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Barmouth Gwynedd UK
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'Moody Woman', a Moody 27 Bilge Keel built in 1982. Popular Bill Dixon designed family cruising boat with a modern profile, relatively fast, and with a comfortable good quality interior. Fantastic, well renowned boat. Lying Barmouth.
The two cabin accommodation is fitted out in solid teak and teak faced plywood, on white GRP mouldings. The upholstery is Blue Dralon covered, with cream PVC deckhead and hull side linings
Descending the companionway the head is to port with Jabsco manual toilet, the galley to starboard with Flavel Vanessa cooker, aft of the galley is the broad quarter berth with opening port to the cockpit.
The saloon is large for a boat of this size the port settee has the ability to become a double berth - the starboard settee becoming a single berth.
The fore-cabin has double doors and can be 2 singles or with the infill- a double berth. Storage throughout is enormous - high level, behind berths and under the berths
35lb CQR Anchor with chain and warp
XM DSC VHF radio
Nasa Clipper Depth Sounder
Stowe Wind Speed and Direction
Garmin 128 GPS
Manual & Electric bilge pump
2 x Fire extinguishers
4 Man Liferaft (Canister)
Moody 27 built by Marine Projects (A.H. Moody & Son) in 1982.
Bilge keel - Cast Iron
GRP hull, deck and superstructure
Transom hung rudder
Beta B-20 20hp 3-cylinder diesel engine, shaft drive to a three-bladed bronze propeller.
Heat exchanger cooled with a wet exhaust water trap.
***Engine new in 2012***
12v DC system supplied by 2 x 12v Batteries4
Sterling Power battery charger - Connected to a 220v/240v AC supply when the vessel is laid up.
GRP fresh water tank.
Pumped system supplying galley sink and toilet compartment washbasin.
Sails & Rigging:
Aluminium deck stepped single spreader mast with stainless steel standing rigging. Rigging replaced 2012.
Polyester running rigging
|No. of engines:||1|
|Engine model:||Beta B-20|
|Length over all:||27'|
|Length at waterline:||21'|
|Hull material:||Glass Fibre|