Moody 31 1985

PRICE £19,000

Bill Dixon design built in 1985 by Marine Projects, Plymouth.  The Moody 31 MKI is a popular cruising yacht with excellent accommodation for her length – Moody built over 300 MkI and MkII. The model compares well on accommodation with modern day cruising boats of around the same size. 

ELBA is the bilge keel version, perfect for exploring Poole Harbour or similar shallow areas but stable and capable for adventures further afield.  Much of her running rigging has just been replaced and hull and deck cleaned and polished ready for the season.

Please contact us for further information or to arrange a viewing – ELBA is afloat on a swinging mooring close to our office in Parkstone so please book a viewing in advance as we need to arrange transport to the mooring. 

Boat Make: Moody

Boat Model: 31

Boat Length: 9.37 m

Fuel Tank Capacity: 62 Liters

Water Tank Capacity: 130 Liters

Engine Power (hp):

Keel Type: Twin Keel

Hull Material: Fiberglass

  • LOA- 30'8" (9.37m)
  • LWL- 25'5" (7.75m)
  • BEAM- 10'5" (3.2m)
  • DRAFT- 3'8" (1.12m)
  • DISPL- 3,970kgs
  • BUILDER- Moody (Marine Projects, Plymouth)

Teak interior joinery
Blue upholstery (2017)
Curtains
Hanging lockers

Traditional layout below decks with forward cabin fitted out with two single berths in "V" configuration with infill to convert to double, with good storage below the bunks and hanging locker, with cave lockers above. The saloon has a centrally mounted table and seating to either side which can be converted to single bunks. Storage below and behind seating, with cave lockers above.

Galley and navigation table are at the aft end of the saloon area. Aft of the galley is a further double cabin, fitted out with a large double berth and again good storage for personal gear in lockers and cupboards. Aft of the chart table to port is the heads with WC, sink and wet locker.

Engine access is under the companionway stairs and also through the aft cabin.

Galley:

2 x burner cooker with oven and grill
Sink
Cool box
Saloon:
Table
Settees (port and starboard)
Chart table

Forecabin:

V Berth
Stowage

Aft Cabin:
Double berth
Engine Access

Heads:

Marine toilet
Sink

Engine:

Volvo D1 30, 30 hp diesel engine (2011)
Approximately 1070 hours running
Shaft drive
Cruising speed approximately 6 knots, under power
Folding propeller new 2018
Cutlass bearing and stern gland new 2018

Electrical:

12v system
3 x batteries (2 x domestic batteries 2017, engine start battery 2013)
Wind generator

Tankage:

Fuel capacity 62 litres in 1 x plastic tank
Fresh water capacity 130 litres

Water System:

Manual water system 

Garmin chart plotter
Simrad autopilot (2017)
Clipper log/ speed
Clipper wind indicator
Garmin GPS
Compas
Clipper Echo sounder
Standard horizon VHF radio at chart table with handheld cokpit set with AIS receiver at both locations
AIS transmitter

Anchoring and Mooring Equipment:

1 x anchor
60 metres chain
Boathook
Mooring warps

General Equipment:

Anchor locker
Cockpit lockers
Boarding ladder
Sprayhood
Cockpit cushions
Radio/ CD player
Clock
Barometer

Safety Equipment:

Liferaft (needs service)
Lifebuoys
Flares
Foghorn
Radar reflector
Jackstays
Manual bilge pump
Automatic bilge pump

Rigging:

Sloop rig
Standing rigging (2013)
Mainsail reefing
Spinaker pole
Lazy Jacks

Sails:

Crusader mainsail (2005)
Crusader Genoa (2005)
Spinnaker

Winches:

6 x winches

Parkstone Bay Yachts provides the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information set out in these particulars, and we do not warrant the condition of the vessel. The particulars are intended as a guide only and do not constitute a term of any contract. A prospective buyer is advised to check the particulars and specifications and where appropriate instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to fully inspect the vessel and/or to have a sea trial of the vessel. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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