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Moody 33 Mk II

£19,750

SOLD

Moody 33 Mk II for sale

Year

1979

LOA

33' 0"

Beam

11' 5"

Draught

4' 5"

Keel type

Fin

Engine

Vetus diesel

HP

35

The Moody 33 is a moderately fast centre cockpit cruiser with excellent accommodation for her size, and a powerful engine. The Moody 33 makes an excellent family cruising yacht, if you are happy to accept access to the aft cabin via the cockpit. This is a very well looked after example with a recently replaced engine and a good inventory. She is certainly a lot of sound and capable yacht for the money.

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The Moody 33, designed by Angus Primrose and built by Marine Projects Ltd., was first introduced in 1973. It was the first Moody design specifically aimed at mass production, rather than semi-custom designs, and rapidly became very popular.

One of the first Moody 33s was taken more or less straight off the Marine Projects production line by Angus Primrose and entered in the Azores and back (AZAB) Race in 1974, coming 4th. He later also sailed the same boat in two OSTARS and a Round Britain Race.

The Moody 33 went through several minor revisions, and remained in production until late 1983. The Mk I models were built until 1976, and Mk II from 1976-1981. They have slight variations in internal layout, to the galley, chart table and saloon. Externally the only obvious difference is that Mk Is have a central hatch to the aft cabin, whilst in Mk IIs this is offset to port. From 1979 to 1981 an aft-cockpit version, the 33S, was also offered. The 1981 Moody 333 is very similar to the Mk 1, but has a walk-through to the aft cabin from the main saloon. In late 1983, this model was finally replaced by the Moody 34.

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Inventory:

Engine details

Vetus M4.35 35 hp 4-cylinder 1,758cc diesel, freshwater cooled, installed new 2016, run 370 hours.

Fuel tank capacity

40 gallons

Propeller

Three bladed fixed

Batteries

95AH and 85AH services batteries, plus 95AH engine start battery

Battery charging /electrics

Engine alternator. NASA BM-1 power monitor

Sails and deck equipment

Rig details

Sloop rig, Proctor alloy spars with S/S standing rigging dating from 2006.

Mainsail

Collins Sails slab reefing ( 2 reefs ) with stackpack type cover

Genoa

Collins Sails - new UV strip 2020

Genoa furling

Sailspar continuous line furler

Spinnaker

Yes

Cruising chute

Cruising chute with snuffer

Primary winches

2 x Lewmar 42

Secondary winches

2 x Lewmar 40 spinnaker winches and 2 x Lewmar 25 halliard winches, halliards led aft to cockpit

Bower anchor

35 lb CQR with 60 metres 10mm chain

Kedge anchors

Fortress with chain and warp

Anchor windlass

Simpson-Lawrence electric windlass with handheld control

Steering

Wheel

Autopilot

2 x autopilots, Autohelm 7000 with below-decks ram drive and Autohelm 4000 wheelpilot.

Steering compass

Rigel Poseidon on binnacle

Warps & fenders

4 warps and 8 fenders

Miscellaneous

Cockpit sprayhood, dodgers, cockpit cushions and cockpit table

Navigation Equipment and instruments

GPS

MLR FX-312

GPS/Chartplotter

2 x plotters; Navman Tracker 5100 at chart table and Navman Tracker 5600 in cockpit. Both have internal GPS and C-Map cartridges for English channel

Log/speed

Brookes & Gatehouse Hornet

Depth sounder

NASA Clipper with repeater

Windspeed/ direction

Brookes & Gatehouse Hornet

Navtex

NASA PC Navtex (requires a laptop or notebook PC)

VHF radio

Swiftech M168. New VHF aerial and Windex at masthead 2020.

Radio receiver

JVC radio/CD

Safety/emergency equipment

Liferaft

Seago 4-man valise serviced to 2/2022

Lifebuoy

2 x horseshoe

Radar reflector

Echomax on mast

Bilge pumps

2 x manual pumps and 2 x electric

Miscellaneous

Pilot 2-channel gas alarm and Honeywell CO alarm

Interior

Cabin layout

Forecabin, heads, saloon and aft cabin accessed from cockpit

Cabin heating

Eberspacher D3L blown hot air diesel heating -outlets in forecabin, saloon and aft cabin

Berths

6

Water tank capacity

40 gallons. Pressurised hot water from Main Nymph on-demand gas heater

Cooker

Flavel gas

Coolbox

Front-opening fridge

Heads

Blakes Lavac

Miscellaneous

Dinghy

Seago 2-man inflatable - available by separate negotiation

Outboard

2 hp Mariner - available by separate negotiation

Cradle

Steel cradle - available by separate negotiation



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