MOODY 39 – YEAR 1983

MOODY 39 


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MOODY 38 – YEAR 1989

– Name: Milonga
– Flag: Spanish
– Shipyard: Moody Yachts, Marine Projects Limited UK
– Design: Angus Primrose
– Certificate: CE
– Material: Fiberglass
– Total length: 11.76 m
– Hull length: m
– Length at waterline: 9.93 m
– Beam: 4,11 m
– Draught: 1.82 m
– Ballast: 3.000 Kg Alloy
– Displacement: 8.200 Kg
– Cabins: 3
– Berths: 4 individuals + 1 double
– Toilets: 2
– Water capacity: 367 L
– Engine manufacturer: SOLÉ DIESEL 75HP
– Fuel capacity: 227 L
– Mooring: Real Club Náutico de Valencia
– Price: 39.000,00€ VAT included

Equipment:

Documentation
Spanish registration. VAT and Spanish taxes paid. Certificate in Spain valid until 2024

Engine
SOLE DIESEL 75 CV 1996 with 2081 hours. Transmission by shaft. Bronze 3-bladed propeller. Hydraulic steering.
Cruising speed 2200 rpm 7 Knots
Maximum speed 3200 rpm 8 Knots
Annual revisions and change of anodes.

Construction
Hull in monolithic fibreglass. Sandwich deck. Bulkheads laminated to the hull. Laminated hull and deck joint. Iron keel.

Sails and rigging
Rigged in a sloop. SPARCRAFT 2006 mast. All standing rigging 2006. 2 deck spreaders. Dacron ELVSTRON 2016 standard mainsail with lazy bag and lazy Jack. Roller Genoa 140% Triradial ELVSTRON 2006. Roller furling genoa HARKEN MK III 2011. Primary winches LEWMAR ST. LEWMAR ST. mainsail winches
I 14.63 m J 4.52 m P 12.55 m E 4.23 m
S.A. Fore: 27,60 m2 S.A. Main: 51,06 m2

RAYMARINE Electronics
GPS Plotter/radar RAYTHEON RL70. Autopilot ST6000 2008. ST60 wind equipment. Multi ST 60. TV antenna. Radar 24 Mn. VHF + Dsc ICOM ICM 323G 2010.

Distribution
Central cockpit with dockhouse. Wide corridors at the bow. Aft owner’s cabin with ensuite bathroom. Double cabin in bow. Cabin in bow corridor to port with 2 bunks beads. U-shaped saloon on port side in front of chart table. Kitchen in aft corridor.

 Deck equipment
Hull and deck painted in AWL GRIPP 2010. Roof in FLEXI DECK 2012. Dockhouse in polyester 2010. Methacrylate deck 2011. LOFRANS electric windlass 1000W + 30 m chain 10mm. Bow ladder. Anchor DANFORTH INOX 2016. Bimini awning + laterals covers. Cockpit cushions. Folding cleats 2012

Interior comfort
2-burner cooker with FLAVEL oven Double stainless steel sink. Electric refrigerator. Freezer. Microwave oven. JABSCO toilet + waste water tank. Hot water tank.

Electricity
Electrical circuit 12v/220v. Battery charger VICTRON 30Ah 2009. 3 GEL 3 X 110Ah 2016 service batteries. Engine battery 1 x 110Ah 2015

Security
BFA life raft. MC MURDO radio beacon. Safety equipment for 4 pax.

Comments
Second  owner.
This boat crossed the Atlantic in 2003 on the TRANSARC, from the Canary Islands to Brazil. And returned on the northern route through the Azores that same year. Since then she has been sailing regularly in the coastal waters of Valencia.
After the crossing, the main engine was changed in Valencia in 2003. Change of mast and standing rigging 2006. Change of genoa 2009, and a long etc..
This is a sailing boat well known by all the members of the Real Club Náutico de Valencia, as the owner and his crew are a fun group of octogenarians, passionate about sailing, who meet every Thursday on board to sail and have lunch together.

Maintenance
This boat has been properly maintained, with annual antifouling paint services and engine overhaul. Constant improvements
2019 November’19 last engine Service and last antifouling

Description of Moody Yachts
The Moody 39 is a direct development of the very successful Moody 33. A light displacement boat with a very large beam to allow for stability and maximum accommodation. A roomy saloon is situated forward of the centre cockpit and houses a ‘U’ shaped settee which is convertible to a double berth, opposite is the chart table and galley and access to after cabin. The aft or owner’s cabin is accessible via a passage below decks from the saloon. It contains one large double berth, dressing table, wardrobe, stowage lockers, wc, and shower compartment. Passage way from saloon to aft cabin contains locker and wardrobe space plus access to the engine compartment. There is a guest cabin forward of the saloon to port, it features two berths one over the other, and a sliding door to the passage. Opposite there is a spacious wc/shower. The fo’c’s’le cabin two berths convertible to double.

The concept and design of Moody 39 centre cockpit fin keel model was completed by Angus Primrose in 1972 and tooling was completed in November of that year. This was first production yacht developed jointly between A.H. Moody & Son Ltd, Southampton and Marine Projects (Plymouth) Limited. It was an immediate success and models have appeared ever since. Power and Sail magazine, October 1974: ‘Planned as a comfortable family cruising yacht of light displacement and with a high performance under sail or power, the Moody 39 shows many of the characteristics to be found in the more trendy production yachts of today. Clean, smooth, sleek and with high freeboard, a carefully calculated layout below decks, a roomy central cockpit with two-berth cabin aft, a simple masthead sloop rig, and the fin keel and skeg rudder profile expected of fast yachts, the Moody 39 has all these and a good deal more besides’.

Disclaimer
La compañía ofrece los detalles de esta embarcación de buena fe, pero no puede garantizar la exactitud de esta información ni el estado de la embarcación. Tanto el precio de venta ofrecido, como el inventarío pueden cambiar sin previo aviso.

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information or warrant the condition of the vessel. The price of sale or the inventory can change without notice.

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