It is said that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. When the M36 Modern Classic was introduced in 2004, she was the only daysailer that featured a self-tacking jib, sail handling systems and helm control pods that are now often copied but never perfected. Morris Yachts’ quality construction, together with Sparkman and Stephen’s design pedigree, guarantees a boat of lasting value that will turn heads in every harbor.
Whether sailed with a crew or single-handed she is ideal for spending a few hours or a long weekend on the water. All control lines have been led aft below decks to control and winch pods located in the cockpit, leaving the deck clear and safe. Self-tailing primary winches are standard, and the starboard electric winch makes the process of raising the mainsail from the cockpit a push-button affair. Spend more time sailing and less time tinkering; our engineering team has taken the complexity and intimidation out of managing a sophisticated, fully-equipped boat.
|Beam||10 ft 1 in||Max Draft||6 ft 6 in|
|Dry Weight||8900 lb||Hull Material||Fiberglass|
|Hull Shape||Monohull||Fuel Capacity||20 gal|
|Length at Waterline||25 ft 1 in||Length Overall||36 ft 1 in|
|Number of Heads||1||Water Capacity||20 gal|
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|Max Bridge Clearance||52 ft 2 in||Number of Berths||2|
I : 38.66 ft
Mainsail: 311 sq.ft
Jib: 247 sq.ft