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Moody 35
(10,52 m) - 1993

Layout :

  • Length : 10,52 m (34' 5")
  • Beam : 3,62 m (11'8")
  • Draft : 1,60 m (5'2")
  • Displacement : 6,4 tons
  • Material : Fiberglass
  • Rigging : Sloop
  • Engine : Perkins 35 HP

French flag. Tax paid for French Polynesia.

Based in French Polynesia


Price : 6 M XPF / 50 000 €

Elegant sailboat, spacious and fast, for offshore trips - 2 double cabins, very nice unit.

Currently in Polynesia. Ready to go.


Interior fittings :

4 to 6 sleeps - 2 double cabins

  • Aft double owner's cabin with ensuite head
  • Double cabin at fore
  • Very pleasant saloon
  • Starboard galley
  • Chart table to port

Listing :

Building and history

MOODY 35 type fiberglass sailboat built by Moody & Son, according to designs by architect Bill Dixon.
The boat has been perfectly maintained from the first owner to its current owner. It is today a magnificent sailing boat as pleasant for offshore trips as for life on board.

Engine

Perkins 35 HP diesel ≈ 3300 hours (upgradeable) with indirect cooling by heat exchanger
Shaft line transmission via an oil bath reverser
Classic shaft seal with braid
Two-blade fixed bronze propeller
Diesel tank 168 L

Sloop rigging

Anodized aluminum ENKEL mast
Single-strand stainless steel rigging, crimped at the ends
Stainless steel chain-plates
Chrome bronze open cage rigging turnbuckles
Aluminum double spreaders rig
ENKEL boom in anodized aluminum
1 Anodized aluminum spinnaker pole vertically along the mast
Dacron genoa on RECKMANN furling system
Dacron semi-battened mainsail of 2017
Storm-jib
Staysail
New replacement mainsheet for mainsail

Ground tackle

Pro-Series 1000 - 12V windlass with wireless remote control
Main anchorage: stainless steel Krok bow anchor 37Kg + 50 m of 8m chain
Secondary anchorage: flat aluminum stern anchor + textile webbing mooring line on furler
Replacement bow Krok anchor

Confort

2 Freshwater tanks of 80L, total 160 L
ECHO2TEC 40 L/h water maker with drinking water treatment
Hot water tank
Oil-fired heating system
Fan 220V
Double sink with thremostatic tap drinking water
Vertical self-priming hand pump for seawater
TECHIMPEX 3-burner stainless steel gas stove
Refrigerator DOMETIC
1 Washbasin with mixer tap
Shower
Toilet
holding tank
Speaker for VHF

Electrics

5 * 100A house batteries
CRISTEC shore power
Inverter 12V / 220V 400W
On-board electrical controls and central circuit breaker
3 Solar panels 150W
Wind turbine D400 (spare regulator)
Load controllers
220V shore power including connectors and cables

Navigation electronics and instruments

Raymarine Smartpilot X5 autopilot
ST4000+ MK2 Wheel
Control panel ST6002
Raymarine wind gauge
Databox Dataline STOWE
Depth sounder, speedo, engine hours
Hydrovane self steering vane

Dinghy

AB 2.90 m dinghy - 4 persons
Mercury SeaPro 15 HP outboard engine
Feeder tank 20 L
Miscellaneous: inflator + hand pump + anchor grapple for dinghy + 10 L feeder tank

Safety equipment

6 Life jackets
2 Safety harnesses with lanyards
2 Lifelines
2 * 12V electric pumps for new bilges
Smoke detectors
Fire extinguishers

Miscellaneous

Hard bimini, aluminum frames and glass panes, 2 movable windows
Emergency tiller system
4 * 20L diesel cans
1 * 20L gasoline can
Material for self steering vane
Numerous halyards and sheets
Mobile 2-wing cockpit table
Side and aft cockpit cover enclosures
Magma gas BBQ
Mast chair
Plenty of storage space throughout the boat
Dishes, frying pans, pots and pans
Numerous tools
Many spare parts: stainless steel fittings, filters 5μm and 30 μm, spare blades...
TOOLOVA cable laying needle
Different anodes, different electrical materials, belts for alternator, self-priming vertical hand pump for sea water spare ...
International maritime signal flags (letters and numbers)
Maintenance invoices available

Main strengths

Very comfortable sailboat, well equipped and in good condition.
Solid and comfortable, ready to go.

Last modified : 16/03/2021



ATTENTION

The boat's inventories are based on the indications given by the owners and even if we do our best to see that they are in accordance with the reality, there might be some differences. The boat's and equipment's condition has to be checked jointly by the buyer and seller before the sale. The respective responsibilities of both the seller and the buyer remain intact. In no case can Raiatea-yacht be held responsible for any defect on the boat.



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