Sequel | Morris Justine 36' 1985

Annapolis, MD
$150,000 USD

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Erik Haaland

Erik has been involved in the marine industry for over a decade. He started his brokerage career with Martin Bird & Associates in Annapolis in 2014. Prior to that he was a successful Store Manager with West Marine, winning many top accolades including multiple District Store of the Year awards. Erik was born in New York where he learned to sail at a young age on the Hudson River. In the mid-1990's his family moved to Annapolis, where his fondness of the Chesapeake grew by being involved in sailboat racing, fishing, and other water related activities.

To further is career as a yacht broker Erik attended continuing education training and was granted certification as a Certified Professional Yacht Broker in 2017. His drive to ensure his clients needs are met is paramount. Erik believes that his job is never done with any client, and that the personal assistance he provides clients, some years after they make their purchase, is what sets him apart from other brokers in the industry. Erik is known to be very personable and easily explains different vessels and their systems, making it a pleasant experience for both buyers and sellers as they not only get to know their boat better, but understand how to remedy issues along the way. He has a wide breath of yacht sales experience, from blue water yachts to center console fishing boats, picnic boats, sport fishers, racing sailboats, trawlers and motor yachts.

When Erik is not showing boats you can find him on the Bay on his Scout center console or being involved in the sailboat races out of Annapolis and around the East Coast.

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Basic Info

Yacht Name: Sequel
Builder: Morris Justine
Model: 36
Year: 1985
Location: Annapolis, MD
Asking Price: $150,000 USD
Designer: Chuck Paine
Hull Material: Fiberglass


'Sequel' is a fully found Morris Justine 36. From the words of John Kretschmer 'A graceful Chuck Paine design, the Justine 36 is superbly engineered and well proportioned. It is just large enough to be a genuine cruising boat with a nice turn of speed but it is small enough to be nimble and easily handled. Whether your sailing schedule allows for an afternoon gliding along Penobscot Bay or a month making your way to Nova Scotia, the Justine 36 will be right at home.'

From the hand of Chuck Paine and built by the artisans at Morris Yachts the created a classic Maine-built boat. Good looks but not overly flashy. Graceful and easy to handle short crewed. Built like a tank using hand-laid solid fiberglass hull with vinyl ester resin, an internal hull stiffening of stringers and floors, and fully tabbed bulkheads. Everything in the boat that might need to come out can go through the companionway, including the tanks. The deck is cored with half-inch end-grain balsa and is solid glass in high load areas. Externally mounted lead ballast mounted to a keel stub, allowing for a deep and proper bilge.

'Sequel' is hull 4 of 33 built and has been maintained in great condition with regular upgrades. Her current owner purchased 'Sequel' in 2016 and in the four years in their tenure they have made several major systems and cosmetic upgrades. If you are in the market for a well-kept Morris 36 at a realistic price, then you need to look no further than 'Sequel'.

List of Major Upgrades

  • New Beta 30HP Diesel with only 60 hours
  • Dinghy and Torqeedo electric outboard (2017)
  • Complete bottom strip and new barrier coat
  • New Garmin electronics including touchscreen plotter, radar, Icom VHF w/AIS
  • New Canvas
  • New Interior & Cockpit cushions
  • New lifelines



Length: 36'
Beam: 11'7
Draft: 4'6
Water Tank Capacity: 80 Gallons
Fuel Tank Capacity: 37 Gallons
Engine Manufacturer: Beta
Engine Model: 30
Power: 30HP
Number of Engines: 1
Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 63

Sails & Rigging


  • Harken MKIII roller furler unit 1.5 August 2004
  • Strong track and slides on mast August 2004
  • Main and Genoa- North Sails 'Nordac" 2004
  • Hank On stay-sail
  • Asymmetrical Spinnaker with sock



Number of single berths: 4
Number of cabins: 1
Number of heads: 1