1983 Moody 41 Lift Keel
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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Conyer, Kent, United Kingdom
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- £ 43,000 Tax Paid (US$ 60,798)
This Moody 41 is a rare bird - one of only six boats built with the lift keel option. The Moody 41 is a superb offshore cruiser, and the lift keel makes her capable of both blue water and inland waterway cruising - a sought-after combination. Her three cabin layout is ideal for family cruising, and a fairly new and modern Volvo D2-55 engine is a big plus. She features a huge spec for serious cruising, and really is a heck of a lot of boat for the money.
Please contact at 0044 (0)2382 120000
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 41 ft 0 in
Beam: 12 ft 11 in
Minimum Draft: 4 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 7 ft 7 in
Displacement: 14000 kgs
Total Power: 55 HP
Engine Brand: Volvo Penta
Year Built: 2003
Engine Model: D2-55
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 970
Propeller: Folding propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 55 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (150 Liters)
Fuel Tanks: (310 Liters)
Holding Tanks: (40 Liters)
Designed by Bill Dixon and built by Marine Projects of Plymouth
White GRP construction with red/blue styling stripe
Awlgrip epoxy below waterline – renewed 2013
Grey moulded non slip deck.
Stainless steel aft gantry
Wheel steering with skeg hung rudder.
Lifting keel hydraulically operated from a new 12 volt hydraulic pump, with manual back up
Upgraded hydraulic pump and electric motor for modified lifting keel, hoses replaced
Lifting keel replaced with stainless steel ballasted with lead.
Copper grounding plate
Skin fittings and seacocks replaced
Windows resealed 2012
Rudder tube and skeg strengthened (Moody recall)
Fuel tank cleaned 2013
Cutlass bearing replaced 2013
Three owners from new, the current owner has been in ownership for the last 27 years.
Mechanical and Electricals
4 cylinder Volvo Penta D2-55 55hp inboard diesel engine, fitted in 2003 including new gearbox, exhaust, flexible coupling
1150 hours approx
Replaced and upgraded exhaust outlet, hose and silencer, overhauled with upgraded pressure plate and flat belt pullies (2013)
Engine room reinsulated & lined with stainless steel sheet and halogen downlights
Second alternator providing direct charging to domestic batteries
Shaft drive to Gori 3 blade folding propeller with Spurs rope cutter
Approximate cruising speed of 7 knots
Studer Combi 50 amp battery charger with 1500 pure sign wave inverter and inbuilt solar panel regulator.
Secondary battery charger 20 amp as backup
5 Squadron AGM 140amp hour batteries in 2 service banks.
1 100amp hour engine start battery with change over switch
240 volt electrical tube heaters located in saloon and aft cabin
Marinco stainless steel shore power socket.
240 volt ring main with power socket outlets in all cabins.
Additional 12v fluorescent light in aft passageway.
Red 12 volt interior night lights in saloon
10 litre calorifier plumbed into original hot water service with gas Paloma water heater retained as back up.
Stainless steel fuel tank 68 gallon capacity – fully cleaned 2013
VDO fuel gauge
Stainless steel holding tank, 25 litres, unconnected
VDO water tank gauge
Eight berths in four cabins.
Pressurised hot & cold water system.
Upholstery finished in red, curtains and carpeted throughout,
Heating via an Eberspacher D4 unit, and electric heater
3 large drawers fitted to stern cabin passageway – converted locker
Removable tray to centre console of saloon table
Infill boards and cushions to convert saloon settee to U shaped for 8 places.
Teak and Holly finished plywood floor to saloon and passageways
Additional teak hand rail fixed to saloon head
Partial replacement of saloon upholstery (seating)
Infill cushion and base to forecabin berth
Lee clothes fitted to side cabin bunk berths
2 Single berths in a 'V' formation convert to a double.
Forward heads situated to starboard with a marine WC & shower
Forward guest cabin to port opposite fwd heads.
2 single berths against the ships sides and a hanging locker and dressing table.
Saloon features an 'L' shaped settee to port with saloon table to hand.
Settee berth to starboard.
Navigator’s area to starboard with Chart table and fixed navigators seat.
Raised navigators seat (recovered) with hydraulic keel pump below
Extended drawers at side of navigation station
Passing aft from the nav station via a passage one reaches the aft stateroom with en-suite heads and shower.Athwartships double berth and dressing table with separate seat.
The galley is aft of the saloon, sited to port opposite the Nav station.
Plastimo 3000 3 burner, grill and oven in stainless steel surround
Additional under counter locker (formerly used by original fridge compressor)
Original fridge converted to cold box with upgraded insulation
New fridge box positioned between cooker and sink – top access, compressor located behind cooker.
Manual fresh water pump to galley sink in addition to pumped taps
Upgraded Sureflow electric freshwater pump
Additional teak storage shelves mounted on bulkhead.
Teak and laminate sink covers.
Dedicated cooker gas valve
Alternative companionway hatch cover with integrated fly screens.
240 volt light and power fittings throughout with fuse box in cockpit locker.
bulkhead mounted speakers in saloon
Oceanair blinds with flyscreens to all deck hatches
Under berth lockers in forecabin and saloon have been fitted with removable intermediate floors.
Flexible shower handsets – water saving feature
240 volt twin tube washing machine located within aft heads
Sloop rigged anodised aluminium deck stepped mast (1983 Proctor).
Aluminium boom (2012 by Spar Craft).
Stainless steel standing rigging (2014).
Mainsail reefing, slab with stackpack - new stackpack 2014
Furling headsail by SCRR with twin track luff extrusion
Chainplates replaced with longer and fixed to reinforced bulkhead
Split backstay with fittings for stern ladder and dinghy hoists
Full height mast steps
Reinforced forestay fitting.
Removable inner forestay
Spinnaker track, rope adjustable pole mount & halyard
Deck stowed spinnaker pole
Flag halyards at masthead and crosstrees.
Upgraded forward deck and steaming light unit
Additional deck lights to crosstrees
4 x Sheet winches (Lewmar self tailing)
3 x Halyard winches (Lewmar)
1 x Other winches (Lewmar)
1 x Electric winch suitable for rope or chain
Lucas Genoa x 1 ( good)
Tri-radial cut genoa with foam luff (fair)
Lucas main (slab reefing) (unused)
East Coat sails hank on staysail (very good)
East Coast Sails hank on storm jib (unused)
Cruisng shute with snuffer (good)
Raymarine RL70 combined radar and plotter, 4 kw radome,
Raymarine autopilot 7001+ with remote and heavy duty ram.
VDO wind instruments and log,
Echopilot Forward Looking Sounder on professional transducer with optional log.
Nasa Radiotelex Weatherman receiver.
Seafarer Echo sounder 601 (backup)
Garmin 152 GPS
Seavoice VHF with handset, heavy duty antenna cable and comrod aerial at masthead, switchable to stern mounted aerial with shakespear transmission tester built in.
Extended steering pedestal guardrail with hand holds
Eye level steering pod housing Echopilot FLS (gold) with log
Bespoke pedestal instrument pod with recessed steering compass
De Lux engine panel located at wheel (gauges + alarms) with 12 volt sockets
autopilot remote control located in cave locker in cockpit combing
External VHF speaker
Pedestal mounted fixed shelf attached to folding cockpit table
Winch & bilge pump handle holders mounted at pedestal base
Solid teak cockpit seating and cockpit sole
Heavy duty hinges to cockpit locker lid
2 cave lockers in cockpit combing with provision for player and speakers
Full sized PVC covered cockpit cushions.
Infill panels to convert cockpit seating to full width sleeping berths
Grab rail attached to sprayhood frame - new sprayhood required
Rigid frame supporting bimini cover - new canvas required
Lewmar deck hatch serving aft heads compartment
Coach roof extended in grp with 2 top opening and lockable rope lockers
Bruce 20kg anchor
80m calibrated galvanised10mm chain
Chain stopper and guide roller
Lofrans Cobra electric windlass 1000 watt with hand control
Windlass bracket replaced in stainless steel(2010)
170m 10mm rope on rotating drum within anchor well
Lockable stainless steel anchor well hatch
Bow platform integrated with extended pulpit
Drop anchor roller fairlead
Lewmar anchorman windlass 800 watt rope/chain gypsy in cockpit – stern anchor
Stern anchor fairlead with rollers + Danfoss anchor and chain
Sail Cover – Blue
Sprayhood Cover – Grey
Swim ladder – Removable, stainless steel
Many mooring warps
Hella stainless steel bow navigation light
Hella Tricolor with anchor light at masthead
Hella stainless steel stern light
Lewmar Ocean portlights fitted to transom in aft cabin.
Pair large fairleads with integral rollers mounted at transom quarters
Additional large cleats with fairlead for stern anchor warp/chain on aft deck quarters
Shower handset with hot and cold supply within flush mounted housing
GRP scoop extension (3 feet) with platform and locker with teak decking
Stainless steel rail supporting folding passerelle and swim ladder
Stern gantry with rotating crane, navigation light, vhf (secondary)aerial, gps & weatherman aerials
Ampair 100 wind generator (convertible to water generator)
Weaver Davit attachments on scoop platform for solid dinghy
Stainless steel drum with 120m 8mm rope and 20m 8mm chain
4 x Fire Extinguishers
2 x Fire blankets
Plastimo 6 man liferaft in canister within stern rail mounted cradle
Electric heavy duty bilge pump with auto switch
Additional manual bilge pump – Whale Gusher diaphragm pump in saloon.
Whale mk3 bilge pump in cockpit.
Seacock bypass to divert engine raw water pump from sea to bilge.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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