|Tax Status:||Tax Paid|
Sutton Harbour, Plymouth Devon UK|
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Moody Eclipse 33 - 1989
A well maintained and equipped example of the popular Moody Eclipse 33 which offers excellent roomy accommodation with rather better sailing performance than would be expected from a higher volume deck saloon yacht.
This example has, from new, been fitted with the integral 'Reefin' Kemp furling mast and is a fin-keeled example.
"Moonshadow" has been in the current ownership for over 12 years, and has been carefully maintained and improved, including all new standing rigging fitted in 2019, new Raymarine Touch Screen Plotter/Radar fitted in 2014, new sails in 2014/15 and a new 37.5hp Beta diesel fitted in 2007.
Located here in Plymouth on a pontoon berth, early viewing is highly recommended.
|Vessel type:||Sailing Yacht|
|No. of engines:||1|
|Engine model:||Beta Marine BV1505|
|Drive type:||Shaft drive|
|Length over all:||32' 6"|
|Length at waterline:||28'|
|Maximum draft:||4' 9"|
|Hull material:||Glass Fibre|
|Keel type:||Fin Keel|
|Fuel capacity:||163 Litres|
|Water capacity:||360 Litres|
Below decks, she offers a surprising amount of comfortable living space with up to Six berths in two double cabins + the saloon which can provide a double berth if required.
The raised saloon & seating gives you a fantastic all-round view of the anchorage as well as providing enough seating for dining or cosy drinks. The large window area also makes the entire saloon, galley and navigation areas bright and cheery, whatever the weather outside
Attractive Teak finished interior joinery, with teak and holly cabin flooring, and blue
Fore Cabin: Large forward cabin with a "V" shaped double berth, Hanging locker to port and dual hanging/shelved locker to starboard with additional locker and drawers under. Closed cave lockers on each side above the vee berth. Opening deck hatch with roller blind. Mirror on aft bulkhead. En-Suite access door to heads compartment
Heads Compartment: Roomy Port side heads compartment with two doors from Galley lobby and forward cabin. Manual Jabsco sea toilet, wash basin and shower area, Hot & Cold pressurised water supply and retractable shower head, shower discharge pump. Storage compartments and wet locker, overhead opening ventilation hatch with roller blind.
Galley area: to starboard with a stainless steel one & half bowl sink unit, hot and cold pressurised water supply, Plastimo Neptune 2500 twin burner gas cooker with oven and grill, Vitrifrigo C90 90 litre 12v/240v front opening fridge (New in 2016). Ample drawers and storage lockers. Overhead ventilation hatch.
Main Saloon: Raised deck saloon with an "U" shaped settee to port with extendable saloon table (this table can lower to form a double berth in this area if required). Starboard side helm position with dedicated seat, small chart table with internal chart storage and adjacent drawers/lockers. Pioneer radio/MP3 Player (New in 2019) Two overhead opening hatches for good cross flow ventilation. Considerable storage space under and behind saloon seating.
Aft cabin: with a double berth, small vanity unit with H&C water supply, shelved or hanging locker and cave lockers along hull side. Two opening port lights for good cross flow ventilation. Convenient Access hatch to engine space for easy maintenance.
Large cockpit with a central helm steering pedestal. Large and deep storage locker to port and a further smaller locker. Separate gas bottle storage for 2 bottles. Open storage area under aft seat.
GRP hull, deck and superstructure,
Constructed by Marine Projects, Plymouth in 1989
Fin keel (1.45m/4ft 9ins)
Dual helm positions with wheel steering and engine controls
Synthetic Flexi Teak to cockpit sole and seat bases (New in 2008)
Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit and guardwires
Twin Bow roller
35lb CQR Anchor and 58 Meters of 8mm chain
Simpson Lawrence Manual Anchor Windlass
10kg Delta Anchor
10 kg Brittany Anchor and warp
Various warps and fenders
Wind screen wiper
Sprayhood, Dodgers (Named), Wheel cover and Windscreen Cover (All 2007)
Removable Stainless Steel Dinghy Davits (New in 2009)
Excel SD260 inflatable dinghy (2014)
Removable Dinghy Wheels
3.5hp Tohatsu outboard engine
At Internal helm:
Raymarine E95 Hybrid Touch Chart Plotter/ Radar/AIS Display (New in 2014)
Simrad IS20 Combi Log/Speed/Depth Display (2007)
Simrad IS20 Wind Speed/Direction Display (2007)
Raymarine AIS650 Class B AIS transceiver
At External helm:
Simrad IS12 Mega Depth Display (2007)
Simrad IS12 Mega Speed Display (2007)
Simrad IS2 Wind Speed/Direction Display (2007)
Raymarine 6002 Autopilot Control (2007)
Simrad RS82 VHF Handset mount (2007)
Simrad VHF speaker
A Beta Marine BV1505 4 cylinder 37.5hp diesel engine fitted new in 2007.
Conventional stainless steel shaft drive to a three-bladed propeller
A rope cutter is fitted.
Tachometer/Hour meter was replaced in 2015 with 565 hours run since - Total running hours logged from new are therefore 2051 and with full engine service records
Four 12V DC lead acid batteries in total:
1 off 110 A/hr, dedicated engine cranking battery (new in May 2018).
2 off 95 A/hr general domestic and services batteries (Aug 2018).
1 off 120 A/hr battery dedicated to driving the refrigerator (April 2019).
• 240v Shore power support connection with cable.
• Shore powered battery charger
• Galvanic Isolator fitted (2015)
Fuel - 1 X 163 Litre plastic fuel tank (TekTank - New in 2007)
Water - 2 X 180 Litre Aluminium water tanks (Total 360Ltr)
Fuel Tank gauge at interior helm position
Kemp 'Furlin' aluminium double spreader mast and boom
Stainless steel standing rigging - New Standing Rigging Fitted 2019
Kemp Rod Kicker
Furlex headsail furling system
Furling in-mast mainsail
2 x Lewmar ST40 Genoa sheet winches
2 x Lewmar 6 secondary winches
1 x Lewmar ST16 halyard/Main furling winch on coachroof
1 x Lewmar 6 Mainsheet winch on coachroof
1 x Lewmar halyard winch on mast
Most control lines lead aft to the cockpit.
Furling Mainsail Maxx Vektron (Crusader 2014)
Furling Genoa 135% (Crusader 2015)
Asymmetric Cruising Chute (Jeckells - Very little used)
Seago 4 Man Offshore Liferaft (Service due Feb 2020)
McMurdo Personal Locator Beacon (PLB)
Electronic Distress Flare
Emergency Grab Bag
Danbuoy with horseshoe lifebuoy
Pilot Mini Gas sensor/alarm
Echomax Mast mounted radar reflector
Manual bilge pump
General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as Liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.
Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.