TRINITY is a 1991 beautiful Morris Linda, immaculately kept by her current owner in “Ready to Go Condition”. I was recently aboard her and her topsides and deck are in excellent condition making her a stand out in any marina. The dark blue dodger and complete set of matching covers for dorade boxes, tiller, mast boot and hand rails complete her “Yachtie Look”. TRINITY has a recently installed Beta engine, 10,000 BTU AC, new B&G Zeus, 9” chart plotter, 3 blade max-prop, furling genoa and manual mainsail with lazy jacks and a Gennaker. She’s the perfect “Small Yacht” for cruising and day sailing. Professional maintained she should be your next boat. TRINITY is a must see if interested in a high quality “SAIL AWAY” boat with no excuses!
|Water Tank Capacity:||20 Gallons|
|Fuel Tank Capacity:||18 Gallons|
|Holding Tank Capacity:||14 Gallons|
|Number of Engines:||1|
|Engine Hours:||80 Hours|
Trinity has a light, open interior finished off in Hereshoff style with varnished teak trim accenting white bulkheads and overhead. The cushions are an attractive green fabric. The cabin sole is varnished teak as are the overhead handrails. A large overhead opening hatch combined with opening portlights and two dorade vents provide abundant natural light and ventilation and a reverse cycle air conditioner cools and heats the interior when plugged in at dock.
There is a quarter berth to port of the companionway and galley to starboard. Forward of the galley and quarter berth are two settee berths in the main salon. The forward cabin is separated from the main salon by an enclosed head to port and a hanging wet locker opposite to starboard.
The small but functional galley to starboard has Formica countertops with teak fiddles and trim
The cockpit is carefully designed with high, tapered coamings comfortable for leaning against that are capped with a varnished teak cap.
Morris constructed solid fiberglass hand laminated hull using Reichold Hyrex Vinylester resin and e-glass laminate.
Fiberglass cored with balsa and Vinylester resin. The deck is laid over an inward turning flange of the hull. The joint is sealed and through-bolted with stainless steel bolts on 4” center