28' Morris Linda

The Morris 28 ‘Linda’ was one of the most popular ‘pocket cruisers’ built by Morris Yachts. ‘Ojala’ has had many upgrades over the years and well equipped for coastal cruising and offshore passages. Professionally cared for and stored indoors, a convenient viewing can be arranged on short notice.

PRICE | $ 79,000

BOAT TYPE | Morris Linda
YEAR BUILT | 1987
DESIGNER | Chuck Paine
BUILDER | Morris Yachts
LOA | 28 Feet
BEAM | 9′ 2″
DRAFT | 4′ 4″

BALLAST | 3,600 lbs
DISPLACEMENT | 8,300 lbs
ENGINE | 2002 Volvo diesel 18 HP (1,248 hrs)
FUEL | 18 gal SS
TANKS | 58 gal fresh water (2 tanks) bladder type

All hand layed solid fiberglass hull. One piece, balsa cored fiberglass deck. White Awlgripped hull and off white decks, bronze opening ports (with screens) and bronze deck hardware. Full keel with cut away forefoot. Propeller protected in an aperture. Varnished exterior teak trim.

V-BERTH: Starting forward is V-berth bunk with filler (6’ 2”)with access forward to the chain locker. Two storage lockers are located below the bunk, with the holding tank and additional storage under cushions. Overhead hatch in forward cabin provides additional light and ventilation.

HEAD: Located athwartships just aft of V-berth. Bi-fold doors forward and aft. Manual marine head, single stainless steel sink with pressurized water and hand pump to starboard and storage below. Hanging locker outboard of sink. Grated floor. Two opening bronze ports.

MAIN SALON: Oiled teak trim and forward bulkhead. Settees port (6’ 10”) and starboard (6’ 2”) in green leather upholstery with two potable water tanks under. Storage behind backrest cushions and large cupboards with bookshelves in the middle. Solid fuel-burning heater on fwd bulkhead (SIG Marine). Large varnished dinette table (offset to starboard) with two drop down leaves (table is removable and can be mounted in cockpit). Hella fans and four opening bronze ports give great ventilation.

GALLEY: 2 burner Eno propane stove (2018). Storage lockers below stove. Single stainless steel sink with hand pump and pressurized cold water. Large top loading icebox with freezer compartment aft (2018).  Storage outboard in sliding lockers. Dish storage in custom racks outboard of starboard main salon settee.

NAV STATION: Located just below companionway (to port) aft facing seat chart table with lift top for storage. Fixed seat with internal storage.

  • Volvo (Model 2002) 18hp marine diesel engine, (1,248 hours)
  • Control panel mounted on forward bulkhead in cockpit footwell
  • Stainless steel shaft (1”)
  • Three blade bronze Maxprop (Speed Seal)
  • Racor fuel filter
  • Custom fuel inspection plate in cockpit sole
  • Freshwater heat exchanger
  • SS 1” shaft
  • Dripless seal stuffing box
  • Jabsco Ultra-Max pressure water system
  • Original boat manuals
  • Fuel: 18 gal. SS aft under cockpit with dip stick guage
  • Cooking: 10 lbs propane, stored with SS bracket on aft rail
  • Water: Two tanks 35 gal (port) and 23 gal (stbd) flexible bag
  • Waste: Polyethylene under v berth, 6 gal
  • Guest 2635 battery charger (4 output/3 stage)
  • Nova 14 position DC Panel
  • 3 position breaker and master toggle AC Panel (with voltmeter)
  • Xantrex Link 20 battery monitor
  • Group 31 AGM house batteries (3)port sail locker
  • Series 24 start battery (1) stbd sail locker
  • Battery combiner switch
  • Two flexible solar panels mount on dodger and bimini top (monitor mounted in main salon)
  • Alpine 50W AM/FM CD player , CDA-9805 with XM radio
  • Raymarine ST5000+ Autopilot (Helm) with below deck ram
  • Raymarine e7 Radar/Chartplotter HD Touchscreen (Cockpit) and 18” HD digital radome (2018)
  • Raymarine 350 AIS Receiver AIS 650 class B transceiver (2012)
  • Raymarine ST 60 Tridata (Cockpit) (2003)
  • Raymarine ST 60 Wind speed/direction (Cockpit) (2003)
  • Garmin 120 GPS (Nav Station)
  • Icom IC M45 VHF (Nav Station)
  • Barometer and clock
  • Bronze ship bell
  • Wheel steering with brake
  • Edson stainless steel helm driving a rack and pinion quadrant to a stainless steel rudder post with lower packing gland.
  • Plexiglass top sliding hatch with turtle cover
  • Manual bilge pump
  • Teak sole
  • Two large cockpit sail lockers
  • Cockpit shower in starboard winch pocket
  • SS fitting in cockpit for cabin table
  • Harken traveler (mainsheet) mounted at forward end of cockpit
  • Cabin top triple rope clutch port and stbd for halyards and reef lines
  • Double stainless steel lifelines
  • Opening gates port and starboard at the cockpit
  • Bronze deck hardware
  • Two teak dorade boxes (P & S) with chrome dorades
  • Solar ventilator on cabin top
  • Seven bronze opening ports w/screens
  • Rocna primary anchor in roller mount at stem, bronze hawser with chain and rode below deck
  • (2) Anderson #40 ST self-tailing primaries
  • (2) Bariant #15 on mast
  • (2) cabin-top mounted Barlow (#19) self tailing
  • Aluminum mast (Awlgripped white)
  • Aluminum boom (Awlgripped white)
  • Internal halyards
  • 1x19x1/4” stainless steel shrouds
  • Removable inner forestay (in laz. Locker)
  • Running back stays
  • Carbon fiber spinnaker pole white Awlgrip w/mast mount on sliding track for stowage
  • Spartite system for mast partners
  • North mainsail– 2 reefs, full battens, Harken ball bearing luff slides, lazy jacks (Reconditioned 2019)
  • Genoa Vermont Sailing Partners (2016) Furlex roller furling
  • Staysail on removeable inner forestay
  • North reaching spinnaker with sock launcher
  • Dodger and Bimini (teal)on stainless steel bows
  • Throw cushions (3)
  • Sail Cover (teal)
  • Sun 250, 3 person inflatable dinghy with Torqeedo motor
  • Shore power cord (white)
  • Freshwater hose
  • Custom screen for companionway
  • Tool kit (mechanical SAE and metric)
  • Spares and extra parts
  • Docklines and fenders with fleece covers
  • PFDs- 2 self-inflating wearable
  • Emergency chain/wire cutter
  • Misc equipment- spares, flares, spotlight, small tools
  • Assorted marine hardware
  • Fireboy 1301 Engine halon system (Inside cockpit locker activation)
  • CO2 detector
  • Personal 406 EPIRB, SPOT type (requires subscription)
  • Web jacklines
  • Electric bilge pump with float switch, counter, and alarm
  • Radar reflector on shroud
Details are believed to be correct however, are not guaranteed by Classic Boat Shop, Inc. Offers subject to change.