The Bill Dixon designed Moody S31 is a well built family cruising boat. Her modern and clean interior offers up to 6 berths with 2 separate sleeping cabins. She has been well loved and maintained by her current owners. A must view! Viewing by Appointment at our Suffolk Office (IP10 0LN) - - Click here to reveal phone number - Accommodation
The accommodation offers six berths with 2 separate sleeping cabins. In forecabin, double berth with infill and stowage under. Opening hatch to foredeck and two large hanging lockers. In the saloon, two settee berths with fixed drop leaved saloon table. Chart table to starboard with galley opposite. Two burner gimballed gas cooker with grill and oven. (Two bottles) Stainless steel sink. Hot and cold pressurised water. 136 litres freshwater capacity. Ice box. Separate heads compartment with marine toilet, shower and washbasin. Aft cabin with large comfortable double berth, hanging locker and seat. Escape hatch to the cockpit. She has the original patterned Moody upholstery in excellent codition and blackout curtain in the saloon. Approx 6'1 headroom in the saloon. JVC radio.
Located abaft the companionway, Volvo Penta MD2020 three cylinder 19hp marine diesel engine. Electric start. Fresh water cooled via heat exchanger. Saildrive to three bladed propeller. Single lever engine controls. Fuel gauge. 90 litre fuel capacity. The engine has been regularly serviced, last done in 2018. Saildrive diaphragm changed 2009. Hours are unknown as Volvo meter inoperable (not unusual).
Two 12v 110ah domestic batteries (2016). One 12v engine start battery. 240v ring mains with TBS expert lite battery management system. Alternator charging. 50w solar panel.
Sails & Spars
Masthead rigged bermudan sloop. Deck stepped alloy mast and boom by Selden, 1998. Double spreader rig. Stainless steel standing rigging (2013). Terylene running rigging. All lines led aft to cockpit. Single line slab reefing to mainsail. Furlex headsail furling system. Stackpack with lazyjacks. Two Lewmar 30 self tailing, 2 speed sheet winches. Three Lewmar 8 single speed halyard winches.
Mainsail - Hood Sails - Fair (valeted 2015) Genoa - Hood Sails- Fair (Valeted 2015) Cruising Chute - Jeckells - Fair
Raymarine combined log/speed/depth, 2015 Raymarine windspeed/direction, 2015 ICOM VHF radio ICOM IC-M33 handheld VHF radio Raymarine chart plotter Lowrance 3600 chart plotter Comar AIS receiver Raymarine ST2000 tiller pilot Clock and barometer Deck level navigation lights
35lb plough anchor with chain Kedge anchor Stack pack type mainsail cover in blue, 2013 Sprayhood in blue, 2013 Cockpit dodgers with boat name, 2017 Stainless steel boarding ladder Seven fenders and seven mooring warps Outboard motor stowage bracket on aft rail. Tiller extension
Radar reflector Deck light Lifebuoy x 2 Danbuoy Manual bilge pump Escape hatch from aft cabin to cockpit Harness eye in cockpit Fire blanket Plastimo 4 man canister liferaft with Solas B pack, needs a service Jackstays Emergency tiller
Built by Marine Projects (Plymouth) Ltd in 1998 to a design by Bill Dixon. White GRP hull with style stripes and alloy toe rails. White GRP coachroof with moulded non slip decks. Aft self draining cockpit . Sugar scoop type transom. Cast iron fin keel. Tiller steering to skeg hung rudder. Self draining gas locker. Teak laid cockpit seats (not original). Fold down transom. She has been in her present ownership since 2012 and has been sailed locally on the East Coast. Yard number 3124, so probably one of the last S31's to have been built.
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