This fin keel version of the popular Moody 33 S, designed by Angus Primrose, has been very well maintained in her present and previous ownerships. As our photographs show she is well presented and in excellent condition.
She has had her standing rigging professionally replaced in 2017, and the original Bukh 20 replaced in 2015 with a Bukh 24 HP with approximately 181 hrs use. The cooling water and fuel pre filter were replaced at this time.
The present owners have re wired the boat, fitted an electric windlass, and a 12v distribution board.
Other electrical upgrades including a new diode split charger for engine and service batteries. A NASA battery monitor and a Vesper Marine XB 8000 AIS transponder have been fitted.
The internal saloon woodwork has been upgraded in African teak where possible.
The present owners bought her in 2013, the previous owners having invested in a significant re-fit in 2011 when the following work was carried out:
New chain plates
Starboard and port baby stays replaced
Genoa tracks re sealed
New P bracket
Keel bolts replaced.
There is no recent survey but the 2013 survey is available. This does not reflect work undertaken since this time.
We strongly advise an early visit to view this boat.
The interior is attractively presented with much of the cabinetry upgraded to African teak. Headlining, upholstery and curtains are in good order.
Seating is arranged around a saloon table that will fold down. The chart table is to starboard, aft of the saloon. The galley is to port.
Marian offers seven berths. The forecabin has a V berth with infill, room to stand, and storage. In the saloon there is a single berth to port. The U shaped seating to starboard creates a double berth by pulling out the base and adding additional upholstery. A further double is provided aft of the chart table. This berth can be partitioned off from the saloon with a sliding hatch and curtain.
The galley comprises a 2 burner gas cooker with oven and grill and sink with Rimini gas water heater. There is a cupboard to house a cold box with power point.
The heads is a good size with washbasin, sea toilet and mirror. There is a holding tank installed that a new owner many choose to connect. The wet locker is at the rear of the heads. In addition to storage under berths there is hanging storage to port, opposite the heads.
The cockpit has comfortable seat and back cushions and a cockpit table.
Mainsail (JKA) slab reefed
Furling Genoa (JKA)
Cruising chute (JKA)
Storm jib (JKA)
Standard Horizon CP300 chart plotter
Simrad VHF radio
Nasa Marine battery monitor
Stackpack and lazy jacks
2 x winch covers
2 x jack stays
Liferaft (not in date)
Warps and fenders
2 x fog horns
2 x gas bottles
Electric anchor winch
2 x service batteries, 1 x starter battery
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