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Well maintained and upgraded
|Manufacturer / model||Moody 376 - UNDER OFFER|
|New or used||Used|
|Tax / VAT status||Paid / included|
|Price comment||Well maintained and upgraded|
|Length overall||11.53 m|
|Length waterline||9.53 m|
Moody 376 For Sale
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The Bill Dixon designed centre cockpit Moody 376 has a powerful hull and gives excellent all round sailing performance.
Accommodation is very good indeed with a particularly large owners cabin with double berth, settee seating area and an en-suite heads. The saloon is huge with a large dinning area and the galley is secure and very workable at sea. The forward cabin also features an en-suite head and an additional berth can be found in the aft cabin passageway.
Well built, the 376 continues to be in demand and makes a great family cruiser or is ideal for extended live aboard voyaging.
This sought after scheel keel example has had just two owners from new, and has been in her present UK ownership for over twenty years.
She has been cruised in the Mediterranean and wintered ashore with a comprehensive maintenance programme.
Based in Croatia and set up for med cruising her full details are in the specification section but highlights include:
New saloon teak/holly floor in 2005.
New cabin carpets and curtains in 2008.
New 10 mm thick solid teak replacement cockpit seats and floor in 2007.
New Kemp "Performance Cruise" premium sails in 2002.
Frederiksen ball bearing “Batten Car System' for main sail.
New Rocna anchor 2013.
Raymarine Radar and Chart Plotters (Hybrid Touch Cockpit Plotter new 2015)
Bimini and Sprayhood
Stainless Steel stern davits.
Lodestar Ultralight 250 4-man inflatable, with inflatable floor, (new 2015)
Suzuki 2.5HP four-stroke outboard (new in 2016). Little used.
SpecificationBOAT NAME: Avocet
MAKE & MODEL: Moody 376
HULL MATERIAL: GRP
LENGTH OVER ALL: 11.53m
LENGTH OVER WATERLINE: 9.53m
KEEL TYPE: Scheel
FUEL TANKAGE: 200 litres
WATER TANKAGE: 250 litres
ENGINE MODEL: Thorneycroft T80D
ENGINE HP: 35
ENGINE HOURS: Not recorded, but estimated 1200 hrs.
SAIL DRIVE OR SHAFT DRIVE: Shaft
DATE LAST ENGINE SERVICE: October 2017
AGE OF STANDING RIGGING: Original
DATE LAST ANTIFOULED: April 2017 (Scheduled for April 2018)
NUMBER OF SEPARATE SLEEPING CABINS: 3
DOES SALOON CONVERT TO A DOUBLE OR SINGLE BERTH: one single, one double
TOTAL NUMBER OF BERTHS: 7
NUMBER OF HEADS: 2
Forward heads compartment complete with shower, shower curtain, & electric pumped discharge, wash hand basin, hot & cold water. Toilet bowl connected via three way Y-valve to polypropylene holding tank with Wema level gauge & deck fittings for pump-out and rinse, plus electric macerator pump for offshore discharge to sea. New Jabsco heads pump fitted 2015, macerator overhauled 2010. Piping routinely descaled annually.
Aft Ensuite heads compartment with wash hand basin and WC connected via three way Y-valve to second polypropylene holding tank with Wema level gauge & deck fittings for pump-out and rinse, plus electric macerator pump (replaced 2015) for offshore discharge to sea. New Jabsco heads pump fitted 2016. Piping routinely descaled annually.
GALLEY AND GALLEY EQUIPMENT:
L-shaped galley with gimballed cooker, hob, & grill. Top-access air-cooled refrigerator with freezer compartment, insulated locker and food storage lockers. Double SS sink with pumped hot & cold water to mixer tap. Second manual fresh water pump. Two Gaz cylinders in port side deck locker fitted with solenoid activated shut-off valve with interior switch in galley. Aluminium refillable gas bottles purchased 2009 and now in use. (Original Gaz bottles in storage).
New in 2002. Kemp Sails “Performance Cruise Premium” fully battened main (five battens & three slab reefs) and furling headsail (new UV strip 2012); Frederiksen ball bearing “Batten Car System series 050” luff cars (a.k.a. Ronstan Series 19); lazy jacks with Kemp Sails “Packaway” cover system.
Cruising Chute and orange storm sail (tested but never used).
RIGGING AND SPARS:
Original Kemp (Selden) spars/10mm Stainless Steel standing rigging with Selden rod kicker (gas strut) and Rotostay II headsail gear (Rebuilt 2012). Removable second forestay, with Wichard tensioner & deck plates, for storm sail. Telescopic bearing-out pole. Rig surveyed and tuned 2017 by local specialist.
WINCHES AND DECK EQUIPMENT:
Seven Lewmar winches (all overhauled 2017).
GROUND TACKLE AND WINDLASS:
20Kg “Rocna” anchor (new 2013) with SS swivel connected to 60m of 8mm chain. “Horizon” electric, reversible anchor windlass with deck foot controls and cockpit repeater controls (2002). Danforth kedge anchor with 5m chain and 45m “Anchorlina” webbing warp on drum attached to pushpit.
PROP/ ROPE CUTTER:
Twin fixed blade prop (original); rope cutters fitted from new.
Two 120 amp-hour domestic batteries (new 2014) linked to both a Sterling “smart” charger and to two after-deck mounted Siemens Sunware solar panels. “Battman” battery management system. Separate engine cranking battery. Full suite of navigation lights, deck light, steaming light, LED anchor light, tri-colour at masthead.
Three independent GPS navigators (MLR 412 dGPS & two Raymarine).
Raymarine Radar & Plotter (Pathfinder “Plus” RL70C, C-Map charts), all NMEA linked.
Separate Raymarine c7 cockpit plotter with built in GPS (2015).
Lokata Navtex, GPS repeater in cockpit, log, depth & wind cockpit displays.
NASA “Weatherman” weather forecast receiver.
Autohelm 4000 wheel pilot driving “Constellation” ss cable drive to rudder.
Emergency tiller on board.
Sailor DSC VHF with cockpit ext. speaker.
ENTERTAINMENT/TV/CD AND RADIO:
JVC VHF/MW/LW Radio CD Player
Four life jackets, EPIRB, Lifebelt, four harnesses, flare pack.
General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as life rafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.
DINGHY AND OUTBOARD:
New in 2015. Lodestar Ultralight 250 4-man inflatable, with inflatable floor, mounted on SS stern davits. Suzuki 2.5HP four-stroke outboard (new in 2016). Little used.
Thornycroft T80D 4 cylinder normally aspirated fresh-water cooled diesel engine with Hurth HBW 100-2R gearbox (renewed 2011) and Volvo cable controls. Seawater heat exchanger with “Speedseal” cover to seawater pump. Calorifier provides hot water to two heads and galley. Extra Racor primary fuel filter/water separator. Separate independent cranking battery with emergency parallel switch to domestics; “Sterling” four stage smart charger. Second starting position in engine room. All fuel has been treated with biocide since 1996. Excellent access to engine room from both sides.
Eberspacher ducted warm air heating to all cabins, thermostatic control. (Tested annually but rarely used since 2000).
New saloon teak/holly floor 2005.
New cabin carpets and curtains 2008.
All six cabin portlights removed and re-sealed 2016.
Tailor-made, waterproof, loose cockpit cushions; new 10 mm thick solid teak replacement cockpit seats and floor 2007; teak folding cockpit table and mug holder; Bimini (2003) by Arun Sails; new spray hood made in Croatia 2006 with new windows fitted 2015; new boom tent 2007; winter tonneau cover for cockpit (2017); electric automatic bilge pump, manual bilge pump (operated from cockpit). Admiralty charts and Pilot books for the western Med from the Algarve to Adriatic. All below waterline seacocks replaced and externally serviced annually with silicone paste. Bilges & keelboats epoxy painted 2002, 2010, & 2016. Ridgeback “Compact” folding aluminium bicycle (8.5 kg weight). Additional lighting in saloon and forepeak. Numerous mooring warps and 10 fenders. All hatches fitted with covers when in port. Bathing ladder from scooped transom and cockpit/aft deck shower. Demountable access step for use when alongside pontoon. Collapsible telescopic SS ladder for access when laid up ashore. Iroko boarding plank and mounting kit for bows-to berthing (also doubles as a fender board when required). Two additional spring cleats fitted to toe rail. Set of international code flags. Acrylic canvas covers for hatches, outboard, and steering wheel/binnacle. Dehumidifier (new for winter 2001, rarely used) with humidistat, automatic defrost, and drain to galley sink. Strengthened Perspex sliding hatch with washboard padlock; new tinted Perspex washboard 2007. Comprehensive tool kit and spare parts inventory. Crockery, cutlery & glasses. Complete set of Ship’s Papers, including original VAT invoice, HMRC and EU certificates, Radio License, Moody owner’s manual, Thornycroft owner’s manual and parts catalogue, manuals for all electronics, etc.
I purchased “Avocet” from her first owner in October 1996. Prior to that time I understand the she was cruised lightly in the English Channel with occasional cruises to Holland and France. We did similar for three seasons and then took her with Rally Portugal to Lagos on the Algarve in June 2000, wintering ashore in Vilamoura, Portugal.
2001 - cruised via Gibraltar to the Spanish Costa Blanca, wintering afloat in Campello near Alicante.
2002 - cruised the Balearics wintering ashore in Mahon, Menorca.
2003 - cruised to the Costa Brava, and the French Provence coast, wintering in Port Napoleon (near Marseille).
2004 - cruised the French and Italian Rivieras, incl. Cruising Association “Rallye d’Azur” wintering ashore in the River Tiber, Rome.
2005 - cruised W coast of Italy, Sicily, and Adriatic coast of Italy arriving Croatia August 2005. Wintered ashore in Croatia (Marina Dalmacija).
2006 - cruised Dalmatian islands, remained in Croatia for a second winter ashore.
2007 - cruised Croatian coast to Istria & back to Marina Dalmacija. Wintered ashore there.
2008 – remained in Croatia, berthed at Marina Dalmacija near Zadar (served by frequent flights from Stansted by Ryanair. The marina is only 5 Km from the airport).
2009 to present – remains in Croatia based at Marina Dalmacija, nr. Zadar; always ashore in the winter.
“Avocet” has never been sailed in bad weather. We have much preferred to bide our time and await good winds. Maintenance has always been a priority so, as a consequence, she is in remarkably good order and fully equipped for comfortable, safe, Mediterranean cruising. Her rig and equipment allow for a couple to sail her with ease. We are now retiring from sailing after 40+ years.
THE VESSEL IS LYING: Marina Dalmacija, Sukosan, Zadar, CROATIA
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