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This website offers the details of vessels and services on this site in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessels. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires to be validated. Vessels advertised here are offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Price €69,500.00
Posted by Crosshaven Boatyard on 03-11-2021
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Description

This center cockpit 1989 Moody 376 was fitted with a new shaft driven Nanni 38HP (450 hours) diesel engine in 2014. Her standing rigging has just been replaced (August 2021). Her inventory includes on-mast furling mainsail, furling genoa, electric windlass, two cabins, two heads, colour chart-plotter, radar, AIS, sprayhood with solid windscreen and more. She is Registered in Cork and is an an excellent example of this popular model and is for sale because it's owner of twenty years is reluctantly retiring from sailing.

Builder: Marine Projects (Plymouth) Limited
Designer: Bill Dixon
Flag of Registry: Ireland
Keel: Fin
Hull Shape: Displacement

Dimensions
LOA: 11.53 m
Beam: 3.81 m
LWL: 9.52 m
Maximum Draft: 1.68 m
Displacement: 7373 kgs
Ballast: 2950 kgs

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: 2 x Plastic (125 Liters)
Fuel Tanks: Stainless steel (204 Liters)

Rig
  • Bermudan Sloop
  • Mast checked and serviced in 2021
  • 2021 Standing rigging
  • On-mast furling Mainsail in good condition
  • Furling Headsail in good condition
  • Furling systems serviced in 2021
  • Cruising Spinnaker with snuffer
  • Rod Kicker

Deck Equipment
  • The Moody 376 is an evolution of the Moody 37, identical except for the addition of a bathing/boarding platform. Twin opening transom ports also give extra light and ventilation to the aft cabin.
  • Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit, stanchions and guardrails
  • Electric Windlass
  • CQR Anchor
  • Calibrated chain
  • Spare anchor with some chain and warp
  • Mooring lines and fenders
  • Granny Bars (at the mast)
  • Teak grabrails
  • Self tailing sheet winches
  • Cockpit Table
  • Sprayhood with windscreen
  • Transom mounted boarding/swim ladder
  • Davits
  • 2003 (approx.) dinghy with slatted floor 
  • Teak cockpit seats and cockpit sole

Navigation Equipment
  • 2015 Raymarine radar scanner
  • Radar Reflector
  • Located in the cockpit
  • Compass 
  • Clipper Log
  • Stowe Nav Sounder
  • Navman 3100s Wind Speed/Angle
  • Raymarine 6002 Smart Pilot
  • VHF speaker
  • 2 x Stereo speakers
  • Located at the chart table
  • Raymarine E90 Colour chartplotter/radar which can also be plugged into the cockpit under the sprayhood.
  • 2015 AIS Transceiver
  • Raytheon RC425 Colour Chartplotter
  • Icom IC-M323G DSC VHF
  • Sony Radio/CD player with speakers in the saloon and the aft cabin (switchable)
  • EPIRB

Accommodation
  • Forecabin; 2 single berths that can convert into a double berth, opening deck hatch, hanging and storage lockers.
  • Forward toilet compartment is to starboard and aft of the forecabin with access from the forward cabin as well as from the saloon, WC, wash hand basin, shower, hot and cold pressurised water.
  • Saloon; L shaped settee to starboard with a single settee berth opposite. The table is fitted centrally around the mast support pillar and opens out to the full width of the saloon. Opening deck hatch and numerous storage lockers.
  • Galley; U shaped galley is to port, aft of the saloon and immediately adjacent to the companionway, twin stainless steel sinks with hot water, refrigerated ice box, 2 x burner gas cooker with grill and oven.
  • The navigation area is to starboard opposite the galley with a large forward facing chart table.
  • The aft cabin passageway is to starboard and is fitted with a navigator's berth which also forms the seat for the chart table.
  • Owners aft cabin; double berth to port and an L shaped settee to starboard. A large hanging locker, opening deck hatch, two opening ports on the transom. Owner's en-suite to port comes complete with marine WC, wash hand basin, shower with hot and cold water.

Other
  • 3 x Blade "Bruntons Autoprop" self pitching propeller
  • Alternator booster
  • Shore-power with internal sockets
  • Battery Charger and inverter
  • 2018 Seago 4 x Person Liferaft in a canister, mounted on the pushpit (requires a service)
  • Fire Extinguishers (require servicing)
  • Fire blanket
  • 3 x October 2021 - 12v. batteries (engine and two service batteries) 
  • Broker's Comments

    "Wave Dancer of Cork" has been well maintained by her owner of twenty years and has the added advantage of a fresh engine and brand new standing rigging. Viewing is highly recommended.

Year of Manufacture

1989

Engine Make & Model

2014 Nanni N438

Engine Size (HP)

38

Engine Hours

450

Drive Type

Shaft Drive

Fuel Type

Diesel

Topside Colour

White

Deck Colour

White

Phone Number

+353862546123

Boat Location

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About Boats For Sale

Simple and easy to use this dedicated Irish and UK boats for sales site offers you an uncluttered and comprehensive selection of yachts, motorboats, dinghies, sportsboats, canoes and tenders for sale.

Select the category of boat you wish to browse and click away to find your next boat. If you're selling a boat, register and place your ad for as little as €10, adding your boat is easy and we welcome your feedback.

Disclaimer

This website offers the details of vessels and services on this site in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessels. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires to be validated. Vessels advertised here are offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.