United Kingdom198210.06 m/33 ft
1982 Moody 333 £22,500
The Moody 333 offers walkthrough accommodation to the aft cabin. Wheeled helm and centre cockpit. "The Vindi" is a very well looked after example of this class and is a very good sea boat. The Moody 333 designed by Angus Primrose makes a great family cruiser with plenty of volume for extended cruising or even living aboard in 3 cabins for up to 6 crew with separate heads, along with 5`11" headroom throughout.
This Moody 333 offers 6 berths in 3 cabins. In the Aft cabin there is a double berth with a dressing table and small chest of drawers, hanging lockers in walkthrough. In the main cabin are 2 settee berths, both port and starboard. In the galley area is equipped with a fridge, Neptune gas hob, SMEV oven and grill, and microwave. Pressurised hot and cold-water system to sink, washbasin and shower in heads compartment. Hot water supplied by engine and immersion heater. Marine heads with 45 litre holding tank. Heated throughout by gas warm air and a Taylors paraffin heater. Radio/CD Tv/DVD players
Deck Equipment 1 x Anchor CQR 25lbs 1 x Kedge (fisherman) Windlass (manual) Mainsail cover Sprayhood Full cockpit enclosure Boarding ladder 8 x Fenders Dinghy (Zodiac Cadet Rib) Outboard engine (Mercury 3.2hp) Davits Navigation Equipment VHF Radio (Garmin 200i chart table) VHF Radio (Garmin GHS10i in cockpit) VHF Handheld (ICOM I-C3 Euro) VHF Handheld (Swiftech M-198) AIS (Garmin 600) 2012 GPS/Chartplotter (Garmin 750 in cockpit) 2012 Speed/Depth (Garmin GMi10) 2012 Radar (Raytheon RL9 Garmin GPS 128 at chart table Garmin GPS Map 180 in cockpit Autopilot (Autohelm3000) Navigation lights Clock/Barometer Safety Equipment 3 x Fire extinguishers 1 x Fire blanket Gas alarm Smoke alarm Jackstays 2 x Cockpit harness points 4 x Harnesses Spotlight Horseshoe lifebuoy Floating light Emergency tiller 2 x Manual bilge pumps 3 x Electric bilge pumps First aid kit Radar reflector Keel/Hull Fin Keel, Wheel steering History and Construction Designed by Angus Primrose, Built by Marine Projects (Plymouth) Ltd in 1982. White grp hull with style stripes. White grp coachroof with moulded non-skid decks. Cast iron fin keel. Wheel steering to skeg hung rudder. Self-draining centre cockpit and large anchor well. Alloy toe rails and alloy framed windows. Stainless steel safety rails and guard wires. The Moody 333 was the final version of the long-running Moody range based on the same 33 ft hull moulding. The Moody 333, built from around 1981 to 1983, differs from the earlier Mk I and Mk II 33s primarily in having an aft cabin accessible from the saloon, with a proper double berth in place of the two singles on the 33s. Owned by the current owner for the last 8 years.
Sails and Spars Sloop rigged deck stepped mast with single spreader. Fully battened mainsail with Lazyjacks. Genoa fitted with Rotostay furling gear. Winches 4 x Anderson sheet winches self-tailing 3 x Barbarossa halyard winches Sails 1 x Mainsail (Sobstad 1996) 1 x Genoa (Sobstad 1996) 1 x Cruising chute 1 x Spare main 1 x Spare genoa Mechanical Systems This Moody 333 is powered by a Thorneycroft T90 36hp Diesel 4 cylinder, with indirect cooling inboard engine. Last serviced 2010. Shaft drive to a 3 bladed propeller. Cruising speed of 6 knots and a maximum speed of 7 knots. Fuel capacity of 85 litres. Last out of water service, January 2018. Electrical Systems 5 x 12-volt batteries charging from engine alternator, solar panel, and wind generator. Also fitted with a 1kva inverter, immersion heater, shore power supply with 240-volt ring main with 240 volt battery charger
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