This popular Moody 28 named Stella Polaris, was designed by Bill Dixon giving her a modern layout with a separate large double stern cabin. She is well equipped with new upgrades of equipment, which keeps her looking smart and comfortable. The Moody 28 gives a good turn of speed for her size and is easily sailed single handed for the short handed sailor. This is an excellent starter boat for a family wishing to experience sailing with comfortable layout and design and cheaper berthing as a bonus.
Large double berth in aft cabin.
Double V berth in forward cabin with infill.
Two single berths using saloon bench seating.
Saloon table with seating for six either side covered in attractive blue cloth material.
Separate heads compartment fitted with a Jabsco marine toilet, hand basin and storage area.Galley:
The galley is situated on the starboard side and is equipped with a Plastimo two burner cooker with oven and grill.
Also equipped with good storage, a stainless steel sink and cool box.
Inventory :Navigational Aids:
Tacktick Log/Speed/Wind/Depth (windex requires refitting)
Garmin GPS 152
Contest CompassGround Tackle:
CQR anchor with chain.Safety Equipment:
Uniden Solara VHF radio
Horseshoe lifebuoy and light
Manual bilge pump
Fire extinguisher x 2General Inventory:
Flat screen TV with Glomex aerial
Kenwood radio/CD player
Fenders and warps
Volvo Penta 2002 18hp diesel engine.
'P' bracket supported shaft drive to a fixed 3 bladed propellor with rope cutter.Construction:
This Moody 28 was designed by Bill Dixon and built by Marine Projects in 1985.
The hull and coachroof are constructed in GRP.
Fin keel with half skeg rudder.
Spars and Rigging:
Deck stepped mast fitted with new stack pack system.
New roller furling headsail system with new stainless steel standing rigging.
Silver anodised alloy mast and boom.Sails:
Slab reefing main.
12V system with 2 switched batteries.
240V shorepower system and shorepower cable.Tankage:
82 litre diesel tank.
100 litre fresh water tank.Water System:
Pressurised hot and cold water to galley and heads.
Water heated via engine and immerser from calorifier tank.
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