Moody 35

45,000 Tax Paid | Plymouth United Kingdom
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Summary

  • Make Moody
  • Model 35
  • Year 1990
  • LOA 35ft/11m
  • Class Sailing Cruiser
  • Hull Glass Reinforced Plastic
  • Keel Fin Keel
  • Rig Sloop
  • Engine Single Diesel
  • Layout Centre Cockpit
  • Berths 6
  • Cabins 3
  • Aft Cabins 1
  • Ancasta Ref 35428
  • Name Deneb

Overview

Designed by Bill Dixon and built by Marine Projects (Plymouth) Ltd, a fast, safe and comfortable family boat offering excellent spacious accommodation for extended period on board.

Build

MOODY 35 built 1990, commissioned 1991
Designed by Bill Dixon and built by Marine Projects, Plymouth
Spacious centre cockpit family cruiser

CONSTRUCTION
GRP hull, deck & superstructure
Fin keel
Wheel steering

LOA - - - 10.52m (34'6")
LWL - - - 8.78m (28'10")
BEAM - - - 3.62m (11'10")
DRAFT - - - 1.6M (5'3")
DISPLACEMENT - 12,800LBS
BALLAST - - - 4,750LBS

ALL FIGURES ARE APPROXIMATE

Rig

Masthead sloop with Kemp anodised aluminium double spreader spars
Stainless steel standing rigging
All running rigging lines led aft to cockpit
Spinnaker gear and pole

SAILS
Lucas fully-battened mainsail
Original mainsail in working order
Hyde Sails 140% furling genoa
Offshore No 3 furling jib
Tri-radial cut spinnaker in red, white & blue
Zipped sailbag and lazyjacks

WINCHES
Two Lewmar self-tailing genoa sheet winches
One Lewmar spinnaker sheet winch
One Lewmar halyard winch
One Lewmar control winch

Accommodation

Sleeps six in two doubles and two singles in three cabins, inlcuding saloon
Forecabin has wardrobes and 'V' berth with insert to make double
Main saloon has two single settee berths
Owner's cabin aft has large double berth to port, seating area to starboard, storage, wardrobe and en-suite access to the heads compartment
Large heads has Jabsco marine toilet with all pipes replaced in 2018, handbasin and shower with auto pump-out
Gas cooker in galley
Pale blue upholstery, teak interior
Fitted sheets for berths

Machinery

Thorneycroft 38HP four cylinder inboard diesel engine
Shaft-drive to fixed two-bladed propeller
Ambassador rope cutter
Morse controls
Annually serviced
Oil filled stern gland, new 1999

ELECTRICS
Two 12v 105AH switched domestic batteries (2016)
Charging by engine alternator and 240v battery management system Kisae Abso battery charger (2016)
Shorepower
Four internal 240v sockets

TANKAGE
One 182 litre (40 gal) fuel tank (refurbished 2020)
Drain cock fitted to bottom of tank starboard side when fuel guage replaced
Two 91 litre (20 gal) stainless steel fresh water tanks

WATER SYSTEM
Hot & cold pressurised fresh water system heated by calorifier on main engine

Inventory

NAVIGATION AIDS
Plastimo binnacle compass
Stowe Navigator 2 speed/log
Stowe depth sounder with alarm
Digital radar 4 Kw 18" Raytheon
Raymarine DSC radio 54e
Furuno GPS
Autohelm ST6000 autopilot
Standard Horizon handheld VHF HX 300E
Raymarine e Series chartplotter
Chart set (English Channel) and chart table instruments
Raymarine AIS + splitter/Seatalk integrated
Steaming, deck, anchor, tri-colour and bow and stern navigation lights

GROUND TACKLE
CQR anchor with 35m chain
Smaller CQR kedge anchor


GENERAL EQUIPMENT
Fog horn
Manual and electric bilge pumps
Jackstays
Two horseshoe lifebuoys with lights
Danbuoy with flag
Sprayhood (new 2010)
Seago 270 dinghy (new 2016)
Honda 2.3 hp petrol outboard
Warps, fenders, boathook and mooring pickups
Wheel binnacle cover
Teak cockpit table
Assorted cooking utensils, cutlery and glasses
Assorted linen inlcuding saloon cushions
Custom made cockpit cushions
4 x autoinflating lifejackets
Arimar emergency liferaft (needs service)
Tools and boat husbandry equipment and materials
Water hoses and shore power cables

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