel
Diesel
This Morris Yachts Annie 29 has been viewed 452 times
Broker/Dealer Information

East Coast Yacht Sales

106 Lafayette Street
Yarmouth,
Maine
04096
United States
Please mention that you saw this boat on TheYachtMarket.
XXXX XXX XXX

Thank you

Your message has been sent.

Ask for more photos

Email to a friend

Report this boat

Thank you, your message has been sent

Why not register your interest in these similar boats?

We will send the following details to the sellers of the selected boats: Your name, email address, phone number (if provided). your country and which boat(s) you are interested in.

Request More Information

Change units of measure

This feature requires cookies to be enabled on your browser.

Show price in:
Show lengths, beam and draft in:
Show displacement or weight in:
Show capacity or volume in:
Show speed in:
Show distance in: