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Moody 40 CC 40 CC

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Category:Sailing Boats
Manufacturer:Moody 40 CC
Model:40 CC
Mooring Country:United Kingdom
Currency:GBP
Year built:1979
Condition:U
Sale:Trade
Sales status:available
LOA:11.89 m/39 ft
Length:11.89 m/39 ft
Width:3.96 m/13 ft
Draft:1.52 m/5 ft
Category:fin keel
Engine manufacturer:british leyland thornycroft t1
No. of engines:1
HP:47
Fuel:Diesel
Material hull:grp
About


<strong>Remarks :</strong><br />The Moody 40 was built based on the 1976 Moody 39 designed by Angus Primrose. it has a larger aft cabin and a different cockpit layout, they were manufactured until 1981.<br /><br />1979 Moody 40 CC &#039;Lena Mary&#039; is one of only 56 made, she has a sloop rig, and a fin keel. The comfortable accommodation has a forecabin with 2 separate&amp;nbsp; berths that can be converted into a double, a guest cabin with 2 fixed single berths, one above the other, a dressing table, locker and hanging space. The aft cabin has a large double berth, dressing table and storage, the ensuite heads has been converted to a store room with the ability to reconvert if required. &amp;nbsp; There is a &amp;nbsp;forward head with a marine toilet, hot and cold water and a shower. The saloon has a &#039;U&#039; shaped dinette, with large storage lockers. The galley area is spacious and well laid out.<br /><br />Surveyed September 2010, issues raised and resolved, which included standing rigging replaced 2011, sails replaced 2010, batteries replaced 2014, gas cooker replaced 2011.<br /><br />&#039;Lena Mary&#039; is available to view now through Network Yacht Brokers Pwllheli Office, please call for further information or to arrange a viewing, we are open 7 days a week.<br /><br /><br /><br /><br />

<strong>Accommodation :</strong><br /><p><strong>Water systems</strong></p> <ul> <li>Pumped H &amp;amp; C water to Heads and Galley</li> <li>Water filter with separate tap to Galley</li> <li>10l&amp;nbsp; expansion vessel (accumulator) to HW feed.</li> <li>Dual coil 55L calorifier serviced by engine waste heat, Eberspacher Oil boiler or Immersion Heater. (2011)</li> </ul> <p><strong>Oven/Hob/Grill</strong></p> <ul> <li>Plastimo Neptune 5000 with 3 burners (2011)</li> <li>Panasonic Slimline Inverter Combi Micowave/Oven/Grill</li> </ul> <p><strong>Heating</strong></p> <ul> <li>Eberspacher Hydronic 10 oil fired 10kw Boiler servicing HW cylinder and radiators</li> <li>Radiators to Saloon, Forecabin, Mid cabin, Heads.</li> </ul> <p><strong>Domestic Lighting - </strong>All LED</p> <strong>Fridge/Freezer</strong> - Mobicool B40 DC/AC Hybrid toploading capacity 38 litres. Thermo Electric Mode (Battery) Cools down to 20 degrees C below ambient, installed 2013<br /> <p><br /><strong></strong></p> <p>Please note that the aft cabin en-suite has been converted for storage, but services are in place to restore to original if required.</p><br />

<strong>Inventory :</strong><br /><p><strong>Electronics and Communication</strong></p> <ul> <li>Standard Horizon GX2000 Matrix fixed <strong>VHF</strong> with AIS display (Nav Station) (2012)</li> <li>Standard Horizon RAM3 Remote Microphone (Binnacle) (2012)</li> <li>Standard Horizon HX851 Hand Portable VHF and charger (Nav Station)</li> <li>Digital Yacht AIT1000 Class B <strong>AIS</strong> Transponder (Nav Station) (2010)</li> <li>Vesper Marine <strong>AIS</strong> Watchmate 670 display (Binnacle) (2012)</li> <li>NASA PC <strong>Navtex</strong> Pro &amp;nbsp;(Nav Station)</li> <li>ShipModul MiniPlex &amp;ndash; USB NMEA Interface (Nav Station)</li> <li>Raymarine RL70C+ Pathfinder 7&amp;rdquo; <strong>Chartplotter</strong>/Radar/Data display Master &amp;nbsp;(Nav Station)</li> <li>Raymarine RL80C Pathfinder 12&amp;rdquo; Chartplotter/Radar/Data display Repeater (Cockpit)</li> <li>Seasafe E100G <strong>EPIRB</strong> &amp;nbsp;with GPS.&amp;nbsp; (2012)&amp;nbsp; Battery replacement date June 2017.</li> </ul> <p><strong>Autopilot</strong></p> <ul> <li>Raymarine ST6002 Smartpilot Control Head (Binnacle) (2011)</li> <li>Raymarine SPX-30 Smartpilot Course Computer (Aft cabin) (2011)</li> </ul> <p><strong>Battery and Power Systems</strong></p> <ul> <li>1 off 12V 90AH Engine Start Battery (2014)<strong></strong></li> <li>4 off 12V 90AH Domestic Batteries (2014)<strong></strong></li> <li>Automatic Battery parallel switch <strong></strong></li> <li>2 off Battery management monitors<strong></strong></li> <li>0-10A quadrant meter for Solar Cells<strong></strong></li> <li>0-30A quadrant meter for Wind Turbine<strong></strong></li> <li>High Capacity (60A) 3-stage shore power charger (2013)<strong></strong></li> <li>4 kVA fan cooled single phase isolation transformer for shore power (Cockpit locker) (2012)<strong></strong></li> <li>90A engine driven Alternator with 3-stage regulator<strong></strong></li> <li>Deck mounted <strong>Solar</strong> Panels (80W UK midday sun)<strong></strong></li> <li>AirX Marine 400 Watt <strong>Wind Turbine</strong> with upgraded carbon fibre blades</li> </ul> <p><strong>Water systems</strong></p> <ul> <li>Pumped H &amp;amp; C water to Heads and Galley</li> <li>Water filter with separate tap to Galley</li> <li>10l&amp;nbsp; expansion vessel (accumulator) to HW feed</li> <li>Dual coil 55L calorifier serviced by engine waste heat, Eberspacher Oil boiler or Immersion Heater (2011)</li> </ul> <p><strong>Instrumentation</strong></p> <ul> <li>Raymarine ST60+ Wind</li> <li>Raymarine ST60+ Depth (2011)</li> <li>Raymarine ST60+ Speed (2011)</li> <li>GPS</li> </ul> <p><strong>Fire Protection</strong></p> <ul> <li>Automatic FE36 Engine room extinguisher (2012)</li> <li>2 kG CO2 saloon extinguisher (2012)</li> <li>Cooker blanket</li> </ul> <p><strong>Liferaft</strong></p> <ul> <li>6 person Lazilas RORC inflatable liferaft with RTORC Survival Pack.&amp;nbsp; Last serviced January 2012.&amp;nbsp; Next service due 31/1/2015.</li> </ul> <p><strong>Propellor &amp;amp; Rope Cutter</strong></p> <ul> <li>BT Marine 17&amp;rdquo; x 12&amp;rdquo; 3 blade RH DAR propeller (2011)</li> <li>Ambassador Marine &amp;lsquo;Stripper&amp;rsquo; Rope Cutter (2011)</li> </ul> <p><strong>Miscellaneous</strong></p> <ul> <li>Topclimber Mast access equipment</li> <li>Navigation Lighting LED except Steaming Light and Mast-top Anchor Light</li> <li>2 off Libero Escape Hatches replaced (2010)</li> <li>Lofrans Cayman Powered Windlass with 50 metres 8mm Chain and 50 metres Anchorplait Nylon Warp</li> <li>Anchors - 1 x CQR, 1 x Kobra, 1x Bruce plus one other</li> </ul> <p><strong><br /></strong></p> <p>&amp;nbsp;</p><br />

<strong>Mechanical :</strong><br /><p>Engine serviced April 2014</p> <p><strong>Sails</strong></p> <ul> <li>Crusader Sails Asymmetric with Sock/Squeezer (2012)</li> <li>Ultimate Sails Custom Full length Top Batten Dacron 360 Mainsail 33.6 sqM (2010)</li> <li>Ultimate Sails Custom 150% Dacron 380 Furling Genoa with Foam Luff (2010)</li> <li>Hank on Storm Jib (unused)</li> <li>Boom Vang with Control Gear and Integrated Gas Strut to support Boom and Main</li> </ul> <p><strong>Standing Rigging</strong></p> <ul> <li>1/19 SS 8mm (Shrouds, Backstay and Forestay), 7mm (Babystay) replaced 2011.<strong></strong></li> </ul><br />

Specifications
Model40 CCWaterline length32 feet
Network Yacht Brokers Pwllheli
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