Moody 35

59,950 Tax Paid | Plymouth United Kingdom


  • Make Moody
  • Model 35
  • Year 1995
  • LOA 35ft/11m
  • Class Sailing Cruiser
  • Hull Glass Reinforced Plastic
  • Keel Fin Keel
  • Rig Sloop
  • Engine Single Diesel
  • Drive Shaft Drives
  • Layout Centre Cockpit
  • Berths 6
  • Cabins 2
  • Aft Cabins 1
  • Ancasta Ref 33689
  • Name Indigo


Designed by Bill Dixon and built by Marine Projects (Plymouth) Ltd, the Moody 35 is a well-known comfortable blue water cruiser with a very spacious aft cabin. This is a beautifully maintained example with much expenditure during her current ownership.


Elegant sailing cruiser by Marine Projects (Plymouth) Ltd, designed by Bill Dixon.

GRP hull, deck and superstructure
Centre cockpit with wheel steering
Cockpit floor, seats and tread pads fitted with Marine Deck 2000 (reconstituted cork in a rubber binder - fitted by Peninsula Marine 2015)
Fin keel (keel bolts replaced by Peninsula Marine 2016)

LOA: 10.52m - 34'6"
BEAM: 3.62m - 11'10"
DRAFT: 1.60m - 5'3"
UK Registered

February 2019 - lifted, hull rubbed down and two coats of Tiger Extra antifoul applied.
Topsides wax polished.


Kemp aluminium mast and spars
Stainless steel standing rigging - replaced by Hemisphere Rigging in 2016
Running rigging - replaced by Kiwi Marine in 2015
Mainsail reefing
Harken Mk 4 genoa furling system - installed by Hemisphere Rigging 2016
Spinnaker pole
Stack pack and lazy jacks - replaced 2015
Inner forestay set-up - installed by Hemisphere Rigging in 2016
Chainplates resealed

Two x 40 Lewmar 2-speed self-tailing genoa sheet winches
Two x 16 Lewmar 2-speed self-tailing spinnaker sheet winches
Two x 16 Lewmar single speed halyard winches
One x 16 Lewmar single speed winch for genoa furler line

Main - age unknown - recut 2016
Furling Genoa - recut and sunstrip replaced 2016
Both sails washed and serviced annually by Westaway Sail Centre


Twin berth forward (converts to a double), stowage under berths, hanging and storage space in wardrobe, drawer units and shelves.
L-shaped settee to starboard in saloon with fitted leecloth, drop leaf saloon table, settee to port, stowage lockers behind seat backs, cupboards and shelves above both settees.
Navigation area to rear of saloon with teak chart table, chart stowage, drawer unit beneath, and instrument console on two sides.
Heads compartment en-suite access from aft cabin and saloon. Jabsco marine toilet (pump and valve assembly replaced 2017), wash basin and separate shower. Heads outlet seacock replaced by Mountbatten Boathouse 2019.
Galley with twin sinks (sink outlet seacock replaced by Mountbatten Boathouse 2019) 2-burner Techimpex Mastergrill oven & grill, cooker with enamel oven interior (new Feb 2019), 12v top opening fridge cupboards, lockers and drawers including a very practical rubbish holder recessed into the side of the engine compartment housing.
Aft cabin with settee, large double berth, hanging & storage lockers and en-suite access to shower/toilet, as well as separate access through to the galley.
Teak interior joinery
Nereus gas alarm with shut off solenoid (replaced Feb 2019) - fitted June 2015 by Peninsula Marine.
Beautiful stain and water resistant blue Nappa Montigo upholstery - replaced by retired Moody upholsterer in 2015.
Mosquito screens to most hatches and portholes
Eberspacher D4 heating and control box with outlets to both cabins and saloon (2014) - needs service


Cruising speed: 6 knots approximately
Maximum speed: 7 knots approximately
Engine professionally serviced annually - Peninsula Marine or Mountbatten Boathouse - last service February 2019
Shaft drive to 3-bladed Bronze propeller - shaft replaced and prop refurbished by Mountbatten Boathouse in 2016
Traditional stern gland - replaced by Mountbatten Boathouse Jan 2018
Rope cutter
Shaft and hull anodes renewed Feb 2019 by Peninsula Marine

Three Avon leisure 12v batteries - one replaced June 2017 - others tested and found acceptable
Engine charged by engine alternator or by permanently installed 240v battery charger
Marlec Rutland 914i wind generator with HRDi charge controller, mounted on stainless steel pole and frame, fitted by Peninsula Marine 2017
Shorepower connection and cable
Four 240v (13amp) power points

Single 168 litre (37 gallons) fuel tank under companionway
Two water tanks totalling 195 litres (43 gallons) under saloon settees

Pressurised hot and cold water system - water heated via engine
Freshwater pump - replaced by Mountbatten Boathouse June 2015
Note: Boat is not fitted with a calorifier


Ships Compass (original)
Raymarine ST50 Tridata and repeater (2006)
Raymarine ST60 Wind (2006)
Raymarine AIS 650 (class A) and AIS antenna splitter installed by Plymouth Marine Electrics (PME) 2016
Autohelm radar at chart table
Simrad chart plotter at chart table
Raymarine evolution autopilot wheel drive - installed by PME 2016
Simrad RD68 fixed DSC VHF radio
Raymarine Axiom Pro 95 chart plotter mounted on a Scanstrut pod on binnacle (installed by PME 2016, replaced under warranty 2018 - still under warranty)

35 lb Plough anchor to 60m chain (marked with red paint at 5m intervals) and 20m warp
Danforth Kedge anchor with 20m warp on small length of chain
Simpson Lawrence Seawolf 520 electric windlass, completely overhauled 2017 by Peninsula Marine
Windlass remote control fitted 2017 by Peninsula Marine

Manual bilge pump - replaced Dec 2015 by Peninsula Marine
Electrical auto bilge pump system - installed by Peninsula Marine Dec 2015
Four dock side warps, two springs and two long lines for rafting, some with rubber springs
Seven fenders
Navigation lights
Guardwire, pulpit and pushpit - guardwire replaced by Hemisphere Rigging 2017
Miscellaneous engine servicing spares
Sprayhood, sail packaway, lazyjacks, cockpit enclosure with new frames and grabrail - replaced 2015 by Pure Canvas of Plymouth
Wheel cover - 2017
Sony Bluetooth CD player/radio and speakers (replaced approx. 2017)
Stern mounted stainless steel bathing ladder
Two person dinghy (2015) - one patch, professionally applied
2010 Honda 2.3 HP outboard engine mounted on pushpit
Note: The ships clock and barometer are not included in the sale

Ocean Safety ocean standard 4-man liferaft (July 2018) secured in stainless steel frame on pushpit
Horseshoe lifebuoy and Danbuoy mounted on pushpit
Fire blanket in galley
Combined smoke / CO2 detector (2016)
Fire extinguishers (serviced 2016)

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