A very popular masthead sloop design by respected builders Morgan Yachts of St. Petersburg, FL. “Khamsin” will be an excellent boat for a small family or perhaps a young couple on their ‘maiden voyage’ as sailors!

As stated by Practical Sailer (Jan. 2000 review), the model 382 is “dry and sea-kindly, stable and relatively fast for her generation.”  The hull is distinguished by her stiffness in weather and very solid construction.  She has a forward cabin with two separate single berths, an aft quarter double berth and a folding salon dinette to create another good sized double berth.

“Khamsin” has her original Yanmar 3QM diesel, durable and running strong with only 1,350 hours.  She was hauled for new bottom paint in May, 2022 and moved immediately to our freshwater moorage.  We ran the boat from Olympia to Seattle and she performed well under power, cruising close to 7kts.  There is a Dickinson diesel heater for chilly evenings and her Hasse sail inventory is in very good condition with main, genoa, a small steadying sail for anchorage and a nearly new lightweight asymmetrical spinnaker.

We’ve spent the past few months getting her well cleaned, checking every system and all components top to bottom.  We completed some rewiring for main panels and fixtures, fresh finish on her brightwork, many, many small tasks along with three new batteries, too.  She is in good condition overall, dependable and fully operational, ready to go back to sea this Summer.

Come take a look, we think that you’ll be pleased !


Dimensions and Construction:

Model 382
LOA: 38’ 4”
LWL: 30’ 6”
Beam: 12’
Max. Draft: 5’ 0”
Clearance: Approx. 52 ft.
Displacement: 17,000 lb
Ballast: 6,800 lb (lead ballast)
Construction: 1978
April 5, 1979 delivery invoice to Seattle dealer
Hull Shape: Fin Keel, Rudder on Skeg

Fuel: (steel) 40 gal.
Water: (plastic) 55 gal.
Waste: (plastic) 20 gal.

Morgan Original HIN: MRY22072M78I-382
State Official HIN: WNZ05466F878
Hull Build Number: 72
Designer: Ted Brewer


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Details and Specifications:

Electrical and Mechanical:
110v. 30 amp incoming to aft cockpit, 30’ Marinco power cord
NEW – Two Dyno Group 27 house batteries
NEW – One Interstate Group 24 start battery
Master Volt Charger 12/40-3 line Battery Charger
110v Main breaker panel at helm station
12v Breaker panel at helm station
MonsterPower HT-800 A/C surge protection strip at helm station
12v. dual charging plugs at helm station

Yanmar 3QM30 Diesel with 1,350 hours
NEW – raw water circulating pump shaft seal kit and impeller
Engine spares: belts, filters, lube, coolant, motor oil, etc. in storage tote

Forward Berth
Bomar deck hatch 18”
Two separate stacked single bunks, 6’6” x 3’
Storage cabinets and drawers below
Hanging locker
Two 12v. reading lights and fan

Aft Quarter Berth
Dimensions at head, 42” x 6’ 6”
One 12v. reading light
Insulated access panel to engine compartment

Dining Settee
Can arrange as double berth; 40” x 6’ 6” using the settee cushions

Teak and holly sole good condition
Port side dining settee with dual drop leaf table
Starboard side bench seating with storage above
Freshwater tanks with sight gauges beneath settee benches
Hanging locker and cabinet with drawers
Dickinson Newport diesel furnace with fan
5 – Stainless portlights from New Found Metals, Pt. Townsend
Bomar deck hatch 18”
Nicro solar powered ventilation fan
4 – 12v. adjustable reading lamps
2 – 12v. overhead illumination lamps
Three speed Caframo 12v. circulating fan at salon hatch
Salem model ships barometer and clinometer
Bookshelves and stowage throughout
Samsung 22D 500 monitor and HDMI input
Sony CDX GT-340 stereo with remote and MP3
Dual Kraco 6” salon speakers with mid-range
NEW Image Dynamics cockpit 4″ speakers
2 – 110v. plugs
Kenwood radiator style salon oil heater

Galley and Head:
Double aluminum galley sink with standard faucet
NEW – Jabsco freshwater pump
NEW – Whale freshwater hand pump at galley sink
American brand hot water tank
Force 10 two-burner stove top and oven
Marinetics propane monitor and solenoid
Refrigeration box with fixed storage baskets
Separate storage box in galley sink countertop
NEW – Adler Barbour refrigeration, complete system
Two overhead 12v. lights with new covers
110v. plug and 12v. charger plug

Single round aluminum head sink and faucet
Sink cabinet and storage space with shelving
Full sized Raritan manual toilet
Separate shower stall with seat and sprayer wand
Stainless portlight from New Found Metals, Pt. Townsend
12v overhead and lighting
110v. plug

Sails and Deck:
Hasse four-batten mainsail, good condition
Boom cover professionally cleaned
Hasse 115% genoa, good condition
NEW jib sheets for genoa
Ulmer asymmetrical lightweight ‘flasher’ Blue/Red/Yellow/Gold, unused
Sail bags for main, genoa and spinnaker
Small heavy Ulmer steading sail in storage bag
ATN Spinnaker ‘tacker’ and sleeve
Hood ‘SeaFurl’ roller furling
NEW furling line to cockpit
Lewmar 45 cockpit sheet winches
NEW canvas cockpit winch covers
Two Lewmar single speed #6 deck winches
3 – assorted winch handles, stainless
Running rigging cleaned and inspected
Aft cocpit seating pads.

Mainsail sheet runs on cockpit traveler before the helm pedestal

NEW Fore and aft running lights
Double lifelines and stainless stanchions
Iversons custom cockpit dodger, excellent condition with isinglass covers
Mainsail cover professionally cleaned, good condition

35lb CQR anchor on bow roller
160’ chain rode for primary anchor in chain locker
20lb Danforth style spare anchor in cockpit aft locker
150’ line rode for spare anchor
Simpson-Laurence ‘SeaLion 526’ dual capstan elec. windlass
NEW foredeck operating foot switch for windlass
Two propane tanks, solenoid, in aft cockpit lazarette storage

Safety and Extra Gear:
Two fire extinguishers
Orion flare gun kit and hand held flares
Wooden tapered emergency hull plugs
Horseshoe preserver on aft rail
Mounting brackets for davit arms at the transom
Removable painted aluminum dinghy davits
Folding transom boarding ladder with teak treads
Whale Gusher bilge pump in cockpit
Marinetics propane monitor in galley with tank solenoid

A freshly painted transom mount 10′ radar pole for radar array is available

Original Owner’s manual
Operations manuals for the boat’s systems
Operations and shop manuals for Yanmar diesel
Ship’s Logbook since the 1978 commissioning

Storage tote full of fittings and fasteners
Storage tote for hardware and small tools
Lines and fenders
Telescoping boat pole
Cleaning supples and deck brush

Pacific NW Guide books for sailors;
Martech Puget Sound and San Juan chartbooks
Two Waggoner Cruising Guides
M. Scherer “Cruising Guide to Puget Sound”
USCG Navigation Rules and Buoys


~ ~ Ownership History ~ ~ 

The boat was purchased in September of 1979 by a couple visiting the brokerage in Gig Harbor.  She came into Lake Union for some minor repairs and installation of an autopilot system, and had temporary moorage there.  Her Logbook shows extensive ‘test sailing’ along with minor repair work as needed.  She was moved to Totem Marina in Tacoma the next summer.  Those owners named her ‘Khamsin’.  

The second owners purchased Khamsin in Tacoma in October of 2009.  Their ownership was brief and the Morgan was sold again in February of 2011, and delivered to Olympia.  The third owners then upgraded the Dickinson diesel furnace in May of 2011 along with many upgrades to sailing hardware, lines and a new propane galley stove as well.  The new Carol Hasse sails were delivered in May 2012.  Many other minor repairs and upgrades were completed during this time period.

After using her only minimally in warmer weather while moored in Olympia, the owner began to experience physical limitations that made it increasingly difficult to sail Khamsin during the last few years of their ownership.  Since the boat was essentially just sitting in her moorage by now, they decided to donate the Morgan.  She was hauled for inspection and bottom paint in Olympia, and the donation to Pacific Marine Foundation was completed days later in May of 2022.  

Prior to donating, the new WA State HIN had been assigned to the vessel and now appears engraved below the Morgan Yachts original number on the transom.  Pacific Marine crew moved Khamsin to freshwater in Seattle at that time as well.  PMF re-titled Khamsin and kept the boat stored while they were completing work on other projects and many other boats in their inventory.  They began restoration of Khamsin in the winter of 2023-24, completed their work in July of 2024 and then listed the 38’ Morgan for sale.


~ ~ Repair Work Completed ~ ~

We’ve spent a great deal of time over the past four months and a fair amount of expense finishing up the 38’ Morgan.  Exterior cleanup included attention to myriad details; cleaning the exterior canvas and running rigging, resealing the solar cabin vent and re-bedding the large cabin plexiglass salon windows, sealing up a small leak at the mast partners, cleaning and painting cockpit storage and interior lockers.  After a thorough cleaning with TEKA and only a light sanding, Khamsin got a fresh two-coat application of Cetol ‘Marine Light’ finish on all of her exterior brightwork.  She’s looking very nice at dockside.

The interior upholstery and bunk mattresses are in fine shape.  She’s been well cleaned everywhere inside including the bilges and engine compartment.  All of her electrical systems were inspected and repaired or replaced as needed plus bulbs, switches, covers, etc.  New Dyno batteries for house and start bank.  She also got a new Adler Barbour refrigeration compressor and system along with new freshwater pump, hoses and connections replaced where needed.  Her sail inventory is in very good shape, some new running rigging is in place for genoa sheets and boom preventers, and her original Yanmar 3QM is running right.

All work was carefully done, catching up for the ‘deferred maintenance’ that’s to be expected in an older sailboat.


~ ~ ‘Khamsin’ ~ ~

The meaning of her name ‘Khamsin’ in English? … “A hot, southerly wind varying from southeast to southwest, that blows regularly in Egypt and over the Red Sea for about 50 days, commencing about the middle of March”.

This is the time and place where the original owners of the 38′ Morgan had met on a guided vacation … they married during this time and honeymooned on the boat !


~ ~ About Our Pacific Marine Foundation ~~

We are selective about the vessels we accept into our program and we pursue a very rigorous process before they are listed for sale.  This begins when we first meet with our donors to discuss the condition and recent upkeep of their boat.  Once accepted, each new arrival undergoes a thorough examination, similar to what a marine surveyor will do.  This allows us to prioritize our attention to any deferred maintenance or repairs that may be needed.

Over the years we have performed just about every kind of marine repair, from electrical and plumbing issues to all types of appearance enhancements and even rebuilding engines.  If something is not working right we fix it, simple as that.  We prove that her electrical, mechanical and plumbing systems are correct, safe and functioning properly.  By doing all of this we know our boats quite well from top to bottom and present them fairly and honestly to buyers.

We encourage you to have our boats professionally surveyed as a part of your purchase process.  By the time we’ve finished and the boat is advertised, we’re confident you’ll receive a strong report from your surveyor.

Thank you for considering PMF boats in your search !