Volvo Penta D4-300

Leader 40 – A balance of efficiency and performance

Jeanneau Leader 40 with Volvo D4-300 DPs – the optimum balance of efficiency and performance Fitted with Volvo Penta’s ultra-reliable D4-300 diesel engines, this high-specification boat strikes the optimum balance between performance and fuel efficiency. The D4-300 is an in-line 4-cylinder, 3.7-litre cubic capacity engine with common-rail fuel injection, double overhead camshafts and turbo blending rock-solid reliability with

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Introducing the all new Cap Camarat 12.5 WA!

The all new Cap Camarat 12.5 WA takes the Cap Camarat range into the world of large, luxurious, outboard day cruisers. This outstanding new model is making its debut at the Nautic Paris Boat Show in December! With a maximum length of 11.90m and a width of 3.58m the new Cap Camarat 12.5 WA offers well-defined

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Park & Ride

The benefits of Park & Ride  

Started in the lakes of America, the concept of Park & Ride was an easy way for people to get into boating! Back in the 60’s companies had set up looking after peoples’ boats so they could drive out to the lakes on a Saturday morning, spend a few hours touring around or doing water

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Junior Yardsperson wanted!

With almost 50 years of trading, Morgan Marine has built-up a solid reputation within the leisure marine industry, maintaining our vision of being the best small boatyard in the UK by far. We are now embarking on exciting expansion plans that will form part of our journey in earning our place amongst the best small

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Winterisation at Morgan Marine

Winterisation…what’s it all about?

As winter is nearly upon as again many boat-owners will start talking about winterisation …for those unsure of what exactly this is, then read on!  Mid October may feel a little early to consider the prospect of ‘setting-up’ your boat for the winter. However, November is just around the corner, frosts are on their way

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Press Gangs and the King’s Shilling

Press Gangs and the Kings shilling! The practice of impressment (also known as shanghai-ing or crimping) was common in all the world’s ports until about 1820, and was widely used by Britain’s Royal Navy to maintain crew numbers on its warships. Press gangs (derive from the term impressment, which can be defined as, the act

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Special Winter Promotion from Morgan Marine!

With over 40 years experience on the water, we are always well aware of the need to stay safe when boating. So, it was fitting that our special winter promotion should focus on your safety. We are offering a FREE Morgan Marine safety kit, which comprises: 4x life jackets (These can be for an adult,

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Cap Camarat 6.5 Centre Consul (CC) - Series 3

Cap Camarat 6.5 Centre Consul (CC) – Series 3

The Cap Camarat 6.5 Centre Consul (CC) – Series 3, features a new hull designed by Michael Peters, with all the inherent seaworthy qualities of the Cap Camarat range but with this latest evolution the entirely redesigned hull is far more stronger and more dynamic in its abilities. It can now be equipped with a 200

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new NC37

New Jeanneau NC 37

New Jeanneau NC 37 The New Jeanneau NC 37 boasts all the usual refinements and build quality you would expect from Jeanneau combined with an outstanding hull design from Michael Peters, guaranteeing smooth, comfortable cruising, with reliable handling and great seakeeping. The NC37’s styling is very open plan – allowing more of the ‘outdoors’ in

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The Fighting Temeraire

The Fighting Temeraire – a brief history

The Fighting Temeraire Here at Morgan Marine we love all nautical history and being a relatively small island surrounded by water much of this history is Naval. One such piece of history is the story of the The Fighting Temeraire…immortalised by William Turner at the 1839 Royal Academy exhibition, which was to become one of

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