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Model: Moody 33
Price: £25,500 (GBP)
Year: 1976
Hull: GRP

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Model: Moody 33
Price: £25,500 (GBP)
Year: 1976
Hull: GRP
LOA: 33' 0" (10.1m)
Beam: 10' 1" (3.1m)
Draft: 4' 4" (1.4m)
Keel: Fin
Rig: Bermudan sloop
Engine Type: Thornycroft T90 38hp
Engine: Inboard diesel
Fuel: Diesel
Location: N.Wales

Well maintained by the present owner, and with a very full inventory and realistically priced this is an opportunity to purchase a superb version of The Moody 33 range. She features all furling sails with inmast reefing on the Main sail, and rotostay roller furling on the genoa making her to manage for the single hander. In addition to the double berths fitted as standard in the forecabin and the main saloon, the berths in the aft cabin have been modified to a double.This has in fact resulted in more storage space becoming available in the aft cabin. The electric powered anchor winch can be activated from the foredeck or from the centre cockpit.
The vessel was last surveyed in 2004


Accommodation:
A total of seven berths are available.
There is a double berth in the forecabin, a double and a quarter berth in the main saloon, and a double berth in the aft cabin. There is a separate heads compartment with a hanging locker,Shower and a wash hand basin.
Galley:
Well equipped with a Waeco cooker which has a two burner hob, grill and oven. A fridge, and a sink with pressurised hot/cold water.
The vessel is fitted with a Calorifier.
Sails:
An in mast reefing main sail, a furling genoa and a cruising chute, all in good condition

Instruments:
DSC radio, Navtex chart plotter, Autohelm, hand held vhf, Nasa wind speed/direction.
Electrical System:
12volt dc and also Ac mains hook up
Equipment:
Six man life raft.
Solar panel.
Additional Info:
The tender, new outboard motor and a new yet to be fitted Eberspacher heater, plus the galvanised cradle are all available subject to negotiation.




A view from the port side - She is stored ashore on her cradle

Seen from ahead -

Another view from ahead - The hull and topsides are remarkably clean and free from marks.

View from port -

View from starboard bow -

As seen from starboard side -

View fro astern - Note the gantry carrying the solar panel etc

View below the waterline -

The rudder -

The propellor - As seen from the port side aft

The hull - as seen from starboard side aft

Port bow - Hull detail

The hull and keel - Clean and ready to be anti fouled

The pushpit - Note the gantry and davits

Headsail reefing gear -

The anchor winch - This is a powered winch which can be opersated from both the foredeck and the cockpit

The forehatch -

Starboard side -

General deck view -

Mast detail - The main sail is fitted for in mast reefing

The inmast reefing line -

A cockpit view - A large central cockpitwith the helm and binnacle.

The sarboard side deck - Looking forward

The view ahead - Note the excellent visibility through the sprayhood.

Another view of the cockpit -

The mainsheet - Which is located on the coach roof of the aft cabin

The view below the new sprayhood - The companionway doors are an improvement, improving the light into the saloon.

The view into the main saloon - As seen from the companionway

The main saloon - Looking forward

The quarter berth - located on the port side of the saloon

The heads compartment - Note the wet locker located behind the loo

Another view of the forecabin - Lots of space available

The forecabin - As can be seen from this shot there are large storage compartments on both sides of the forecabin

The wash hand basin - This is located on the port side opposite the toilet

The main companionway -

Another view of the dining area - This is a large seating area as well as a potential double berth

The dining area - This converts to a double berth

General view of the galley - The galley is located on the port side of the main saloon, note the large Gas/electric fridge.

The navigation station - Which is located over the quarter berth

A view fro the forecabin looking aft - The toilet and wash basin are in the next compartment aft

The aft cabin - Access is from the cockpit

The aft cabin - A view from the hatchway

The double berth - This cabin has been converted fro two single berths to a large double

The engine compartment - Access is from the cockpit and is exellent

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mast detail - Note the in mast reefing system

The cockpit locker -

Gas locker -

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Model: Moody 33
Price: £25,500 (GBP)
Year: 1976
Hull: GRP
LOA: 33' 0" (10.1m)
Beam: 10' 1" (3.1m)
Draft: 4' 4" (1.4m)
Keel: Fin
Rig: Bermudan sloop
Engine Type: Thornycroft T90 38hp
Engine: Inboard diesel
Fuel: Diesel
Location: N.Wales

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