As beautiful as her namesake, Justine 36 was the first Morris/Paine design which included the ability to race as well as cross the oceans in comfort and safety. Her objective was to bridge the gap between traditional-styled boats and modern, technically advanced underbodies. With her balanced sail plan, she created a new generation of classically styled cruising boats specifically for the short-handed cruising sailor or cruising couple of today.
5-night minimum charter.


Emilia sleeps 6 guests in two cabins. A forward cabin V-berth accommodates two. The main cabin settee provides a double and a single berth opposite, and there is a roomy quarter berth aft to port. The enclosed head includes an integrated shower, marine toilet, and custom lockers and drawers. The U-shaped galley features a three-burner Propane stove with oven and broiler and a large ice-box with efficient engine driven refrigeration. Opposite the galley is a comfortable outboard facing, full sized nav-station with custom built-in instrumentation and versatile bench. The electrical system includes 30AMP shore power and 12v/110v power.


  • Raymarine eS127 Chartplotter
  • Raymarine i70’s
  • Raymarine digital radar
  • Autohelm 7000 autopilot

Additional Equipment

  • Cockpit cushions
  • Cockpit table
  • Engine and shore power hot water tank
  • Boarding ladder
  • Espar cabin heater
  • Dodger
  • Bimini


Sleeps: 6 Designer: Morris & Paine LOA: 36′ 3″ LWL: 29′ 6″ Beam: 11′ 7″ Draft: 4′ 6″ Displacement: 15,600 lbs


  • 50 gal water
  • 37 gal fuel


  • Doyle full batten main
  • Doyle 110% roller reefing genoa


$4,750 per week