A sporty and elegant yacht capable of combining exceptional performance to a visual impact of great charm and harmony

A recognizable style where rigor, meticulous essentialness and coherence create a perfect balance between refined taste and culture. A unique personality which has made the Morgan 44 Lobster Boat an international icon. The balance between the choice of precious and natural materials, the best on board equipment available and the linearity of the boat make it perfect.

The 44 ft was the first Morgan motor yacht inspired by the lobster boats born in New England during the 1950's and originally used for lobster fishing.

Designed by the Besozzi-Selvetti Firm, the 44 Lobster Boat has inaugurated a new range of Morgan boats, which has been added to that of the Fast Commuters, which Morgan has been building for over 10 years.

The atmosphere of the past can be experienced on board the 44 Lobster Boat. An atmosphere which captures the flavors of the sea and transforms them into a romantic and inebriating scent making the time spent on board unforgettable.

A sporty and elegant yacht capable of combining exceptional performance to a visual impact of great charm and harmony.

The 44 Lobster Boat has received important awards all over the world which have made it a real star of the classic vessels category.

The 44 Lobster Boat is equipped with two 440 Hp Yanmar engines each of which allows a cruising speed of 30 knots and a maximum speed of 34 knots.

open spaces

A 13,50 mt Open which maximizes the external areas, this is the philosophy which distinguishes the Lobster Boats. The cockpit with its ample sofa is therefore the fulcrum of the boat, the natural connection between the bathing platform and the elegant and comfortable interiors. An open habitat where the interiors flow into the exteriors creating an unicum, whilst maintaining rigorous privacy.

The living area

On the main deck, starboard side, there is a table with an L-shaped sofa with comfortable seating for six. On the portside, there is a wall cabinet which converts into a galley so that pleasurable moments can be spent there as well. A bit further along is the main helm situated in the dinette thus allowing the pleasure of cruising in the company of the guests

Sleeping quarters

Past the main helm, there are a few steps which lead to the sleeping quarters where the corridor gives access to the owner cabin at bow, to the guest cabin and to the bathroom. The owner cabin is comfortable, refined and luminous thanks to the interiors realized with skillful use of oak and precious fabric. A spacious chest of drawers is positioned under the bed, two ample wardrobes and additional lockers take advantage of all the spaces on the cabin interior as well as on the entire yacht. The guest cabin has L-positioned twin beds, in order to make the most of the available space. This latter cabin is decorated in the Anglo-Saxon style which echoes throughout the boat. The bathroom is equipped with a classic washbasin with elegant star-shaped fixtures and ample shower with seating.