SKYWARD is a very nice example of the Tri-cabin layout Justine 36. She has been maintained by Morris Yachts and continuously improved by her owner. She is set up for easy shorthanded sailing with her Leisure Furl furling main sail and just had a new Garmin chartplotter put in at the helm. She is in the water and fully serviced and commissioned for the season.
For more information, please Contact WYTHE INGEBRITSON at MORRIS YACHTS BROKERAGE at 207-664-8111.
The Justine 36 was the most popular Ocean Series model built by Morris and combines the elegant lines and sea kindly sailing characteristics of Chuck Paine’s designs with the meticulous detail and heirloom quality craftsmanship of Morris Yachts. Capable of ocean crossings but easy to take out for a daysail, she is easily handled and a great boat for a couple or family to enjoy their time on the water.
Hand laminated solid glass hull built Vinylester resin.
All thru-hull fittings are in solid laminate.
External lead ballast keel.
Skeg-hung rudder with 1 ½” solid stainless steel shaft.
The propeller is protected by an aperture in the rudder skeg.
Thru hulls are bonded and grounded and standing rigging is grounded to ballast for lightning protection.
Teak rubrail with stainless steel chafe strip.
The deck is a one-piece fiberglass molding utilizing ¾” end grain balsa core for weight savings.
All hardware locations are drilled, tapped, bedded and thru-bolted completely through the deck.
Trunk cabin sides are solid fiberglass.
Deep molded-in bulwark with varnished teak cap provides safety on deck.
Custom stainless steel bow fitting with double anchor roller and integrated bow line chocks.
Stainless steel bow and stern rails and stanchions with double lifelines.
Port and starboard lifeline gates.
Stainless steel folding boarding ladder with teak treads mounts in lifeline gate.
(2) varnished teak dorade boxes with stainless steel dorade cowls.
(2) overhead hatches with reversible hinge positions.
(11) stainless steel portlights with screens.
Stainless steel solar deck vent over head.
Stainless hawse pipes through bulwark for midship cleat docklines.
Stainless steel chocks mounted to toe rail for bow and stern lines.
Herreshoff style stainless steel bow, stern and midship cleats.
Custom stainless double anchor stem fitting.
Varnished teak handrails, eyebrow, dorade boxes, cockpit coaming cap and lazarette cover.
Stainless steel deck hardware.
Lewmar electric windlass with foot switches at bow.
Secondary anchor rode access plate in foredeck forward of windlass.
The cockpit is thoughtfully laid out with two settees forward of the wheel (the port is shallow and the starboard is a full sail locker) with high coamings that are angled for comfort when sitting. The primary and secondary winches are located within arm’s reach of the helm for easier short handled sailing and all of the control lines are led back to the cockpit.
Edson helm pedestal with engine controls, helm guard with nav pods for electronics and stainless steel destroyer style wheel.
Elkhide cover on wheel rim.
Varnished teak cockpit table mounted to pedestal guard with canvas cover.
Teak decking in the cockpit.
Varnished teak coaming cap and trim rings for winch pockets.
Padeyes with strap for harness tethers.
Manual bilgepump at helm.
Cockpit seat cushions.
Varnished teak companionway trim with teak drop boards and screens.
Teak companionway sliding hatch with translucent acrylic insert for additional light below.
The interior of Skyward is laid out in the popular tri-cabin arrangement, which provides two private sleeping areas at each end of the interior, each with a double berth. The aft cabin are also incorporates a larger than normal nav station and the companionway access to the cockpit.
The head and galley are located immediately forward of the aft cabin, with a comfortable U-shaped dinette forward of the head to starboard and a settee opposite forward of the galley.
The interior is finished off with classic Herreshoff styling with antique white bulkheads and overheads and satin finished teak trim to create a light, open feel below. The cabin sole is traditional teak and holly and the overhead is made of antique white panels with teak battens that are individually removable for access to the deck above. The hull sheathing is painted to match the bulkheads.
Excellent light and ventilation from overhead hatches and opening portlights as well as dorades with interior draft controls.
The forward cabin features a v-berth with removable filler with a hanging locker aft of the berth to starboard and a bureau opposite to port.
Full length shelves on hull sheathing over v-berth.
Round removable access forward to chain locker.
Drawers and storage under berth.
Stainless steel water tank under berth.
Three opening portlights and an overhead hatch provide excellent natural light and ventilation.
The U-shaped galley is located midship across from the head
Force 10 three burner stove with crash bar.
Corian countertops with varnished fiddles.
Double stainless steel sink with stainless steel faucet.
Foot pump with manual faucet from fresh water tank.
Large insulated fridge box with adjustable shelves and Sea Frost holding plate refrigeration system.
Large storage locker with sliding doors along outboard edge of galley.
LED task light bars over counter space.
Pull out trash can and additional storage under sink.
12v and 120v outlets.
Storage locker mounted to aft bulkhead above fridge.
Dry storage locker under counter forward of stove.
Corian cutting board/sink cover.
The main salon features a U-shaped dinette to starboard with a settee opposite to port. Ample storage in lockers and bookshelves outboard of the settees and behind the seatback cushions.
Dinette table with removable pedestal lowers to create double berth.
Additional light from bulkhead reading lights and overhead dome lights.
Lee cloth for settee.
The head is located midships opposite the galley and incorporates a pull out shower and fold down seat
Stainless sink with hot/cold pull out faucet and separate manual foot pump faucet.
Raritan manual head – plumbing replaced 2016 and rebuilt 2017.
Tankwatch holding tank monitor.
Y-valve for overboard discharge or into holding tank.
Manual overboard discharge pump for holding tank.
Shower sump with teak grate.
Fold down teak seat for shower.
Storage locker under sink.
Mirror mounted on aft bulkhead.
Rod light over mirror.
Dome light over sink.
Custom stainless towel bar on aft and forward bulkheads.
The full width aft cabin incorporates the nav statin and is located at the base of the companionway and is separated from the forward section of the interior by double doors that fold open to allow easy passage
Large double berth with shelf along outboard sheathing.
Bulkhead mounted reading light and overhead dome light.
Opening portlight with screen and curtain.
Large drawer and drop down door with storage below berth.
Additional storage under mattress.
The large nav station is located in the aft cabin area on the starboard side with easy access to the companionway.
Swiveling nav station seat with adjustable seat positions.
Large storage area under lifting nav desk top.
Storage locker below have desk.
Wet locker located aft of nav desk.
AC/DC electrical panel located on aft panel (hinged for access to wiring behind)
Instruments mounted in panel and shelf for books.
Located under companionway ladder – enclosure is removable for full access to engine for service.
Panel above engine incorporates main battery switch, inverter/charger panel, fuel gauge, high water bilge alarm and breakers for windlass and electric winch.
Storage bag for replacement companionway drop screens on forward side of engine box.
Yanmar 3JH2BE 38 HP diesel engine
Engine has just had 2000 hour service, including:
Replace seawater hose on engine
Remove and clean heat exchanger
Remove, clean and inspect injectors
Inspect mixing elbow
Check/tighten all nuts and bolts
Yanmar engine gauge panel in cockpit with tach, oil pressure, water temperature and hour gauges.
Racor primary fuel filter/water separator.
AlgaeX fuel cleaner (2012).
RCI Marine diesel fuel purifier.
3 bladed feathering Max prop.
Edson engine controls mounted on helm pedestal.
Fireboy automatic fire suppression system in engine compartment.
Cutlass bearing replaced 2014.
Shurflo fresh water pump (2017).
Stainless steel fresh water tanks under salon settees with deck plate access for inspection and cleaning.
Propane locker in lazarette with two 8lb aluminum tanks.
Pressure regulator and remote solenoid system.
Sea Frost engine driven refrigeration system (2012).
Salt water deck wash pump (2013).
Rule submersible bilge pump with Paragon automatic float switch.
Shower sump pump with switch in head.
Custom Paneltronics 12v DC and 120V AC panel with voltage and amperage meters.
120v shore power with 30 amp shore cord and galvanic isolator.
Mastervolt Combi 2500 Watt inverter/charger with control panel (2016).
Electrical panel is hinged for easy access to wiring behing.
Balmar external smart regulator with Balmar Smartguage battery monitoring system (2014).
House battery bank – two AGM marine batteries with 200 amp hour total capacity.
Copper bonding system tied to standing rigging metal tanks, engine, keel and hull zinc.
Garmin 7608xsv color GPS chartplotter (new 2017).
Raymarine C80 color charplotter/radar display.
Raymarine radome on Questus mount on backstay.
Autohelm wind, speed and depth instruments at helm.
Autohelm multi instrument display at nav station.
Raymarine ST6002 autopilot.
Icom M402 VHF
Icom CommandMic II at helm pedestal.
Icom M600 SSB with antenna tuner.
Ritchie Powerdamp compass mounted on helm pedestal.
Ritchie bulkhead mounted compass at nav station.
Alpine CDM-7854 AM/FM CD player.
a/d/s speakers with passive crossover system mounted in forward salon bulkhead.
Aluminum sloop rig with removable inner forestay with storage fittings at staysail track on trunk cabin.
Navtec discontinuous rod rigging (except removable inner forestay.
Leisure Furl boom (2012).
Forespar rigid vang.
Seatec hydraulic backstay adjuster.
Painted spinnaker pole.
Main halyard, Jib halyard, furling line, topping lift, spinnaker, flag halyard, traveler lines and running backstays replaced 2013.
Main sheet and genoa sheets replaced 2017.
Harken genoa track with line for sheet position adjustment from cockpit.
Harken traveler system.
North furling full batten main (2012).
Harken 40 electric self tailing two speed main halyard winch on starboard cabin top.
Harken 16 snubber winch on starboard cabin top.
Harken 32 self tailing two speed winch on port cabin top.
Harken 48 self tailing two speed primary winches.
Harken 40 self tailing two speed secondary winches.
Harken self tailing winch on mast.
Lewmar electric windlass with vertical rope and chain gypsies.
35 lb. CQR primary anchor with chain/rope rode mounted on bow roller.
Secondary Danforth H1500 anchor with 12’ chain and 200’ line stored in port sail locker.
70 lb. Luke storm anchor stowed in chocks under cabin floor.
Secondary anchor rode through deck fitting forward of windlass.
ACR 406 GPRIB
(3) Fire extinguishers.
Lifesling mounted to stern rail.
MOM 600 mounted on stern rail (2016).
Jacklines from cockpit to bow.
First aid kit
Clock and Barometer
Hand bearing compass.
Varnished teak flag pole.
Fenders with polar fleece covers and easyheight adjustment fittings for lifelines.
Q-beam LED hand held spotlight.
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.