This Moody 31 is a good example of the Moody 31 Yacht, an ever popular family cruiser, built by Moody in 1984 designed by Bill Dixon of the moody yard. The Moody 31 Yacht is in a class of its own a timeless sailing yacht with quality finishing compromising of a simple well thought through design, making this yacht a delight to be aboard. "Canny lass" has bilge keels much sought after by all who sail in narrow estuaries and on the coast of North Wales.
I have owned the boat for the past 10 years, she has had 3 owners from new. 'Canny Lass' has been lightly cruised over the west coast of the UK by our family and has served us many enjoyable memories.
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Below decks comprise of companionway steps leading down to the main saloon with a well proportioned chart table to port. The L shaped galley is opposite and to starboard comprising of a Plastimo two burner gas cooker with oven and hob. Adjacent to the cooker is a well proportioned fridge with freezer compartment. Aft and starboard of the companionway stairs is a comfortable large berth found in a separate cabin. Access to the rear of the engine can be gained through this starboard rear cabin. Port side aft of the yacht is a well proportioned Jabsco head that will double up as hanging locker. The chart table is ideally situated midships with a forward facing chart table.
The large comfortable saloon comprises of a central opening leaf fixed table with ample seating for four or six . Port and starboard seating in the saloon offers alternative berthing arrangements, ideal for long passage making where the main cabins are left free for a third watch or none sailing guests. A comfortable V berth in the forward cabin compromises of two separate berths that can be made up into a large double using the infill. 'Canny Lass' sleeps six comfortably using two cabins and the saloon.
Plough anchor with 60m of 8mm chain
Electrical anchor windlass
Spare kidge anchor
6 x Fenders
Guardwire from pullpit to pushpit
Garmin Speed Log
Silva Depth Echosounder
XM DSC VHF Radio
Clipper wind direction instrument
Interfaced Garmin 120 XL GPS
Raymarine ST 2000 Autopilot
1 x Manual bilge pump
2 x life jackets
3 x Manual Fire extinguishers
Moody 31 Mk I built by Moody (Marine Projects Ltd) in 1984
Well presented example of the ever popular Bill Dixon design
GRP hull, deck and superstructure
White hull colour
Volvo Penta with remote morse control forward and reverse driving a two blade prop.
3x 12v batteries
Batteries charged via engine alternator and 240 battery charger
240v Shore power
Shore power cable
Cold water only
1 x Fuel tank - 80 litres
1 x Water tank - 250 litres
Genoa, main and cruising chute
2 x Lemar genoa winches
1 x Lemar Spinnaker sheet with 2 speeds
3 x Halyards
Service and Maintenance History:
In recent year she has had rudder bearings, fuel injections, the port keel removed and re-bedded. Cutlass bearing.
The engines and fuel systems have been serviced annually.