Ancasta International Boat Sales
Hampshire, SO31 1ZL
Ancasta International Boat Sales
Hampshire, SO31 1ZL
A former giant of the British sailboat building industry, the Moody name has been synonymous with quality yachts for many generations. In the very early 1970s the family run yard engaged Angus Primrose to design a 33ft comfortable cruising yacht, which would be built by Marine projects, builder of Princess motor yachts. The new boat was a resounding success and spawned a growing range of craft with sizes spanning from 27-64ft, that followed the same premise of offering a quality, solid and comfortable cruiser. From the early 1980s onwards, the range was designed by Bill Dixon, with the boats generally becoming larger, more luxurious and faster. However by the 2000s volumes were falling and in 2007 the company was sold to Hanse Group, which commissioned Dixon to design a range of three bang up-to-the-minute deck saloon yachts from 45 to 62 feet, plus more traditionally styled 41ft and 45ft sloops.
Moody 66 centre cockpit blue water cruising yacht with Shoal keel, blue hull & teak deck is the last Moody 66 built and one of the last Moody built in UK. Commissioned here at Swanwick Marina, Southampton and then sailed and based in the Mediterranean . Very high specification which includes: E120 colour radarplotter at the chart area, 2nd station E80 in pod at steering pedestal. ST6001 autopilot. Onan 13.5 kw 50 hertz generator, Cruisair air conditioning 48,000 BTU with 3 control zones. Cooney series 7 S225 24v electric stainless davits. Passarelle. Vaccuflush wc. KVH G6 Tracvision satellite TV system and many more. Moody 66 is a fantastic cruising yacht.
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Moody 66 centre cockpit blue water cruising yacht with Shoal keel and blue hull bult in 2006
Designed by Bill Dixon and built by VT Halmatic, Portsmouth, England.
Length overall (Including pulpit) 20.043m 65 9
Length waterline 16.55m 54 3
Beam 5.33m 17 6
Shoal keel 1.98m 6 6
Air drafe excluding masthead equipment 26.80m
Displacement (light) 28.8 Tonnes 63,360lb
Displacement (full tanks) 31.40 Tonnes 69,080lb
Shoal 10.65 Tonnes 23430 lbs
NAVIGATION AIDS: Hand held remote control for autopilot. ICS NAV 6 Plus Navtex system complete with NMEA bridge and 24-12 volt converter interfaced to standard navigation equipment. Raymarine Ray 240E dual station VHF system. Comprising one station at chart table and one in cockpit. Extension cable. Hawk whipflex aerial 24-12 volt converter. R and R Pacific DSC antenna for GSM. VHF. AMFM. TV and SSB receiver i.l.s. Glomax TV antenna. KVH G6 Tracvision satellite TV system (excludes supply of TV). Includes Tracvision G6 sky digibox cabling for antenna 24-12 volt converter, mounting pole at transom, adaptor for antenna. Wind, speed and direction. Separate speed and depth in lieu of standard tridata.Autopilot with built in rate gyro, Lewmar Mamba Drive, ST6001 control at helm and full function hand held control mounted on the side of the steering binnacle. E120 colour radarplotter at the chart area with 4KW raydome and GPS tranducer, chart software not included.Second station E80 radar in pod at steering pedestal.
Radar conduit to mast. GENERAL EQUIPMENT: Cruisair air conditioning 48,000 BTU with 3 control zones: 12,000 BTU in forward cabin areas incorporating forward toilet and passage cabin and two 12000 BTU units in main saloon with SMX controllers.Central Heating: Eberspacher D16W Hydronic water based heating system complete with matrix heat exchangers, fan assisted in each cabin. Combintion washerdryer, mounted to forward centre line of skippers cabin. Four place setting dishwasher mounted immediately forward of galley. Icemaker. Tricolour and all round white light to masthead i.l.s. Second automatic bilge pump capacity 3500 litres. Automatic bilge pump to main bilge. DECK EQUIPMENT: Bimini cover over cockpit with stainless steel hoops, window over centerline with cover flap.Transom stiffening for Davits. Remote switch for windlass mounted on steering pedestal.Transom shower, hot and cold supply. Hide covers to both steering wheels. Teak cockpit table. Cooney series 7 S225 24v electric stainless davits including light bracket and ensign staff. Passarelle. Salt water deck wash to foredeck. Remote control for hydraulic bathing platform.Vaccuflush toilets, electricity operated freshwater to owners, primary guest and day head. Toilets to discharge to holding tank, skippers (manual seawater) toilet fitted with a Y valve to allow direct overboard discharge. 2 x Double sprung mattress (fore and aft stateroom).
European 220v240v sockets. Shore support system 220240v
Onan 13.5 kw 50 hertz generator (1500rpm), (17 kw 60 hertz 1800 rpm) complete with separate battery for sharing, control panel, engine exhaustwater trap. Mounted on metal trestle within the engine space.
24 volt cooling unit to cockpit table drinks storage. 24 volt waterproof socket to cockpit. 24 volt socket in chart space.
Fresh water 1365L 300 IMP gal 360 US gal
Fuel 2000L 440 IMP gal 528 US gal
Holding 250L 55 IMP gal 66 US gal
Holding tank to have electric macerator manual overboard and dockside discharge. Fit hand operated fresh water pump to galley. Salt water pump to galley.
Spectra Newport 700 12v water maker with Z brane allowing the system to be self cleaning without the need to pickle the unit with chemicals when not in use.
Cutter Rig by Selden with in mast furling mainsail
Furlex furling yankee to forestay and furlex furling self tacking staysail to inner forestay
White painted mast, boom and vang
White painted spinnaker pole.
Rig to have diamond jumpers in addition to running backstays
Cockpit lights mounted in underside of boom, switched from steering binnacle
Twin spreader lights in addition to mast mounted standard deck light
Dyform low stretch stainless steel wire standing rigging, in place of standard 1x19
Cruising chute including halliard, spectra sheet, tack and blocks, tack line led aft to coachroof winch
Padded luff to Yankee
The rig configuration is a cutter rigged masthead arrangement with white painted aluminium spars. The rig geometry utilizes triple aft swept spreaders with cap shrouds, upper and lower intermediates, aft lower shrouds, forestay, inner forestay and backstay. Running rigging comprises mainsail, yankee and staysail halliards terminating on Antal halliard adjuster tracks on the mast, with one interchangeable tail led back to the cockpit.Mainsail clew outhaul and self-tacking staysail sheet, which runs through the mast, are led aft to cockpit. Mast is keel stepped, the heel fitting landing on a stainless steel shoe bridging across two hardwood
Mainsail is in mast furling and configured with fulllength vertical battens to improve mainsail shape and control and give the ability to support a
mainsail roach, a clew block is fitted and the clew UV protected. Yankee and Staysail: Manufactured polyester sailcloth, with leech and foot lines, tell tails, UV strip in white acrylic and sail bag.
Sail area (100% FT) 166.86m2 1,794 sq ft
I 24.00m 78 8
J 7.50m 24 7
P 21.50m 70 6
E 7.15m 23 5
SALOON : Large C shaped settee to port side with storage space beneath. Extending leaf dining table with decorative veneer tabletop with removable stainless steel fiddles. 2 Directors chairs provide additional seating to starboard side of the table. Built in 2-seater sofa to starboard side with drawer space beneath.
OWNERS STATEROOM: Large centreline double berth with deep drawer beneath. Twin curved seats flowing away from the berth with curved fronted lockers above. Generous hanging space to both port and starboard. ENSUITE TO OWNERS CABIN: the compartment comprises a separate shower stall complete with hinging door. Wash hand basin with mirror and locker space behind. Vacuflush electric freshwater toilet. There are also two removable engine room access panels.
GALLEY: Large U-shaped galley one step down from the saloon area. Twin galley sinks integrated into the Avonite galley worktop. Large stainless steel front opening refrigerator with two doors, one to the main refrigerator area with a second door to the chilled wine bottle rack. Stainless steel top opening freezer. Refrigerator and freezer cooled by separate DC powered, water cooled compressors. Gimballed cooker with oven.
PRIMARY GUEST CABIN: Situated forward of the saloon to the port side. Large offset double deck hatch together with topside port light give light and ventilation. ENSUITE TOILET: Private to the primary guest cabin, the compartment includes a separate shower stall complete with hanging door. Wash hand basin with mirror and locker space. Vacuflush electric fresh water toilet. Opening hatch gives light and ventilation.
DAY TOILET: Situated forward of the saloon on the starboard side. The compartment includes a separate shower stall complete with hinging door. Wash hand basin with mirror and locker space. Vacuflush electric freshwater toilet. Opening hatch gives light and ventilation.
SECONDARY GUEST CABIN : Situated forward of the saloon to starboard. Twin single berths with storage space beneath the lower berth. Hanging locker forward and tallboy chest of drawers, inset into the bulkheads on the inboard side with mirror above. Opening hatch together with topside portlight give light and ventilation.
SKIPPERS CABIN: 2 single berths, port and starboard. Storage lockers Washerdrier fitted in this area.
|Moody 66 centre cockpit blue water cruising yacht with Shoal keel, blue hull & teak deck is the last Moody 66 built and one of the last Moodys built in UK. Commissioned here at Swanwick Marina, Southampton and then sailed and based in the Mediterranean. Moody 66 is a fantastic cruising yacht.|