Well appointed V-berth with lockers and storage areas followed aft to port but the head, which is equipped with a manual toilet, pressure water sink and shower. There is a hanging locker/storage across to starboard. Next aft is the salon featuring and L-shaped settee to port with a straight settee to starboard. The is a centerline drop-lead dinning table with internal beverage storage. Storage is outboard and under both settees to port and starboard. Further is aft the U-shaped galley to port showing a double stainless steel sink facing forward, the stove/oven facing outboard and the refrigerator towards the aft. Ample storage above and below the countertop. To starboard is the forward facing navigation station with a quarter berth located aft. The interior is in very nice condition and shows she has been well maintained. Very comfortable layout for a cruising couple.
The interior has many overhead hatches as well as stainless steel opening ports for fresh air.
Located to port and aft, the galley is U-shaped with a double stainless steel sink facing forward, stove/oven facing outboard, and the refrigerated ice box aft. Number of storage areas both above and below the countertop. The stove features 2-burners and a custom fit cutting board top. There is 12-volt refrigeration.
Scanmar Monitor Windvane ($6000 new)
Bimini with dodger.
Outboard engine davit
Side stanchions with double lifelines and stern/bow pulpits
Electric anchor windlass
Tanuki is a nice Ted Brewer Designed Morgan 383 and sails VERY well. The layout is comfortable and well suited for extended cruises. The 383 has a taller mast than the original 38 for better performance. The owners interests have changed and they are reluctantly placing her on the market. If you are in the market for a Morgan 38, or a similar class/size boat, we hope you put this boat on your list of boats to see.