The Moody 376 is an evolution of the Moody 37 design, the result is excellent all round performance and effortless sailing, Scheel keel, Furling mainsail, Rotostay furling Genoa (2011), Plastimo compass (1989), Speed/Log, Wind, Echo sounder, Furuno GP32 GPS (2010), Standard Horizon 300i Plotter/GPS (2010), Furuno 1623 Radar (2010), Standard Horizon 1500E VHF (2010) with RAM3 Control at the helm (2014), Autohelm, Simpson Lawrence electric windlass, Avon 4 man liferaft (last serviced 2012), Single lift Simpson davit, Boarding ladder, Sprayhood, Bimini, Passarelle, Sendai radio with 4 speakers (2013), Vetus bow thruster, 240v battery charger.
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Дополнительные спецификации, оборудование и информация:
Страна приписки: Испания
Киль: Плавниковый киль
Форма корпуса: Другое
Наибольшая длина (LOA): 37 футы 0 дюймы
Ширина: 12 футы 6 дюймы
Максимальная осадка: 4 футы 6 дюймы
Тип двигателя: Стационарный
Тип двигателя/топлива: Дизель
Тип привода: С прямым приводом
Число кают: 3
NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT Instruments replaced with new items 2017 (under manufacturers warranty) as follows:- 4 off Raymarine ST70 multi-function colour displays for wind direction/angle, depth, speed/log, water temp and GPS repeater in cockpit. Raymarine ST60 Retractable Thru Hull Depth Transducer D800/ P17 E26030 Raymarine ST60 Speed Temp Transducer P120/ST800 E26031 Raymarine ITC-5 Transducer Converter Raymarine Wind Mast Head Unit and mast cable ShipModul Miniplex multiplexer 3Wi-N2K for navigation instrument integration (with wifi link and computer usb lead to chart table) Raymarine Seatalkng backbone network from cockpit to chart table
NASA Clipper GPS Repeater (2015) Furuno GP32 GPS (2010) Standard Horizon 300i Plotter/GPS (2010) Standard Horizon 1500E VHF (2010) Standard Horizon RAM3 VHF Control station at helm (2014) Furuno 1623 Radar (2010) Autohelm Navigation Lights
GROUND TACKLE CQR anchor with 40m chain. Simpson Lawrence electric windlass.
SAFETY EQUIPMENT Avon 4 man liferaft (last serviced 2012) Lifesling Lifebuoy Danbuoy 2 channel pilot gas alarm Fire extinguishers x 3 (1 automatic in engine bay) Fire blanket Carbon monoxide detector.
GENERAL EQUIPMENT Granny bars Single lift arm Simpson davit Teak extending cockpit table Extra cockpit dining seat 6 cabin cushions Teak triple mug holder Boarding ladder Sprayhood (2012) Bimini (2012) Wheel cover (2012) Hatch covers (2012) Sun awning Fenders/warps Sendai radio with 4 speakers (2013) Ensign and staff 3 cockpit seat full cover cushions Passarelle (2014) Flat Panel TV (2012) Glomex TV Aerial (2012)
FORECABIN Two single berths are fitted in a V shape for which an infill is available for conversion into a double berth. Beneath the berths is stowage and cave lockers are fitted to the ships sides plus a hanging locker is provided to port. A large ventilated deck hatch is fitted to provide light and emergency access which also has a combined blind/flyscreen fitted to it. The forecabin is fitted out in teak with brass ceiling and bunk lights (new 2012) FORE TOILET COMPARTMENT Is to starboard aft of the forecabin and accessible from both the forecabin and the saloon. It is fully fitted out with marine w.c., washbasin, mirror, shaver point, shower with electric pump and hot and cold pressurised water system. SALOON Great attention has been given to providing a light, spacious airy saloon. An L shaped settee is fitted to starboard with a single settee berth opposite. The table is fitted centrally around the mast support pillar and opens out to the full width of the saloon providing plenty of dining space. Lockers are provided to the ships sides and behind the settee backs. Underneath the settees are water tanks and additional storage space. A hanging locker is provided close to the forecabin door. An opening hatch with a combined blind/flyscreen is fitted to provide light and ventilation in addition to the deck mounted ventilators. The saloon is fitted out in teak with teak and holly ply to the floor and has grey upholstery/curtains with brass ceiling, bunk lights and vents (new 2012). Flat Panel TV, Brass clock and Barometer. GALLEY The U shaped galley is to port, aft of the saloon and immediately adjacent to the companionway. It is fully fitted out with twin sinks, hot and cold pressurised water system, a refrigerated ice box, Plastimo Neptune gas cooker with oven, grill, stainless steel crash bar and restraint strap. The cooker has a foldover cover to extend the working surfaces which are all of easily cleaned laminate. Plenty of stowage is fitted to the ships sides and beneath work areas for food, crockery, pans etc. AFT CABIN PASSAGEWAY Is to starboard and is fitted with a navigators berth. At the end of the berth, and adjacent to the companionway, is a chart table which has been fitted with a teak seat. A host of navigation equipment and a control panel is provided at this station. The floor is of teak and holly ply. AFT CABIN Is very comfortably fitted with a fore and aft double berth to port, an L shaped settee to starboard and a dressing table with mirror forward. A large hanging locker is also fitted to starboard. Plenty of stowage is provided as is an opening deck hatch, fitted with a combined blind/flyscreen, for light and ventilation. Brass ceiling, bunk lights and clock (new 2012) To port is a completely self contained toilet compartment fitted out in easily cleaned laminate and equipped with marine w.c, shaver point, basin with hot and cold pressurised water, mirror and an electric sump. The w.c. can be emptied both to sea or to the 60ltr holding tank by means of a diverter valve mounted on the w.c. compartment bulkhead.
Eberspacher hot air heating to all 3 cabins as well as a 350w 230v electric background fan heater fitted in the saloon.
SLOOP RIG Kemp alloy spars Kemp Inmast furling mainsail system Rotostay furling forestay system (2011) Stainless steel standing rigging (replaced in March 2005) Spinnaker pole
WINCHES 2 x Lewmar Genoa #46, 2 speed, self tailing 2 x Lewmar #16 Halyards 3 x Lewmar #8 (One self tailing and one fitted with Barton Wincher (self tailing adapter)
SAILS Paul Newell furling mainsail (2010) Paul Newell Genoa (2010) Spinnaker
Thornycroft T98 47hp diesel engine 1989, 4 cylinder, sea water cooled via heat exchanger, last serviced August 2015 Hurth gearbox Shaft drive with Tides Marine shaft seal (2015) 2 bladed prop Spurs rope cutter Vetus bow thruster
ELECTRICS 4x 12v 130AH batteries (2015) Charging by both engine alternator (70A), fitted with Sterling Pro-Reg B regulator, & Sterling mains battery charger. Sterling Power Management panel at chart table 240v Supply to 11 outlet sockets through 2 trip consumer unit with RCD. Extension cable for connection to 240v shore supply. Sterling Galvanic Isolator
TANKAGE 1 x steel fuel tank 204ltrs (45 gal) 2 x fibre glass water tanks - total 250ltrs (55 gal) 1 x holding tank fitted for aft heads - 60ltr (13 gal)
WATER SYSTEM: Pressurised hot & cold water system Water heated by calorifier
MOODY 376 CENTRE COCKPIT SCHEEL KEEL CRUISING YACHT BUILT IN 1989 Spacious centre cockpit cruiser designed by Bill Dixon and built by Marine Projects in Plymouth Part 1 British Registration
CONSTRUCTION: GRP white hull, decks and superstructure Teak cockpit (new 2011) Scheel keel Wheel Steering