Moody 36CC

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For sale - A beautifully kept and upgraded 1997 example of this sought-after robust centre cockpit design with in-mast reefing and shoal keel. A sturdy cruising yacht which is powered by a 39 HP Volvo diesel. There is comfortable accommodation for seven people in three separate cabins plus saloon which includes the spacious aft cabin with walk-around double berth. The boat is generously equipped for ease of cruising with many safety features and is regularly sailed with only two crew. The comprehensive spec includes chartplotter, autopilot, Raymarine wind and tridata instruments, radar, Navtex, graphic display, battery monitor, VHF/DSC with extension station, very useful bow thruster, electric windlass, vertically battened Maxi Roach in-mast furling mainsail and furling headsail for enhanced power with all controls brought back to cockpit, fishing line cutter, four-outlet Eberspacher heating, heads with opposite-end access doors, cradle-mounted 6-person liferaft, etc! There was a new plastic holding tank in 2013 and new keel bolts and new rudder seals in 2012. Regularly serviced and maintained, all records available from new. Ashore in Port Hamble and available to view 7 days a week at short notice.

Location: Port Hamble Marina near Southampton
Listing office: Port Hamble

£79,950 (Tax Paid)

Boat Details

Make: Moody
Model: 36CC
Year: 1997
LOA: 36ft/11m
Class: Sailing Cruiser
Hull: Glass Reinforced Plastic
Keel: Fin Keel
Rig: Sloop
Engine: Single Diesel
Layout: Centre Cockpit
Berths: 7
Cabins: 3
Aft Cabins: 1
Ancasta Ref: 31065
Vessel Name: Coralie of Hythe
MOODY 36 CC BUILT IN 1997
Centre cockpit cruiser designed by Bill Dixon (1990’s version) and built by Marine Projects in Plymouth
HIN number GBMPPG6038F797
Launched in 1997

CONSTRUCTION
GRP white hull with blue coloured details and all-round teak gunnels
GRP white decks and superstructure with silver grey coloured details
Teak-laid cockpit seats, cockpit sole and boarding platform
Teak grab rails on coachroof
Stock-hung rudder
Iron shoal keel
Wheel steering - stainless steel, leather covered
Two large lazarene lockers at the stern
Fixed sprayhood
Cuprotect coppercoat antifouling treatment to hull in 2007
Keel bolts replaced 2012
Rudder lip seals replaced 2012

L.O.A. 11.2m (36’ 9”)
L.W.L 10.7m (35’ 1”)
BEAM 3.7m (12’ 2”)
DRAFT 1.45m (4’ 9”)
DISPLACEMENT 8180kg (approx.)

All figures approxmiate
DECK-STEPPED MASTHEAD SLOOP
Standing rigging in 1/19 stainless steel (replaced 2009)
Selden mast with in-mast furling mainsail
Harken headsail furling gear
Single spreader rig with two flag halyards
Spinnacker boom stowed vertically against mast
Spinnacker halyards
Lewmar mainsheet mainsheet/track and car immediately behind helm
Lewmar genoa sheet tracks and car
Rod kicker
Halyards, furling, reefing and control lines led to cockpit through Spinlock clutches

WINCHES (in cockpit)
2 x Lewmar ST44 two-speed self-tailing genoa winches
1 x Lewmar ST16 two-speed self-tailing halyard winch
1 x Lewmar ST16 two-speed self-tailing mainsail furling winch
1 x Lewmar ST16 two-speed genoa furling winch

WINCH (on mast)
1 x Lewmar 16 supporting mainsail furling winch on mast

SAILS
Maxi Roach vertically fully-battened mainsail (new 2005)
(Mainsail traveller/mainsheet immediately behind the helm)
Maxi Roach vertically fully-battened genoa (new 2005)
Cruising shute (hardly used)
Sails serviced and valeted alternate seasons
SLEEPS SEVEN IN THREE CABINS AND SALOON
Master cabin aft with large island double berth, storage lockers and shelves, hanging locker and ensuite door access to:-
The heads compartment, located to port, has two-way access doors - from the aft cabin and from the saloon. They are equipped with hand washbasin, shower and Jabsco sea toilet which evacuates either directly to sea or into the waste holding tank. The shower is drained with an electric pump which also drains the bilges.
Heads compartment to port with Jabsco seatoilet, shower, handbasin and storage lockers and shelves
Side cabin to starboard with pilot berth
Forward cabin with double V berth with infill, storage lockers and hanging locker
Occasional starboard-side single settee berth in saloon
Occasional port-side single settee berth in saloon

SALOON
Settees to port & starboard, with storage compartments behind and under, and storage shelves and lockers above each settee.
Double drop-leaf centre table with integral storage
Forward-facing chart table to port, with lifting desktop chart storage and 12v white/red lens snake light above
Bulkhead-mounted SEWILLS brass barometer and digital clock

GALLEY (to starboard)
Plastimo 2000 gimballed gas cooker with two burners, oven and grill,
supplied from twin butane gas cylinders in dedicated deck-accessed locker
Separate 240v microwave oven
Twin stainless steel sinks with hot&cold pressurised tap, plus Whale manual cold tap
12v VECO top-opening fridge with freezer compartment
Ample storage cupboards above, below and behind galley station

FURNISHING
High quality cherry wood finish throughout
Teak & holly effect cabin soleboards
Copious storage lockers, cupboards and wardrobes throughout, including wet hanging cupboard
Beige upholstery in saloon, marine blue in cabins (all new in 2013)
Curtains and blinds throughout (all new in 2013)

HEATING
Eberspacher marine air heating with five outlets - in saloon, heads, the wet locker, fore and aft cabins – with thermostat/control at the nav station

COCKPIT
Double leaf, teak folding centre table (removable)
Two large lazarene storage lockers on the port and starboard quarters,
Hot and cold water shower on boarding platform
Deep transom-mounted stainless steel boarding ladder
Winch handle pockets and small storage bag
Ensign holder
Outboard motor storage bracket
STAZO cabin lock on companionway hatch
VOLVO PENTA MD2040 39HP DIESEL ENGINE/SAILDRIVE
With wide double access doors in both heads and pilot berth cabin
Whitlock Morse SL3 engine control at the helm, with adjacent control panel
Engine compartment fitted with automatic fire suppression
Bruntons three-bladed bronze alloy Autoprop (new 2006) with fishing line cutter
Saildrive bellows replaced 2011
Cruising speed: 5.5kts
Maximum speed: 7kts
Serviced annually. Last service November 2016

12v MAX POWER 7hp double-propeller bow thruster with dedicated 110Ahr battery controlled from buttons at the helm

ELECTRICS
Two 110Ahr service batteries
One 110Ahr engine start battery
One 110Ahr bow thruster battery
240v shorepower with cable
240/12v Sterling Marine Power battery charger
12v Engine alternator (new 2015)
Marinco 240v EasyLock shore power connector with cable
240v outlet sockets – in galley, saloon and in each cabin
Comprehensive 240/12v control panel mounted at the chart table
12v recessed lighting throughout cabins and saloon and engine compartment

TANKAGE
One 220 litre fuel tank
Twin 320 litre (total) fresh water tanks
One 65 litre TekTanks plastic waste holding tank (new 2013)

WATER SYSTEM
Hot & cold pressurized water supply to sinks, handbasin, shower and boarding platform shower, plus additional Whale manual pump cold water supply to sink
Water heated by 240v immersion heater and engine-fed calorifier
NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT
Plastimo compass
Hawk YHK wind vane and VHF antenna at mast head
Raymarine i50 Tridata (new 2013)
Raymarine i60 Wind + Windex (all new 2013)
Raytheon Autohelm ST5000 Plus SailPilot
Standard Horizon CP300i Multifunction Chart Plotter (new 2008) with MAX C-MAP NT Cartridge (new 2013) for Atlantic European Coasts and integral AIS receiver
(all the above instruments are mounted on the steering wheel binnacle console)

Raymarine ST60+ Graphic Display
Clipper Battery Monitor BM-1 Display (new 2008)
Raytheon R10XX Radar, 7” screen with scanner mounted on mast at cross trees
Garmin GPS 120XL
Furuno Navtex Receiver/Display NX-300 (new 2008)
Standard Horizon Quest-X GX1500E VHF/DSC radio, with extension station at the helm (new 2008)
Additional Simrad RS8300 VHF radio with switched internal or external speakers
(all the above instruments are mounted above the chart table at the nav station)

Gyro Compass in cupboard in aft cabin
Navigation Lights on bow and stern
Tri-colour Lights at mast head
Steaming and Deck Flood lights on the mast below the radar scanner

GROUND TACKLE
20kg Bruce anchor with 40m chain
Two-way Simpson Lawrence Horizon Express electric windlass (new motor 2015) with remote control from anchor locker and cockpit

GENERAL EQUIPMENT
Kenwood KDC FM/AM radio/CD stereo player with two speakers in saloon
COVERS (all in navy blue canvas)
Sprayhood with stainless steel grabrail with fixed Perspex screen (new 2006)
Zipped helm pedestal/wheel cover
Full cockpit tent for complete protection of cockpit when in port on fold-down stainless steel frame with detachable transparent window panels at sides and stern
Six fenders, four warps

SAFETY EQUIPMENT
Fixed manual bilge pump in the cockpit
Electric bilge pump operated from the heads and from the nav station control board
Separate, ventilated twin gas cylinders storage compartment – deck access
Fire blanket above pilot berth, Slim Pack 1.1m x 1.1m
Stainless steel pushpit, pulpit and stanchion guard wires with stern gate and port and starboard midship gates
Twin webbing lazyjack lifelines, port and starboard
Fishing line cutter on prop (Vendor note: "The fishing line cutter guides the line through a gap where it is cut by a metal disc. But it cannot cut a rope. However, when the throttle is returned to neutral the blades adopt a collapsed position which helps to shake off a rope")
Radar reflector (Echomax)
Dan buoy and horseshoe lifebuoy mounted on pushpit
XM 6-man casket liferaft mounted in cradle on pushpit
We are delighted to be exclusively listing 'Coralie of Hythe' having sold a boat for her conscientious, careful owner before.
Solidly and beautifully designed by Bill Dixon. Spacious centre cockpit providing security and good visibility for the crew with mainsheet traveller mounted on aft cabin coachroof right behind the helm. Aft cabin equipped with double “state” berth with all-round access. Fitted with comprehensive navigation equipment, radar, and many extras including very useful bow thruster for ease of marina manoeuvring and electric anchor winch with new motor. Fully-battened Maxi Roach sails give enhanced power. Tastefully reupholstered throughout. Only two owners. All records from new available. A yacht to take you anywhere in comfort with a real feel-good factor.