Moody 33 MKII built in 1980 and designed by Angus Primrose. This Moody 33 has had a new Beta Marine 35HP diesel engine fitted in 2007 and was re-wired in 2010 The yacht herself is a centre cockpit design, separate aft cabin and an ideal family cruising yacht and an outstanding reputation for sea keeping.
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Moody 33MKII designed by Angus Primrose and built by Marine Projects Ltd in Plymouth.
The MKII version was built from 1976-1981. There are slight internal differences to the MKI to the galley, chart table and saloon. The cockpit is slightly wider and the hatch access to the aft cabin is slightly offset.
White GRP hull deck and superstructure
LOA 10.06m 33'0"
LWL 8.69m 28'5"
Beam 3.51m 11'5"
Draft 1.35m 4'5"
Displacement 4765 kg 10504 lbs
Ballast 1730 kg 3815 lbs
Beta Marine 35HP 4 Cylinder Diesel Engine. Fitted new 2007
Engine hours approximately 330
Three blade fixed propeller
Re-wired with new control panels 2010
Two 12v 85AH domestic batteries
One Maxx900DC (deep cycle) 50AH starting battery
SLEEPS SIX IN TWO CABINS PLUS SALOON
The forward cabin has a V berth with an infill to make a double berth. There is storage under the berth and has shelving inside the hull for storage. Overhead opening hatch
Just before you enter the forecabin to starboard is the heads compartment. This has hot and cold pressurised water, shower, washbasin, sea toilet, mirror and storage under the washbasin.
The main saloon has settee berths port and starboard, a large folding dining table, aft facing chart table. For entertainment there is a radio CD with two internal speakers.
Well equipped galley with top loading fridge, hot and cold pressurised water, Microwave and a two burner gas cooker with oven and grill. There is also a 12v portable coolbox.
The aft cabin is accessed via the cockpit and has twin berths, storage unde rthe berths and a small vanity cupboard.
Anchor and chain
Two bow cleats
Two spring cleats
Two stern cleats
Aluminium toe rails
Teak hand rails on coach roof
Mainsheet traveller mounted aft of cockpit
Genoa cars and tracks port and starboard
Two cockpit lockers
Stainless steel davits
Stainless steel boarding ladder
One Lewmar single speed on mast for halyard winch
Two Lewmar twin speed self tailing genoa winches
Sloop masthead rig
Roller boom mainsail reefing
Furling genoa system
Standard Horizon GPS chartplotter
Apelco AR16 radar
Standard Horizon GX1500E DSC VHF
Autohelm tridata (speed, log and depth)
Electric bilge pump
manual bilge pump
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