Moody - MOODY 30
Accommodation<br /><br />The Moody 30 accommodation offers six berths in two cabins with approximately 6' headroom. Forecabin with V-berth, infill to make a double, hatch to foredeck and storage. Heads compartment to starboard fitted with a marine toilet, washbasin with combined showerhead, mirror and storage. Large hanging locker to port. Saloon with L-shaped settee and dining table with folding leaves to port, small settee berth to starboard and excellent stowage. Galley aft to port (modified to provide improved access) and equipped with a Nelson Spinflo 2-burner gas cooker with oven and grill, twin sinks, top loading fridge and storage in various lockers, shelves and drawers. Sliding chart table to starboard over a generous quarter berth. Pressurised hot and cold water supplied via calorifier with immersion coil (gas instant water heater still installed but not currently in use). 12v Fan and calorific gas heater (may not meet current requirements). Blue/green upholstery throughout (all new including flame retardant foam in 1997). <br /><br />Mechanical Systems<br /><br />Located under cockpit sole, Yanmar 3GM30FW 3-cylinder 27hp diesel engine (new 2003). Freshwater cooled. Single lever controls mounted on binnacle with electric start. Saildrive (new gaiter June 2014) to fixed pitch propeller (not currently fitted). <br /><br />The engine appears to be in very good condition, has been maintained to a high standard and in June 2014 had a thorough overhaul by the local Yanmar main agent. This included cleaning and overhauling the cylinder head, honing bores in block, new piston rings and one new piston, refurbishing injectors, replacing the saildrive gaiter and servicing. <br /><br />Electrical Systems<br /><br />2 x 12v Batteries charged via engine alternator. Shorepower system with ringmains, Sterling battery charger and immersion coil for water heating. Upgraded electrical distribution panel. Full cabin lighting. <br /><br />Spars & Sails<br /><br />Masthead bermudan sloop rig. Silver anodised aluminium mast and boom. Spinnaker pole. Stainless steel standing rigging (new 2005). Terylene running rigging. 2 x Lewmar 30 self-tailing sheet winches (new 2015). Slab reefing mainsail with lazyjacks. Rotostay headsail furling system (new 2002). 2 x Lewmar 6 spinnaker winches. 2 x Mast mounted halyard winches. <br /><br /> Mainsail and furling Genoa<br /><br /><br />Deck Equipment<br /><br /> Anchor with chain<br /> Simpson-Lawrence Seawolf electric anchor windlass (refurbished 2003)<br /> Stainless steel pushpit, pulpit and aluminium stanchions<br /> Blue Weathermax sprayhood with Strataglass perspex and stainless steel grab handles (new October 2015)<br /> Blue full cockpit enclosure (new 2006)<br /> Teak coachroof grabrails<br /> Fixed transom boarding ladder<br /> Removable teak cockpit table mounted on pedestal<br /> Midship cleats<br /> Warps and fenders<br /><br /><br />Navigation Equipment<br /><br /> Binnacle mounted compass<br /> Silva S15 DSC VHF radio<br /> Navico RT6500S backup VHF radio<br /> Navman 4100 fishfinder and echo sounder<br /> Navman 3100 wind instrument<br /> Navman 5505 GPS colour chart plotter<br /> Raymarine ST6002 Smartpilot autopilot head<br /> Raymarine Smartpilot X5 course computer and SPX5 wheel unit<br /> Alpine CD/radio stereo system<br /> Navigation lights<br /><br /><br />Safety Equipment<br /><br /> Fire extinguishers<br /> Horseshoe lifebuoy<br /> Radar reflector<br /> Manual and electric bilge pumps<br /><br /><br />Construction<br /><br />Moody 30 built by Marine Projects (Plymouth) Ltd in 1978 to an Angus Primrose design. White GRP hull (professionally resprayed 2013) with cream superstructure and decks with moulded non-slip surfaces. Cast iron fin keel. Upgraded Whitlock binnacle mounted wheel steering with hide bound wheel to skeg hung rudder. Aluminium toe rails. Self draining gas locker. Self draining aft cockpit. <br /><br />The topsides, superstructure and decks are all in unusually good cosmetic condition and the hull was epoxy coated for preventative purposes in 2000. Zingari has clearly been maintained to an excellent standard and benefits from many upgrades and improvements across the years.
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